that is nice bonus change
WLM (Win/Loss Margin) over the past 10 years. A WLM of 0 would be 6-6, +2 would be 7-5, etc.
OSU = 7.9
Wisc = 4.2
U/M = 3.8
Iowa = 3.4
PSU = 2.9
Purdue = 1.2
NW = 0.1
Minn = -0.1
MSU = -.3
Illini = -2.7
Indy = -3.9
Neb = 4.0
U/M, Neb, Iowa, MSU, Minn, NW = 10.9
The Others = 9.6
I'll update this if the divisions change.
Reports are coming out that Bolden was named the starting qb for PSU... this should not surprise anyone.
At least until 7:00, when everything comes out? Look, everyone's trying to get their 15 seconds of fame by posting/ tweeting supposed certainties. They want to be the first to break the news, and who really knows what their sources are? Can we just chill out for like and hour and a half, and when they announce it and we know some things for sure, we can come back and yell and scream.
I'm sick of hearing contradictory stories from supposedly credible sources.
In other news, I'd love it if we didn't post our dream divisions anymore, either. The divisions are decided already, let's just wait and see. Thank you for your cooperation.
Edit: embed fail. Still have the link though.
I didn't see this posted, sorry if it was already
Here's a debate between Adam Rittenberg and Brian Bennett (Big East espn blogger)
I think it's a fair review, Rittenberg doesn't say much about UM's exploits in the secondary, but doesn't also say much about the strenght of Michigan's Dline aside from Mike Martin of course.
I still think Uconn or the entire Big East for that matter doesn't have an idea of how explosive this offense can be (I also find funny that BB talks about Uconn's uptempo offense but doesn't seem to be aware that RR's is just as much if not more hasty)