no, YOU'RE off topic
- Northwestern 21, #13 Iowa 17
- #7 Wisconsin 83, Indiana 20
- Minnesota 38, Illinois 34
- #17 Missouri 38, #24 KSU 28
- Notre Dame 28, #14 Utah 3
- #16 Oklahoma 45, Texas Tech 7
- #9 OSU 38, Penn St. 14
- #20 VT 26, North Carolina 10
- #2 Auburn 49, Georgia 31
- #3 TCU 40, San Diego St. 35
Games of note this evening:
- #23 South Carolina @ #22 Florida, 7:15
- #19 Mississippi St. @ #12 Alabama, 7:15
- #6 Stanford @ Arizona St. (Threet), 7:30
- #1 Oregon @ Cal, 7:30
Well, it was ugly, but revenge has been served again this year. This time, it was "rival" Purdue and infamous handshaker Danny Hope who suffered the wrath of Michigan's.....defense!?
Anyway, that's 2 paybacks this year, and there's still room for 2 more. Enjoy the win folks, because Michigan has it's first winning season under RichRod! Go Blue!
At the beginning of the year, most of us predicted 7-5
Most of us also predicted losses to Wisc. and OSU to finish the season.
Meaning most of us thought we'd be 7-3 at this point in the year.
For all the drama, all the weeping and gnashing of teeth, all the calling for RR's head, right now we're exactly where most of us thought we would be at this point.
Just pointing that out.
Also, fun fact: We are 3-0 in the state of Indiana this year.
Let's give it up to the much maligned defense. They kept us in the game with 5 forced TO's and giving up only 244 yards of total offense, with Mike Martin and Mouton riding the bench nonetheless. Not the prettiest win, but a win is a win. Keep the faith. Go Blue!
!. he makes questionable decisions on returns. 2. He fumbles. 3. He hasn't shown any real ability to break either punt or kickoff returns. I won't criticize any further, he is trying his best. But what do the coaches see that we don't?
Michigan's second offensive drive. Denard tackled on a second down run about the 8 yard line. Purdue players clearly throw punches in the pile.
Quality coaching. Quality guy.