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Post: #1
Hey Guys -- Not sure if you have seen this one; their track record is pretty good:

<a href='http://www.collegefootballpoll.com/analysis_sunbelt.html' target='_blank'>CollegeFootballPoll Projections for 2004</a>

07-30-2004 08:04 AM
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Post: #2
Predicting 4 teams to have winning records which would be something !

North Texas 9-2 (7-0)
Troy 7-4 (7-0)
New Mexico State 6-5 (5-2)
Middle Tennessee 6-5 (5-3)
07-30-2004 09:25 AM
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MeanGreen61 Wrote:Predicting 4 teams to have winning records which would be something !

North Texas 9-2 (7-0)
Troy 7-4 (7-0)
New Mexico State 6-5 (5-2)
Middle Tennessee 6-5 (5-3)
<span style='font-family:Times'><span style='font-size:12pt;line-height:100%'><span style='color:blue'>If we finish 6-5 with the second easiest schedule in the Sun Belt, then somebody in the top of MTSU athletic adminstration or football coaching better lose their job.

6-5 with the 113th rated schedule is UNACCEPTABLE in my opinion and is NOT progress over the last three seasons!</span></span></span>
07-30-2004 09:42 AM
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