Tony Posada is on the rise, looks like another stellar find. Just a week or so ago Tony was ranked as the 64th ranked OT per Scouts. He is now listed as the 40th ranked OT. It's nice to see another U of M commit getting some love from Scout. Just proves that RR and staff know talent when they see it. Go Blue!
From additional articles it seems likely to be Wisconsin but who knows.
Every Iowa snap except the first one (joined in progress), the sneak at the end of the 1st half and everything after the Avery whiff.
The ND Nation board is the Bizarro world. Instead of looking for reasons for optimism, they outline scenarios in which Brian Kelly can become a "dead man walking," thus allowing them to hire that home-run coach who is sitting patiently by the phone...
So BlogPoll is awesome, and I like that it has accountability, rules, and people who seem to watch/analyze/investigate a lot of games.
I was wondering if anyone else had a poll idea that they really would love to see and why they think it would work.
Mine has always been to give it to the Sports Information Directors/Departments of the schools. They're generally the ones filling out the ballots for the coaches poll anyway, so why not just label it what it is?
Another notion which I would need to tinker with would be the Steele metric. The idea is that you find a bunch of people, people who depend on information analysis of college football, to put together their ballots based on both what it says on paper and what they saw. Maybe it wouldn't come out until Wednesday, but the idea would be that they would be more likely to have seen some things beyond the highlights.
Adam Jacobi of Black Heart, Gold Pants also had an interesting idea for overhauling the coaches poll which I encourage you to check out if you get a chance.