I will bet that at least 80% of us will come up with better division names than what the B1G chose to use.
I am going with Awesome and Awesomer.
somehow you managed to fall into that 20%
A monkey with a bowl of Alpa-Bits could come up with better names.
Peter: Look Brian, there's a message in my Alpha-Bits. It says, "Ooooooooo."
Brian: Peter, those are Cheerios.
Shouldn't it be Alpo-Bits?
Looks like Denard is tackling a Buckeye in that screen shot. I hope he didn't throw a pick.
Doesn't JT Floyd have dreads?
No, I think he ran so fast he traveled back to Nov. 18, 2006 and tackled Troy Smith before Crable could get to him. Either that or it's JT Floyd?
Oh god, maybe the DB attrition is so bad that Denard was moved to corner!!
Or its Josh Furman's fire dreads.
I always had this skit in my head where the Big 12 was split into 2 divisions and they were called the "Steers" and "Queers". They would have the conference meeting and the commissioner would say "Ok raise you hand if you prefer to be in Steers. Ok. Now raise your hand if you want to be in the Queers. Oh come on people you can't ALL be in the Steers.!"
B1G to BIG10 too? Better yet have a setting where osu has to sit out tat5?
"Instead of going with a geographic alignment, the Big Ten named its divisions "Leaders" and "Legends," which sound like the names for a team-building scavenger hunt at Dunder Mifflin's annual conference"
Can't balance divisions
Cheaters and whiners: OSU, MSU, Purdue
Leaders: Everyone else
It helps if you add douchebags, then you get Bo Pelini, Ron Zook and Bret Bielema.
Problem solved. You're welcome.
Bo / Woody divisions FTW.
I like having some reference to the portion of the country that the schools are in. I would go for Plains and Lakes or something to that effect.
Yeah, I'm a fan of Great Lakes / Great Plains as well.
The best I've seen so far are:
And what the Hell is Wisconsin doing here?
Would have been brilliant if at some point the Big Ten has been full of head coaches that had worked under/played under either Bo or Woody. Otherwise, too limiting. And besides, how would you know who was in what division (besides Michigan and Ohio State)?
East / West. It works for every other sport. So what if Detroit is in the Western conference in one sport and the Eastern conference in another? Who cares? It works.
Wisconsin is east of some Big Ten teams, and west of some others. I pretty sure they will still live.
Michigan/The others That's what i'm gonna do