I'm still not sure why we didn't get more consideration for the title after Florida and Florida State split.
Braxton would not have been eligible for the supplemental draft.
I believe the Sparty line is 5.5 and TSUN is 9.5.
You're the best Ramzy, but I'm pretty sure RichRod didn't win his home debut against us.
I don't believe we have the scholarship availability for 2.
We went for 2 after our last TD against Bama, so you can add one more to that.
At the risk of being down voted, be careful arguing with anyone that we have 8 ACTUAL national titles. Penn State did not even get a share of a title in '94, but it's hard to argue they weren't more deserving than we were in '70.
Don't forget TP/Boeckman. That may be the best example of teammates taking sides.
TCU and Oregon both played ok New Year's Eve/Day. I'd rather see teams like that in the top 10 as opposed to the entire SEC West.
Couldn't agree more.
Not sure how you can call last year's team without Melo Trimble the "same Maryland team."
Monday is the night in which the most television sets are turned on in America. Which is why the NCAA prefers to hold both of it's major championships on that night. As far as the time, there is no way they would schedule a major event at 4:30 pacific time on a work day. You're eliminating a large portion of your audience if you do that. I live in the Eastern time zone, so I would always prefer an earlier start, but realistically it's not going to happen.
I figured most people would prefer the Saturday slate for the semi's as opposed to NYE. Saturday seems perfect as most are off work and then can stay up late without having to work the next day. The early game would probably start at 5 eastern (2 Pacific), and a lot of people would miss some of the game (even on the east coast) due to work if it were on NYE.
Those teams all have a fighting chance of winning their conference. Sparty (realistically) does not.
I'm not sure we should be beating May up too much for this. This is a weekly article he writes for the Dispatch and "what went wrong" is a part of th article every week. Even after a 66-0 game, he still tries to find something to touch on.
Despite losing to Louisville last time we played them, I was still pretty happy from the night before.
I'd say the 2009 Fiesta Bowl was just as winnable. One of 2 really tough losses to take against that school.
I'm sure this will earn me lots of down votes as it seems to go against popular opinion on this site, but I always cheer for the B1G aside from TSUN. I'll be rooting hard for Bucky to cut down the nets. The conference could really use a national title.
Technically yes for now. But we are all even in the loss column. Iowa has two more games after today and we only have one. Hopefully Purdue can pull this out.
Unfortunately we don't hold the tiebreaker over Iowa, but we do over Nebrasketball.
Thanks for bringing up the students idiotic chants at Aaron White. I was embarrassed for them.
He should petition to get back in the top ten since Jake was a receiver last year
Both of those guys are currently juniors. Wouldn't be here until the season after next. Still would have a good point guard to get them the ball, the need for a big man, and hopefully a top 5 team as well though.
Good write up Kyle. The only thing that may need fixed is that you said the worst seed m*chigan could get was 4 in the article, but said 5 below.
My dad, brother, and I have gone to every Big Ten Tournament since 2006 and it's easily my favorite weekend of the year. I would highly recommend it to any Big Ten basketball fan. Plus it wouldn't hurt to have a few more folks in scarlet and gray there.
We're 2 point dogs
IU students are notorious for giving it to great players that leave their state. Oden and Conley never played their, but there are plenty of examples of players they have laid into. DT being one, and Gary Harris being the most recent.