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    Top 10 programs of 2000-2009

    1. USC
    2. Florida
    3. Oklahoma
    4. Texas
    5. LSU
    6. Ohio State
    7. Virginia Tech
    8. West Virgina
    9. Boise State
    10. TCU

    Top 10 teams of 2000-2009

    T2. USC (2004)
    T2. Texas (2005)
    3. Miami (2001)
    4. Oklahoma (2000)
    5. Florida (2008)
    6. USC (2005)
    7. Auburn (2004)
    8. LSU (2003)
    9. Oklahoma (2004)
    10. Florida (2006)

    Top 10 Non-AQ teams of 2000-2009

    1. Boise State (2006)
    2. Utah (2008)
    3. Boise State (2009)
    4. Utah (2004)
    5. TCU (2009)
    6. Miami-OH (2003)
    7. Boise State (2003)
    8. TCU (2009)
    9. Boise State (2002)
    10. TCU (2005)

    Top 10 QB's of 2000-2009

    1. Vince Young (Texas)
    2. Tim Tebow (Florida)
    3. Sam Bradford (Oklahoma)
    4. Ben Roethlisberger (Miami-OH)
    5. Matt Leinart (USC)
    6. Aaron Rogers (California)
    7. Carson Palmer (USC)
    8. Phillip Rivers (NCSU)
    9. Eli Manning (Ole Miss)
    10. Colt McCoy (Texas)

    Top 10 RB's of 2000-2009

    1. Adrian Peterson (Oklahoma)
    2. Ladainian Tomlinson (TCU)
    3. Cedric Benson (Texas)
    4. Darren McFadden (Arkansas
    5. Ray Rice (Rutgers)
    6. Lesean McCoy (Pittsburgh)
    7. Chris Johnson (East Carolina)
    8. DeAngelo Williams (Memphis)
    9. Steven Jackson (Oregon State)
    10. Willis McGahee (Miami)

    Top 10 AP's of 2000-2009

    1. Reggie Bush (USC)
    2. C.J. Spiller (Clemson)
    3. Percy Harvin (Florida)
    4. Maurice Jones-Drew (UCLA)
    5. Felix Jones (Arkansas)
    6. Ted Ginn Jr. (Ohio State)
    7. Skyler Green (LSU)
    8. Jeremy Maclin (Missouri)
    9. Noel Devine (West Virginia)
    10. Jamaal Charles (Texas)

    Top 10 WR's of 2000-2009

    1. Larry Fitzgerald (Pittsburgh)
    2. Calvin Johnson (Georgia Tech)
    3. Michael Crabtree (Texas Tech)
    4. Andre Johnson (Miami)
    5. Braylon Edwards (Michigan)
    6. Roy Williams (Texas)
    7. Mark Clayton (Oklahoma)
    8. Dwayne Jarrett (USC)
    9. Desean Jackson (California)
    10. Antonio Bryant (Pittsburgh)

    Top 10 TE's of 2000-2009

    1. Jermaine Gresham (Oklahoma)
    2. Marcedes Lewis (UCLA)
    3. Heath Miller (Virginia)
    4. Vernon Davis (Maryland)
    5. Jeremy Shockey (Miami)
    6. Todd Heap (Arizona State)
    7. Kellen Winslow Jr. (Miami)
    8. Chase Coffman (Missouri)
    9. Dallas Clark (Iowa)
    10. Rob Gronkowski (Arizona)

    Top 10 OT's of 2000-2009

    1. Joe Thomas (Wisconsin)
    2. Jake Long (Michigan)
    3. Jammal Brown (Oklahoma)
    4. Bryant McKinnie (Miami)
    5. Leonard Davis (Texas)
    6. D'Brickashaw Ferguson (Virginia)
    7. Robert Gallery (Iowa)
    8. Ryan Clady (Boise State)
    9. Joe Staley (Central Michigan)
    10. Andre Smith (Alabama)

    Top 10 OG's of 2000-2009

    1. Steve Hutchinson (Michigan)
    2. Justin Blalock (Texas)
    3. Ben Grubbs (Auburn)
    4. Brandon Albert (Virginia)
    5. Justin Smiley (Alabama)
    6. Derrick Dockery (Texas)
    7. David Baas (Michigan)
    8. Brandon Carter (Texas Tech)
    9. Duke Robinson (Oklahoma)
    10. Jeremy Zuttah (Rutgers)

    Top 10 OC's of 2000-2009

    1. Ryan Kalil (USC)
    2. Greg Eslinger (Minnesota)
    3. Alex Mack (California)
    4. Dominic Raiola (Nebraska)
    5. LeCharles Bentley (Ohio State)
    6. Dan Mozes (West Virginia)
    7. Jake Grove (Virginia Tech)
    8. Jonathan Luigs (Arkansas)
    9. Ben Wilkerson (LSU)
    10. Casey Rabach (Wisconsin)

    Top 10 DE's of 2000-2009

    1. Terrell Suggs (Arizona State)
    2. Julius Peppers (North Carolina)
    3. Dwight Freeney (Syracuse)
    4. Mario Williams (N.C. State)
    5. Brian Orakpo (Texas)
    6. Demarcus Ware (Troy State)
    7. Andre Carter (California)
    8. Alex Brown (Florida)
    9. Elvis Dumervil (Louisville)
    10. Lamarr Woodley (Michigan)

    Top 10 DT's of 2000-2009

    1. Ndamukong Suh (Nebraska)
    2. Tommie Harris (Oklahoma)
    3. Glenn Dorsey (LSU)
    4. Kevin Williams (Oklahoma State)
    5. Darnell Dockett (Florida State)
    6. Mike Patterson (USC)
    7. John Henderson (Tennessee)
    8. Rien Long (Washington State)
    9. Amobi Okoye (Louisville)
    10. Sedrick Ellis (USC)

    Top 10 OLB's of 2000-2009

    1. Derrick Johnson (Texas)
    2. Paul Posluszny (Penn State)
    3. Teddy Lehman (Oklahoma)
    4. James Laurinaitis (Ohio State)
    5. Aaron Curry (Wake Forest)
    6. Brian Cushing (USC)
    7. Shawne Merrimman (Maryland)
    8. E.J. Henderson (Maryland)
    9. Lance Briggs (Arizona)
    10. Rocky Calmus (Oklahoma)

    Top 10 ILB's of 2000-2009

    1. Patrick Willis (Ole Miss)
    2. Rey Maualuga (USC)
    3. Rolando McClain (Alabama)
    4. Dan Morgan (Miami)
    5. Demeco Ryans (Alabama)
    6. A.J. Hawk (Ohio State)
    7. Curtis Lofton (Oklahoma)
    8. Brandon Spikes (Florida)
    9. Jonathan Vilma (Miami)
    10. Bradie James (LSU)

    Top 10 CB's of 2000-2009

    1. Darelle Revis (Pittsburgh)
    2. Aqib Talib (Kansas)
    3. Alphonso Smith (Wake Forest)
    4. Terrence Newman (Kansas State)
    5. Malcolm Jenkins (Ohio State)
    6. Derrick Strait (Oklahoma)
    7. Carlos Rogers (Auburn)
    8. Antoine Cason (Arizona)
    9. Dunta Robinson (South Carolina)
    10. Aaron Ross (Texas)

    Top 10 S's of 2000-2009

    1. Ed Reed (Miami)
    2. Eric Berry (Tennessee)
    3. Sean Taylor (Miami)
    4. Roy Williams (Oklahoma)
    5. Laron Landry (LSU)
    6. Michael Huff (Texas)
    7. Tom Zibikowski (Notre Dame)
    8. Eric Weddle (Utah)
    9. Sabby Piscitelli (Oregon State)
    10. Quintin Mikell (Boise State)

    Top 10 K's of 2000-2009

    1. Mason Crosby (Colorado)
    2. Nate Kaeding (Iowa)
    3. Mike Nugent (Ohio State)
    4. Jeff Chandler (Florida)
    5. Kai Forbath (UCLA)
    6. Alexis Serna (Oregon State)
    7. Jonathan Nichols (Ole Miss)
    8. Graham Gano (Florida State)
    9. Art Carmody (Louisville)
    10. Josh Scobee (Kansas State)

    Top 10 P's of 2000-2009

    1. Daniel Sepulveda (Baylor)
    2. Ryan Plackmeier (Wake Forest)
    3. John Torp (Colorado)
    4. Adam Podlesh (Maryland)
    5. Thomas Morstead (SMU)
    6. Durant Brooks (Georgia Tech)
    7. Dustin Colquitt (Tennessee)
    8. Travis Dorsch (Purdue)
    9. Matt Fodge (Oklahoma State)
    10. B.J. Sander (Ohio State)

    Top 10 Coaches of 2000-2009

    1. Pete Carroll (USC)
    2. Urban Meyer (Utah/Florida)
    3. Nick Saban (LSU/Alabama)
    4. Bob Stoops (Oklahoma)
    5. Mack Brown (Texas)
    6. Jim Tressell (Ohio State)
    7. Chris Peterson (Boise State)
    8. Rich Rodriguez (West Virginia)
    9. Frank Beamer (Virginia Tech)
    10. Gary Patterson (TCU)

    Top 10 Regular Season Games of 2000-2009

    1. 2007-Appalachian State vs Michigan (34-32, ASU)
    2. 2001-Oklahoma vs Texas (14-3, OU)
    3. 2003-USC vs California (34-31, California)
    4. 2005-USC vs Notre Dame (34-31, USC)
    5. 2008-Florida vs Ole Miss (31-30, Ole Miss)
    6. 2007-Arkansas vs LSU (50-48, Arkansas)
    7. 2002-Michigan vs Notre Dame (25-23, Notre Dame)
    8. 2007-LSU vs Kentucky (43-37, Kentucky)
    9. 2001-Miami vs Boston College (18-7, Miami)
    10. 2008-Oregon State vs USC (27-21, OSU)

    Top 10 Bowl Games of 2000-2009

    1. 2005 BCS NC-USC vs Texas (41-38, Texas)
    2. 2006 Fiesta Bowl-Oklahoma vs Boise State (43-42, BSU)
    3. 2002 BCS NC-Ohio State vs Miami (31-24, OSU)
    4. 2005 Rose Bowl-Michigan vs Texas (38-37, Texas)
    5. 2004 Orange Bowl-Miami vs Florida State (16-14, Miami)
    6. 2004 Capital One Bowl-LSU vs Iowa (30-25, Iowa)
    7. 2007 Gator Bowl-Georgia Tech vs West Virginia (38-35, WVU)
    8. 2001 BCS NC-Oklahoma vs Florida State (13-2, OU)
    9. 2006 Independence Bowl-Alabama vs Oklahoma State (34-31, OSU)
    10. 2010 Humanitarian Bowl-Idaho vs Bowling Green (43-42, Idaho)
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    Pretty good list. Suprised Garret Hartley didn't make your list under the kickers. I also think Chris Wells deserves a spot in the RB's. Little suprised that Eric Crouch (Nebraska) didn't make the list. Pretty good accomplishments.

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    Set a QB record for most rushing TDs in a season (20)
    Set school records in 2001 for most rushing attempts in a season for a QB (203)
    Most total offense yards by a sophomore (2,158)
    Tied an NCAA record by scoring a TD via run, pass, reception in the same game (vs. Cal, 1999)
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    That is a lot of work. At first glance, it appears to be a good list. I'd say the 45-35 game was a bit better than the 14-3 game overall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEgReAtOnE View Post

    Top 10 Regular Season Games of 2000-2009

    1. 2007-Appalachian State vs Michigan (34-32, ASU)
    2. 2001-Oklahoma vs Texas (14-3, OU)
    3. 2003-USC vs California (34-31, California)
    4. 2005-USC vs Notre Dame (34-31, USC)
    5. 2008-Florida vs Ole Miss (31-30, Ole Miss)
    6. 2007-Arkansas vs LSU (50-48, Arkansas)
    7. 2002-Michigan vs Notre Dame (25-23, Notre Dame)
    8. 2007-LSU vs Kentucky (43-37, Kentucky)
    9. 2001-Miami vs Boston College (18-7, Miami)
    10. 2008-Oregon State vs USC (27-21, OSU)
    No 2008 Tech-Texas?

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    No 2008 Tech-Texas?
    Regular season games might be one of the more contested lists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F18mustang View Post
    No 2008 Tech-Texas?
    I know... I was thinking real hard on the 45-35 and UT/Tech game! They would've certainly been in the Top 12.

    It's tough to put a list together, like that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEgReAtOnE View Post

    Top 10 Regular Season Games of 2000-2009

    1. 2007-Appalachian State vs Michigan (34-32, ASU)
    2. 2001-Oklahoma vs Texas (14-3, OU)
    3. 2003-USC vs California (34-31, California)
    4. 2005-USC vs Notre Dame (34-31, USC)
    5. 2008-Florida vs Ole Miss (31-30, Ole Miss)
    6. 2007-Arkansas vs LSU (50-48, Arkansas)
    7. 2002-Michigan vs Notre Dame (25-23, Notre Dame)
    8. 2007-LSU vs Kentucky (43-37, Kentucky)
    9. 2001-Miami vs Boston College (18-7, Miami)
    10. 2008-Oregon State vs USC (27-21, OSU)
    Just curious, why do those two LSU games stick out more than the LSU-Florida game? Is it just because of the triple overtimes and LSU being so highly ranked against unranked teams? Not looking for a right, just interested why those were on there and not the Florida game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pied View Post
    Regular season games might be one of the more contested lists.
    What part of the Miami-Boston College game was so much better than that game? It was arguably the best game I've seen and hands down the best game I've seen in person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pied View Post
    That is a lot of work. At first glance, it appears to be a good list. I'd say the 45-35 game was a bit better than the 14-3 game overall.
    The 14-3, 45-35, and Tech/UT game were all SUPERB! I was showing some love for other games.

    The Kentucky/LSU and Ark/LSU games were epic, more so because LSU went on to "win" a BCS National Title, that same year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEgReAtOnE View Post
    I know... I was thinking real hard on the 45-35 and UT/Tech game! They would've certainly been in the Top 12.

    It's tough to put a list together, like that!
    It would be in my top 5 easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F18mustang View Post
    What part of the Miami-Boston College game was so much better than that game? It was arguably the best game I've seen and hands down the best game I've seen in person.
    Hey, if it were your list I'd assume you'd have Tech/UT in there! I couldn't question those choices! Excellent games! However, if you find some footage on the 2 LSU losses, you'll see that both games went into overtime, and both games were won by Kentucky and Arkansas. Then LSU still plays for a title, and wins!

    Maybe the title should've been the "Top 10 Most Pivotal Games of 2000-2009"???
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    Quote Originally Posted by F18mustang View Post
    It would be in my top 5 easy.
    Cool, deal! I couldn't disagree with your choice. That game would be #11 in my list. Top 5 to Top 11 = not THAT far off!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEgReAtOnE View Post
    Cool, deal! I couldn't disagree with your choice. That game would be #11 in my list. Top 5 to Top 11 = not THAT far off!
    I bet if OU would have beaten Florida in the MNC it would be on your list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEgReAtOnE View Post
    Hey, if it were your list I'd assume you'd have Tech/UT in there! I couldn't question those choices! Excellent games! However, if you find some footage on the 2 LSU losses, you'll see that both games went into overtime, and both games were won by Kentucky and Arkansas. Then LSU still plays for a title, and wins!

    Maybe the title should've been the "Top 10 Most Pivotal Games of 2000-2009"???
    Not to throw more fuel on the fire, because I have to say even witha minor quibble here or there, it is some fine work, but the 39-33 game was a bit pivotal. Without that and the couple of key plays, Gideon/Crabtree/etc., the sips are very likely playing for a title that year.

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    Top 10 QB's of 2000-2009

    1. Vince Young (Texas)
    2. Tim Tebow (Florida)
    3. Sam Bradford (Oklahoma)
    4. Ben Roethlisberger (Miami-OH)
    5. Matt Leinart (USC)
    6. Aaron Rogers (California)
    7. Carson Palmer (USC)
    8. Phillip Rivers (NCSU)
    9. Eli Manning (Ole Miss)
    10. Colt McCoy (Texas)
    Obviously I have no idea what your criteria is here. I'd go:

    Top 10 QB's of 2000-2009

    1. Vince Young (Texas)
    2. Tim Tebow (Florida)
    3. Matt Leinart (USC)
    4. Colt McCoy (Texas)
    5. Carson Palmer (USC)
    6. Sam Bradford (OU)

    I'm thinking combo. of career, crystal balls, wins, and stats. Not sure where you were coming from. I might even put Leinart second. Two national titles, and one foot short of two crystal balls.
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    Top 10 programs of 2000-2009

    1. USC
    2. Florida
    3. Oklahoma
    4. Texas
    5. LSU
    6. Ohio State
    7. Virginia Tech
    8. West Virgina
    9. Boise State
    10. TCU
    Oklahoma at #3 is a complete joke...

    There is that nasty business about five consecutive BCS bowl losses

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    Lost 2005 Orange Bowl*
    Lost 2007 Fiesta Bowl
    Lost 2008 Fiesta Bowl
    Lost 2009 BCS National Championship Game
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEgReAtOnE View Post
    Top 10 programs of 2000-2009

    1. USC
    2. Florida
    3. Oklahoma
    4. Texas
    5. LSU
    6. Ohio State
    7. Virginia Tech
    8. West Virgina
    9. Boise State
    10. TCU
    West Virginia this decade 86-39 and 5-4 in Bowl Games...

    Georgia this decade 98-31 and 8-2 in Bowl Games

    Pretty much explains it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun View Post
    Oklahoma at #3 is a complete joke...

    There is that nasty business about five consecutive BCS bowl losses

    Lost 2004 Sugar Bowl*
    Lost 2005 Orange Bowl*
    Lost 2007 Fiesta Bowl
    Lost 2008 Fiesta Bowl
    Lost 2009 BCS National Championship Game
    I'm good with any combination of OU, UT and LSU at 3, 4, 5. One could rank any combo of the 3 and have a good argument IMO.

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    Top 10 teams of 2000-2009

    T2. USC (2004)
    T2. Texas (2005)

    3. Miami (2001)
    4. Oklahoma (2000)
    5. Florida (2008)
    6. USC (2005)
    7. Auburn (2004)
    8. LSU (2003)
    9. Oklahoma (2004)
    10. Florida (2006)
    Miami's 2001 team should be at the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEXREB View Post
    I'm good with any combination of OU, UT and LSU at 3, 4, 5. One could rank any combo of the 3 and have a good argument IMO.
    Agree

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