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11/30/2010 - 7:50pm Want to bet?

Iowa and Penn State travel very well.  That is why Michigan will more than likely be picked for the Insight Bowl in Tempe, AZ and not be playing on New Years Day.  Michigan travels pretty well too, but coming off a 7-5 season and two blowout losses, will not inspire Michigan fans to gobble up all tickets available even if we have not been to a bowl game in three years.  I say:

Most probable:  Insight Bowl     60%

Possible:  Gator Bowl     30%

Probably not:  Ticket City Bowl     10% 

11/29/2010 - 7:45pm Nebraska? Texas A&M, Oklahoma St?

I hope that Mr. Brandon  is not waiting to judge our 7-5 team by their perforance against these superior Big 12 teams above in the Insight Bowl.  Pesonally, I think his mind is made up and he will make a change after the bowl games, however, you will hear nothing until then because Harbaugh will not leave his 11-1 team before their BCS Bowl game.  Within days after Stanford's bowl game, is when I would expect to hear something in my opinon.

11/29/2010 - 7:45pm Nebraska? Texas A&M, Oklahoma St?

I hope that Mr. Brandon  is not waiting to judge our 7-5 team by their perforance against these superior Big 12 teams above in the Insight Bowl.  Pesonally, I think his mind is made up and he will make a change after the bowl games, however, you will hear nothing until then because Harbaugh will not leave his 11-1 team before their BCS Bowl game.  Within days after Stanford's bowl game, is when I would expect to hear something in my opinon.

11/21/2010 - 6:58pm Insight Bowl correction.....

I beleive the Big 12 actually gives their 4th team to the Insight Bowl.  This could include Oklahoma, Missouri, or Texas A&M vs Michigan in Tempe, AZ.  The Big 12 Champion goes to a BCS game.  The 2nd Big 12 team goes to the Cotton Bowl if not selected for a BCS game.  The 3rd Big 12 team goes to the Alamo Bowl.  The 4th Big 12 team goes to the Insight Bowl if I am not mistaken.

06/07/2010 - 5:53pm Neb, Mizz, ND, Rutgers, Syracuse.....

I disagree about Missouri bringing little.  Missouri brings the Kansas City and St. Louis markets, the entire state of Missouri and some cable systems in southern Illinois. These markets are bigger than most in the Pac 10.  If Texas does not come, it will most likely be Nebraska, Missouri, Notre Dame, Rutgers, and Syracuse.  Pitt brings less than just about anyone in my humble opinion.