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In before Michigan fan goes full retard
It's how my neighbor spells his name.
Not sure how they can deny it so far when just looking at this year. I would have him a spot or two higher with a better showing against Air Force. No shame in their 2 losses, unless you consider that it looks as if they don't even know Denard's strengths. Of course, maybe they are saving him for the B1G games.
The fact that O'Brien has made McGloin one of the better QBs in the Big Ten should have him higher.
I almost moved him ahead of Hoke, but that's about as high as I would take him now. Should have pulled out that UVA game and he would be well up the list. I hope he can get some momentum going and he holds on to Hack, because he could at least make them competitive. That side of the B1G needs a 5-3 or 4-4 Penn St.
(in no particular order)
You had them slightly out of order. Here, I fixed it for you ...
3) Fitzgerald - solid coach, but will never have the talent
8) Meyer - ferret face douche full of lame excuses
6) Hope - moustached douche
7) Pelini - overrated screamer douche
4) D'Antonio - pouty grumpy crankyface douche
5) Kill - another solid coach with limited talent
1) Hoke - future HOF coach
2) O'Brien - class guy, which means he will fail
12) Bielema - super big douche
11) Wilson - wonders every day what he got himself into
10) Beckman - too soon to realize he's in way over his head
9) Ferentz - smokes more weed than his players
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by MrWoodson 22 months ago
BOB has to be #1. He leaves the NFL and it's going to shambles. Comes to CFB and a playoff is starting. Coincidences? I think not.
Another Intelligent post by MrsWoodson
Sadly, the problems in Nebraska are in the coaching offices and the fans that sit in the seats and defend them.
You seem angry. Would you like to tell me about your childhood?
List looks legit.... Hoke is slightly overrated. He should be #9.
Which still puts him several spots ahead of Jimbo "We Are Just One Year Away" Fisher.
This post was edited by MrWoodson 22 months ago
Hey, it's D'Antonio's long lost cousin, S'Aban.
Meyer is too high. His defense completely sucks and they have struggled against three bad teams because they don't have the guts to play tough OOC games.
UCF poor showing
Cal poor showing
UAB poor showing
Stealing Sparty's recruits and owning them on the field since 1898
Coming from a UM fan
Urban 2 Hoke 0
Meyer should at least be 1b. He's a great coach with rings as proof..... Hoke is way too high and should be ranked lower. Robinson is hiding his flaws the same way Cam hid Chizik's.
Over the last ten years OSU has played Texas twice, USC twice, Miaim U twice. michigan has played ND.
If God dwells inside us, like some people say, I sure hope He likes enchiladas, because that's what He's getting
Robinson had 5 turnovers, he isn't hiding anyones flaws.
This is Michigan, fergodsakes.
UCF wasn't a poor showing, IMO. That was a good team.
I agree tOSU hasn't been amazing, but while most of the B1G is getting beaten and embarrassed, tOSU is not. Maybe something changes when B1G play begins, but so far I haven't seen a team in the conference I would say is better than tOSU. I'm sure they pick up a loss or two, but a 10-2 season in his first year would be very good, IMO.
Are you my down vote troll? If you say it's embarrassing with how Wisconsin played Utah State and Northern Iowa, you better lump Ohio State in the same boat. Counting the road loss at ranked Oregon state as being an ok loss now, Ohio State has been no more impressive. UAB? You serious?
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