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Post subject: 1982 NCAA Football Ultra EOY  PostPosted: Apr 08, 2014 - 08:54 AM



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1982 Conferences

Big 10 – Was once again a battle between Ohio State 12-0-0 (9-0-0) and Michigan 10-2-0 (8-1-0) with the Buckeyes prevailing. Purdue 6-5-0 (6-3-0) was competitive and better than their actual 3-8-0. Wisconsin 5-5-1 (4-4-1), Illinois 5-6-0 (4-5-0) and Indiana 5-6-0 (4-5-0) had moments but not quite enough. Iowa could only manage a 4-7-0 (3-6-0) after a 8-4-0 in actual. Michigan St was I win better than their actual 2-9-0. Minnesota was 1 game better than their actual 3-8-0. Northeastern at 3-8-0 matched their actual record.

SEC – Vanderbilt must still be celebrating after winning the SEC outright. Their 10-2-0 (6-0-0) record was 2 better than in actual. Auburn was a strong 2nd tied with Alabama at (4-2-0) in the league but the Tigers were stronger at 10-2-0 (9-3-0 Actual) overall while the Crimson finished at 6-4-1 (8-4-0 Actual). Georgia the pre-season favorite faltered early in the season and finished at 3-2-1 (9-2-1) and though it was very respectable they fell 2 shy of their actual 11-1-0. A win in the Florida-Citrus Bowl 27-9 over Boston College saved their season. Miss St at 7-3-2 (3-2-1) bested their actual 5-6-0 and they took a trip to, and won, the Independence Bowl. LSU 8-3-1 (3-3-0) had a good season for most but a mediocre for them. Florida was disappointing at 5-6-0, 8-4-0 actual, Ole Miss did as expected and finished at 4-6-1 (4-7-0 actual), Tennessee at 5-6-0 (6-5-1 Actual) is looking forward to next year and trying to forget their loss to Vanderbilt 24-7. Kentucky, the SEC bottom dweller as of late, actually won 2 games more (2-9-0) than in actual life 0-10-1.

Big East-Independent – The Big East had not officially come into existence but the play between the 7 teams officially started the year before. Penn St (10-2-0) and Pittsburgh (9-3-0) were the top of the class in the Big East. Pittsburgh lost their final 3 games; 2 in the regular season and the Gator Bowl to fall in the rankings to #17 after being near to top for the the majority of the year. Penn St. finished raked at # 5 Nationally. West Virginia 8-3-1 was close to Actual 9-3-0 and Boston College 8-4-0 was also close to their actual 8-3-1. Temple at 5-5-0 (4-7-0 Actual), Syracuse 3-8-0 (2-9-0) and Rutgers 4-7-0 (5-6-0) rounded out the conference.

ACC - Clemson 5-1-0 (10-2-0) took the ACC. The favored Tigers faulted early in the season but recovered enough to not only win the ACC but beat undefeated Texas in the Cotton Bowl. Maryland 5-1-0 (8-3-1 was a strong 2nd and lost out because of the overall record. The Terrapins beat Miami (F) in the Aloha Bowl and came away with an excellent season. North Carolina 4-2 (8-4-0) and Duke 4-2 (6-5-0) both had good seasons and matched their Actual records with the Tar Heels a bit better and awarded a Bowl bid. NC State 5-5-1 ((6-5-0 Actual) , Wake Forest 4-7-0 ((3-8-0) and Virginia 3-8-0 (2-9-0) rounded out the field. He Virginia Cavaliers didn’t win a game in the ACC.

Big 8 – Nebraska 7-0-0 (11-2-0) and Oklahoma 6-1-0 (9-2-1), as usual, were the class of the Big 8. The league came down to their meeting with the Cornhuskers prevailing 27-13. Missouri 4-3-0 (7-5-0) (5-4-2 Actual) had a good season and a Bowl Bid, Kansas St 6-5-0 (6-5-1), Oklahoma St 5-6-0 (4-5-2), Iowa St 4-7-0 (4-6-1), Colorado 2-8-1 (2-8-1) and Kansas 3-8-0 (2-7-2) rounded out the conference with each doing their best but it wasn’t quite enough.

Mid-American – The M-A is a conference that seems to get no respect. They play a whopping 9 games in their league and are more concerned with beating up on each other than non-conference games. Bowling Green 8-1-0 (8-4-0) (7-5-0 Actual) took the title. Miami (O) 7-2-0 (7-4-0) (7-4-0) was a game out and Northern Illinois 6-3-0 (6-4-0) (5-5-0) fell 2 games short. The league was very competitive with 5 of the 10 teams sporting a winning record.

Missouri Valley – Tulsa 5-0-0 (11-1-0) (10-1-0 Actual) was clearly the class of the MVC. Wichita St 3-1-1 (6-4-1) (8-3-0) and So. Illinois 3-1-1 (6-4-1) (6-5-0) had good seasons but were unable to keep pace with the Golden Hurricane. The MVC’s overall record of 35-49 shows the weakness in the league.

Conference-USA (Independent) – This conference was forming but not officially started. The teams were completing past obligations before competing against each other. There was some in-conference play but the overall records determined the winner. So. Mississippi 7-4-0 (7-4-0 Actual) was the leader and the only C-USA team with a winning record. East Carolina 5-5-0 (7-4-0) was competitive while Louisiana-Lafayette 5-6-0 (7-3-1) was unable to match their real life record. Cincinnati 4-5-2 (6-5-0) and Louisville 3-7-1 (5-6-0) are waiting for next year. North Texas 5-6-0 has to be thrilled after besting their real life record of 2-9-0.

Southwest – Texas 6-0-0 (11-1-0) should be ecstatic with their record but a top ranking in the National Poll and a perfect record went down in the Cotton Bowl. Still looking at it from the outside the Longhorns were quite successful. Of course in Texas the story may be a lot different. So. Methodist 7-1-0 (11-1-0) suffered its only loss against Texas but Sun Bowl win against North Carolina coupled with the Texas loss in the Cotton Bowl left the Mustangs ranked #2 nationally. Arkansas had a good start to the season but suffered a few late season losses to hurt their season but at 8-4-0 (9-2-1) they should have no shame. Houston 6-5-0) (5-5-1) could score but gave up too many points. Texas A/M 5-6-0 (5-6-0) was so-so and for them that is a failed season, TCU, Texas Tech and Baylor were all 4-7 and couldn’t keep up with the front runners in the league with TCU and Tech finishing at 3-5 and Baylor at 2-6. Rice 1-10-0 (0-11-0) had a woeful season.

WAC – BYU (6-0-1) (8-3-1) (8-4-0 Actual) was the clear leader in a very competitive league. Air Force 5-2-0 (7-5-0) (8-5-0) came in 2nd in the league but New Mexico with an overall record of 8-3-1 (10-1-0) may have been the better team. San Diego State 7-5-0 (7-5-0) and Utah 6-5-0 (5-6-0) both had a winning record. Hawaii 5-5-1 (6-5-0) and Wyoming 5-6-1 (5-7-0) were very competitive with a tough schedule. Colorado St. 4-7-0 (4-7-0) and UTEP 3-8-1 (2-10-0) held the bottom.

PCAA – San Jose St 6-0-0 (9-3-0) (8-3-0 Actual) beat out pre-season favorite Fresno St 5-1-0 (8-3-0) (11-1-0). The bulldogs were very disappointing while the Spartans were elated as they rolled through their league and then won the Las Vegas Bowl. None of the other PCAA teams had a winning record but Pacific 5-6-0 (2-9-0) has to be thrilled with their season after besting their actual by 3 games. Long Beach St 4-7-0 (6-5-0) on the other hand has to be sorely disappointed. Utah St. 4-7-0 (5-6-0) and Fullerton St. 3-9-0 (3-9-0) did as expected. UNLV 1-10-0 (3-8-0) had a very long season.

PAC-10 – UCLA 6-1-0 (9-3-0) (10-1-1 Actual) was able to beat out 4 teams who would have loved to go to the Rose Bowl. The Bruins with one of their best teams in years suffered a surprising 3 losses with the most stinging coming in the Rose Bowl where Ohio State beat them 28-27. Washington 5-2-0 (9-3-0) (10-2-0), Arizona St 5-2-0 (!0-2-0) (10-2-0), USC 5-2-0 (9-2-1) (8-3-0) and Stanford 5-2-0 (7-4-0) (5-6-0) all had a run for the top spot but came a little shy. The total record of 65-48 shows the strength of the PAC-10. Arizona 6-5-0 (6-4-1) and California 6-5-0 (7-4-0) were both tough but fell shy. Oregon 4-7-0 (2-8-1), Washington St. 3-8-0 (3-7-1) and Oregon St. 2-9-0 (1-9-1) had long years.

Independent – Florida St 10-2-2 (9-3-0 Actual) and Notre Dame 9-3-0 (6-4-1) were the class of the Indies. Miami (F) 8-3-1 (7-4-0) and Georgia Tech 6-5-0 (6-5-0) both had a winning record. Virginia Tech 5-6-0 (7-4-0) and South Carolina 4-6-1 (4-7-0) both struggled. Army 4-7-0 (4-7-0) and Navy 3-8-0 (6-5-0) did their best. For army their best was saved for last when they upset Navy in their annual meeting 24-20.

Team………………………..W-L-T……….(Actual)
1…..Ohio State………..12-0-0………..(9-3-0)
2…..SMU………………….11-1-0………..(11-0-1)
3…..Texas…………………11-1-0……….(9-3-0)
4…..Nebraska…………..11-2-0……….(12-1-0)
5…..Penn St………………10-2-0……….(11-1-0)
6…..Clemson…………….10-2-0)………(9-1-1)
7…..Auburn………………10-2-0…………(9-3-0)
8…..Florida St…………..10-2-0………..(9-3-0)
9…..Michigan…………….10-2-0…………(8-4-0)
10…Vanderbilt………….10-2-0………….(8-4-0)
11…Arizona St…………..10-2-0………..(10-2-0)
12...USC…………………….9-2-1………….(8-3-0)
13…Oklahoma…………..9-2-1……………(8-4-0)
14…Georgia……………….9-2-1……………(11-1-0)
15…UCLA…………………..9-3-0……………(10-1-1)
16...Notre Dame……….9-3-0…………….(6-4-1)
17…Pittsburgh…………..9-3-0…………….(9-3-0)
18…Tulsa…………………..11-1-0…………..(10-1-0)
19…Washington…………9-3-0…………….(10-2-0)
20…West Virginia……….8-3-1……………(9-3-0)
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Apr 13, 2014 - 10:14 PM



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Great write up up until reading Army beat Navy! Looking forward to the next replay.
 
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