I thought Ohio was in the B10?
The UGotW presses on irregardlessly. This week featuring hot, hot MAC-tion. Someone at ESPN must have lost a bet, and that bet was "I bet you can't show 4 straight MAC games with a straight face." That was quickly followed by the other guy saying "Oh yeah? Watch this!" So we get this:
As an aside, GIS for "big mac" also gets this:
Which means I'm not looking any further for that image at work. Rule 34 and all.
Tuesday rings in November and week 10 of the NCAA football season with Northern Illinois and Toledo. Both teams are 5-3 and battling for the lead for the MAC west division, with EMU I might add. Edge in this one goes to Toledo for playing without a nickname until 1923, then created one on a whim by a reporter for the student paper. The Daily would be proud.
Wednesday continues the Two Good MAC teams theme, with Temple playing The University of Ohio. Both teams are 5-3, and battling for the MAC east lead. So is this ESPN's new plan? To show hard-fought battles between two plucky, undersized, understaffed teams to show the amateur nature of college athletics? Or, to hype up THE GAME OF THE MILLENIUM: LSU VERSUS ALABAMA!!! THE ALABAMAGEDDON! That is a retorical question.
Moving on, MAC week starts running out of steam on Wednesday with Akron playing Miami (The hockey school, not the football school). Akron is still looking for their first conference win, while Miami just got buffaloed by the Buffalo Buffalo. At least there's an ACC "game" on opposite, FSU versus Boston College. BC has the tiebreaker for worst record in the ACC by virtue of their win against Maryland last week. FSU get the "Deja Vu" award for beating Duke and Maryland by the same score in back-to-back weeks, 41-16. One extra point for the odd 41 and 16 point scores. That's a Brian-level prediction.
Friday ends MAC week with a thud, with Central playing Kent State. Central is last in the Battle For Michigan, an imaginary trohpy I made up for the Michigan directional schools. Eastern won it, with Western taking a solid second. Northern did not play. Now that I've written 1600 words about the MAC, let me say a couple things about Friday's other game: USC versus Colorado. USC may not be as good as they usually are, but CU is worse than usual. Their lone win this year was against rival CSU, and they're hanging around the bottom of most NCAA categories. They are giving up just under 40 points per game. I have a friend who went to CU, and I haven't been able to call him in months.
Saturday will be like a bright, sunshine-y spring day after that week. But, just because they can, Hawaii versus Utah State starts at 12:00 eastern Sunday, making for six straight days of bad football. Hooray Rainbows!
I thought Ohio was in the B10?
I think everyone loves rainbows. Some love them more than others . . .
the big MAC battle is available in 3D!! Couldn't believe ESPN was promoting the game the other day. It's the first game this season in 3D without a BCS conference team playing. And, your Friday USC/CU game is also available in all its 3D glory. Guess I better go get my new TV set for these sweet messes!
for the Directional Michigan MAC schools named, appropriately enough, the Michigan MAC trophy. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michigan_MAC_Trophy
EDIT: Pic (the Michigan MAC is the LP-shaped one on the left, the other is the WMU-CMU Victory Cannon)
So, given how putrid EMU normally is at football, the CMU-WMU game is typically the rare DOUBLE TROPHY GAME?!
An impressive array of your meme prowess, except you used irregardlessly, unless that was deliberate. I can only milhouse you back