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Tigers Fall in Polls

Sunday, October 15, 2006

    A drop in the standings this week for the football Tigers was expected like A&M expected that fake field goal yesterday. Chase Daniel's team dropped to #24 in the AP poll and out of the ESPN/AllState poll. They were 23 points out of the #25 spot in the USA Today poll. The first BCS rankings came out and the Tigers clocked in at #24. The Aggies are #23 in the AP poll and get shut out of the BCS top 25. Oklahoma opened at #22 in the BCS rankings. Things don't look great after hearing Peterson is likely out for the year after this run

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