Here's the breakdown of what to watch:
Nebraska at Minnesota - ABC/ESPN2 (currently 10-0 NU in 1st)
GT at Miami - ESPN (currently 7-0 UM in 1st)
Maryland at FSU - ESPN2/ABC (currently 14-0 FSU in 1st)
Auburn at LSU - CBS (currently 7-0 LSU in 1st)
Full Listings can be found here: discuss and enjoy.
Eric LeGrand, former Rutgers DT who was paralyzed during a game vs. Army on October 17, 2010, was a guest panelist on CBS College Football Today. I'll applaud CBS for bringing him on the show and treating him like any other visiting commentator. Needless to say, I am blown away by Eric's resilience in moving forward with a positive outlook on life. Seemed like his broadcasting skills aren't bad either, as he did some radio for Rutgers recently. Great to see a kid like that in the media as a representative for individuals and families dealing with the challenges of a serious physical injury.
Props to both CBS and Eric for reminding me to take a step back from the ledge of rabid fandom, and I hope all the MGoReaders can do the same for at least a minute during the bye week. Wishing health and sanity to you all after an emotional week for the board.
Just looking to get some opinions from the board, mostly on the msu/wisco game. Do we root for Wisconsin in this game, or not pay much attention to the result? State fans will think you're just upset about losing last week. However, an msu loss helps our case for winning the division. Your thoughts?
Older post I missed with more info, Via justingoblue: http://mgoblog.com/mgoboard/bye-week-implications-division-standings
Per his twitter
Just got in a big accident involving 7 cars on the highway. I swear I have the worst luck, on the field or off
#Michigan commit sets the record straight -- Injured Ringer Supports Team from Sideline
Free Scout link that tells us what is up with Kaleb