It's the last 100 years, so I'm guessing 1916.
A lot of the fans only bring it when it's a night game or against a Top 10 team. It's disappointing. If you want to have one of the best atmospheres in football, you have to be loud for every game, even against unranked teams. I don't understand it either.
Dirtiest school in collegiate athletics. It probably won't happen, but I hope they get hammered.
It wouldn't surprise me though either
I can't stand it. It's ESPN not the discovery channel. They just need something to fill time so I think that's why they do it.
The media won't let this story go. I thought it was common sense. Honestly, I don't know why they're wasting time studying the effects of playing. Everyone knows there can be health consequences. Instead they should spend more time researching how to make equipment safer, if possible. If people are willing to accept the risks, they should be allowed to play. They can't force people to stop playing. It's no different than smoking. Everyone knows it can be dangerous, but if people want to do it they should be allowed to do it. Constantly telling people it's dangerous gets annoying after awhile.
15-8 still sucks. So no they shouldn't get in. A 9-10 conference record is pathetic no matter what conference you play in.
Sounds like something Chuck Norris would do.
I feel for her, but that settlement seems ridiculously high. I also don't see how it's the hotels' fault this happened.
They could play one of the east coast bowls at 1 and then the other at 8:30. It'd be a little weird playing a semi that early in the day, but it would make it work if the Rose won't budge. I'd rather have that than NYE playoff games.
Don't we have enough gimmicks already. Just show the damn game from a normal angle.
I hate them and wish people would stop calling them sports (they're not and never will be). Other than that, I hope it's just a fad that fades away, but it probably won't.
I wish they'd change the instant replay rules. It's used way too excessively. It should only be used on turnovers and touchdowns. If a coach wants to review something else, he should have to use a challenge. I've see too many games where the action gets stopped every 10 minutes cause they're tying to determine if a guy caught a 5 yard pass.
Hopefully something will come out of this for once. I'm tired of other schools getting off the hook on this stuff.
Crush? Come on man. I think they're in the same class as those teams, but there's no way they'd dominate them.
I thought it'd be low scoring. Can't believe those defenses gave up that much.
I hope not. We need a rubber match between Saban & Urban.
I feel the same way about music. I never buy digital only albums unless if the physical copy is ridiculously expensive for some reason. Listening to a CD in my car sounds way better than plugging in my ipod.
If you want the bowls to be better, make the bowl eligibility requirement be 8-4 and scrap half of them. Then get rid of the conference allegiance requirement for the bowl selections. Rose should have #1 B1G vs. #1 Pac-12. If that can't happen for some reason, then they should select the best available matchup. This year's Rose reminded me of 2008 when USC got to tee off on the B1G's runner-up, who had no business being in that game to begin with. Honestly though, I think this season was probably just an aberration. Still way too many bowls, but I doubt that will ever change.
I disagree with you on hands and speed. I always thought Marshall had some of the best hands on the team. Dude made some great catches during his time here. He seems pretty quick to me too. I really wish he was staying.
And of course, the obligatory SEC chant. I don't get it and I never will.
Yeah, I thought he should have gotten it too. Henry's great, but he just grinds out yards. He's not really a flashy big play guy like McCaffrey. If Henry didn't get so many carries, his stats wouldn't be as great as they look.
I'd say losing Bosa offsets any guys they had out. Let's call it a wash.
The B1G's been all over the place this bowl season. They have some solid wins and some awful losses. I'll be satisfied if PSU can win tomorrow, bringing the record to 2-2 against the SEC.
I think OSU is at least #3. Pollsters will probably put them 4th though behind Stanford.