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Penn State Sitting at No. 5

STATE COLLEGE, PA - SEPTEMBER 12: Head coach Joe Paterno of the Penn State Nittany Lions walks on to the field before the start of their game against the Syracuse Orangemen  at Beaver Stadium  September 12, 2009 in State College, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Chris Gardner/Getty Images)
john herniseyContributor ISeptember 15, 2009

To Alex

You don't even know what you’re talking about. USC at no.1 or 2 is over rated they have same schedule every year: Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State ECT... they have one tough game a year one.... and are youu kidding me? The Pac 10 is the worst division in college football that plays in the big leagues. We couldn't last in the SEC or ACC they have the same schedule every year! Everyone needs to hop off the band wagon us isn't that great. These sports commentators and analysts say the same thing over and over every year! How about the nana fixes their schedule and put some tough games in there. And the only reason we played so well against the nittany lions in the rose bowl because they were practically playing at home they were nothing but a few miles away! Next year have them come and play in beaver stadium or at least a mutual site. Another thing there should be no top 25 in pre season everyone start at 0 and rate them as the season goes on. You writers are ridiculous

 

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