October 20th, 2018 at 8:43 AM ^

Broad strokes are broad, even if this is broadly true.  No matter, though, the OP's gender or sports history - OP is here as a fan and has been posting for quite a while.  uminks is MICHIGAN, so we can educate:

Winning score first, no matter who actually won/wins...

(If the poster was Sparty, we could eviscerate the moran...)


October 20th, 2018 at 12:38 AM ^

Yeah, I’m with him. I pretty much think we are going to cruise tomorrow. 30-17. Slow hard fought first half. Then we make the necessary halftime adjustments and go on to win 30-17. Bush is going to be an animal. Lots of pressure on Lewerke. Bad decisions and picks from Metellus and Hill to close it out! Hail, hail, to Michigan!


October 20th, 2018 at 1:54 AM ^

My personal experience as UM student and fan - freshman in '81 and played in band at MSU. We rallied to win 38-20. Next two visits in '83 and '85 were 42-0 and 31-0. 

Yes...because of 2-8 I'm incredibly nervous about the game. We have the better team. But need to prove it.

No matter the score...a win will be MARVELOUS! 


October 20th, 2018 at 7:18 AM ^

That is some super fluff but you can’t disagree with his points. Harbs can coach and has the track record to prove it. Also, yes, he is weird and he is ours!  Go Blue!!!

Herd of Funk

October 20th, 2018 at 8:47 AM ^

Cowherd has a lot to say. He's a talking head, for sure, but he does have a lot of good analysis when it comes to football - both college and pro. He wouldn't be where he is if he didn't know how to play to the crowd, get people riled up and deliver hot takes along the way at every step. 

Hope he's right, though. I don't like the inclement weather coming through today. Weird things always seem to happen in this game. 

The team that runs the ball better almost always wins, so the OL will have to continue their solid play, but I still think it comes down to Shea Patterson making good decisions, not holding the ball too long while not committing turnovers.