to play football, not to play trumpet
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|4 years 23 weeks ago||Bye bye credibility!||
He has Cousins as his version of the league MVP!
|4 years 23 weeks ago||I couldn't agree more!||
I cringe every time I listen to an athlete struggle to speak in some language that somewhat resembles english.
|4 years 23 weeks ago||Top 2||
2) Woodsons sideline interception against MSU. What made it great was the shock with everyone thinking, "did that just happen?!"
|4 years 23 weeks ago||I feel bad for Appalachian State||
They are obviously not as good as the team we faced in 2007 and unless they run off an impressive streak of 2 or 3 championships prior to the game, they won't be in the future. Then due to the embarrassment that Michigan has taken from the last game, Michigan will run up the score (to 100 points if they can) to attempt to overcome said embarrassment. Michigan gets nothing from this except for the view of being the bigger kid that got pissed off from the lucky punch given by the weaker kid, then came back for revenge.
|4 years 24 weeks ago||Is it just me||
Or is Nebraska being overrated? I think they are going to be good and definitely in the top half of the big ten, however this is the same team that got beat by Jake locker and Washington in their latest game. What has happened between that time and now that has "earned" them the big ten pre-season championship? I am not saying that they will be bad but there is a difference between going 9-3 and finishing 3rd or 4th in the big ten and winning it all.
|4 years 24 weeks ago||Hilarious!||
Made my day. Thank you.
|4 years 25 weeks ago||Might happen||
Whether it's with Miami or the next school, eventually the NCAA will get tired of the same rules being broken across college football and one school will be hit with the hammer. With the amount of schools that are thumbing their nose at the system, whether it be recruiting violations or gifts given to athletes of the teams, the punishments will increase in severity until the death penalty is the only option left. I could also see someone in the ncaa realizing this and saying that they want to stop it/severely slow it down before they waste the next 5 to 10 years dealing with individual cases, and they will proceed to give the death penalty to the next school or just give it to Miami.