This week the defense was incredible allowing 0 points and 0 yards! However, the offense really struggled as they couldn't get even get a single yard or point against BYE. Here's to hoping for a better offensive display next week.
|7:00 PM||UNLV at BYU|
|7:15 PM||No. 9 Auburn at No. 15 Georgia|
|7:30 PM||Missouri at No. 24 Texas A&M|
|7:30 PM||Texas at Oklahoma State||FOX|
|8:00 PM||No. 3 Florida State at Miami (FL)|
|8:00 PM||No. 12 Michigan State at Maryland||BTN|
|8:00 PM||No. 17 LSU at Arkansas|
|8:00 PM||South Florida at SMU||CBS Sports Network|
|10:00 PM||North Texas at UTEP||FOX Sports 1|
|10:15 PM||San Diego State at Boise State|
|10:45 PM||No. 6 Arizona State at Oregon State|
Anyone thinking that today is the nail in the coffin, and Pellini gets canned at the end of the season?
They have a gaudy record, but, they aren't the program they want to be. Nebraska can't seem to win the toughest games on their schedule -- and, frankly, they get drubbed when they try. The Badgers utterly pwns them right now, the last couple of head to heads have been embarrassing. Getting run over like that... Nebraska fans must be seething. I'd say something like "seeing red" but well you know.
Hitting home more, is Nebraska a competitor of ours for coaches? Like if Stoops were to leave OU (obviously a "big if"), would Nebraska be more attractive than UM? Think of the delicious irony there. Obviously Harbaugh(s) and Mullen aren't really more like to go to Nebraska than UM, but maybe some of our other candidates might see the two equally. For instance Tom Herman -- why not go to Lincoln, get out of Urban's shadow (different division)?
Damn. He had
University of Michigan commit Mike Weber rushed for 404 yards and five touchdowns on 32 carries in Cass Tech's 48-35 win over Chippewa Valley Saturday for the Division 1 regional title.
Weber was not ready for his prep career to end, and his play demonstrated that. The senior tailback burst past defenders early and often, totaling 10 rushes that resulted in double-digit gains.
Battling cramps late in the first half, Weber gulped a bottle of mustard, a method his father taught him.
Four of Weber's five touchdowns came on massive runs. His lowest output for a score was a 6-yard rush on his third carry of the game. The other four were on rushes of at least 44 yards.
After the game, Cass Tech coach Tom Wilcher was asked where Weber ranks amongst the elite running backs that played in the Detroit Public School League. The answer was simple.
"Probably one of the best we've ever had in the PSL," Wilcher said. "There's a long history of backs. I can only say right now, in this period of time right here, I know Mike's probably the best running back that we had in the last 20-30 years."
2 really good games on tap - the big one down south and we should have a very good game up in Madison. Time to see if Nebraska is a fraud. Would be nice if NW could make ND sweat for a half or something.
For the 2nd year in a row, Florida players have been caught on film blocking each other. I posted a thread last year about this phenomenon which can be found HERE
Here is this year's occurence:
At least Michigan isn't this bad?