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Sunday’s Sloppy Seconds – Week 7

Another fine weekend of football, and I’m convince; time to stop picking against the Mississippi schools. Looks like they are for real. What else did we learn?

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Sunday’s Sloppy Seconds – Week 6

CHAOS!!! Finally, good teams started to play each other, and we got to see how good teams really are. Or in many cases, how not good. You surely know about all the upsets by now, so rather than looking at that, lets look in depth at how the rankings should be.

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Sunday’s Sloppy Seconds – Week 5

Finally, the exhibition games are over with and we are in the meat of conference play. It’s about time things started to get interesting. This coming week has about 7 games featuring ranked teams in the same conference. Love it.

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Sunday’s Sloppy Seconds – Week 4

Finally, this season is starting to get real! Still lots of lopsided patsy beatdown fests, but plenty of teams are starting to show up to play the top teams in the nation. And it is sure fun to watch.

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Sunday’s Sloppy Seconds – Week 3

Wow, for a weekend billed as “slow” to the point that Gameday showed up in North Dakota, this weekend sure proved to be interesting. I know every week there are always 3 upsets. If there are less, a following week makes up for it. This one made up for the first two.

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Sunday’s Sloppy Seconds – Week 2

Wow, where to begin. Crazy weekend for week 2 which is normally a punch of creampuff matchups. But some teams and conferences opened up our eyes big time this weekend.

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