Other than 2011 Michigan has sucked since 2008. For the sake of the Big 10 it's time for them to get it together. It just isn't the same Michigan week without a strong Michigan team to play.
Bert up on Ole Miss 7=0
I don't know, there are people projecting us at #4 right now and there are still 3 weeks to go. Of course if we lose it is over, but I hope there isn't a scenario where we end up #5.
Best Comment on the board today so far!
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Worst weather games I have been to...1982 Wisconsin, 1991 Iowa, 1995 Illinois
Ohio State - 28 or more points is historically one of the best bets in history, something like over 75 percent. You have to take it when it comes up!
I wonder how many ESPN employees vote in the AP poll. I also wonder if they are "told" how to vote by thier bosses, or maybe they just "understand" the best way to vote to make their own situation better. This system blows worse than back in the '70's when at least people seemingly voted who they thought were the best teams
Worst, most delusional fanbase in all of sports
Dammit, AND William and Mary beat Delaware too...
I woke up this morning expecting to hear about a fat coach being fired, but this is not the one I was thinking of!
I found it interesting that just as I was asking myself Who the hell is Kevin Carter? ESPNU felt the need to put up his bio, so I guess I am not the only one asking that question!
I don't want to jinx it, but it appears the B1G is not shitting the bed this week. I guess that is something.
There is something strange about double digit years, the Buckeyes have tended to have their worst seasons in them. The 3 last losing seasons were in double digit years, '66, '88 and '11. "99 was a 6-6 campaign and '00 was lackluster enough that the coach was fired. Only '77 stands out as OK, and even that year ended with a 35-6 drubbing at the hands of Alabama, that STILL has not been avenged 37 freaking years later. Sorry to be such a downer but last night's game completely blew.
As long as they don't refer to him as a "hurtin buckaroo" I will be OK with it/
1984 vs Illinois was the last time the goalposts came down at Ohio Stadium, That's how much the crowd was fired up about that comeback!
I think he got lost in the grass somewhere.
At the end of the 1999 Sugar Bowl it is interesting to see that the Big 10 went 5-0 in bowls to lead all conferences, the SEC went a paltry 2-4, Ahh the good old days, but not so long ago after all.
AMWAY?? is the sponsor of the new trophy...that's not encouraging at all.
With the game being at noon and me having to work it is almost like the team did not even make the tournament this year. This season reminded me of the Eldon Miller years, one and done was the top of the achievement ladder for the most part after the Ransey/Willaims/Kellogg team moved on.
My first reaction to this is NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! My second is, are we sure it is MINOR surgery? Then my third is, this explains the Orange Bowl loss. Too bad Urban didn't at least give Kenny G a series or two, I wonder if the pick at UM had anything to do with that decision at all?