BJG College Football – Week 12 & Open Thread

2012 November 17
by bc3b

 

 

93 michigan-state-basketball-cheerleaders - best cheerleading uniforms

 

36 arizona state sun devils cheerleaders - best cheerleading uniforms

 

 

This is the final week of the season for teams like Western Michigan that are not bowl eligible and have a bye week next week.

This week’s picks:

Deckard: Temple @ Army, Arkansas @ Mississippi State, South Florida @ Miami (FL), Purdue @ Illinois, Houston @ Marshall, Northwestern @ Michigan State, Rutgers @ Cincinnati, Tennessee @ Vanderbilt, Miami (OH) @ Central Michigan, Southern Cal @ UCLA, Syracuse @ Missouri, Ohio State @ Wisconsin, Western Kentucky @ Louisiana – Lafayette, Southern Methodist @ Rice, Central Florida @ Tulsa

Mullet: Temple @ Army, Arkansas @ Mississippi State, South Florida @ Miami (FL), Purdue @ Illinois, Houston @ Marshall, Northwestern @ Michigan State, Rutgers @ Cincinnati, Tennessee @ Vanderbilt, Miami (OH) @ Central Michigan, Southern Cal @ UCLA, Syracuse @ Missouri, Ohio State @ Wisconsin, Western Kentucky @ Louisiana – Lafayette, Southern Methodist @ Rice, Central Florida @ Tulsa

 MI Conservative: Temple @ Army, Arkansas @ Mississippi State, South Florida @ Miami (FL), Purdue @ Illinois, Houston @ Marshall, Northwestern @ Michigan State, Rutgers @ Cincinnati, Tennessee @ Vanderbilt, Miami (OH) @ Central Michigan, Southern Cal @ UCLA, Syracuse @ Missouri, Ohio State @ Wisconsin, Western Kentucky @ Louisiana – Lafayette, Southern Methodist @ Rice, Central Florida @ Tulsa

 bc3b: Temple @ Army, Arkansas @ Mississippi State, South Florida @ Miami (FL), Purdue @ Illinois, Houston @ Marshall, Northwestern @ Michigan State, Rutgers @ Cincinnati, Tennessee @ Vanderbilt, Miami (OH) @ Central Michigan, Southern Cal @ UCLA, Syracuse @ Missouri, Ohio State @ Wisconsin, Western Kentucky @ Louisiana – Lafayette, Southern Methodist @ Rice, Central Florida @ Tulsa

 

 

23 Responses leave one →
  1. 2012 November 17 11:38 am
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    Wow, you really out did yourself this Saturday!
    Any or all of them. 😉

    ot:
    http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/12/epa-chiefs-secret-alias-email-account-revealed/

  2. 2012 November 17 11:49 am
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    bc3b permalink

    I like the MSU cheerleader on the left (#6) or the Gopher Girl. There’s something extra sexy about a girl who has her arms covered and her midsection exposed.

  3. 2012 November 17 11:51 am
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    bc3b permalink

    DOJ wants to automatically register everyone to vote. Think of what that can lead to.

    http://news.msn.com/politics/justice-official-register-citizens-automatically-to-vote

  4. 2012 November 17 12:02 pm
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    justrand permalink

    KH, you have to select a particular one, as prices do vary. Also, depending on her location relative to you, the cost of shipping and, um, handling may vary as well! 🙂

  5. 2012 November 17 12:54 pm
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    sigh ok if I must – close call between Texas (#2) or who ever the last two are, but I chose the combo deal in #11!

  6. 2012 November 17 1:08 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    JR –

    I should be able to get the Michigan State chick cheap as they only have to ship her about 90 miles.

  7. 2012 November 17 1:13 pm
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    WTF is this – a gop congressman with something useful to discuss? Don’t worry I’m sure the paper will go no where or anything coming out of it co-oped to benefit existing players.

    http://rsc.jordan.house.gov/uploadedfiles/rsc_policy_brief_–_three_myths_about_copyright_law_and_where_to_start_to_fix_it_–_november_16_2012.pdf

    Reminds me of watching Louie Gohmert last night talk sense and then admit the leadership would do nothing close to what he was talking about and also mentioned how useless they’ve been the last 2 years – I’m sure he made lots of friends last night. :roll:

  8. 2012 November 17 3:20 pm
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    justrand permalink

  9. 2012 November 17 3:32 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    JR #9 –

    The estate tax dates back to 1916 when then-President Woodrow Wilson imposed the tax of 1 to 10 percent on the wealthy because World War I reduced federal government revenues. Under Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the tax rose to 77 percent, as Congress tried to prevent wealth from becoming concentrated among a few powerful and super-rich families.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/11/16/ranchers-farmers-brace-for-death-tax-impact/?intcmp=trending#ixzz2CWfDXlJo

  10. 2012 November 17 4:07 pm
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    justrand permalink

    Splendid!
    http://hotair.com/archives/2012/11/17/geithner-we-should-definitely-just-get-rid-of-the-debt-ceiling/

    Yup…when you’re a spendaholic the PERFECT thing is to NOT have a credit limit!

    These guys really ARE trying to destroy the country…and doing a heckuva job!

  11. 2012 November 17 4:08 pm
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    TLS permalink

    bc ~ I just sent my picks. Sorry I’m late, JM kept me up past my bedtime!

  12. 2012 November 17 4:28 pm
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    Busy Mom Wishes She Had Enough Spare Time To F*ck CIA Director

  13. 2012 November 17 4:48 pm
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    Jen Rubin says the new leak means it’s game over time for the wh – how naive to think she’s dealing with a typical white house or a press that really gives a sh1t. haha
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/post/breaking-the-president-knew-the-truth-about-benghazi/2012/11/16/39aecaf0-3034-11e2-9f50-0308e1e75445_blog.html

    ref:
    http://www.washingtonguardian.com/what-obama-knew-benghazi

  14. 2012 November 17 5:06 pm
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    JustMary permalink

    #12 😀

  15. 2012 November 17 5:08 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    TLS –

    bc ~ I just sent my picks. Sorry I’m late, JM kept me up past my bedtime!

    Who had to bail you girls out of the slammer this week – RJH of “Hubs?”

  16. 2012 November 17 5:13 pm
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    TLS permalink

    RJH was home doing his football picks. (or pics…)

  17. 2012 November 17 5:19 pm
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    JustMary permalink

    We went to see Gov. Scott Walker at the Reagan Library, bc3b! We know how to party.

  18. 2012 November 17 5:44 pm
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    justrand permalink

    you ladies are ANIMALS!! 🙂

  19. 2012 November 17 6:19 pm
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    JustMary permalink

    We partied with ZO and Bill Whittle last time we went out. 😀 That was teh awesome.

  20. 2012 November 17 7:41 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Iowa State had to play a freshman QB (Sam Richardson) because of an injury. They were playing Kansas, a weak team. But the kid completed 23 of 27 passes, threw for 250 yards and 4 TDs. He also ran for one. Iowa State pulled him early in the fourth quarter and the third string QB finished the night.

  21. 2012 November 17 8:27 pm
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    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “Since the Sept. 11 Benghazi, Libya, massacre, President Barack Obama has sacked his CIA director and two of his top military commanders, demoted one and found another caught up in the scandal involving the CIA director. This many top commanders being relieved at one time is unprecedented in U.S. history.

    So, are sexual misconduct and corruption that rife in the military command? Or is Obama making a point about staying on script in the Benghazi incident? Or is the President purging a group of rogue commanders who were planning a coup?

    The recent casualties of the high command are CIA Director (formerly top Afghanistan commander) David Petraeus, General Carter F. Ham (AfriCOM) and Rear Admiral Charles M. Gaouette (Carrier Task Force Stennis), who were sacked; General William “Kip” Ward (former AfriCOM), who was stripped of a star; and Afghanistan commander Marine General John R. Allen, who has been tied to the Petraeus “sex scandal” in a guilt-by-association sort of way.

    This is reminiscent of Joseph Stalin’s and Adolf Hitler’s purges and executions of top military commanders who did not toe the line — without the bullets.”

    http://personalliberty.com/2012/11/16/whats-behind-obamas-military-purge/

  22. 2012 November 17 10:17 pm
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    “But the Russian intelligence agency GRU reports that Gaouette’s firing was due to his disobeying orders when he ordered his forces to “assist and provide intelligence for” American military forces ordered into action by Ham.””

    That makes almost no sense since Gaouette’s forces (the Stennis carrier group) were 6000+ miles away at the time. I suppose they could in theory help with gathering intel having access to such, but hard to believe they had access to things Ham did not before being relieved.

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