I'll probably get beat up for saying that, but I really don't want OSU to be the one to end the 41 year non-losing streak and 33 year bowl streak. I know it would of course be great to be in the position to keep those streaks alive, but it would also bring tremendous pressure and I just don't see Threet and all the freshman rising to the occasion. So lets hope either Purdue, Minn or NW end the streaks, I don't want them to give OSU the satisfaction.
Lets hope we lose before OSU
Yes that would suck OSU beating Michigan (again) and snapping all the streaks. But...what about Michigan winning out and going to a bowl game. How great would that be.
Keep positive!!!!!! I don't want to see Michigan lose to anybody.
Every win still matters. OSU is beatable, especially if it comes down to Pryor's arm.
but this post is horrible. I have said it a few times over the last few days in response to other posts. NEVER, ever, under any circumstances, do you give up on a play, a game, or a season. Come on man. OSU has plenty to brag about over us because of our play vs. theirs lately. The only way to change that is to beat them, not to avoid them having bragging rights by being a worse team. That is like saying its good we lost to Toledo, so that when we lost to MSU we could say they beat a shitty team. That is OUR team.
Okay, I take it back. Is there a way to delete this post before anybody else see it?
Nahh, it's not that bad. We know what you mean. OSU getting to brag they ended the bowl streak sucks, but 6 other teams would have also ended the bowl streak in a sense. Never give up yo.
Ohio State would only be the one to officially end it because they're at the end of the season. I think Toledo is much more responsible for the ending of the streak than the Buckeyes.
In fact far to logical for a buckeye.
Oh, does this post make my head hurt.
I think Michigan matches up pretty well against Ohio State. Well, don't get me wrong, they don't match up that well against anyone, but the weakness of this Michigan defense if the safeties, and Pryor should have trouble exploting that weakness. Add to that that Hartline and Robiskie have underwhelmed, and you get a pretty impotent passing attack.
Sure, Juice burned the Michigan D earlier, but most of his long runs were on spectacular ball fakes, which I doubt Pryor will be able to replicate. If the linebackers can tackle Beanie, and BGraham can force Pryor to make fast (read: wrong) decisions, Michigan has a shot of holding them down. Now, if the offense could only stay on the field...