I start this by saying that I hope none of you work for Comcast. Anyways, I have quite a few college football games torrented from the 2011 season including all of Michigan’s and a few other games I wanted to see. I got all of the torrents from MGoVideo & Pirate Bay, but I wanted to see if there are any other good places to torrent football games. My buddy says he came across a site that torrented exclusively football games, but he can’t remember the name of the site so I turn to you to see if any of you do. And if that was completely made up, are there any other sites fellow torenters, like yourselves go to, and would care to recommend?
Sorry these are only links, but I posted this in an earlier thread asking someone to embed the videos.
Does anyone with inside info know who the jokesters on the current team are? I'm always interested. I mean, I know Pipkins does impressions and Lewan is known to be a goof off the field, but do we have any Everitt types these days?
Among his high jinks: Three years ago, as a freshman, Everitt scaled the hills of Hollywood to hang from the Hollywood sign. He once wore a string bikini to a winter-conditioning workout.
That from a very old Seattle Times article about the upcoming '93 Rose Bowl.
Slow day on the board to be posting CBS Sports links, but Michigan checks in at #9 in Jerry Palm's preseason rankings. The real reason I posted this is that it includes a strength of schedule ranking. Amongst top 25 rated teams, the B1G members have the top four toughest schedules.
Teams of note (SOS in parethesis):
3. Alabama (46)
9. Michigan (3)
12. Wisconsin (44)
14. Michigan State (2)
15. Ohio State (5)
20. Nebraska (6)
27. Notre Dame (1)
Palm's rankings are produced by his own computer formula, but I find it highly ironic that the SEC's power teams, who are perceived to face much more daunting schedules, lag behind the B1G in SOS ranking on an SEC-slanted network.