This is correct.
I heer Kanzas iz løvli inde fåll ...
No, I think he has until the 12th of November no matter what. The only way Nebraska's hand gets forced is if some other big-time school pulls the trigger first.
(casts glance at Gainesville, Florida)
I pretty much just made a bunch of English words look vaguely Scandinavian like they did in Monty Python and the Holy Grail, but it's kinda creepy how close that translation actually is.
If anyone can lose by 1 point in triple OT, it's Mike Riley.
You realize their quarterback situation is somewhere between Maryland's and Iowa State's, right?
My guess is as long as they're improving and/or winning at least eight games a season, it'll be cool. The last time Purdue looked this good at the halfway point of the season (and remember, they're 3-3), Kyle Orton was their QB.
Yup, we're done here.
I swear the third wrecked car in that video is hit by a meteorite.
(Russian dash cam videos are my guilty pleasure. Well, one of them.)
Understood, but this is exactly the sort of game that smashes those kind of expectation. Indiana is incapable of playing a standard football game, ever. And Michigan's circumstances are unique at the moment.
That would make me quite happy indeed. And I can see it happening if I'm wrong about the offense not being able to grind.
Look, I've done All The Way.
As a displaced Iowan living in that tiny part of Illinois that is within a 7-hour drive of Atlanta, I understand completely. My kids don't go out for recess if it's under about 40°. One day last "winter" school was called off because snow was forecast. (It never fell.)
I do agree that WaHo is a blessed place. Double order. Scattered, smothered, covered, diced, and peppered.
Alcohol and tobacco (even dip) are totally forbidden on BYU's campus. Observant Mormons do not consume caffeine but BYU's tailgating rules don't forbid coffee, tea, or soda containing caffeine. There are indeed BYU tailgaters. I don't know how strictly the rules are enforced but somehow Jim McMahon made it through BYU.