I may just take the 30 minute drive to Louisville for that game. Tickets start at about $25 on Stubhub. I think I could handle that for Tom Herman.
I was reading the movie description and thinking "This sounds more like a Nick Cage role." Glad you cleared that up!
It seems like every other number is taken, so 87 yards.
222 yards for Zeke.
Edit: How did I get here? I have made a horrible mistake.
As a real note, I kind of like the infinite iterations of Oregon uniforms.
In true. Price is Right style, I'm going with 1 yard.
I see what you did there DJ, and I like it.
That was a clean hit from the pee wee player. He totally got all of the side of the shoulder pad!
Thanks for adding another record that I now have to buy to earn more hipster cred.
Also, Ella's Sunshine of your Love may not be on spotify, but it is on Rhapsody. So that's good for those of you, like me, whose in-laws do crazy things like pay for music subscriptions.
I would love to see a home and home with the Louisville home game played at Papa John's stadium. I live and work in Louisville, so I have some selfish reasons for wanting the game played down here. I'd love to get to a game without driving 4+ hours.
I downvote Kansas.
I agree, the stable of running backs may split the load so much that even if Braxton gets less yards the other guys won't top his numbers.
As far as your question goes, that's a tough one. I could see Rod Smith or Jordan Hall taking the most yards. I still think that Rod Smith will be starting by the end of the season, but its so hard to tell.
I think if they go out and win the BCS title this year RDS is gone. I believe we would all be fine with this.
With Kehres out of coaching maybe my Alma Mater can win a few OAC matchups. Go Crusaders!
I generally root for Michigan State. I don't have a good reason, I just want them to win with the obvious yearly exception.
I love the buckeye leaf for beating Michigan. It's a little detail that goes a long way.
Totally true, M Man. It takes a lot of luck to go undefeated. There was so much luck in the 2002 season. It's really hard to win that many games in a row. It's true, but it doesn't make it any less amazing.
I still have some residual hate from the Bielema years, but This definitely washes some of that away. Wisconsin has moved from "ugh, I hate them" back to "oh yeah, Madison seems alright."
"Obviously we got some acceptance [with Legends and Leaders], but not as much as we would have liked."
Where was this acceptance...and to whom was it obvious?