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1. Learn to count, please. I know education isn't valued in the SEC, but even the most basic of you simpletons should know how to count to seven.
2. LMFAO @ your existence, thumping your chest about ALABAMA'S success. Does that honestly give you a sense of pride? Your hated enemy winning three of the last four national titles (and the only one not being theirs in that span being the most illegitimate championship in the modern era)? Does it make you feel good that Saban could've scored 100 on Auburn last season, but called the dogs off? Is that mouthbreathing "S-E-C" mentality so engrained in your mind that you celebrate Alabama's successes, even as your own program is nothing more than a splattered bug on their windshield?
Shut up, you just went 3-9, 0-8 in the conference! You should have lost to LA Monroe who got killed by an 8-4 MAC team. How's it feel to be Alabama's little sister? Big Boy football? Michigan is football.
BTW i was never impressed by the Championship you bought.
GO DAMN BLUE!!!
You about as dumb as they come bro. Really ?. Is it that Dadeville, AL winter air getting into your water jug brain that you have?.
If he commits to AU tomorrow, would UM fans not come back here?
No, because this is our home board. Use some common sense, idiot.
Yes. We'd be back here fending off all the trolls talking trash about him picking somebody else. It'd be ugly, but we'd be here.
Will Michigan fans stop coming to the Michigan board? HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM.
Feel free to start using your brain at any time, hayseed.
“Those who stay will be champions”
― Bo Schembechler
I just meant the thread. U guys are touchy.... not one classy word about AU or UT in this whole thread!
I think I read someone actually say that Green had a better chance of winning the Heisman at UM? I would like to hear that logic.... Denard Robinson regressed over his career (think he went from runner up for the Heisman soph year to runner up for the starting job his sr year).
Somebody mentioned not being impressed with the National Championship AU "bought".... That was a cute comment. We haven't heard that one before. However, it was dang impressive. Nobody can deny that. Heisman winner and Lombardi winner on the same team? That's ridiculous to say you weren't impressed!
I mean, if Green chooses UM tomorrow, I can understand that. I mean, it's a program steeped in tradition. I mean, before the '90s, UM was pretty good. I mean, AU had problems this year, but UM, they're a team that's historically good! They never miss out on bowl games, except for last year and the year before, but hey! who's keeping count?
Just looking up some historical data here, and I'm seeing UM as having a perfect season in 1997. That's pretty recent! Wonder how many perfect seasons AU has had since then? I can think of 2. Maybe he's thinking he wants to go to a school that will help him make the League? Hm.... interesting that AU and UM have the same amount of players in the league w/ both at 27.
What I'm getting at here is the two programs are pretty darn even in every statistical category.... Maybe you guys should do some homework....
I'll be back. Except for the trolls I really like the posters on this board. They care about Michigan, know what they are talking about, and there is enough disagreement for honest discussion. Based on the trolls who come here that isn't the case everywhere.
Right, definitely "pretty close" in terms of all-time wins, all-time conference championships, and other numerous stats. Maybe you should do some homework.
Your before the 90's comment: Michigan won a National Championship in the 90's.
"Except for last year and the year before that" - Michigan went to the Outback Bowl this previous year, won the Sugar Bowl the year before, and went to the Gator Bowl the year before that.
I understand if you don't like some of the comments here about AU, but telling folks to do their homework when it is clear that you didn't do nearly enough yourself is, well, dumb.
Are you really mentioning missing bowl games and doing your homework in the same post?
Auburn missed bowl games in 2012 (that's recent, right?), 2008, 1999, 1998, 1994, 1993, 1992, and 1991.
Michigan missed 2008 and 2009.
So we've been to more bowl games in the last 2 years, even the last 4, and then many more in the last 20+, right?
Alright let's see....
1. Denard was not a runner up for the Heisman. And his injury is the reason he wasn't the starting QB at the end of the year.
2. I'm not impressed. Any team could have bought Cam Newton, and he's the only reason you won.
3. We were "pretty good" until the '90s? You realize we won a NC in the '90s? And we were a hit to the head away from the NCG in 2006?
4. We did not miss a bowl game last year or the year before. In fact, we played in a BCS bowl game. You, however, missed a bowl game this year. I don't know if you remember, but you went 3-9.
5. How in the hell are the two programs "pretty darn even in every statistical category"?
-Wins: 903 for Michigan. 721 for Auburn
-Winning %: 73.4% for Michigan. 63% for Auburn
-NCs: 11 for Michigan. 2 for Auburn
-Conference Championships: 42 for Michigan. 11 for Auburn
-Heisman winners: 3 for Michigan. 3 for Auburn. Yay, you're tied!
-Consensus All Americans: 78 for Michigan. 66 for Auburn
-Attendance: 114,804 for Michigan. 87,451 for Auburn.
I don't like looking at past stats because they're completely pointless, but seriously? Pretty darn even?
Welp, this escalated quickly.
Ducks, I've used all my down votes on trolls again so +1 to you for saying it better than I could.
dangggg didnt know there was so much animosity btwn AU and MICH fans, i honestly hope he goes to mich if not us, i dont wanna see him at tennessee
The Gus Bus is rolling, get on or get out of the way!!
All time wins, I'll concede.... UM takes the cake there... I don't like using that statistic since it's skewed (UM football est 1879, AU 1892), but I'll concede it because of the winning percentage. UM-73%, AU-63%. Not a huge gap, but a gap nonetheless.
Conf championships have nothing to do w/ each other, since #1 we're in different conferences and #2 AU didn't join a conference until 1933.
What other numerous stats you got? Heisman winners? Nope, 3 each. All-Americans:76-68? So less than 1 for the 13 yrs longer that y'all have on us? Claimed NC's? You guys claim 11.... but they're wierd, who would claim some of those, except Alabama of course.... We claim 2, but have 7 unclaimed (only AP claimed, which coincidentally UM has 2 AP titles as well)... Because we don't claim what we didn't earn...
I'm failing to see where Michigan is really that much more of a "powerhouse" than AU is.... maybe you can enlighten me?
Don't forget the NCAA sanction .
Hellz yeah it did. When you mention history, homework, math, and grades on a Michigan board you're asking for trouble, bruh.
There is no point in dealing with southern folk....no matter how easy of a concept, they just won't get it.
Welcome to the Feinbaum show. Please go away.
When you are called West Georgia College that says it all...
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