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Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Final Regular Season Ohio College Football Rankings by Ohio Sports Time

1. Ohio State – 12-0 (8-0 Big Ten) – #1 Ohio State heads into the BCS National Championship game where they will likely face #2 USC, if they can win @ UCLA on Saturday. If not then expect a rematch with Michigan.

2. Cincinnati 7-5 (4-3 Big East) – After their 2nd winning season in 3 years under Mike Dantonio, the Bearcats’ head coach has left to take the head job at Michigan State. UC is likely headed to the International Bowl to face Western Michigan on January 6th.

3. Ohio 9-3 (7-1 MAC) – The Bobcats accepted a bid to play in the GMAC Bowl on Tuesday marking their first bowl appearance since the 1968 Tangerine Bowl. Before the bowl preparations are made for the Bobcats, Ohio faces Central Michigan on Thursday night in the MAC Championship game at 7:30 pm on ESPN.

4. Kent State 6-6 (5-3 MAC)

5. Toledo 5-7 (3-5 MAC)

6. Akron 5-7 (3-5 MAC)

7. Miami 2-10 (2-6)

8. Bowling Green 4-8 (3-5 MAC)

4 Comments:

  • At 12/20/2006, Blogger John said…

    No YSU on the list?? Thats horrible, YSU is better then Kent akron toledo miami and bg

     
  • At 12/20/2006, Blogger Luke said…

    Division I-A, not I-AA. Sorry.

     
  • At 12/21/2006, Blogger John said…

    Its not I-AA is Division I Championship subdivision. So right there it tells me you have a lack of knowledge when it comes down to college football. If YSU has 4 straight years lined up against BCS bowl Bowl subdivision teams then you should put them up there. YSU is a Division I football program, with Division I recruits and players. YSU played on ESPN and ESPN2 3 times this season making them the 3rd most televised team in Ohio on ESPN and ESPN2. Un-real how you can have a college football poll of Ohio Divison I college football teams and leave YSU out of it, un-real

     
  • At 12/22/2006, Blogger John said…

    awkward time, week I. YSU played Penn State 3 games into the season, a week after they got embarrassed on National TV. We held Penn State scoreless for the 1st 20+ minutes of the game. That's more then Akron can say. It also took Ohio State longer to score on Penn State then it took us. Your blog sucks and is pathetic. I don't know why I am getting mad I must be the only one who reads it.

     

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