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It took just over seven rounds and fifty picks, but the Buffaloes have finally come off the board in the eighth round. Thanks goodness. We join a conference (The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants) that includes Florida, Penn State, Virginia Tech, Miami, Auburn, Kansas, Illinois and TCU. I'm still trying to figure out how we got picked behind Utah, but maybe I'm just irrationally biased.
|1||1. Texas||2. Florida||3. Alabama||4. Ohio State||5. USC||6. LSU|
|2||12. Georgia||11. Penn State||10. Oklahoma||9. Florida State||8. Notre Dame||7. Michigan|
|3||13. U.C.L.A.||14. Virginia Tech||15. Nebraska||16. Louisville||17. Oregon||18. North Carolina|
|4||24. Wisconsin||23. Miami (Fla.)||22. Texas A&M||21. Michigan State||20. Tennessee||19. Stanford|
|5||25. Washington||26. Auburn||27. Arizona||28. West Virginia||29. Syracuse||30. Arkansas|
|6||36. Duke||35. Kansas||34. California||33. Maryland||32. Kentucky||31. Iowa|
|7||37. Clemson||38. Illinois||39. UConn||40. Missouri||41. Pittsburgh||42. Oklahoma State|
|8||48. Virginia||47. TCU||46. Arizona St||45. Utah||44. BYU||43. South Carolina|
|9||49. Boston College||50. Colorado|
So what does everyone think about the conference so far? Who do you like and dislike that's in? Any other teams that your surprised went before us? How do our prospects shape up in football and basketball? Who else would you like to see join us? Is this way too many questions?