College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 14)

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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 14)

Postby bukie » Sat Nov 14, 2020 11:33 pm

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rawaction wrote:IU looked pretty meh offensively today, despite pretty good yardage thru the air. The defense was dominant and shut out Michigan St, who really didn't ever get all that close to scoring. They did get shutout themselves in the 2nd half, and had their first failures in the red zone all year with an INT, two turnovers on downs, and kneel downs. So, got that stuff to clean up. But 4-0 with the biggest game in program history on deck.

#BringOnTheBuckeyes!


On Reddit they were discussing how if there was to be a “random” COVID outbreak to prevent this game from being played and both teams won out, IU would hold the tiebreaker due to the record of out of division opponents and go to Indy.
:D

If Northwestern beats Purdue today, they could have a random COVID outbreak to cancel their game with Wisconsin, making Wisconsin ineligible for the Big Ten title game, then would finish their season with games against Minnesota, MSU and Illinois.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 14)

Postby UMFan83 » Sun Nov 15, 2020 1:57 am

UMFan83 wrote:Thank you to Penn State for making Michigan’s season look less disappointing by comparison


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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 14)

Postby rawaction » Sun Nov 15, 2020 2:22 am

UMFan83 wrote:
rawaction wrote:IU looked pretty meh offensively today, despite pretty good yardage thru the air. The defense was dominant and shut out Michigan St, who really didn't ever get all that close to scoring. They did get shutout themselves in the 2nd half, and had their first failures in the red zone all year with an INT, two turnovers on downs, and kneel downs. So, got that stuff to clean up. But 4-0 with the biggest game in program history on deck.

#BringOnTheBuckeyes!


On Reddit they were discussing how if there was to be a “random” COVID outbreak to prevent this game from being played and both teams won out, IU would hold the tiebreaker due to the record of out of division opponents and go to Indy.
:D


Wouldn't put it past Tom Allen.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 14)

Postby SouthSideRyan » Sun Nov 15, 2020 4:17 am

bukie wrote:
UMFan83 wrote:
rawaction wrote:IU looked pretty meh offensively today, despite pretty good yardage thru the air. The defense was dominant and shut out Michigan St, who really didn't ever get all that close to scoring. They did get shutout themselves in the 2nd half, and had their first failures in the red zone all year with an INT, two turnovers on downs, and kneel downs. So, got that stuff to clean up. But 4-0 with the biggest game in program history on deck.

#BringOnTheBuckeyes!


On Reddit they were discussing how if there was to be a “random” COVID outbreak to prevent this game from being played and both teams won out, IU would hold the tiebreaker due to the record of out of division opponents and go to Indy.
:D

If Northwestern beats Purdue today, they could have a random COVID outbreak to cancel their game with Wisconsin, making Wisconsin ineligible for the Big Ten title game, then would finish their season with games against Minnesota, MSU and Illinois.


And they’d only need to win 2 out of those 3, or 1 out of 3 assuming IU(or somebody else) beats Purdue
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 14)

Postby OleMissCub » Sun Nov 15, 2020 4:29 am

Pretty sure Muschamp is about to be gone at USCe.

Ole Miss put up 708 yards and their QB was 28/32, 513, 5 TD
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 14)

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Postby NOLA » Sun Nov 15, 2020 12:33 pm

OleMissCub wrote:Pretty sure Muschamp is about to be gone at USCe.

Ole Miss put up 708 yards and their QB was 28/32, 513, 5 TD

Hugh Freeze, part deaux?
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 14)

Postby OleMissCub » Sun Nov 15, 2020 3:21 pm

NOLA wrote:
OleMissCub wrote:Pretty sure Muschamp is about to be gone at USCe.

Ole Miss put up 708 yards and their QB was 28/32, 513, 5 TD

Hugh Freeze, part deaux?


For the past few years Sankey essentially had Freeze blacklisted from returning to the SEC. Several schools had apparently wanted him for OC jobs but Sankey shot the hires down. However, rumor is that he’s open to Freeze returning now. South Carolina maybe? I could see it.

I think Freeze ends up somewhere out East for his next gig, either a place like USCe or an ACC school. I think he’d have too much baggage to overcome on the recruiting trail if he was in the SEC West’s territory.

On the other hand he could just stay at Liberty. He’s getting paid like 3 mil a year with an Uber friendly media and the fan base doesn’t expect much so he’s got very little pressure. He also gets to play 3 or 4 “free shots” every year against bigger schools, which is where Freeze excels. If you recall from his tenure at Ole Miss, Freeze would routinely beat the Bama’s and LSU’s or have those games be super close, but he’d lose to Memphis or Arkansas.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 14)

Postby CaliforniaRaisin » Mon Nov 16, 2020 2:27 am

OleMissCub wrote:Pretty sure Muschamp is about to be gone at USCe.

Ole Miss put up 708 yards and their QB was 28/32, 513, 5 TD


And Muschamp is out.

He's making $21 million in buyout money from SEC schools. I wish someone would pay me 1% of that to not work for them.
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