Tennessee is not recruiting well just because they got 18 dudes
There are a lot of pictures this week because of the blowout. A lot of guys played that wouldn't normally be on the field so I tried to include them. Hope you all enjoy! Go Blue!!
Photo #5 from today's Battle for the Little Brown Jug: http://www.mgoblue.com/view.gal?id=102557
#20 TCU loses
#16 South Florida crushed by Pitt
#15 Baylor loses
#14 Texas A&M picks up second loss
#10 South Carolina loses
1 of #11 VT vs #13 Clemson loses
possible (likely) #12 Florida loses to #3 Alabama
edit: also one of #7 Wisconsin vs #8 Nebraska
I think for sure we jump South Florida, Baylor, Texas A&M and end up in the #15 range. I also think we probably should be considered one of the top 15 teams. If Nebraska loses bad, we could jump them as well.
Well, the torrent for the game from this afternoon is up at MGoVideo:
Let's start in the Illinois/NW game - trouble with the embed, so here's the link to Doc Saturday: http://rivals.yahoo.com/ncaa/football/blog/dr_saturday/post/Video-No-the-coast-was-not-clear-for-Illinois-?urn=ncaaf-wp7203
I will also add Mark May's comments regarding Michigan's win over Minnesota:
"Michigan shut somebody out on defense? Greg Robinson wasn't up there calling those plays on defense, then."
This is your open thread for Nebraska's first Big 10 game and any other action you care to watch.
I'm off to re-read the Eleven Warriors LiveBlog. Buckeye tears have been so rare for so long that we shouldn't pass up any opportunity to enjoy them. Combined highlights for both teams included 7 of 30 3rd down conversions, 106 total rushing yards, 3 turnovers, 17 points, and 16 punts. Both teams have good defenses, but ugh, what a mess.