How insanely easy it is to make the NIT tournament? Oh right, so easy the Buckeyes didn't even make that one this year.
Can they still win the NIT National Title if they aren't even invited to play in it?
I would love to see this happen.
Man, I think you're really overvaluing the ACC as a defensive conference. I agree that the big 12 is bad at defense, but there aren't a lot of teams on Clemson's schedule that scream defensive stalwart to me, either.
Well, don't forget that OSU's defense was really only -10 against scum with the pick 6. And one of the TDs against PSU was absolutely not their fault (blocked FG return). Also, take into consideration that they held a team that sent TWO offensives players to the Heisman ceremony to just 24 points (at their place). Just think about that one for a second. And I also think they didn't give up a rushing TD for almost half the season?
Reminds me of the scene in Gladiator when they first come out in the coliseum:
I can only imagine the awe for opposing teams, especially those from the smaller schools.
I'm not worrying about OSU. I said I thought they were in. My point was in regards to scUM. Just because they are #5 this week, does not mean they will be that high next week.
So I guess that's even worse. They played someone and still dropped.
Man, I don't know. A lot of people forget 2014. The committee dropped idle #3 TCU to move #5 OSU into the mix (still don't get Briles' complaint since OSU was ahead of them going into the conference championship games). Just because scUM is #5 this week does not mean they would move into the 4th spot if things ahead of and behind them get interesting. I suppose the same could be said for us at #2, though I still think we are in no matter what happens.
Guy finds ways to win football games. I don't care how it looks.
Dude. Spell check.
Wait, you think a team that lost 14-7 on the road, and 30-23 at home in OT, both to top 5 teams, should be ranked below a team that got demolished at home by one of those aforementioned teams, and also lost to the 18th ranked team at a neutral site by two scores? What has Oklahoma done outside of their two losses that catches the eye better than Wisconsin has? I donno...I think they are both right where they should be.
This was a solid win for a program that most likely would have lost it last year (and maybe even the NCC game as well). There's a long road ahead, but I think Thad's starting to right the ship.
Nice stranger things reference
Well, the problem is that Clemson lost at home to a 5-4 Pittsburgh and they've really skated by in a lot of games. Louisville lost on the road to Clemson and has looked pretty darn good in most of their games.
Agreed with this. Wisconsin's losses are both to top 5 teams, each by a touchdown, one on the road and one in OT. They handled a perennial SEC West power at Lambeau. Yes, they got steamrolled by a hungry OSU last week, but Nebraska took that Wisconsin team to OT at Madison. The Big Ten West isn't nearly as strong as the East, but it deserves more recognition than that.
Did buckloving forget the /s label?
Man, I just about lose it at :35 when the PA announcer says "Delay of game against the Huskers. Penalty is declined!" and the crowd roars.
Look, I go to you. I stick up for you. You no help me now. I say "**** you Jobu", I do it myself.
Roll Tribe! Go Bucks!
Amazing that Cam has the 2nd best net average considering he punts on a short field all of the time.
And he also loves to say "CARDALE JONES"
2012-13: MSU, Wisconsin
2014-15: MSU, Wisconsin, Bama, Oregon
Decided to look it up : )