Seeing as we just came off of a great performance against good ol' Ron Zook, I figured I'd pass along an "Uninformed Zook" meme bank that I came across earlier today. Many of them are pretty funny, but here's one referencing last year's Michigan game:
There's quite a few gems in there across eight pages that had me laughing. Hopefully these start popping up across the interwebs. Share your favorites.
This is would be one way to put the myth (or truth?) of college football conference superiority to a legitimate top-down test. I'm looking at you SEC.
Here's Big 8 vs. PAC 10 all-stars in 1979.
Nebraska, Oklahoma, Colorado, Iowa State players on the same team against USC, UCLA and Washington, etc. players.
edit: link should work now.
Bruce Madej from the Athletic Department tweeted the following link to an interview given by Bo, apparently 10 years before he died and 15 years ago now. The link actually takes you republication of the interniew on the occasion of Bo's death.
Bruce Madej commented in his tweet that he had never seen the interview, which is amazing to me since he has been the PR guy with the athletic department forever.
I thought the interview was very interesting on a variety of topics and thought many of you would enjoy it.
Currently in the midst of a heated debate with a co-worker. Which football do you think travels further (same person throwing each): the original nerf turbor or the nerf vortex? I am strongly in the nerf turbo camp; perhaps it's a personal preference as I often describe the turbo being to me what Lamar Latrell's javelin was to him.
We will be settling this bet next week when we have both items in hand (original turbos no longer sold for some reason, hard to come by).
Lastly, how far do you think Shane Morris could throw each? The mention of Morris makes this relevant to the blog. Got 'em!
is the B1G going back to being a smash mouth running league? Currently the league is running the ball on 60 percent of offensive snaps, a 17 year high.
Good article with lots of interesting facts in the Omaha World-Herald looking at why the B1G and CFB is seeing a revival of a rush oriented style after the rise of all the pass happy offenses. Thought it was worth sharing on the eve of two traditionally run first teams squaring off.