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Since I am not old enough to have seen that '33 victory, I will predict an encore of Murray 105, UL 0
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September 4 – Jacksonville State 49, Ole Miss 48 (2OT)
September 4 – North Dakota State 6, Kansas 3
September 11 – James Madison 21, #13 Virginia Tech 16
September 11 – South Dakota 41, Minnesota 38
September 11 – Gardner-Webb 38, Akron 37 (OT)
September 11 – Liberty 27, Ball State 23
October 2 – UC Davis 14, San Jose State 13
This info was ripped from wikipedia
That said, when does the score show a win for the FBS, but for practical purpose, it's a win for the FCS team?
I didn't know that Appy State had previously been now FBS, moved down and is attempting to go back up a division.
https://sportsdelve.wordpress.com/2011/ ... -fcs-i-aa/
Here is the info for the OVC. All teams have beaten an FBS opponent except for Martin
Ohio Valley W L T W Pct Last Win vs. FBS (I-A) Opp Score
Austin Peay 2 12 0 0.143 1987: Kansas St 26-22
Eastern Illinois 4 28 0 0.125 2004: E Michigan 31-28
Eastern Kentu 6 19 0 0.240 1985: Louisville 45-21
Jacksonville St 4 14 0 0.222 2010: Mississippi 49-48
Murray St 3 19 2 0.167 1984: Louisville 26-23
SEMO 1 15 0 0.063 2002: Mid Tenn St 24-14
Tennessee St 3 2 0 0.600 1985: Louisville 24-15
Tenn Tech 2 29 0 0.065 1980: W Carolina 26-10
Tenn-Martin 0 12 0 0.000
kidd wrote:. . . I think the Racers have a chance. Louisville is still rebuilding after Kragthorpe came close to ruining their program and MSU has some very talented players at the skill positions. . .
In addition, Kidd, the Racers may well have a home field (home crowd) advantage. There are a LOT of Murray alum in Louisville. I expect them to be in vocal attendance at Papa John. My biggest concern is that UL may want to steal our coach . . .
[url]The Big East (37) will have at least two bad losses. The schedule is set up for opening success: seven of the eight teams at home, and all seven of those are favored. But Syracuse will be taken down by visiting Wake Forest, and Louisville will be stunned by Murray State. The Orange and the Cardinals are both positioned to backslide a bit after significant improvements last season and look vulnerable in their openers.
Syracuse was fortunate in 2010 (few injuries, 4-0 in games decided by seven points or less) and has six new defensive starters who combined to do very little in 2010. They will be facing Jim Grobe's most experienced Wake team in several years. Louisville is frightfully inexperienced at cornerback (not a single corner on the depth chart has made a D-I interception) and will be facing a veteran, aerial-centric Murray State team that threw for 314 yards and scored 36 points per game last season.[/url]
ALPHASIG297 wrote:. . . and Louisville will be stunned by Murray State. . .
Evidently, the UL crowd does not take Pat Forde's prediction seriously. A lot of comments on the Rutherford site, none of which agree with Forde. Of course there is no mention of the '33 and '34 games or of 105-0 scores. I was tempted to log on and share a bit of history. If there are any hortatorical pedants in the "nation" please check out this link and have at it. http://www.cardchronicle.com/2011/8/29/ ... rray-state
Cards will have starters on special teams. Are down one starter on each side of the ball including their starting center.
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