Nebraska and Purdue appear to be making real progress...
The B1G West is gonna be tough.
Purdue especially. What's going on over there?
Lifetime vs. UM: L 8-1, C 7-0, T 4-0
Brohm is the magic elixir. They cannot afford to let him go.
Brohm will be at Louisville next year. He's too hot of a commodity for his alma mater to not go get him now after the horrible season Petrino is having.
I thought I heard about Petrino having a massive buyout that could delay his inevitable firing.
Brohm is almost a shoe-in to be at Louisville next season with the way the cards are falling (and most likely his brother who is the offensive coordinator at Purdue will be going with him). My bet is Fickell will be considered for the Purdue job if Brohm leaves. Whether he decides to take it, who knows. He may carry too much loyalty to OSU to ever coach at another B1G school but it would be a solid career move for him.
Iowa and Wisconsin are going to be afterthoughts very soon at this rate.
I'm not around that much, running exhausted and lost...
Iowa is never an afterthought...until Buckeyes get revenge.
"Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed, is more important than any other one thing." - Abraham Lincoln
Purdue adding some serious playmakers to their offense.
Keep fighting CalPoppy
Brohm is quite the man in Louisville-Purdue has to be getting nervous what w/ Petrino being a hot mess at L'vlle this year.
Yeah...Milton is going a long way just to avoid Brohm being his coach next year
New Day for OSU. Same noon for TTUN.
If Milton is only committing to Purdue because of Brohm then there's a good chance he might be following him to Louisville next season if he goes there (like the Kyle Young/Chris Holtmann situation here).
Got to say, was a pretty good video. Minus the outcome of course
Brohm is going to leave a talented roster behind when he leaves for Louisville in a year or two
Exactly this (although my money isn't on Louisville, but maybe an Auburn, USC, or FSU, or Miami). Brohm is a damned good coach (which we all knew). He's going to make great progress at Purdue and then get picked up by a bigger school.
Said it in the other thread, I am happy we are not playing Purdue in the next two seasons. We will see them next in the Shoe in 2021.
Fields of Dreams
It’s ok, we didn’t want him anyways
Thank you for the reassurance.
Boy, Wisconsin better step it up on the recruiting trail because the teams they were pounding the last few years are starting to get some ballers.
Urban Meyer left an incredible legacy. 12/4/18 Ryan Day begins his.
Wisconsin will still be Wisconsin. They still have beat Miami FL, LSU, Auburn, and USC over the last few years. Really should be 2-0 over LSU
“My people are a peaceful people, we cannot protect ourselves.”
”My people are not peaceful, we will protect you.”
Not to mention they have one of the top QB prospects in the country in Graham Mertz coming in. Wisky is going to be a scary team on offense during the years that Mertz starts for them (think the one-hit wonder that was Russell Wilson).
Was hoping the Bucks would step up their pursuit of Wright but he never seemed to be a realistic option. Bell might be the only WR possibility for 2019 now unless they circle back on Raphael from Solon.
Good for the B1G! I can’t wait to see the battles between some of these programs in the future. Wisconsin/Nebraska is going to develop into a great rivalry here in a few years