chance of bowl: 13.6%
These are the latest games I have up:
2003 Illinois (Won 56-14). Chris Perry runs for 3 TD's. Tons of running in this game the week after the comback at Minnesota. Breaston's punt return for a TD also included.
2000 Indiana (Won 58-0). Henson, Terrell, A-Train have a huge day. This Indiana team, led by Antwan Randle-El was kind of like our 2010 team. Averaged 30 points on offense a game but 38 points on defense a game. Somehow our very young defense managed to shut them out.
1986 Ohio State (Won 26-24). Jim Harbaugh's guaranteed victory. Harbaugh throws for 261 yards. Jamie Morris runs for 216 yards. This victory makes Bo the winningest coach in school history. Plus a neat Rocky intro.
It appears Adam "Pacman" Jones is up to his old antics once again. I'm sure glad the Lions steered clear of this guy when he was available.
Arrested after a bar incident overnight, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones said on Twitter Sunday that he wasn't drunk.
“I have a right to my opinion and the bad part I don't drunk,” he tweeted @realpacman24
Damn.... good thing he don't drunk!!! If he was out drunking we would all be in trouble.
Another quote from his twitter account:
REALPACMAN24 ADAm Pacman Jones
It's amazing Rich Rod was able to keep this guy out of trouble at West Virginia.
Evidenced by his booking photo: Not even a neck brace will slow this man down when he is out at the club.
With more new Michigan commits, we're hitting the front page after a hiatus of a couple weeks. Action since last rankings:
7-5-11 Penn State loses commitment from Jarron Jones.
7-6-11 Minnesota gains commitment from Isaac Hayes.
7-7-11 Minnesota gains commitment from Dominic Twitty. Iowa gains commitment from Jaleel Johnson.
7-8-11 Michigan gains commitment from Jarrod Wilson.
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*ESPN doesn't rate JUCOs, so Isaac Fruechte is not included in Minnesota's average.
On to the full data, after the jump:
People have occasionally inquired about an iPad app, but I had always felt that the main site looked fine on the iPad. That being the case, there are still some nice things about an app (easier navigation, access to a lot more posts). Since the code is more or less the same as the iPhone app, and Brian has given me the go ahead, I've cobbled something together.
Here's a quick video of it (if I can get the embed to work, direct link otherwise http://youtu.be/-51tCt4INdg)
I'm looking for a small handful of beta testers. Requirement: have an ipad. Definitely looking for some 1st gen ipad testers.
Email me at elaydin.tech at gmail if you're interested.
Thanks for the quick and healthy response.
I think I have all the testers I need. I'll respond to all those who have responded within a day.
We all know KK is a tentative visitor this weekend with family, in particular Mom. Will this be another two fer weekend?
So according to this piece from the Cleveland Plain Dealer
Ohio State mentioned five self-imposed sanctions in its response to the NCAA:
• Vacating the 2010 season, including the Sugar Bowl win. According to Ohio State, this means the entire 12-1 season, making Ohio State 0-0 last year.
• Vacating the 2010 Big Ten title, originally shared with Wisconsin and Michigan State with a 7-1 conference record.
• Suspending several players for games during the 2011 season, as was originally done in December.
• Seeking and getting the resignation of football coach Jim Tressel.
• Two years of probation.
Now, we all know that vacating wins is standard practice in situations regarding eligibilty of players, but vacating losses seems like a new one to me. What's worse is that it allows Ohio State to not have to claim the loss or the game played in their all-time record. That seems like having their cake and eating it too. Has anyone ever heard of a school vacating its losses? Could schools just start vacating their losses and claim the game never happened for one reason or another? Could Michigan go in and vacate the 2010 OSU loss on the grounds that Ohio State claims the game never happened?
I know there's a tinge of sarcasm in this, but I am trying to figure out if this has precedent.