Ever so quietly, the Indiana Hoosiers have been putting together a spectacular season. 0-6 in the B1G with games left against MSU and Purdue...two teams playing for a lot - the CCG and a bowl game.
Indiana has had a few close games, does anyone know their chances of being one of the worst teams in the past decade or two?
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Thought i would share - insider rumor quotes RR, says he is interested in the job at Miss.
Did mention one thing about Michigan:
"I think I have 10 to 15 years left in coaching and I'm hungrier than I've ever been. We didn't get a chance to see it through at Michigan for various reasons."
Kind of a jab, but doesn't give the full context, so I don't know.
In all 8 wins, we have outpaced our opponent's "points yielded per game" average. Conversely, in our two losses, we failed to score more points than what State and Iowa give up on average. Therefore, the easy conclusion is, we need to score more than 23 points against Nebraska and 19 vs OSU (using today's stat line). Here's a simpleton's chart I put together between my first and second cup of coffee this morning.
Here's more flimsy data: in home games (sans Minnesota cuz they suck and all) we have outpaced our oppenent's defensive average by an average of 8.14 points per game. Therefore, I predict we're going to score 31 points against Nebraska and 27 against the Bucs. Mark it down, Donnie.
I am not a statistician, I don't play one on TV, and I did not stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night. I'm sure you're shocked at all 3 revelations.
Have a good morning and Go Blue!
Mr. O'Shea Jackson says it best.
It was a good day. Let's enjoy it.
RVG deserves a lot of praise for the contributions he has made to Michigan Football. He stay committed through 2 coaching changes, started for 3 years playing everywhere on the D-Line, and worked his butt off. I remember thinking early in his carreer he was a nice player but nothing special. This year he has made numerous big plays and looks like he could be a NFL draft pick. Ryan Van Bergen is a true Michigan Man.