| FTBL In your opinion, if Cincinnati goes undefeated, are they in the playoff's?

SoCalPatrick

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And then, at what point do they deserve to be there?

2021 Cincinnati Football Schedule​

DateOpponent
Saturday
Sep. 4
Miami (Ohio) RedHawksNippert Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
Saturday
Sep. 11
Murray State RacersNippert Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
Saturday
Sep. 18
at Indiana HoosiersMemorial Stadium, Bloomington, IN
Saturday
Sep. 25
OFF
Saturday
Oct. 2
at Notre Dame Fighting IrishNotre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame, IN
Friday
Oct. 8
Temple OwlsNippert Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
Saturday
Oct. 16
UCF KnightsNippert Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
Saturday
Oct. 23
at Navy MidshipmenNavy-Marine Corps Mem. Stadium, Annapolis, MD
Saturday
Oct. 30
at Tulane Green WaveYulman Stadium, New Orleans, LA
Saturday
Nov. 6
Tulsa Golden Hurricane (HC)Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
Friday
Nov. 12
at USF BullsRaymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL
Saturday
Nov. 20
SMU MustangsNippert Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
Saturday
Nov. 27
at East Carolina PiratesDowdy-Ficklen Stadium, Greenville, NC
 

252BAMA

AKA: ALA2262
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If this team had gone undefeated, should they have been NC? Played FOUR non-1A teams and only ONE 1A with a winning record.

Don't know how the hell the HC thought he could win the Sugar Bowl against the NC that had won 31 straight games. But he did, and he did.


9/16​
vs.North Texas (non-IA)W
25​
0​
9/23​
vs.*Louisiana State (4-5-2)W
14​
0​
9/30​
vs.*Mississippi (5-5)W
27​
0​
10/7​
vs.Dayton (non-IA)W
40​
0​
10/14​
vs.Cincinnati (non-IA)W
41​
7​
10/21​
vs.Villanova (4-5)W
34​
7​
@ Philadelphia, PA
10/28​
@*Georgia Tech (5-6)W
28​
14​
11/4​
vs.*Florida (5-5)W
40​
6​
11/11​
@*Mississippi State (4-5)W
48​
21​
11/18​
vs.North Dakota (non-IA)W
83​
0​
11/25​
@*Tennessee (11-1)L
0​
7​

Cincinnati didn't belong with the big boys then, and they still don't.
 
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It Takes Eleven

Quoth the Raven...
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Not even comparable. I still have my copy from a Humanities seminar in New College at UA: pulled it out and read it again about two years ago.
Over the past several years, I've been deliberate in mixing in some old titles with my readings. I re-read Catch-22 about four or five years ago as part of that. I've also included a focus on Southern and Alabama history, currently reading "Putting Loafing Streams to Work" by Jax State professor Harvey Jackson - one of the best Alabama historians, in my view - about Alabama Power's early dam constructions, and "The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors" by Hornfischer, an incredible story of the suicide attack on the main Japanese fleet by of a small group of escort destroyers, saving MacArthur at the Philippines.
 

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