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    WSJ: College Football's Grid of Shame

    The Wall Street Journal as their annual "College Football's Grid of Shame" for those interested: College Football's Grid of Shame - WSJ.com

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    Couple of things I noticed on the chart that I disagree with:
    • The chart has Iowa higher up the admirable/embarrassing axis... laughable.
    • TCU, with all of their drug dealing issues and failed drug tests, is on the same level as ISU on the admirable/embarrassing axis
    • Tulsa was rated more of a powerhouse than ISU (hind site is 20/20 I guess)


    Other than that, it is an interesting piece to talk about. Be sure to check out how much Penn State plummeted. Also... lol UNC-CHeat!



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    Re: WSJ: College Football's Grid of Shame

    penn states' fall is hilarious




    edit: the amount... not the reasons why......




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