Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Two Parts Rye Week 10: If the Play is the thing, where the hell was everyone?

The Power Rye, or Power Wry, depending on my mood and state of sobriety, is the most accurate ranking of college football available.  Each week, I feed all of the facts, figures, stats, scores and whiskey into the Power Rye ranking matrix.  Before I sober up, I pinch off a post.

This week's drink of choice is Glenmorangie Ealanta.  That is Gaelic for skilled and ingenious, like me.
Lifted from Eleven Warriors.
  1. Oregon (8-0) Did not play.  OK
  2. Alabama (8-0) Did not play.  Because they were in Texas and there was no fiddle in the band.
  3. Florida State (8-0) Whipped up on the U 41-14.
  4. Ohio State (9-0) Beat Purdue 56-0.  I like a school whose nickname is a shot and a beer.
  5. Baylor (8-0) Did not play.  See Alabama.
  6. Clemson (8-1) Defeated Virginia 59-10.  Another defeat for the tea party.
  7. Wisconsin (8-1 7-2) Beat Iowa 28-9.
  8. Oklahoma! (7-1) Did not play.  Not even their understudy was available
  9. Michigan State (8-1) Defeated Michigan 29-6.  Congratulations, you are better than Penn State
10(a,b,c).  Texas A&M beat UTEP 57-6 which is the equivalent of not playing, Stanford did not play.  LSU did not play.

Also: Kid N Play did not play.  Marcy's Playground did not play.  Aerosmith just pushed play.  Thankfully, no white boys played funky music.  The Offspring came out an played.    We couldn't find Coldplay.  

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