Final: UCF 34, Auburn 27 - Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl !!!

UCF, Cincinnati, UConn, ECU, Houston, Memphis, South Florida, SMU, Temple, Tulsa
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UCF making the AAC proud, with 5:56 to go in the 4th quarter Knights 34, Auburn Tigers 20!!! :fastclap:
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Mon Jan 01, 2018 3:35 pm

Final UCF wins!
Be interesting to see where they finish in the polls.
It’s too bad for them that they are losing Scott Frost. Reminds me a lot of our 1998 season.
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Final: UCF 34, Aubrun 27. Congrats Knights and a big thank you from Wave fans and the AAC!!!
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Mon Jan 01, 2018 6:31 pm

Congrats to UCF who, unfortunately, were not invited to the “By Invitation Only“ little tournament. You deserve even better!
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tpstulane wrote:Final UCF wins!
Be interesting to see where they finish in the polls.
It’s too bad for them that they are losing Scott Frost. Reminds me a lot of our 1998 season.
Except they made a good hire.
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Glad they won it. We need to get that spot every year and win it.
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UGa vs. Alabama in the MNC game. One team beat BOTH. UCF beat the team that beat both. Congrats to the Golden Knights, who have as much a claim to the MYTHICAL National Championship as any team in the country. And who gives a crap whether or not they even have a law school?
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DfromCT wrote:UGa vs. Alabama in the MNC game. One team beat BOTH. UCF beat the team that beat both. Congrats to the Golden Knights, who have as much a claim to the MYTHICAL National Championship as any team in the country. And who gives a crap whether or not they even have a law school?
Tulane's law school had a 91.07% pass rate for the July 2017 bar exam, tops in Louisiana and one of the highest bar pass rates in the country! :D :thumbup: :P
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Wave755 wrote:
DfromCT wrote:UGa vs. Alabama in the MNC game. One team beat BOTH. UCF beat the team that beat both. Congrats to the Golden Knights, who have as much a claim to the MYTHICAL National Championship as any team in the country. And who gives a crap whether or not they even have a law school?
Tulane's law school had a 91.07% pass rate for the July 2017 bar exam, tops in Louisiana and one of the highest bar pass rates in the country! :D :thumbup: :P
That got us how many votes in the polls? That put how many points on the board? More importantly, how many recruits really give a crap? The answer to all three is ZERO!
" For every alum, no matter where they are...I want a football coach that's going to make Saturday something you anticipate and look forward to." --Troy Dannen

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DfromCT wrote:
Wave755 wrote:
DfromCT wrote:UGa vs. Alabama in the MNC game. One team beat BOTH. UCF beat the team that beat both. Congrats to the Golden Knights, who have as much a claim to the MYTHICAL National Championship as any team in the country. And who gives a crap whether or not they even have a law school?
Tulane's law school had a 91.07% pass rate for the July 2017 bar exam, tops in Louisiana and one of the highest bar pass rates in the country! :D :thumbup: :P
That got us how many votes in the polls? That put how many points on the board? More importantly, how many recruits really give a crap? The answer to all three is ZERO!
Actually, some of our recruits care about Tulane's academic excellence and chose Tulane in part for that reason, rather than perhaps instead accepting an offer from an academic tier 2 directional state university. UCF, as an AAC member, should be proud of our recruiting class which out ranks theirs for 2018. :)
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Wave755 wrote:
DfromCT wrote:
Wave755 wrote:
DfromCT wrote:UGa vs. Alabama in the MNC game. One team beat BOTH. UCF beat the team that beat both. Congrats to the Golden Knights, who have as much a claim to the MYTHICAL National Championship as any team in the country. And who gives a crap whether or not they even have a law school?
Tulane's law school had a 91.07% pass rate for the July 2017 bar exam, tops in Louisiana and one of the highest bar pass rates in the country! :D :thumbup: :P
That got us how many votes in the polls? That put how many points on the board? More importantly, how many recruits really give a crap? The answer to all three is ZERO!
Actually, some of our recruits care about Tulane's academic excellence and chose Tulane in part for that reason, rather than perhaps instead accepting an offer from an academic tier 2 directional state university. UCF, as an AAC member, should be proud of our recruiting class which out ranks theirs for 2018. :)
Gee, UCF had so much time for their new coach to recruit, we should be proud that our class outranks theirs. They've had more success in their comparatively short time playing D1 football than Tulane has had in our lifetimes. But that bar passing rate sure keeps fans in the seats and the national media's attention. And you forget that UCF has quite a few academic programs that are better than (or not offered at) Tulane. Suck on that.

And guess what? Despite our nice recruiting class, which almost puts us in the top half of D1, UCF football will be ranked higher again in 2018 than Tulane. I wish that weren't the case, but that's just the facts. And their undefeated 2017 season was considerably better than our 1998 season, as fondly as we all remember it.

But Tulane Law School (which represents about 5% of Tulane) has a nice rate of passing the bar. Buy me a King Cake and lets celebrate that, because King Cake is about all it's worth to 99.999999% of sports fans.
" For every alum, no matter where they are...I want a football coach that's going to make Saturday something you anticipate and look forward to." --Troy Dannen

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DfromCT wrote:
Wave755 wrote:
DfromCT wrote:
Wave755 wrote:
DfromCT wrote:UGa vs. Alabama in the MNC game. One team beat BOTH. UCF beat the team that beat both. Congrats to the Golden Knights, who have as much a claim to the MYTHICAL National Championship as any team in the country. And who gives a crap whether or not they even have a law school?
Tulane's law school had a 91.07% pass rate for the July 2017 bar exam, tops in Louisiana and one of the highest bar pass rates in the country! :D :thumbup: :P
That got us how many votes in the polls? That put how many points on the board? More importantly, how many recruits really give a crap? The answer to all three is ZERO!
Actually, some of our recruits care about Tulane's academic excellence and chose Tulane in part for that reason, rather than perhaps instead accepting an offer from an academic tier 2 directional state university. UCF, as an AAC member, should be proud of our recruiting class which out ranks theirs for 2018. :)
Gee, UCF had so much time for their new coach to recruit, we should be proud that our class outranks theirs. They've had more success in their comparatively short time playing D1 football than Tulane has had in our lifetimes. But that bar passing rate sure keeps fans in the seats and the national media's attention. And you forget that UCF has quite a few academic programs that are better than (or not offered at) Tulane. Suck on that.

And guess what? Despite our nice recruiting class, which almost puts us in the top half of D1, UCF football will be ranked higher again in 2018 than Tulane. I wish that weren't the case, but that's just the facts. And their undefeated 2017 season was considerably better than our 1998 season, as fondly as we all remember it.

But Tulane Law School (which represents about 5% of Tulane) has a nice rate of passing the bar. Buy me a King Cake and lets celebrate that, because King Cake is about all it's worth to 99.999999% of sports fans.
A tier 2 southern directional state university is a tier 2 southern directional state university is a tier 2 southern directional state university is a tier 2 ..........
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Final was packed with too much fun. Don't forget to check MLS Standings for 2018 season.
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