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3 teams that own the weasels from up north
At this stage it really doesn't matter because I will be surprised if there aren't further additions to the B10 before kickoff 2014. However I agree with the gentleman who stated that the only thing that matters is that tsun is in our division. This will assure the tenure of The Game.
Kinda confused here. What makes the East stacked? All we can do is prognosticate ahead by only a couple of seasons. Any more than that is just irresponsible.
PSU - Had 4 losses last year. Lose their Moxy QB and other good seniors. Entering an area of FUD (fear, uncertainty, doubt) as they get into the meat of their sanctions.
Sparty - Will probably be somewhere between their 2011 Division Champ team and last year's disappointment. At times, will be OSU biggest competition.
Rutgers - Can field good teams, but i don't see them competing with OSU.
Maryland, Purdue/Indiana - Just not there yet.
TTUN - In all other threads on this site talking about that team, it is consensus that OSU owns them. Please don't tell me that now, all of the sudden, they make the divisions imbalanced.
Let's be real here. OSU (UFM) has set the bar so high, I don't really see that it matters how the divisions are set up, in the short term. After that, who knows? Maybe Coach Hazell makes a competitive team out of Purdue. Maybe Iowa figures out some way to unload Ferentz and bring in someone who lights a fire into that program. We just don't know yet.
"Whatever doesn't kill you...is gonna leave a scar." - MM
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