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12/10/2018 - 10:22am I'm really not that sure our…

I'm really not that sure our current OL can do pass protection for air raid. 

12/09/2018 - 12:17pm Agreed but the programs are…

Agreed but the programs are still complicit. 

12/09/2018 - 11:01am Hurting.

85 is the level…

Hurting.

85 is the level where there is a real benefit to cheating (Alabama, tOSU, etc...)

Bumping up to 95 would change the cost-benefit analysis of cheating. 

10/30/2018 - 8:57am I could listen to Maggot…

I could listen to Maggot Brain all day long.

Saw Parliament Funkadelic  Summer '17 at the MN State Fair. 

 

08/16/2018 - 3:08pm @wcbnsports 

They do a…

@wcbnsports 

They do a really nice job of play-by-play & color--- all without advertisements.

Tends to sync-up better with the TV broadcasts than the commercial radio feed too. 

08/12/2018 - 9:20am 2018:

Defense will be…

2018:

Defense will be better than 2016.

Offense will average about the same # PPG (40+) but with a more consistent rushing attack and few if any outlier low scoring games. 

I am undecided on Special Teams. Should be very solid. I'll be curious if they focus more on punt returns of punt blocks. 

 

08/05/2018 - 12:55am He's gone. He'll sit out…

He's gone. He'll sit out this season then become Notre Dame's new coach in early January.  

08/04/2018 - 1:57pm ^^^^ THIS 1000X

^^^^ THIS 1000X

08/03/2018 - 4:44pm "Never turn a one day story…

"Never turn a one day story in a two day story."

-Don Canham 

This is going to be a lot longer than a 2 day story now...

08/03/2018 - 4:38pm So, two days ago he didn't…

So, two days ago he didn't know, but now he did know...in 2015?

07/09/2018 - 1:36am well, other than more of the…

well, other than more of the low saturated fat group ending up dead... ;)

 

07/06/2018 - 11:14am Are people really this bad…

Are people really this bad at controlling their carb intakes that they must refrain from eating any to keep from over eating them?

Yes. It is biological. Looks very similar to drug addiction in many people in brain scans.

Effects of dietary glycemic index on brain regions related to reward and craving in men

Conclusions: Compared with an isocaloric low-GI meal, a high-GI meal decreased plasma glucose, increased hunger, and selectively stimulated brain regions associated with reward and craving in the late postprandial period, which is a time with special significance to eating behavior at the next meal. This trial was registered at clinicaltrials.gov as NCT01064778.

Processed carbohydrates are addictive, brain study suggests

Commenting on the study, Dr. Christoph Buettner, an associate professor of neuroscience at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City, told Everyday Health, "Food activates similar areas in the brain as drugs do, that is already accepted." Buettner, who was not involved in the research, added, "The strength of this study is that it shows that the kind of diet you eat can influence this." 

Eating simple carbs makes people want to eat more & sooner. 

07/06/2018 - 10:43am Wings are OK if not fried up…

Wings are OK if not fried up in toxic grain oils.

I like them b/c they have lots of collagen.

I don't eat a lot of chicken however since it is a little low in fat content. 

Bacon on the other hand...

07/06/2018 - 10:36am Chicken fat is great for you…

Chicken fat is great for you, as is pork and beef fat.

 Minnesota Coronary Experiment

The results were a surprise. Participants who ate a diet low in saturated fat and enriched with corn oil reduced their cholesterol by an average of 14 percent, compared with a change of just 1 percent in the control group. But the low-saturated fat diet did not reduce mortality. In fact, the study found that the greater the drop in cholesterol, the higher the risk of death during the trial.

Keys rigged his earlier data to match his prejudices. This later study, which fully disproved the conclusions from the Seven Countries Study, was buried and never published until recently. 

So, we are here in super fat and diseased America due to some basic errors most undergrad stat student would recognize.

Fat was demonized due to Type I error (null hypothesis that eating animal fat was OK was REJECTED incorrectly).

Later, the low animal fat diet was incorrectly kept due to Type II error. (null hypothesis that low animal fat diet had better health outcomes was incorrectly NOT REJECTED)

The real crime here is this does not appear to be due to an innocent mistake but was some degree of scientific fraud.

06/15/2018 - 4:46pm It may not align with the…

It may not align with the what you view as literature on the subject, but it does work the best.

I think you're mistaking the finger for the moon there.

On point 2, I would agree that itf eating a high carb diet / not keto adapted then the only way to lose weight is by starvation. It may result in short term fat loss but over the long term tends to make people fatter by slowing metabolism.  That's why all the "biggest loser" people are now fatter than they were when they went on the show.

The mechanics on how metabolism works once a body goes through keto adaptation are very different.  It follows different rules. I've tried it myself as have many other people I know. It works and is repeatable and very sustainable. 

http://www.artandscienceoflowcarb.com/ 

http://ehe.osu.edu/human-sciences/directory/?id=volek.1

As a S&C guy, you may find the work Jeff Volek is doing at Ohio State very interesting.  The tOSU AD is starting to apply his research to some of their athletic teams for nutrition. 

06/15/2018 - 4:22pm And I have a degree in…

And I have a degree in Physics from Michigan. I can assure you this does not violate energy conservation principles.

06/15/2018 - 4:20pm If someone did they would be…

If someone did they would be breaking the laws of thermodynamics and changing everything we know about human biology.

Here's the history.  There are two different competing models of obesity. 

There is the thermodynamic model promoted by the Harvard School of Public Health. This is the "newer" model.

Prior to that, the dominant metabolic theory on obesity was the German hormonal model. The energy-in/energy-out idea was not taken seriously.

Post WWII, the center of science shifted to the USA and the hormonal model lost out to the US idea due to politics, not because it was disproven.  Problem is the US idea of energy-in/energy out is wrong.

I assure you, humans can lose fat while in caloric surplus.  I have done it myself and know many others who have also.

Human metabolisms are highly sensitive to caloric intake so going into caloric deficit will cause metabolic rate to drop to match input levels.  Over the short term, caloric deficit tends to cause weight loss. Over the long term, it causes weight gain.  That's why everyone in the country who "diets" gets fat again.

http://live.smashthefat.com/why-i-didnt-get-fat/ 

 

06/14/2018 - 8:57pm Yes, I have been doing it…

Yes, I have been doing it for about 3.5 years now.

Started using it as a training diet for open water swimming & it worked wonderfully. My energy levels were high and I quickly become "bonk proof".  I lost 30 pounds of fat with no muscle loss.

It takes about 4 weeks of eating 25 g carbs for your body to hit the first adjustment milestone.

The physical adjustments continue for a few years after that.  Your muscle cells will put on more mitochondria among other things and your body will adjust to burning fat for fuel.  Short term, you may feel a bit tired but that passes and you'll have more energy than you know what to do with before you know it.

Fasting has become all the rage but avoid it like the plague at least in the short or mid term.  DO NOT GO INTO CALORIC DEFICIT.  Most people can lose weight on Keto while in a caloric surplus.  I lost 30 pounds while eating ~5000 to 6000 cal/day.  Going into caloric deficit while not adapted will slow down your metabolism. Once adapted, you can probably safely go into caloric deficit for short periods without slowing down because you are fully plugged into your body fat for fuel.

It's all about the insulin response and has nothing to do with caloric intake. Insulin works like a switch.  When insulin is produced, it turns on fat storage and turn off fat burning.  Insulin production is triggered when we eat carbs.  If we keep carbs low, then we stay in fat burning mode. When we turn fat into ketones, we can just piss them out if we don't need them.  We don't need to burn the fat, we can just waste it thus no need to be in caloric deficit.

To avoid feeling like crap in the first 3 or 4 weeks, eat a lot of salt or drink salty broth. Being in keto mode uses more salt than burning carbs, so some people need to up their salt intakes when they switch over.

I found my taste in food really changed radically after keto adaptation.  Berries taste like candy now. 

 

https://youtu.be/tC_qBC1EEvw <= great work on the diet being done at Ohio State

https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/recipes 

05/23/2018 - 10:58pm great question.

Gary was a much better X-O coach than Lloyd. He also was not at all risk averse.

 
Main points of outcome difference:
 
1997 our offense if far more productive with Gary calling the plays BUT Lloyd may have still been DC and Lloyd's D's weren't all that great.  Might have been a wash. Might have taken both polls. Really depends if Lloyd had moved on to a MAC HC job by then.
 
1999 National Champions. Offense would have been unhinged under Moeller. Every O starter went onto the NFL. Nothing would have stopped us.
 
Likely would not have experienced the slow rot of the 00's either...
04/25/2018 - 4:57pm Sleeping Bear Dunes is my

Sleeping Bear Dunes is my favorite in the summer. You really can't beat those beaches.

Dry Tortugas NP is mind-blowing but is also mostly underwater.  Great place to visit in the winter months if you like to swim. 

Isle Royale NP is well worth spending a week on. Very remote. Shocking to see a moose face to face. It's like living a Wild Kingdom episode! The animals there don’t have fear of humans.

04/25/2018 - 12:52am Thank you and good night

https://youtu.be/Lgpp9FEAhsA

Thank you and good night.

11/29/2017 - 11:52pm Option 3

Schembechler, Ex-official Blast Big 10 Chief

August 16, 1990|By Ed Sherman.
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Even as a baseball man, Bo Schembechler still can make news in the Big 10. It`s a familiar formula: Take Schembechler, game officials and a Big 10 commissioner; mix them up, and you get controversy.

The former Michigan coach and current president of the Detroit Tigers, and Gene Calhoun, the former league supervisor of football officials, may be gone from the Big 10, but they haven`t forgotten. Each has taken aim at second-year Big 10 Commissioner Jim Delany.

Schembechler says Delany called Calhoun in an attempt to ``prejudice``

the officials before Michigan`s game with Illinois last November, a game the Wolverines won.

Calhoun, who acknowledges he received the call, says he`s worried Delany`s influence will have a negative effect on officiating in the Big 10. Calhoun, the league`s supervisor since 1983, and Big 10 parted company after the 1989 season.

``If you don`t know anything about officiating, stay the hell out of it,`` Calhoun said. ``This conference deserves good officiating.``

The latest firestorm was ignited when Schembechler decided to add another chapter to last year`s autobiography, ``Bo.`` Schembechler tells how Delany called Calhoun prior to the Nov. 10 game in Champaign.

Delany reportedly wanted to have the officials pay special attention to a couple of Illinois players who were involved in an altercation the week before at Iowa. Then, according to Bo, he told Calhoun to have the officials make sure Schembechler was on his best sideline behavior.

``What did I ever do to Jim Delany?`` Schembechler wrote. ``I barely know him. He`s not a football guy. . . . Go ahead and accuse me of whining. I know the truth. That phone call prior to the game was an attempt to prejudice the officials in a key game.``

Calhoun said he thought the call was out of line.

``You can`t tell an official he should keep his eye on certain people,``

Calhoun said. ``If I say that as a supervisor, the official will go in the game with a certain mind-set. He`ll make a call against him just to please you.``

Delany was out of town Wednesday and issued this statement through Big 10 spokesman Mark Rudner: ``We will not respond to comments from former coaches and former conference employees.``

Schembechler was unavailable for comment Wednesday. Delany, though, is in good company. Schembechler had plenty of run-ins with his predessor, Wayne Duke.

Schembechler also implied the officials were out to get him in Michigan`s loss in the Rose Bowl. Specifically, the coach referred to the fourth-quarter holding penalty on Bobby Abrams that helped set up Southern Cal`s winning touchdown.

In the officials meeting the day before the game, Calhoun later told Schembechler, the group would make a point of trying to control the coach. At the postgame tailgate party, Calhoun recalled the officials were pleased they didn`t let Schembechler intimidate them. He was hit with an unsportsmanlike penalty for arguing the controversial call.

``In other words, they were out to get something,`` Schembechler wrote.

Calhoun wouldn`t say that the holding penalty was premeditated. However, he said it was a ``bad call.``

``You probably could call something in every play in football,`` Calhoun said.

Calhoun, 67, said philosophical differences with Delany caused him to leave the conference. Delany said he didn`t want Calhoun to talk to the media, which was a point of contention for the supervisor.

Calhoun said Delany also used to call and offer advice prior to a ``big game.``

`` `Big game.` We laughed at that,`` Calhoun said. ``I officiated more than 200 games, and he`s telling me about a `big game.` Every game is big to the kids.``

Calhoun also said he thought Delany was too preoccupied with controlling a coach`s behavior. Delany issued a reprimand to Schembechler after the Rose Bowl. The Wolverines` coach had been known to try to indimidate officials in his day.

``One of the points of emphasis in this administration was sideline control for coaches in all sports, and the sportsmanlike conduct of athletes,`` the Big 10 spokesman Rudner said. ``All the coaches and officials were notified of it numerous times.``

11/28/2017 - 11:51am Considering Delany

Considering Delany has a documented history of improper influence and contact with officials AND sits in on B1G referee film meetings…I’m sure the results exactly reflect his desires.  Delany needs to go.

11/28/2017 - 11:42am WCBN Sports

I listened to the feed on WCBN Sports for most of the season (turned down the TV sound) and wes very impressed.  The banter is much better than either the TV talking heads and I found it superior to listening to Brandy.  Reminded me of listening to Hemmingway on WUOM back in the day to a degree since it's non-comercial radio with no breaks at all.  Great stuff.  Synced up reasonably well to the TV broadcasts for the most part as well.

 

11/20/2017 - 11:48pm I like the question.
 
It

I like the question.

 

It could be rephrased as “what value does the B1G bring Michigan?”

 

Michigan could clearly have most of or even more money if it were to go independent.

 

The officiating in the B1G is horseshit, so really negative value in that respect. Considering Delany sits in on officiating meetings….

 

The B1G didn’t prevent Ohio State from going SEC and paying players / impermissible benefits. Negative value. Main value of a conference is keeping every team playing by the same set of rules.  That isn’t happening.

 

The B1G didn’t stand up for Michigan when FREEP / NCAA came with a trumped up investigation into freaking practice time.

 

I question if the CIC is really of that much value in the information age.

 

Tradition and geography are probably the best two reasons to stay in.

 

Best solution is to get rid of shitty Delany.  Bo hated him for good reason.

 
10/01/2017 - 9:40am PSU also only had 1.1 ypc VS

PSU also only had 1.1 ypc VS Indiana yesterday.

10/01/2017 - 9:38am Rick Leach

Rick Leach would be hysterically fun.  

09/25/2017 - 10:30pm Looking forward

Looking forward to some WAGGLE with O'Korn's mobility.  Will add a legit run threat if the deep and medium routes are covered. 

09/18/2017 - 11:24am Field Turf is a faster surface than natural grass

Since Harbaugh is buiding team speed, we might want to just upgrade the Field Turf.

 

 

09/18/2017 - 11:24am IIRC it wasn't so much the water table

but some fiasco matching the correct base to the specific sod.

Sod A required Base A

Sod B required Base B

I think we started with Sod A and Base A but didnt' like it

For some reason we then canged to Sod B on Base A which was never going to work.

Instead of switching over fully to Base B for Sod B we decided to make a hybrid Base A-B to save money.

Nothing would grow well on hybrid Base A-B.

We gave up and went to Field Turf.

 

 

09/06/2017 - 4:33pm They need to get with the times

CD's are so last millennium. 

09/06/2017 - 4:29pm Pacific Rim
Same family who

Pacific Rim

Same family who owned the KANA over by the hospital. Excelent food.

 

 

09/02/2017 - 9:07pm at first I only liked

at first I only liked them.

 

AFTER WE WON I F-ING LOVED THEM!

 

12/05/2016 - 9:15am Also consider the power

Also consider the power Micromanager Delany would have over the previously fired official in this game.  Thinking back to the article about Delany dismissing the whole crew for sub-par performance in the Purdue game, I thought perhaps Delany was making the announcement for emphasis and perhaps to save face with the conference coaches...but the articles from the Chi Trib makes it sound like he is effectively managing the officials in some degree AND also trying to influence them. The power to influence the fired official whom he brought back onboard who did work The Game would be immense!  The official knows Delany will can him again if he doesn’t get the results he wants and expects...

12/05/2016 - 12:16am I do wonder what an FOI

I do wonder what an FOI request concerning communication between Delany and both THE GAME officials and the B1G head of officiating over say the previous two weeks prior might turn up.

12/05/2016 - 12:03am Notice that Delany is

Notice that Delany is watching film with the officials in a weekly meeting lead by the head of officiating?  Maybe Dave Brandon took lessons from Delany?

12/05/2016 - 12:01am Exactly. If Bo said it, it happened.

you may find this also interesting:

He Blows Whistle On Big 10 Officials

David Parry calls the video a ``hit parade,`` but more accurately it`s hits and misses.

``Now look here,`` says the Big 10`s supervisor of football officials, flashing a red light at the screen.

The 40 or so officials watch intently in the basement of Parry`s home in Michigan City, Ind. They are gathered for the almost weekly Wednesday skull session Parry holds for his crew. Attendance is voluntary, but on this night, officials from Iowa to Pittsburgh have made the trip.

The purpose is to watch a compilation of 72 plays from the previous week`s games. The majority are good calls.

From the Michigan-Michigan State game, Parry praises the official on an offensive holding flag.

``See, he takes him down, the man was beat,`` Parry says. ``That`s a good call.``

But there also are bad calls, 19 of them on this night. The film rolls, and the offending officials squirm quietly, with Big 10 Commissioner Jim Delany watching on the side. ``OK, here the ball appears to come out,`` says Parry of a play from the Purdue-Minnesota game. ``It`s a fumble.``

12/04/2016 - 11:08pm he may also have been corrupt

he may also have been corrupt all along...

12/04/2016 - 10:50pm The more I read this the more

The more I read this the more PISSED I get.

THE GAME WAS FIXED BY DELANY!

12/04/2016 - 10:36pm I found this article from

I found this article from 1990 rather interesting and informative.

Has Delany tried to influence officials?  YES

Has Delany giving instructions to officials to keep specific coachs "in line"? YES

This would seem to explain the mystery Basketball Technical given to Harbaugh...

Further, sounds like Delany may have driven out some of the good officials and there could be a culture of micromanagement.

 
12/04/2016 - 10:32pm Schembechler, Ex-official

Schembechler, Ex-official Blast Big 10 Chief

August 16, 1990|By Ed Sherman.

Even as a baseball man, Bo Schembechler still can make news in the Big 10. It`s a familiar formula: Take Schembechler, game officials and a Big 10 commissioner; mix them up, and you get controversy.

The former Michigan coach and current president of the Detroit Tigers, and Gene Calhoun, the former league supervisor of football officials, may be gone from the Big 10, but they haven`t forgotten. Each has taken aim at second-year Big 10 Commissioner Jim Delany.

Schembechler says Delany called Calhoun in an attempt to ``prejudice``

the officials before Michigan`s game with Illinois last November, a game the Wolverines won.

Calhoun, who acknowledges he received the call, says he`s worried Delany`s influence will have a negative effect on officiating in the Big 10. Calhoun, the league`s supervisor since 1983, and Big 10 parted company after the 1989 season.

``If you don`t know anything about officiating, stay the hell out of it,`` Calhoun said. ``This conference deserves good officiating.``

The latest firestorm was ignited when Schembechler decided to add another chapter to last year`s autobiography, ``Bo.`` Schembechler tells how Delany called Calhoun prior to the Nov. 10 game in Champaign.

Delany reportedly wanted to have the officials pay special attention to a couple of Illinois players who were involved in an altercation the week before at Iowa. Then, according to Bo, he told Calhoun to have the officials make sure Schembechler was on his best sideline behavior.

``What did I ever do to Jim Delany?`` Schembechler wrote. ``I barely know him. He`s not a football guy. . . . Go ahead and accuse me of whining. I know the truth. That phone call prior to the game was an attempt to prejudice the officials in a key game.``

Calhoun said he thought the call was out of line.

``You can`t tell an official he should keep his eye on certain people,``

Calhoun said. ``If I say that as a supervisor, the official will go in the game with a certain mind-set. He`ll make a call against him just to please you.``

Delany was out of town Wednesday and issued this statement through Big 10 spokesman Mark Rudner: ``We will not respond to comments from former coaches and former conference employees.``

Schembechler was unavailable for comment Wednesday. Delany, though, is in good company. Schembechler had plenty of run-ins with his predessor, Wayne Duke.

Schembechler also implied the officials were out to get him in Michigan`s loss in the Rose Bowl. Specifically, the coach referred to the fourth-quarter holding penalty on Bobby Abrams that helped set up Southern Cal`s winning touchdown.

In the officials meeting the day before the game, Calhoun later told Schembechler, the group would make a point of trying to control the coach. At the postgame tailgate party, Calhoun recalled the officials were pleased they didn`t let Schembechler intimidate them. He was hit with an unsportsmanlike penalty for arguing the controversial call.

``In other words, they were out to get something,`` Schembechler wrote.

Calhoun wouldn`t say that the holding penalty was premeditated. However, he said it was a ``bad call.``

``You probably could call something in every play in football,`` Calhoun said.

Calhoun, 67, said philosophical differences with Delany caused him to leave the conference. Delany said he didn`t want Calhoun to talk to the media, which was a point of contention for the supervisor.

Calhoun said Delany also used to call and offer advice prior to a ``big game.``

`` `Big game.` We laughed at that,`` Calhoun said. ``I officiated more than 200 games, and he`s telling me about a `big game.` Every game is big to the kids.``

Calhoun also said he thought Delany was too preoccupied with controlling a coach`s behavior. Delany issued a reprimand to Schembechler after the Rose Bowl. The Wolverines` coach had been known to try to indimidate officials in his day.

``One of the points of emphasis in this administration was sideline control for coaches in all sports, and the sportsmanlike conduct of athletes,`` the Big 10 spokesman Rudner said. ``All the coaches and officials were notified of it numerous times.``

12/04/2016 - 2:17pm given

had PSU played OSU @ c-bus, they probably lose that game.

PSU did appear to become a much better team as the season wore on however...

I'm just not very impressed with Ohio State either.  Their "win" vs us was a loss.  The could have easily lost at East Lansing too...

12/04/2016 - 2:07pm one problem with that

The problem with the “score more points” theory comes down to how many more points is it really possible to score to take the game out of the hands of the officials?

 

To a certain extent I agree with you.  That was a key flaw in Llloydball.  Unnecessarily close games can have unexpected outcomes.  Key problem here is in the games like MSU last season and Ohio State this season, officiating caused multi score swings of perhaps 14 to 17 points in each contest.  We got O’Nieled in Iowa to a degree also but perhaps not as bad as last year.

 

We did finish the Ohio State game...as a passing team should and had we gotten the PI calls that any reasonable official would make, then we win on the scoreboard too. (We did win, I don’t care what the scoreboard said.  We beat the bucknuts and the Ohio fans I’ve talked to all know it.).

 

Now, if you would say that we need to develop the ability to finish a game on the ground with some sort of power run offense, sure, I could agree with that, but not every good team can do that.

12/04/2016 - 1:57pm I don't know that

I wasn't all that impressed with Ohio State.

12/04/2016 - 1:56pm The real problem is Jim Delany and the B1G-GIGO

Simply put, the B1G's system, from the tilted divisions, the uneven scheduling and the highly variable and biased officiating, is GARBAGE.

 

Garbage In-Garbage Out.

 

The section committee was asked to pick up Delany’s poop, and fix what the B1G F-d up.  It wasn’t their problem and they couldn’t fix it.

 

The top teams in the B1G go as follows in my opinion:

  1. Michigan

  2. Penn State

  3. Ohio State

  4. Wisconsin

  5. Iowa, Nebraska & Minnesota

 

The difference between #4 &  all the teams at #5 is probably small.

 

I have Ohio State at #3 because they lost to PSU and given real officials, we would have beaten them in C-bus by 14 to 17 points this year.

I could flop tOSU to #2 but with they way they struggled in big games…could call them co #2’s

 

So, thanks to Delany, we have the ridiculous situation of the #3 B1G team making it to the playoff, the #2 team going to the Rose Bowl and the #1 team playing in the Orange!

 

I wonder what Delany will reap in the offseason from what he sowed with Harbaugh & Michigan?

11/29/2016 - 3:43pm I already donated above but

$25 under mn_wolverine

11/29/2016 - 2:57pm I agree

little chance it will happen but I think a logical argument could be made for it.

 

What's more likely is they will take the result from Saturday as confirmation that they had the rankings just about right in the first place.

11/29/2016 - 2:57pm I agree

little chance it will happen but I think a logical argument could be made for it.

 

What's more likely is they will take the result from Saturday as confirmation that they had the rankings just about right in the first place.

11/29/2016 - 1:11pm big if here

Big if here, but the committee seems determined to place the best teams in the playoff.

Record isn’t blindly driving the rankings as it did in the past.  We may not be able to predict what they’ll do tonight.

 

Now, clearly, Michigan was the better team last Saturday.  That was apparent to anyone watching.

Given that it was #2 VS #3 and went to double overtime only because of highly biased officiating if the committee sticks to their guns, we may not move from #3 tonight.  #4 at the worst.

 

If they want to be radical, they could even move us ahead of tOSU by stating we were the better team in an openly hostile environment. (doubtful but possible).

11/29/2016 - 12:48pm Can this be pinned?

Can this be pinned to the top for a bit?