no, YOU'RE off topic
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|2 years 15 weeks ago||In the past 143 years of||
In the past 143 years of college football, I can find two instances of this score:
Date: 10/1/1983 Arizona State - 29 Stanford - 11
|5 years 31 weeks ago||I think Brian's numbers are off||
I believe that Michigan will have 22 scholarships to give, not 20 as Brian said, if the three things that he stated occur. I count 77 scholarship players on this year's team (not counting the year-to-year scholarships of Sheridan, Morales, and Kelvin Grady). 12 players have only one year of eligibility left. Then subtract the two 5th-year players who Brian predicted wouldn't be granted a 5th year (Cone and Wright). This leaves the team with 22 scholarships to give for 2010.
Perhaps Brian forgot about the departures of O'Neill and Wermers?