Next Weekend Gameday Poll Questions:

Submitted by DixieWreck on September 12th, 2010 at 2:33 PM

Over/Under, We win by 45

Over/Under, D.Rob plays 1-1/2 quarters

Yes/No, Devin plays before Tate?

Yes/No, ND beats MSU?

Comments

BlockM

September 12th, 2010 at 2:39 PM ^

Over. I can't see UMass stopping this train.

Under. I think it gets out of hand quickly.

Yes. Precedent has been set.

Yes, if Crist plays fully healthy. MSU has no answer for Rudolph or Floyd, and with Crist in the whole game I don't see them going down. Gosh I hope ND wins that game.

m1jjb00

September 12th, 2010 at 2:39 PM ^

Under, over (by just a little), yes, yes (as long as Crist starts, i.e. no lingering problems).

Anyone notice that the national schedule stinks this week? 

weasel3216

September 12th, 2010 at 2:43 PM ^

Under, Under, Yes, Yes 

Umass is #18 in FCS so it is not going to be like DSU last year, D. Rob will come out after we go up 21, Nothing indicates Tate has passed Devin on depth chart, and ND will be pissed and MSU has proven nothing yet

btjabrone

September 12th, 2010 at 2:44 PM ^

Under. UMass is not App. State, but they also are not Del. State. We are gonna win big, but it shouldn't be by more than 45.

Under. I'd be very worried if he plays much of the 2nd quarter at all.

No. I think Tate goes in for a couple series. DG goes in third, but plays more than Tate.

Yes.

wink

September 12th, 2010 at 3:03 PM ^

need a kicker...current one will cost us 1 or 2 wins...he was terrible in spring ball...where are the walk ons from the spring? one was 8 of 8 and hit a 50 yarder.  dont get it.

WolvinOhio

September 12th, 2010 at 3:02 PM ^

Under.  Chance of a letdown in intensity after a big win like yesterday.  Plus, players are going into the game expecting to win.

Under.  (i.e., Denard plays more than 1 1/2 quarters) because of the first Under.

Yes.  Devin is solid #2 QB.  Tate didn't have his helmet on for a lot of the game.

Yes.  ND will want to crush any team with "Michigan" in its name.

kmanning

September 12th, 2010 at 3:24 PM ^

I think they win by over 45. I think Tate may get a series in the first half with the 1s, but Denard plays until the end of the first half. Tate probably plays a couple more series in the 2nd half then Gardner comes in to finish eveyrthing out. Michigan State hasn't seemed that impressive in their first two games, I think ND stacks the box and forces them to throw and wins the game handily because of it. 

TheOracle6

September 12th, 2010 at 4:01 PM ^

Definitely going with (under, under, yes, yes).  Next week is awesome because my heart rate should stay relatively low against UMass, which is a much needed break after I needed a difibulator.

UMAmaizinBlue

September 12th, 2010 at 4:37 PM ^

1) Remember Baby Seal U from last year? Me-thinks our offense is much improved. At least 50 points.

2) RR is gonna want Denard fresh for the start of Big Ten season, so I say he gets a quarter at most.

3) Devin will get more time simply because he's less experienced, and RR will want him to be more familiar with the 1st and 2nd stringers, IMO. Tate will see about equal time, though.

4) MSU will take it to ND with their potent pass attack, and Cousins has about 1/100000 the mobility of Denard...and that's still saying something. MSU's defense isn't the best, but neither is ours, and I say MSU eeeks out a win, 28-26.

318wolverine2007

September 12th, 2010 at 4:59 PM ^

Under, Over, yes, no.

UMass won't be a complete pushover.  We'll win comfortably, but not by half a hundred. It's clear after two weeks that Devin is ahead of Tate on the depth chart, although I suspect both will play.  Any team with decent linemen and wideouts can beat MSU, Notre Dame fits the bill, provided Crist doesn't get knocked out. 

ATLWolverine

September 12th, 2010 at 5:46 PM ^

Under, Under, Yes, Yes--

 

We really don't have any idea what we have in Devin Gardener at the moment, and I would expect some ugly (typical freshman) turnovers to make the game far more competitive than Delaware State last year.

 

Then again, our defense is gobbling up interceptions and fumbles at a pretty exhiliarating rate, so who knows? I'll just be happy if we leave the game with as many healthy players as we entered with.