#4 Posted on 3.9.05 2242.26 Reposted on: 3.9.12 2242.44
Originally posted by Texas KellyWho knows, maybe the "experts" will actually pick Texas for the Red River now...
Mack Brown will still find a way to screw up that game, assuming he finds a way not to screw up next weekend at Ohio State. With Notre Dame at least showing a semblance of life, not a bad football Saturday next week, with Notre Dame at Michigan and Texas at Ohio State being the national games of a triple header. Also, any truth to the reports out of Oklahoma that hours after the Sooners lost a man who looked like he was from the cast of Deliverance was still seated in the stands, swigging bottles of barbecue sauce, and alternately chanting Hoss and Stone Cold?
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#5 Posted on 3.9.05 2319.26 Reposted on: 3.9.12 2320.36
Originally posted by redsoxnationWith Notre Dame at least showing a semblance of life, not a bad football Saturday next week, with Notre Dame at Michigan and Texas at Ohio State being the national games of a triple header.
Actually, I'd argue that it's more than just a semblance of life as far as Notre Dame is concerned. However undeserved it was, Pittsburgh was a BCS team last year, and most said it would take a year or two for Weis to collect the talent necessary for Notre Dame to make a serious run. But never doubt the power of the Church of Belichick.
In fact, I'm picking the Irish to win that game. Michigan's definitely a top-15 team, but NO WAY are they a true #4. They're definitely ripe for picking.
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