Discussion in 'Sports Zone' started by DFWJC, Sep 12, 2020.
A one loss Clemson team likely makes the playoff over any other one loss team.
Dude absolutely no need to apologize
Your team played well. Congrats on the win
I said you'd score 40. I was 2 points off....
You were close. I'm really happy for the win. IU is never going to be a powerhouse football program but for several years now I think they've been raising their profile (my opinion that is thanks to Hoeppner). I'd be happy if they can consistently be a team that doesn't struggle to get that 6th win every year.
did Notre Dame fans just infect their entire team lol?
Of course....maybe even vs a half schedule undefeated team
Especially given the 1 loss was
Without all world QB (though the back is very good)
On the road
Without 3 of their best defenders
In overtime vs a top 5 team
My Hoosiers start the Big10 season 4-0! Woo! Heading in to a huge game next weekend with Ohio State where they will emerge 4-1!
How long before Jim Harbaugh gets fired?
I'm going to have watch them versus Ohio State.
Love when someone, anyone upsets the apple cart.
I've been wanting him fired since 2017. Been clear for a while that he's not the guy we thought we hired. Most just didn't want to admit it because he's a "Michigan Man" and apparently up here that matters more than actually doing your job well
I'll be honest with you, I'm a lifelong fan and am alum as well. I've never been so disgusted with Michigan football in my life. Even under Rich Rod
At least his teams played hard. 2020 Wolverines have mailed it in pretty much all season. How in the hell Harbaugh is still cashing checks from the UofM athletic dept is a complete mystery to me. He's been a colossal failure relative to what he's getting paid
Well, my Hoosiers came up short as I figured but made the game exciting.
My Iowa Hawkeyes just went into halftime tied 13-13 with Nebraska.
Iowa beat Nebraska 26-20.
How does Jim Harbaugh keep his job. He needs to be fired and never heard from again...
The answer to your first question is, he's a "Michigan Man". In the delusional world of the overwhelming majority of narcissistic University of Michigan alumni and fans, that is the only qualification required to have the full backing of the athletic department and the school. At this point it's crystal clear to me that the University of Michigan would rather lose big with one of "their" guys, then break the mold and actually change with the times of college football
It's pathetic but I promise you it's true. Now that said, this season is really putting a strain on that unbreakable "Michigan" bond. I honestly believe that a totally humiliating beat down at the hands of Ohio State, which I fully expect will happen, could spell the end of this 6 year mistake
As a long-suffering Wolverine fan and alum who has seen the painful truth about harbaugh since roughly 2017, I can only hope this is the case
This has dragged on long enough
Well my Hoosiers have lost their QB for the season. I like the guy, pretty good QB but I'm pretty sure he's gone down to injury three years in a row now.
I heard about Penix
Sorry bro. Tough break. You guys were putting together a good season. Hope he heals quickly and fully
Pretty sure Texas is firing Herman and hiring Urban Meyer.
Only caveat there is USC is likely canning it's staff and may also look at Meyer.
Someone is gonna give him Saban money that's for sure.