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now we no why. nice offensive pass interference. geezzz .....not too obvious.......
"according to a source familiar with the goings on behind the doors of the WHAC,there is absolutely no panic.Actually, quite the contrary."
Uh oh...plenty of time for both these games to get ugly.
hell, if the big ten can win a total of 3 or 4 games that is a success-considering a lot thought they might not win one. lol
Nebraska RT summoning his inner JB Shugarts
Cleveland Orchestra Baby!! World's greatest!! The Brown's wet dream is to be them. The Ohio State University-Where the Illibuck Lives!
Stick a fork in Nebraska, they're done!!
The biggest difference I'm seeing between Georgia/Nebraska and South Carolina/Michigan is talent. Both Georgia and South Carolina's players are making insane plays while the B1G teams aren't.
Couldn't agree more. It all goes back to coaching/recruiting. No reason B1G teams can't get those guys.
but yet when georgia beats another SEC team it isn't a question of talent. weird....
not arguing your over all point. but some of it is perception. why is it even close if the talent level is so lopsided?
Perception is HUGE in college football. With the SEC, it's also backed up on the field.
MSU beat Georgia last year. No one remembers one game here and there. Games like PSU and SCum against Bama stick out because they were non-comptitive. Our two noncompetitive NC games stick out.
If we want to change perception, the B1G will need to make a statement by playing close and beating the SEC in BCS bowls. More specifically, the B1G needs to win NCs. Even if the B1G has a winning record against the SEC, if Bama wins the NC game, the take home point will be that SEC dominance continues and the SEC played down to their opponents.
how can that guy not make that sack? worried about throwing him down him- all he had to do is secure. stupid...
bad tackling is destroying michigan;s chances. not talent!!! lol
Michigan let South Carolina's backup QB beat them.
nice going mich. embarrass the big ten further.
Thank god for northwestern lol.
Michigan sucks...I knew that.
that was a hail mary. lol at michigan. they had the game....
Wisconsin has to come thru...this is embarrassing.
god, I hate spurier....
The B1G has represented far better than I thought honestly.
Talent won the day for the SEC.
Only wins matter in big boy ball.
maybe wisky can bring one home.
that would make 3 wins for the big. not bad all things considered. NE and UM did not embarrass.
Sure but it's not embarrassing.
when you look at the match ups, it isn't that bad.. these were TERRIBLE match ups for the big ten. NE and Michigan did not embarrass. my team is 12-0, so what is there to be embarrassed about? maybe if you are a purdue fan..........lol
But when you consider that two of the conference's best teams arent playing.... yeah. This has not been a horrific showing by the big ten.
My feelings exactly. I thought Nebraska would stink up the place. Michigan played at least as well as I thought. Was hoping they would pull the upset, Purdue should have never even been at a bowl. NW was the only close match up. I have no idea how Wisky will do. So many variables with their crazy season, coaching changes, blowing out Nebraska. I look for a close game, but nothing would surprise me.
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