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This is hilarious. Talk about splitting hairs to try to validate your opinion.
It's good to be the King.
I think you can throw a blanket over Michigan, MSU, and Nebraska. they are comparable teams, and schedule may make the difference between them.
Wisconsin is going to be down considerably this season. Losing the entire offensive staff, as well as more than half your starting offense is a huge challenge. Add the loss of half your starting defense and UW is at least a year away from being as good as they were the last two years.
Nobody really knows what to expect out of OSU. They have lots of talent and Meyer is a terrific coach, but will it take him a year to put things together or will they make the same sort of bounce Michigan made last year?
I'm fairly certain whichever team emerges from the Legends will win the CCG and get to the Rose Bowl. I'm just not sure which it's going to be.
I like that we get both Wisky and Michigan in Lincoln this year.
If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.
Close to a ban, DA. Attack the arguement, not the person. No name-calling, etc.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Kevin Ryan 21 months ago
It's ok; you don't see how MSU will replace Cousins and Co., then I don't see how Nebraska will replace Crick, David and Dennard. Your D should take a step back from last year.
My biggest complaint about your posts regarding MSU is that you assume that there's no way the next guys in line for MSU could possibly perform well . . . but when it comes to new Nebraska starters, you just assume they'll be as good, or better, than the guys they replace.
Fact is, Nebraska loses several stars and the MSU - Nebraska game is @MSU this year. I don't see how either group can say with confidence that their respective team will win that game, this far out.
One final point: Gholston doesn't have Worthy to play off of, you're absolutely right. At the same time, he lines up at the 5-tech, and Worthy's replacement at the 3-tech. If Gholston is drawing the OT and maybe a TE, then that gives the 3-tech a one-on-one match-up with the OG in the B-gap. That's not a bad thing.
It could very well be that Gholston's stats take a hit, but that the productivity of the DL doesn't change much; Gholston draws the double teams instead of the interior DL, which opens things up for the big boys inside.
This post was edited by MalibuMan 21 months ago
Michigan State does not and will not run the 3-4 defense.
Class act big fella.
Nebraska has a lot more questions than MSU.
MSU question is QB and Wide recievers.
Our Questions include, D backs, D line, Linebackers, Quarterback, O line, wide receivers. Looks like we have many more questions.
We are not overlooked.
I didn't down vote you. I don't believe I have down voted anyone actually. Please don't accuse if you don't know.
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I'm Up Voting you for not Down Voting me.
...It ain't what they call you, it's what you answer to.
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The whole point of the downvote is for it to be anonymous. That way DV wars aren't started.
BTW, wasn't me.
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I agree Lando.
Even though I don't fear MSU. But the point is we are not being overlooked, and I agree. We have to prove ourselves, and sometimes that's better. Bo and Co. have a lot to prove yet. Whether they can come together and put a complete product on the field remains to be seen.
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That would be great, except he didn't make an argument. He simply attacked me.
I pointed out how wrong he was, and you decided to erase the whole thing. Thanks a lot.
Of course we're being overlooked. The B1G media doesn't consider Nebraska a contender this year, after overhyping us last year. They don't want to have egg all over their faces again, so they're ignoring the Huskers.
It's fine. Gives the team something to prove.
Three WRs, a QB, and a TE. Your entire receiving corp.
NU has one WR to replace and a couple of OL. We actually do have four returning starters , but only three will start.
Three players on D to replace. Same as MSU.
No, NU does not have more questions than MSU.
Yes, we're overlooked. Nebraska is as talented and as experienced as MSU, and close to UM. We have the capabilities to win the division, no matter that you don't think so. Which means we're being overlooked.
This post was edited by Kevin Ryan 21 months ago
However, completely mistaken.
Hmm---the list of NU questions included:
"Our Questions include, D backs, D line, Linebackers, Quarterback, O line, wide receivers. Looks like we have many more questions."
I don't see any mistakes here. Let's see--if you figure that a football team's sections are:
Quarterback, Running Back, O-line ,Tight End, Wide Receivers
D-line Linebackers Def-backs
That's 7 out of 9 sections where Nebr has questions. Lando got it right.
DA won't be able to read or respond to your posts for awhile.
Your team. All the time.
I lol'd when he referred to someone as a pimple. Not sure why he always resorts to name calling and is then baffled about why he gets disciplined. When's the welcome back party?
Not for ahwile.
Wow, an indeterminate Time Out. I wonder if DA gives his students similar Time Out's for untoward behavior.
I'm glad I was able to resist the urge to come in this thread once it turned south. Sorry to all the MSU fans that came here for a good debate and didnt get one.
Hopefully he learns his lesson this time.
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