Alright, so, my neighbors are big time buckeyes. Like, fathead helmet in their garage. The works. They're actually really nice, and even usually know a thing or two about M football when we chat. They're also the extremely rare successful buckeye. They clearly make way more than my wife and I, and they really like stuff. Which is like, who can blame them? Stuff is awesome.
Anyhow, yesterday, they had a home theater delivered and installed from Best Buy (lol at needing Geek Squad, yeah, whatever). A beautiful piece of electronics, let me tell you. They requested it delivered yesterday so it would be working perfect for kickoff tonight.
Question.... is there any way to use this against them? They are nice and gracious, but they are Buckeyes, and therefore must be destroyed.
I can't wait to see Brock walk out of the tunnel Saturday.
Regional Coverage Map has finally been released. Couldn't find it on ESPN website yet, but it is available here:
Eventually, this ESPN site will link to an "official" coverage map:
Let your opinion be known.
"Do you like the way the divisions are set up?"
Vote on the Big Ten Network's main page:
You can't teach speed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ueAQJUieGI
They did announce it, but since there still seems to be a lot of questions on it, it's as follows:
-Conference Record (Good for The Game having meaning in winning your division)
In case of Multiple team tie:
-Collective head-to-head record among tied teams (I would think the old "if one team beat the other two, they go; or if two beat the 3rd, eliminate that one, and go back to previous tie-breaker)
-Division Record (probably after true round robin)
-BCS Component (which is like the first tie-breaker after head to head in the Big 12, isn't it?)