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The kicker went 1 for 5! Hilarious, although I do feel bad for him, I am really enjoying the absolute failure of the team so far.
Michigan State is again the class of the Big 10.
"According to John Moss of KTUL-TV in Tulsa, a Tulsa trainer told him, 'Walker suffered a broken neck and collapsed lung. He had to be revived on field, and a tracheotomy was performed.'
And a big night for the Pac-12, and it could get bigger if Arizona can keep slapping around the Cowboys. ASU is drilling Illinois too.
Finally UCLA goes outside the family, and the new attitude is evident in the defense. And all the O line problems weren't Neuheisel's fault (injuries, missions, and idiots like Stan Hasiak) , but this is the first competent O line at UCLA in at least a half a decade. Also, horrible, horrible night for the Big Ten.
not thrilled to be looking correct but the loss of the offensive line coach looms large
the entire wisconsin offense is predicated on solid line play
For the 2012 and 2013 seasons the Minutemen will play all of their home games at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. During this time period plans are in place to upgrade McGuirk Stadium to adequate FBS conditions. Stadium seating is to be increased to about 25,000 seats with more seats being added to the sidelines as well as seating additions to the south end of the stadium. The north end will have a new training facility and locker rooms added, and the press box will be elevated to 2 levels with more TV/radio booths as well as Luxury Suites being added.
The cost of this construction is estimated at $20,000,000 and is expected to be completed in time for the 2014 season. The deal with Gillette Stadium calls for UMass to play at least 4 games per year at the stadium from 2014-2016 which would leave open the possibility for 1-2 games per season during those years to be played on campus at McGuirk Stadium.
But yeah, I thought the Big Ten might take a step forward this year, but instead, they've gone backwards. Nebraska and Wisconsin probably don't deserve to be ranked right now. Michigan was lucky to get away with a W against Air Force. I'm wondering how much damage Northwestern can do in the conference this year. They might have the two best OOC wins in the conference this year.
"beating a ranked team."
Furthermore, the big impetus for realignment this time around were the TV contracts going up for bid. With the exception of the Big 12 (I think) they are all in deals that will last for many, many years.
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