Another week, another half point loss. Something tells me those oddsmaker bastards know what they're doing.
Last week's poll results were clear. We think Minnesota sucks. And fair enough. Any reasonable person would draw the same conclusion. Unfortunately, USC isn't exactly a powerhouse this year either. They did have an 18 point lead halfway through the 4th quarter.......but the game isn't over until the bookies say so. A meaningless touchdown with 16 fucking seconds left sealed the fate of thousands of gamblers across the land. Coincidence? Horseshit. Enjoy your new Ferrari, Lane Kiffin.
I realize this isn't Lane Kiffin. It still feels appropriate, though.
But hey, let's shake off last week's loss and focus on this weekend's cupcastic Big Ten schedule. There's not a whole lot to say here, really. Can the big boys roll or is this a week of moral victories for the MAC? I'm not going to tell you who I like so as not to taint the vote. Control group, bitches. I'm a motherfucking scientist.
Let's get a win here, shall we?
Concentrate now. Give me a winner.
jNorthwestern beats Central Mich by a touchdown (90 votes)
Central Michigan keeps it within 7 against jNW (4 votes)
fPurdue beats Toledo by 12 or more (13 votes)
Toledo keeps it within 11 vs fPurdue (13 votes)
Denard Robinson beats Bowling Green by 26 or more points (21 votes)
Michigan's defense can't keep Bowling Green from keeping it withing 25 points. (65 votes)
Ohio State rolls E Mich by 44+ points (24 votes)
E Michigan, though terrible, stays within 43 points of OSU (23 votes)
Penn State beats Temple by 2 touchdowns or more (49 votes)
Temple stays within 13 points of PSU (30 votes)
Indiana beats a bad Akron team by 23 points (10 votes)
Minnesota covers 4 versus N Illinois (22 votes)
N Illinois keeps it to within 3 (or straight up beats) Minnesota (40 votes)
Why didn't you include Iowa? Shut up. You know why. (88 votes)
Indiana vs Akron total score is less than 57 (11 votes)
OSU - E Mich total score is less than 56 (4 votes)
Temple - Penn State total score is over 44 (12 votes)
519 total votes