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With OSU ineligible, not a single other teams was able to crack the top 25. Not sure that has ever happened before.
They are playing some bad football.
I noticed that 33% of the AP voters that did not vote for A&M were from the Big 10. Six of 20 media members did not cast a single vote for A&M were from: Lansing, MI, Ann Arbor, MI, Madison, WI, Ft. Wayne, IN, Champaign, IL, and Minneapolis, MN.
Other than ohio st who cheats like crazy, no other big 10 school pays players. Maybe mich does and you can tellmon the field. They have severe talent deficiencies.. Also, the spread has killed the white def player other than a few. Too much space
How does a kid from indiana go to lsu kiel? I know he ended up at nd once lsu basically showed to be asses and every one in america saw how they treat their players. That other qb from kentucky signed with aub whos since transferred.
Thats the heart of big 10 country. Those schools make a lot of money and basically have allowed themselves to be b slapped by all south teams.. Sad.. Sad for college.
This post was edited by Daddy98 18 months ago
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FWIW the Big 10 has been the Big 2(Michigan and Ohio St) and Little 10 for a long time. When Michigan was down recently and OSU on sanctions it's easy to see the rest of the conference struggling nationally. Also, Michigan owns the SEC, Ohio State and the rest of the Big 10 does not however.
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Yes, Michigan looked great vs. Alabama several weeks ago.
Alabama is on another level, how many teams would look great against them? Michigan is 20-6-1 vs the SEC.
Having lost by a combined 93-28 score in your last two games with the 2011 loss Mississippi St. (52-14) and this year to Alabama, I don't think I would be bragging about "owning" the SEC.
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