so much for that
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|14 weeks 3 days ago||Best Winning Percentage||
In case of ties, the standings list the team with best overall winning percentage first without taking tiebreakers into account. So Michigan's 21-2 (.913) is better than Indiana's 20-3 (.870), which in turn is better than MSU's 19-4 (.826).
|28 weeks 5 days ago||Still Solich at OHIO||
Addazio is leading Temple through its first season in the Big East. Frank Solich is the head man at OHIO.
|1 year 24 weeks ago||That's 2012||
NYD 2012 is on a Sunday with the major bowl games being played January 2. NYD 2013 is a Tuesday, so bowl games would be played as normal on January 1.
|1 year 28 weeks ago||Saving the timeout||
I was surprised (and my apologies if this has been covered elsewhere) that UM didn't hustle up to the line after Roundtree's catch and spike it to save the timeout. You lose a shot at the end zone that way (so maybe that was the thinking), but it would have allowed the run to be an option before 4th and goal.
|1 year 28 weeks ago||Excellent Liar, Liar Reference||
Excellent Liar, Liar reference. One of Jim Carrey's best.
|1 year 28 weeks ago||Not at all||
I agree with the others who have replied to this. I will assuredly give you Alabama and LSU. Maybe Arkansas, depending on which team shows up for Bobby Petrino. Beyond that, the SEC isn't much better than the B1G. The SEC folks will try to tel you that their conference is best because anyone can beat anyone (like how Vandy should have beaten Arkansas). In reality, what this means is that the SEC has two outstanding teams, one really good one, and nine who fall somewhere in between mediocre and awful. So no, the B1G's best would not get drilled by the SEc's fourth best team.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||Crete-Monee||
Standifer's Warriors host Bloomington in the opening round of the Class 6A playoffs at 2pm on Saturday.
|1 year 33 weeks ago||It will matter||
It will matter a great deal if both the SEC champ (LSU or Alabama) and Oklahoma stay undefeated. UW won't pass either of them. And if Georgia is East champ at 10-2 and Boise stays undefeated, I'm not sure UW passes Boise either. Badgers don't have a win in OOC to hang their hat on.
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|1 year 33 weeks ago||posted from iPhone||
Excellent Simpsons reference. Well done, sir. Well done.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||I Agree||
That was the biggest "statement" game from that decade. From the moment Glen Steele dropped the quarterback (his name escapes me at the moment) on the fake end around through the end of the game, simply the most dominant performance of a fantastic season.