Other Games of Import

Submitted by BornInAA on November 18th, 2016 at 6:08 PM

Ok – another top team went down for the count last night.

What other upset or nail-biter predictions have you?


Chattanooga @ (1) Alabama

         No – but this is the first time I have ever typed “Chattanooga”

(2) OSU @ MSU

         Maybe - Lansing is supposed to get even crappier weather than Ann Arbor!

(4) Clemson @ Wake Forest


(7) WISC @ Purdue


(8) PSU @ Rutgers

        Double NO

(9) Oklahoma @ (14) WVU

        Yes – I like West Virginia at home here.

(22) WSU @ (10) Colorado

        No – I think Colorado wins on their D which is 11th ranked vs 50th ranked WSU.

(11) OKST @ TCU


Oregon @ (12) Utah


(13) USC @ UCLA


(23) Florida @ (16) LSU

          Yes – Florida has a great rush defense and LSU can’t pass

(24) Stanford @ CAL

           No – CAL has a horrid defense



November 18th, 2016 at 6:44 PM ^

Neither snark nor grammar cop. But isn't 'import' following 'of' a noun?


The noun 'import' does not mean important/importance.


No dog in this fight, just feeling the inquiry mindset.


A transitive verb has two characteristics. First, it is an action verb, expressing a doable activity like kickwantpaintwriteeatclean, etc. Second, it must have a direct object, something or someone who receives the action of the verb.

source: http://chompchomp.com/terms/transitiveverb.htm

edit: just saw Mexwolves' post below regarding 'matters of great import' --- that seems to use import as a noun


November 18th, 2016 at 6:58 PM ^

Yes, using the word "of", which I did,  - noun
If I had written "Upset Games Import Significance" - verb
verb (used without object)
7. to be of consequence or importance; to matter:
We are friends, and it does not import that we have only just met.
8. something that is imported from abroad; an imported commodity or article.
9. the act of importing or bringing in; importation, as of goods from abroad:
the import of foreign cars.
10. consequence or importance:
matters of great import.
11.meaning; implication; purport:
He felt the import of her words.
Yes, if I used the word "of" - noun


November 18th, 2016 at 6:17 PM ^

Watch out for OSU - MSU in the rain.

They lost last year because they didn't have Zeke in the rain . . . and they won't have him this year either.


Goggles Paisano

November 18th, 2016 at 7:11 PM ^

I thought last weeks Iowa game would be a laugher too.  You never know man.  If msu does lose tomorrow, I think they still might suck it up one last time and give Penn St. a game next week.  I really hope OSU rolls them up tomorrow - I think that will benefit us for next week with osu coming into the Game with 3 straight blowouts.  I think that will keep them less focused on the task kind of like how we played last week.  


November 18th, 2016 at 6:26 PM ^

Well Wake has won at Duke, at Indiana, beat Virginia, and pants'd Syracuse, so they at least have a pulse at home against Clemson. 

I'm picking LSU and TCU at home

Hoping lil bro at least messes up the buckeyes hair a little, maybe pokes them in the eye, or keeps them from scoring 30.

I dumped the Dope

November 18th, 2016 at 6:46 PM ^

is bound to have some tricks up his sleeve.  Likely same gameplan as v us, running, running to keep the ball away from OSU.  IF...they can gain some traction and keep the game close a flukey play could make this break bad for OSU.  Sparty would love to shovel some mud out of their season by slaying the mighty buckeye from its lofty tree.

I do have the feeling USC will have some letdown after last week's victory.  I can't recall if the chosen rosen is still playing or injured, and  just spreading smack talk.


November 18th, 2016 at 6:56 PM ^

West Virginia hasn't played anybody and there is a good reason they are so far down in the rankings with only 1 loss. Oklahoma will win.


November 18th, 2016 at 6:57 PM ^

Can't discount the fact that the bad version of Colorado could show up and get waxed by a solid WSU team. No matter how good the defense, if the offense turns it over 5 times, they're going to lose.