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how about the blatantly obvious non-PI call in regulation? goes both ways in that game, sorry cupcake.
If Notre Dame is on the list then Michigan stays. Not counting last year they have been HORRIBLE and even Rich Rod owned them. I'm the last one to stick up for the boys in blue but if you're keeping Notre Dame after one season then Michigan stays too. Now if you'll excuse me I'm going to go wash my mouth out.
I am a Buckeye...proof there is a God in Heaven who loves me.
yeaaa I was going to post that, but at least with Holtz their last NC was in the late 80s.
This post was edited by 34WEbuckeye 13 months ago
Second out ? Nebraska?
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Braska or ND, for sure.
So why is Notre Dame ending the series next year?
Troof. Michigan's last outright championship in 1948 was a long...LONG time ago.
The OP had nothing to do with IF you were a Blue Blood, you guys clearly are....
Aside from the fluke last season (until its proven not to be a fluke) ya'll have been massively under achieving as well since damn near the Holtz era.
Because your relevancy on the field or lack thereof has been horrid. Last year was the first time anyone seriously had to talk about Notre Dame being in the national title hunt in well over a decade. And Nebraska has won a title most recently than Notre Dame.
FIFY as well.
azvalley doesn't think so. Apparently it wasn't clear enough for him if we had to lay out why we're a blue blood.
Ok I'm confused. Is a blue blood overall history or ''what have you done for me lately''?
I didn't say you WEREN'T one, I said whether or not you ARE one to this day is highly debatable. Read moar pls.
pretty much the purpose to this thread.. voting OUT a blue blood based on more recent history. I'd say it goes Michigan first, then Braska, then ND. 2/3 are fairly close, though.
In the context of the OP it's what have you done for me lately. He's acknowledging that Michigan was a blue blood but with recent developments should they still be one. Overall history dictates that the list of 8 is pretty much etched in stone.
So by that logic would Florida and Oregon be IN as blue bloods?
no. not even close. BP pretty much summed it up.
It's not my lack of reading, it's your lack of understanding what a blueblood is.. When people discuss bluebloods, it usually means they are discussing which programs have had the most success throughout history. Michigan is definitely one and it's not even debatable.
This post was edited by TAMUWolverine 13 months ago
post 1948 says it is.
And there you go picking arbitrary timeframes, completely ignoring what happened before that.
Which proves right my second post ITT.
It wouldn't matter. All you'd do is just discount the facts we present.
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