“On the offense last year, they had great spacing. That’s what I remember. Great spacing, great shooters, like Nik Stauskas, who’s not there right now. But they always have someone to fill the roles. They have a cutting offense, kind of hard to guard.”
Does that shirt look familiar? Should Chait have given mgoblog credit for using the picture?
Nestled on top of the heap, Denard sleeps soundly tonight, assured that come Saturday afternoon he will dazzle the national audience with another 500+ DenYard performance.
Note that Pryor is footnoted for his six TD's in a Tressel production of "Lets Run Up the Score on a Helpless MAC Team So That OSU Gets Some Style Points and Pryor can Pad Some Stats".
Incredible that Denard gets no love for his 12 minutes of work and 225+ QB rating performance.
This story and video are evidence that there are good people out there who do the right thing. After seeing what happened with Brock against Uconn, the kid with Autism draining all those threes, and the college softball player that was carried around the bases I think that this is another story to see the positives going on around us.
Okay, hate to be that guy, but I've got a business trip to Toronto this weekend, and I blocked my schedule for the game but have no idea how to watch it. I have lived in Canada for a couple years in the past, and college football is not covered well at all, understandably I guess. This game is listed only as ESPNU right now which does not bode well for me.
Is anyone going to to Bloomington, Indiana for the game on friday or saturday? I have 2 tickets to the game that I can not return. I am looking for a ride from Ann Arbor to Bloomington and back and can split gas or whatever. If you, or anyone you know, is going to the game, PLEASE LET ME KNOW!!!!
Thanks a million!
Email me at: sawenet at gmail dot com
This was a topic of some debate here after the first week, so I thought that readers would be interested in Dr Saturday's take on the whole Boise St debate (i.e., should they be in the natl championship conversation), which to me should be the final word until things change:
The real debate should be about why college football has a championship structure that forces us into the unnecessary debate over the merits of a wildly successful upstart at all, when every question could be settled beyond a doubt with actual football instead of conjuring up make-beieve scenarios. As usual, the final answer is: The BCS sucks.