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Nebraska is one to talk.
wasn't part of your sanctions not being able to be on postseason best stadium lists. Pretty sure I remember that.
You don't know what you're talking about if you believe this.
and who won that one?.....hmmm?
I dream of a day when chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.
That's the person banging on the metal edge of the stadium
Not the answer I was looking for, try again
True, but Im not the one claiming my program is "back".... We've got a long ways to go, I don't think the many Husker fans would claim different, but we managed to beat M last season.
If losing to the 5 best teams on your schedule means your back, by all means, enjoy.... But it'd certainly put a coach on the hot-seat here in Nebraska though.
No, the INS isn't chasing him; Taylor Martinez just runs like that. . . .
We lost Denard in the beginning of the game while threatening to score at Nebraska at night. We pounded Nebraska the year before. If your defense doesn't get any better you're probably in for it in Ann Arbor.
I was at the game
"Leaders & Legends? Really? How about just name the divisions, Ohio State & everyone else." -Colin Cowherd
It's been FOREVER since Michigan has had a game where the crowd wasn't 100k +. We filled it up, even in the RichRod years.
Best post ITT
So was I. There was waaaayyyyy too much red but there was not more red than blue. Red sticks out more.
Should I remind you of the ND Nebraska game in 2000?
And we were without our starting RB for the entire game, so what? You lost Denard on your final offensive possession of the first half, and you managed to get into FG-range once before that.
The year before, it was a 7 point game at half, and UM faked a FG for a TD on your first possession of the 2nd half. UM caught NU off guard, and it steam-rolled from there. You earned the win, but it was no more dominant than NU's win last year (and Im not claiming ours was a dominant win).
Our D has sucked, but our O should be good enough that any team on our schedule will still need to score 30+ to beat us, just like the past couple of years.... UM definitely has the best chance of anybody on our schedule to do that, but Im not sure a potential loss to UM will keep NU out of the B10 title game either.... I think it'll be a fun battle.
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One of the funnest Husker moments ever..... I've always thought that that "sell-out" should count towards Nebraska's sell-out streak.
"That's the loudest stadium I've ever been in."
- Lloyd Carr, former Michigan Head Coach
"After kickoff, the fans – even the alumni – forget who they are, where they come from and what their degree is in. The audience adopts a new collective identity for the next three-and-a-half hours: the 12th, 13th and 14th man. Autzen's 59,000 strong make the Big House collectively sound like a pathetic whimper. It's louder than any place I've ever been, and that includes "The Swamp" at Florida, "The Shoe" in Columbus and "Death Valley" at Louisiana State. Autzen Stadium is where great teams go to die."
– J. Brady McCullough, The Michigan Daily
9. Tiger Stadium (LSU)
Sure it is... just not from the home crowd...
Thousands of Ohio State Buckeye Fans yell the O-H-I-O chant around the Big House!
It was bad in 09
Lol texas at 14
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