Originally posted by GalaxyShieldNo problem....
Crap, wrote it backwards. I guess I wanted Virginia to win more than I thought I did.
Sorry about the mistake.
Originally posted by shortcircuitI despise Michigan...especially because I may go to OSU next year, but it's nice to see the Big 10 beat an SEC team.
I was glad to see Lloyd Carr go out on top, even though it went against my pick. He was a stand up guy who never made excuses and never blamed anyone for the Michigan shortcomings.
Originally posted by cmsMasterThe SEC is 6-2 in bowl games this year; unless OSU upsets LSU in the "Championship" Game, the Big 10 will have another losing bowl season - they stand at 3-4 now.
I despise Michigan...especially because I may go to OSU next year, but it's nice to see the Big 10 beat an SEC team.
SEC = overrated bunch of white trash.
Originally posted by poundleeWhat a moron; 3-4 is a LOSING RECORD - the 7th in the last 8th years for the "Big Ten" - and you consider that "great"! The Big Ten didn't have a lot of rated teams this year for a reason and so far the two that played lost. If and when OSU loses, they'll be 0 for 3 and have a "great" 3-5 record.
The Big Ten has had a great bowl season. Only a fool (or maybe a guy who roots for Hawaii) looks only at record. But when you break down home/ road and matchups, I'd argue it is a quality performance by the Big 10.
#1 big 10 team did not play yet (but it is the second year in a row they are playing for a national championship)
#2 big ten team got bl 9th best team is very competitive against a team that was ranked as high as #2 in the nation.
Originally posted by poundleeI forgot; you consider every bowl game by a Big Ten team to be a road game and use that as an excuse if they lose.
Florida is the 4th best team in the SEC. The game is in Florida and they lost (for the second time in a bowl game in 5 years) to Michigan (the #3 big ten team). It is a huge win and as good an underdog win as there was in bowl games.