"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
Bama a unanimous no. 1 of course; Oregon moves up to 2nd with Ohio 3rd and ND falling to fourth. Good to see ND fall multiple places after that lambasting. I think we can all agree an Alabama vs. Oregon title game would have been much more interesting than the one we got... oh well.
Michigan is the only team with 5 losses to make the final poll. Glad to get some respect seeing as we had a mighty tough schedule and 4/5 of our losses were quite close. But close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades and we were 0-5 against ranked opponents. Definitely proud of our team, and a lot of it was just balls not bouncing our way, but this season was clearly a letdown. Here's hoping Gardner & co. can make a statement in 2013, and most importantly beat Ohio. As always, Go Blue!
No. We didn't win the big title.
No. We aren't national champions.
But finally, we're looking at an off season in which we can sit around and ask the serious question:
WHAT KIND OF DAMAGE ARE WE GONNA DO NEXT YEAR?
Have a great off season, bloggers. Can't wait to watch those winged helmets burst out of the tunnel on August 31st.
And I ain't talkin about the rose bowl.
600 comments is probably a bit much heading into the half. Scrolling up to the top to refresh is just crazy now, and will be miserable if this gets anywhere near Outback Bowl thread territory.