Michigan wins (of course) 42-17.
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Michigan wins (of course) 42-17.
Michigan wins 46-17.
Glory to THE_KNOWLEDGE!
That is all!
42-14. Go blue!
49-24. Go Blue
Future THE KNOWLEDGE PROTEGE
Over and out!
45-17. We win and make a field goal.
Michigan 49 - 24
49-31 - I'm really just going to be happy if we keep them under 4 TDs...
Michigan with 6 TDs. BGSU with 2 TDs, 4 FGs. We rack up the most points in the 2nd quarter, and bring in the reserve QBs for the 1st (at most 2nd) possession of the 3rd quarter.
UM 33 BGSU 17
52-34, we will get a field goal dammit!
37 - 21
I think after last weeks debacle on D, I really think the D puts the smack down on BG. Won't they be without their starting QB? I like out D to shut them out or at the least allow a single FG.
Michigan - 69
BG - 0 maybe 3 at the most
45 - 21 for Michigan
49-7, the D comes through with 2 or 3 turnovers.
45 - 20 Michigan
Michigan 45 - 9
What is this, Price is Right rules?
M 34-26 BG
63-27 our boys gotta be pissed.
Bowling Green 17
That's my guess...
M 51 BG 17
I'm confused because MANY of these predictions seem to include at least one made FG by a UofM kicker.
Could be missed PAT's
Michigan wins 56-55
UM 56 (7 TDs, 7 2pt conversions)
BG 55 (8 TDs, 7 PATs, 1 missed 2 Pt conv going for the win on the road)
you are being sarcastic, because only a troll or pathological-sky-is-falling-let's-displace-my-personal-issues-onto-college-football-to-justify-my-lack-of-self-worth asshat thinks that BG is going to score 8 TD's against our defense.
It's one thing to be disappointed in the product on the field and demand improvement, it's another to become consumed by a lack of self-confidence that manifests itself in laughably childish end-of-days scenarios.
Anyone who plays organized sports knows that emotion plays a big part in winning, and our guys obviously came out with a lack of intensity/focus last week. I talked to Craig Roh after the UMass game and he was very upset and disappointed at what happened. Our defense may not be great, but they are a bunch of intelligent, motivated athletes who want to represent UM as best they can.
Assuming that UMass was not only the norm, but the first in a step of cascade of weekly collapse to the point that BG scores 8 TDs displays the following:
- A lack of 'big picture' perspective on the nature of high-level competitive athletics
- A lack of understanding re: the roles emotion/mindset play in determining an outcome
- Belligerent belief that our defensive players, coaches & scheme patently 'suck' and are incapable of playing any defense, making any improvements or making any adjustments
- No understanding of BG's team and current personnel issues and how they present an undeniably more favorable matchup for our young defense
- An apparent fixation/desire to 'hedge one's bets' and assume the worst, rather than hope for the best and potentially feel disappointment
- No real emotional investment, faith or excitement about a team of young men working 40+ hours a week to improve other than a desire to 'bask in the reflected glory' of their success and cut them down when they fail
If you were being sarcastic, or just being a 'Dix' for the sake of being 'Dix', disregard this post and apply it to the real asshats who DO feel this way.
If this is your actual opinion, even though you select UM to win, I think most people would prefer you go root for another team rather than assuage your craving for reflected glory as a piss-in-the-punchbowl negative fan.
With all the love of the Universe, even when we disagree-
So, you're not upset at my insult of our kicking game?
Dude this is football not Dr. Phil.
The words "self" and "worth" should never appear consecutively on this board. Ever.
49 - 20 Michigan.
Michigan wins 52-13
AND A FIELD GOAL IS MADE
I say 38-20 and we make a 35 yard field goal and the BIG HOUSE goes nuts or atleast i will
Michigan 56 -17 BGSU - Backups give up long TD in the 4th.
Cant stop Denard, defense plays better.
Michigan 35 Bowling Green 17
38-10 Michigan. Book it.
UM 49 - BG 20
Book it beotches.
M wins 40-16
M 48 - BG 17
49 - 12 Michigan
No field goals by M, maybe a few by BGSU. Also, while not trying to run up the score, Tate and Devin want to show what they can do in the second half.
With our kicking game, all predictions should be in multiples of seven, possibly minus one point for a missed PAT.
UM 148 - 67 BGSU
So let it be written. So let it be done.
We miss another field goal.
Devin Gardener scores his first TD
59-14 Michigan, and Jack Kennedy gets a td
M 42 - BG 20.
43=17 Good Guys in winged helmets.
NCAA 11 said so.
Two field goals! Haza
is never close.
Michigan 66 BG 10
Like the round numbers and all that.
Michigan wins 42-10
Denard 264 yards passing, 123 yards rushing. 4 Passing TDs, 1 Rushing TD.
bowling green 23
38-27, bgsu gets some late td's against 2nd string
49 - 24
I think when I was a little kid Bo put up 70 on Pacific or somebody in a game I listened to on the radio. I don't think Michigan has done it in at least 25 years.
Michigan a lot, BGSU not so much FTW.
At least it better be that way or else we're that much closer to Sarkisian coming.
45-9. No touchdowns for BGSU
56 - 14 Michigan
Ahhhh probably not, 56-17
BG (not that BG): 20
and play all three qb's.
41- 24, Michigan
Don't know if anyone has said it, but maybe the big point here is that MICHIGAN WILL HIT A FIELD GOAL!
59 - 13 Michigan
Tate and Devin both take some snaps; we see one painful turnover but cause 3 as well.
This is my first game of the year, also my first time out of the student section. I'm getting pumped!
Michigan wins 53-13.
Bowling Green's 13 comes from 2TDs on long passes where a safety went for a pick and missed it. Bowling Green misses one of their PATs.
Michigan scored 7 TDs. Kicked the PAT once and went for the 2pt conversion every other time and was successful 5 of the 6 times.
At least, that's how it played out when I played the video game a few minutes ago.
And Denard tweaks his knee in the first quarter on a 40 yard run and must come out of the game. Tate gets some ol' fashioned deadleg.