BrightonB

November 24th, 2017 at 8:23 PM ^

M 20  :   O 17

We finally pull out some tricks on offense and get lucky with 2 turnovers and a big special teams play.    Our D is on fire all night! 

 

Please ... MAKE IT SO !   Thank you Santa !   =)

 

 

 

 

AMazinBlue

November 24th, 2017 at 9:28 PM ^

That it’s going to be ugly if OKorn plays. Common sense says if O’Korn plays we’re going get run out of our own building. Aside from one half against a bad Purdue team, O’Korn has shown no propensity to move this offense. If Peters plays and plays well we have a chance. If he doesn’t we’re doomed. They have better players at every defensive line position than we do offensive line. That is not good

Unless Harbaugh has something special that no one has seen or knows about, we have almost no chance.

Logic and common sense say OSU 38- Michigan 6. Heart says OSU 20- Michigan 18.

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November 24th, 2017 at 9:59 PM ^

Everyone is so worked up about O’Korn, but he will get knocked out of the game on another borderline hit caused by poor pass protection early on. I’d wager Gentry is our emergency QB after Malzone. I also think they have a few Tebow like Wildcat plays for Gentry regardless of an O’Korn injury. One of our RBs has a long TD run.

The Game will be chippy, punches thrown, players ejected

D will keep it close, but they pull away late. Score will look worse than the actual game.

Game ends like the Penn St and Wisconsin games, with our tired and battered D giving up 5-8 yard chunks every rushing attempt late.

Them: 35
Us: 16

Bonus Prediction: This is will be the last time they beat us this decade.

madsam

November 24th, 2017 at 9:55 PM ^

That shit team will be making a case to be included in the playoffs. Michigan will get absolutely crushed in every phase of the game. I hope I’m wrong. If I am I will never post again. But, I won’t be wrong. UM loses 45-7.

South TX MFan

November 24th, 2017 at 10:14 PM ^

Unfortunately this looks like it has 2015 written all over it unless our defense plays out of their minds and produces points on their own and the coaches get very creative on offense to stop the OL from getting whoever is playing QB from getting killed.

Perkis-Size Me

November 24th, 2017 at 10:50 PM ^

If Peters is healthy and can play - 38-24 OSU. He makes some plays and shows that he should be the starter next season, and the game is close until about the start of the fourth quarter. Too many stalled drives and the defense can hold down the fort by themselves for only so long. He’ll take a beating from OSU’s DL in the process.

If O’Korn is the starter - 42-3 OSU. Game is virtually over after the first few series because all O’Korn can do is check his first read and then take off if it isn’t there. OSU’s DL would eat him alive. Kind of game where he goes 5-13 for 84 yards with three picks and six sacks.

I want to believe that tomorrow can be another 2013 where we throw out the records and it comes down to the final minutes. But we have zero offense. Even less of an offense than we had in 2013. College football is certainly weird, and tomorrow can be weird too. But all conventional wisdom and hard data points to a massacre.

madsam

November 25th, 2017 at 9:42 AM ^

Michigan is going to lose this game. That’s just the reality. The other team is better at almost every position. And it has, some will argue, better coaching. Get your heads right and accept that Michigan is not at the same athletic level as that team, and that is nearly across all sports. This game will be a loss. I will still pray they prove me wrong.

Fan_79_Alum_94-96

November 25th, 2017 at 9:49 AM ^

And this one will be like my first (Block Party).  Heartbreak on Special Teams.

OSU 24 UofM 19

OSU goes on to win B1G CCG and back into the CFP to get destroyed.

Michigan accepts invite to San Diego and JH finally puts together a game plan vs. his former employer.