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Denard and Devin go "nuts" on that thing they call a Defense
UM 35 OSU 32.
I think high scoring, last one with the ball wins.
Michigan 23, Ohio State 21.
MICH: 34 OSU: 28
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
38 - 24 Michigan
“Those who stay will be champions”
― Bo Schembechler
38-21 OSU....... I just had to
I dream of a day when chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.
You forgot to add our second half pts. to that
28-24 both teams d's play better than expected Michigan ends the drought in the toilet bowl.
31-28 OSU. I wish this were wrong, but I don't like our play in road environments.
Edit: I think one thing that would help us immensely is if we can build a quick lead like 14-0 or 17-0. It got UCLA fired up against USC, but it would have the opposite and would suck the wind out of the sails at the Shoe. I just don't think a back and forth shootout ends up in our favor.
This post was edited by freernnur5 17 months ago
"Isn't it amazing what somebody will do when he can't bunt." - Vin Scully
It is hilarious watching how homer both fan bases are. It is so awesome. So pumped for this week. Easily my favorite day of the year.
I think we find out early what will happen when our D line is chasing Gardner around. Make no mistake, they will get pressure, not a matter of if. So if he handles it well, this is a back and forth ending with something like 38-34 OSU (because I am biased). If he doesn't handle it well and presses early, watch out for a similar game to OSU/Nebraska just with fewer points. I would predict something like 38-17 in that scenario.
I definitely think Brax and Carlos get theirs though. Turnovers and Gardner's ability to withstand the pressure will decide your team's performance. Cliche? Yes. Still my opinion though.
It's The Game week boys....
Braxton is 2-3 steps slower than he was prior to the Illinois game. But hey if you think he's gonna tear it up like he did against wisky, by all means be my guest.
Our run blocking is putrid, but our pass blocking has been off the chain. So I don't think injury prone Hankins and Williams, or converted Boren, or underachieving Sabino will be that disruptive. Only guy we gotta watch is Simon and even then I think Schofield will do just fine. I think Braxton will get his for sure, but I don't think Hyde will do much. Won't have the ball in his hands that much since y'all will be throwing a lot.
He didn't want to show y'all anything...haha...Urban saving all of his offense for this week. That's why he just ran the same play over and over and over again and made me yell at my TV against Wisky....wanted to keep it close so he got his boys attention..
No? Oh well
Will keep this one for after the game....Hankins, Williams, Sabino....non factors, Check.
Will be non factors in the backfield. Most likely, y'all will be rushing 4 for most of the game in fear of getting burned by Denard and Devin. So I'll take our 5 vs your 4 on pass blocking
I find it funny that you guys claim to have no talent, but predict to win against a team that projects to have multiple NFL draft picks.
We have a better coaching staff!
Which is why Ohio is going to be in even worse trouble when Michigan has equal or better talent on the field.
Based on opinion Willy. Provide some facts besides he's a "Michigan man" and we'll talk. You guys think you have the best coaching staff around (as does everyone) but I rarely see and evidence to go with it besides an 11-2 season with a weak schedule comparable to ours.
This post was edited by dkerns 17 months ago
What? We're going to be in even more trouble once you guys have equal or better talent because you guys can make predictions. My post was directed at you guys making predictions to win....
Michigan pulls out a tight one as UofM D goes bend but don't break most of the game and forces a few FG's at crucial times. Gibbons nails a game winning field goal late (brunette girls) and Michigan wins 27-26
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