Discussion in 'Football, Baseball, and Hockey' started by Nemo, Feb 17, 2013.
The first 4 weeks are like the NFL pre-season. Real football begins with the conference games.
Yeah they pounded the piss out of a little brother. Shameful.
Let's see if they nut-up O-St.
Ohio State will be exposed as pretenders this season..........
What an 9 and 2 season ?
I see Michigan with 1 loss this season....OSU will have at least 3.
Michigan band spelled out “OHNO” during halftime against Central Michigan (Photo) - Yahoo! Sports
cause they were killing Central ?
This team is READY this season. They got the MOJO goin.
They're lookin to avenge last season. They'll make less mistakes this season.
They're gonna ram the ball down the throats of the opposition.
I see the passion that's been missing for several years mow.
Are you talking about the football team or the marching band?
I think it's "fewer" mistakes. To use "less" was a mistake.
Woody...I'm using the "new" English........
I would classify you as "questionable."
You talking about the 12-10 game. That's pounding piss
I see a loss to Ohio State, and then tripping against Nebraska, or either at Iowa or Northwestern.
I can see 11-1, but who knows? 10-2 or 9-3 IF Michigan State gets it together anything can happen.
I will guess 10-2 which seems the safest guess to me. Either way, I predict Michigan wins the Big Ten. I see them breezing through their first 7 games but things get trickier after that. Oh, yeah. The Big Ten championship game. So 11-2 if they get there.
Somebody missed their nap today...
Did lose mean loss way back then ?
Cause it don't now.
"I was conjugating the voib"
Slip Mahoney (Bowery Boys). I don't remember which movie. I was a little kid watching those Bowery Boys, Judge Hardy, Shirley Temple, Charlie Chan reruns on a Sunday afternoon and remember him saying it way out of context when corrected on some grammatical error. Great stuff...although not always politically correct.
Sunday afternoon? You should have been watching the Lions!
They did have TV back then didn't they?
You should be talking, Woody. I still have that picture you sent me of you watching your first TV.
Good stuff to watch on Saturday am. Loved the Bowery Boys. Especially Louie Dombrowski.
I remember seeing my first TV. B&W of course. I was peeking through a neighbor's window
at this small, fuzzy, snowy picture. Had to be late in the 1940's.
I don't think it was the Lions although the team is as fuzzy now as it was then.
That game is over now, but the "malady lingers on." :-)
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