Thursday, November 03, 2005

Columnists' Corner

Jeff Jacobs, Hartford Courant: OK, how bad was it? Connecticut's 45-13 loss to West Virginia had the Mountaineer mascot going to Wal-Mart at halftime to purchase more ammo for his musket.

Chuck Culpepper, Newsday: Throw out the records. Here are two key numbers every fan should know: .0157 and .0435.

Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times: Virginia Tech can take a step toward overtaking Texas in the BCS standings by blowing past Miami.

Pat Dooley, Gainesville Sun: Normally when Vanderbilt comes to the Swamp it is time to get re-acquainted with the family. No longer, Florida fans.

Jeff Shain, Miami Herald: It was the human touch that put USC on top of the BCS standings (registration).

Mike Kern, Philadelphia Daily News: Buried at the bottom is this gem: Oklahoma's three losses have come against teams (TCU, UCLA and Texas) that are a combined 24-1 (registration).

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