that's unfortunate, but at least the interest is there on both sides
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|2 years 28 weeks ago||After looking at their||
After looking at their schedule and thinking about it a bit more I can actually understand where Herb is getting this from. The only two games left on their schedule that I see them losing are us and Wisconsin. After that their schedule looks pretty easy. That would put them at nine losses and depending on what Wisconsin does they could be in the championship game and anything can happen there. Purdue also payed @ Notre Dame and only lost 20-17, which is very interesting because if they manage to beat us or Wisconsin, Purdue could be a two loss team. Wonder when the last time that happened was.
|2 years 28 weeks ago||thanks man, those were some||
thanks man, those were some good posts. sorry to see you stop
|2 years 28 weeks ago||While watching this game||
While watching this game Saturday i just could not beieve what I was seeing. I was shocked that Baylor just couldn't find a way to stop the West Virginia passing attack. Geno Smith's numbers for the game looked like they were straight out of NCAA football. I have a feeling as the season goes on defenses will start to realize how to stop this offensive scheme and WVU's title hopes will be gone.
|2 years 28 weeks ago||De La Salle has an awful||
De La Salle has an awful offensive line. As quarterback, Shane either has to make some VERY quick decisions that could lead to picks or a lot of incompletions or just take the sack, so I don't think his senior season stats represent how good he is exactly.
|2 years 28 weeks ago||That purd(haha)iction is||
That purd(haha)iction is comical. Purdue would be the fifth or sixth best team in the conference WITH their starting qb, but he tore his ACL. This pick makes no sense to me
|2 years 28 weeks ago||I think Stanford is hugely||
I think Stanford is hugely over rated. Oregon is by far the best team in that conference. USC is a good team who had a bad game against Stanford