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Coaches Pre-season Poll is out.

1 Clemson(59)
2 Alabama(6)
3 Georgia
4 Oklahoma
5 Ohio State
6 LSU
7 Michigan
8 Florida
9 Notre Dame
10 Texas
11 Texas A&M
12 Washington
13 Oregon
14 Penn State
15 Utah
16 Auburn
17 UCF
18 Wisconsin
19 Iowa
20 Michigan State
21 Washington State
22 Syracuse
23 Stanford
24 Iowa State
25 Northwestern

Others receiving votes: Nebraska 152, Boise State 118, Mississippi State 111, Miami 94, Army 91, Kentucky 79, Virginia Tech 64, TCU 63, USC 47, Fresno State 32, Utah State 32, Virginia 30, Cincinnati 25, West Virginia 24, Memphis 24, Oklahoma State 20, South Carolina 15, NC State 12, Duke 10, Boston College 5, Florida State 4, Baylor 4, Appalachian State 4, Houston 3, North Texas 3, Temple 2, Arizona State 2, UCLA 2, Minnesota 1, Ole Miss 1, Tennessee 1, Troy 1
 

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What game starts the season? Looking forward to college football.
Not looking forward to our first game. We have to play at Clempson, it ain't going to be pretty...

I may just go up to DragonCon that night and pretend the game isn't happening.

Seeing how ESPN pushed the game to the new ACC Network, which the local Cable system doesn't carry yet, won't be able to watch it anyway.
 

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AP Poll is out. Almost identical to the Coaches Poll, so we can be safe to assume none of the AP Voters actually researched anything and just copied what the Coaches said.

1 Clemson(52)
2 Alabama(10)
3 Georgia
4 Oklahoma
5 Ohio State
6 LSU
7 Michigan
8 Florida
9 Notre Dame
10 Texas
11 Oregon
12 Texas A&M
13 Washington
14 Utah
15 Penn State
16 Auburn
17 UCF
18 Michigan State
19 Wisconsin
20 Iowa
21 Iowa State
22 Syracuse
23 Washington State
24 Nebraska
25 Stanford

Others receiving votes: Missouri 117, Army 94, Mississippi State 87, Miami 70, Northwestern 63, TCU 57, Virginia 44, Boise State 38, Cincinnati 16, South Carolina 15, Virginia Tech 12, Fresno State 8, Utah State 8, Minnesota 7, Memphis 6, Appalachian State 5, West Virginia 3, Oklahoma State 3, UAB 3, Arizona State 3, Arizona 1, USC 1
 
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Always fun looking at the polls, I think top 5 are pretty much where they should be at. The team I follow-Michigan a bit high. They have to show me they can win the big games, we shall see how the season plays out

Anyways always fun for some talk and breakdown
 

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Miami's O line is poor ... so far ... and the freshman qb was well, a freshman ... running for his life most of the night.
I don't know if hes any better than any of the others they have.

Thier RB Dallas impressed me tremendously ... he also played QB.
Tate played sparingly, mostly as a decoy.

Florida's RB Peline (sp) looks real good.
Florida's D Line looks real good.

Neither team took care of the ball.
 

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Florida didn't look like a top 10 team IMO. And the Big 12 refs were as bad as I've seen allowing obvious holds, especially the first half. That first Miami touchdown run alone had 3 flagrant holds against Miami and none were called.
 

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Several games on tonight.

And the local cable company, Charter, made a deal with Disney and has added the ACC Network to their lineup. So using my father's login on the ESPN App (I pay his bill, so I don't feel guilty about doing that), I'll now be able to watch Clempson stomp us into the ground tonight.
 
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