Putting Boston and Pittsburgh fans in there seems right. They win all the time, but are still somehow unpleasant.
In before someone says "Lies, damn lies and statistics"
I will say this...IF Michigan wins out, they will make the playoff.
On a related note, IF [insert famous attractive celebrity] says yes to me...
How in the hell can you justify USC being ranked ahead of NW?
Probably would need 2 different teams entering a Conference Title Game both at #12-0.
I want Arkansas to win as much as possible. Imagine if the the SEC West champ loses to Toledo a year after the SEC East Champ lost to Indiana.
If he makes a mistake, and you point out the mistake with reasoned analysis, that's fine. We all agree Urban is an absolutely great coach. But even he makes mistakes. If you say, "I think Urban made a mistake here because of reasons x,y and z", then you're fine. People could disagree with your reasoning, which is also fine. But just saying "Urban is always right" and going no further seems really myopic. Especially since it curtails meaningful discussion, and this is a website specifically designed to discuss sports.
Now, if someone said, "Urban Meyer made a mistake because he stupid", that's a different argument.
Does that make it alright? I am sure other schools boo players as well, so I guess both are OK?
Then what is the point of having a sports related blog/website/message board? You could literally end every argument with this type of thinking. No real point in discussing anything, because we'll just assume that Urban always makes the right decision.
Also, Brady Hoke is a better football coach than any of us using this logic. He had an undefeated regular season at Ball State and won a Sugar Bowl. None of us really should criticize any move he made.
Same thing goes for Bret Bielema, Lane Kiffin and Ron Zook.
Heck, Mark May played college football and many years in the NFL. He was an All American, Pro Bowler and 2 time Super Bowl winner. He knows way more than all of us. He must be beyond reproach as well.
This cannot be considered a valid argument. You could justify every decision every coach has ever made just by saying "He's a coach and you're not".
Yes, if booing is over the line, this is way over the line.
I have very unimaginative food tastes, so I actually do like Pizza Hut and order it about once a month. Will not order again unless they issue an apology.
Or maybe urban should consider what Missouri, Texas a&m did. Move to sec and let's see where he stacks up every Saturday.
So in an e-mail where he talks about how teams outside the SEC would struggle playing an SEC schedule, he mentions 2 teams that started winning more once they moved into the SEC.
So, it was more like a failgate?
Also don't forget that Cooper recruited the vast majority of the 02 NC team. 0% he goes 14-0 with that squad, but still, he left the program in better shape than he found it.
Yes, and it deserves to be his legacy. Had he even won an average clip in those games, he'd be a legend. Instead, he is fairly labeled a "choker".
He still did a decent amount of good.
I'll always defend Cooper, at least in the sense that OSU was a regional program when he took over, and he rebuilt them into a national power. Overall, OSU was elevated during his tenure.
His teams just couldn't beat Michigan or win bowl games.
You really should be ashamed to call yourself an OSU fan and attach your name to this.
Will Clay Travis say the PAC12 is out of the playoffs?
St. Ignatius scored 56 points in regulation.....and lost.
63-56 Mentor. Mentor has a soph QB who is really good. Don't know if he's a good enough athlete to run Urbs offense, but he has a Big Ten arm.
Yankees are a deplorable organization and have extremely arrogant fans. But they own it.
Red Sox are a deplorable organization and have extremely arrogant fans. But somehow they like to think they are the likeable, everyman underdog.
Does anyone know the backstory of Auburn Eagles bombing Texas A&M with toilet paper.
Typical Cleveland luck.
NFL suspends Brady week one so the Steelers don't have to face him.
Geno Smith gets hurt so the Browns don't get to face him.
I remember he trucked Darron Lee in the opening drive of the title game. Obviously, the defense recovered, but he was an impressive freshman.