If the weasels continue to play as they are, why not go to an exciting, up and coming program rather than an old, mired in the Michigan Man Mud team?
Hoosier daddy, Mizzou?
Yep, my friends and business associates down here (N. Florida) will sort you out real quick. Did you watch this game? Did you watch that game? How do you think that backup center for Nebraska is going to do next week? Then they demonstrate their knowledge about your team and if you don't know what you're talking about or you're a complete blinders on homer, they just stop talking football with you.
Well, there's two of us but we're in the minority.
The results of this survey in SEC territory would be "the same" or "more than". They are rabid football fans and they not only watch other SEC games, they watch games outside the conference.
Your problem is that you give half a turd about down or up votes. If you did not, you wouldn't mention it. If you crave up votes, you need to drink the Kool-Aide. Simple as that.
The Hurricanes are only a marquee matchup for FAMU and Arkansas State. A mediocre Louisville team took them to the woodshed. If the Children of the Corn do not do the same, it portends a poor season in Lincoln.
He does not run into the running back while handing off, which is a big plus.
That guy is a high school coach in Arkansas. Also, I think it is a little early to discount Rutgers or Maryland until they have run the gauntlet a couple of times.
China is in the south? 17 manufacturing plants in the U.S. close every day. Every day. We are losing our manufacturing base forever. A nation of burger flippers has come to reality. So, let's get over to Beijing and get spring football started.
It was about the $ not the competition. And as stated elsewhere, the research dollars the B1G brings in make the football dollars look like pennies.
The ACC already bent over for Notre Dame and T A & M isn't leaving the SEC. Also, the B1G isn't adding any team not in the AAU.
Having lived in the south for 29 years, you are spot on. Yes, there are a couple of states "up north" where football is a religion, Ohio being one of them, but as a region the south leads in football fervor. I don't see much hope for the B1G as a whole because the bottom line is that the majority of people in the B1G footprint simply do not care about sucking in football. Period.
Jump to the SEC, then they would have to play in the Shoe in November.
The weasels have to reevaluate their Michigan Man policy. Go out and get a winning coach, not a guy that coached under Bo and barely has a .500 winning percentage. Raid the SEC or the PAC12. Go buy a winner not a whiner.
Iowa is fine. They have the perennial B1G COY.
I like this idea. Let's face it, the bottom 6 programs in the BIG are stealing their BTN money. Promote and relegate every 4 years. WMU out recruited Purdont for Woody's sake! Step up or step off.
Aaaaand East Carolina showed what a talent laden powerhouse VT truly is. Did you buy into the Cal Bears BS last year too?
"The days when you got 4 or 5 years to build a program are over. Now you get 2." - Urban Meyer
Not to mention self-admitted struggling against any team that does not play a 4-3 defense. Now there's some coaching, one can only compete against one type of defense.
Quick throws to the TE after he bumps his man on the line, screen passes, the option was working and yet we only ran it a handful of times. And I'm not even a Mensa member.
"You don't get 5 years to build a team any more. You get 2 if you're lucky." - Urban Meyer
"Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth." - Mike Tyson
So, that's it? Our expectations are now to be competitive in the New Big East? A perennial 9-3 team in Conference Irrelevant? No thanks. Woody needs to punch, kick & slap some dolts.
Fn A, brother.