Um thanks, I think.
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Didn't know if anyone else heard the show this morning, but Sam said that the guys with the afternoon show looked back 17 years and found 4 times that UM/OSU would have played twice in a season. They used this as ammo for the argument behind keeping the teams in separate divisions but still playing the last week of the year. Thought that was pretty interesting.
I could live with us being in different divisions if we were to play the last week, but I don't see the league ever going for that. Backing that is probably a losing proposition.
I think the only realistic way we can continue playing the last week is if we're in the same division. That's what our "campaign" needs to endorse. If some of us are calling for UM/OSU to be in the same division and some are calling for separate divisions, that divides the campaign and gives them an excuse to stick with the separate division/October game plan.
* Just sayin'
I'll fix it.
The chances that the loser of the OSU-UM game is knocked out of the CCG are much higher than the chances of a rematch. Especially with Nebraska and PSU split as well. The CCG would probably be the winners of the OSU-UM game and the PSU-NU games.
must love the reasoning behind all of this. Little sis' is too hammered to care.
Every time I look at an Oregon football jersey I gain a greater appreciation for Adidas