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Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by just interested » Wed Oct 07, 2015 7:18 pm

So you really think Michigan will only win three more games?

I wouldn't count your chickens yet either.

The tough part of MSU's schedule starts in two weeks.



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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by NS8401 » Wed Oct 07, 2015 7:20 pm

just interested wrote:So you really think Michigan will only win three more games?

I wouldn't count your chickens yet either.

The tough part of MSU's schedule starts in two weeks.
With an anemic offense it'll catch up to them...



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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by just interested » Thu Oct 08, 2015 9:55 am

Shouldn't happen this week then, since the truly anemic offense in Ann Arbor this weekend will belong to NW. At least statistically, coming into this game. With both defenses even, I like Michigan's chances with the more productive offense. And unless MSU shows some major offense in NJ this weekend, I like Michigan's chances against an offense that is getting a lot of praise for being average.



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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by just interested » Sat Oct 10, 2015 6:52 pm

OK, Michigan just shut out NW. Absolutely crushed them. Time to take care of business next week. Bring on the Spartans! The best defense in the nation is ready.



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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by NS8401 » Sat Oct 10, 2015 9:51 pm

just interested wrote:OK, Michigan just shut out NW. Absolutely crushed them. Time to take care of business next week. Bring on the Spartans! The best defense in the nation is ready.
And the weakest offense for miles is ready too? MSU escaped with a 31-24 win over Rutgers.. Now the question is: will MSU score points come next week?

I'm telling you guys right now that the Harbaugh train will derail this season.. That's why I'm not boarding this one... I'll catch the next one thanks.



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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by just interested » Sun Oct 11, 2015 3:49 am

NS8401 wrote:
just interested wrote:OK, Michigan just shut out NW. Absolutely crushed them. Time to take care of business next week. Bring on the Spartans! The best defense in the nation is ready.
And the weakest offense for miles is ready too? MSU escaped with a 31-24 win over Rutgers.. Now the question is: will MSU score points come next week?

I'm telling you guys right now that the Harbaugh train will derail this season.. That's why I'm not boarding this one... I'll catch the next one thanks.
When you talk about the weakest offense for miles I am assuming you are talking about MSU. Michigan scored 38 points on the number one scoring defense in the nation. MSU struggled mightily against a Rutgers team that isn't’t very good. Michigan will probably be the home favorite heading into the game.

Have fun waiting for whatever train you are looking for. Don't get too lonely and don't get run over by the Harbaugh train as you wait. It has a tendency to run over people lately.



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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by craig11152 » Sun Oct 11, 2015 7:27 am

NS8401 wrote:I'm telling you guys right now that the Harbaugh train will derail this season
Can you clarify that? What constitutes a "derailment"?
NS8401 wrote:I'm not boarding this one... I'll catch the next one thanks.

Another clarification....your going to wait till Harbaugh leaves in whatever fashion that may be?
What if he turns out to be another Bo or Lloyd and sticks around for 10-20 years?


Finally, he switched to a bone saw to finish the job, and at 9:17 p.m., Mountain time, the head of the greatest hitter who ever lived had been sliced off.

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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by NS8401 » Sun Oct 11, 2015 8:57 am

craig11152 wrote:
NS8401 wrote:I'm telling you guys right now that the Harbaugh train will derail this season
Can you clarify that? What constitutes a "derailment"?
NS8401 wrote:I'm not boarding this one... I'll catch the next one thanks.

Another clarification....your going to wait till Harbaugh leaves in whatever fashion that may be?
What if he turns out to be another Bo or Lloyd and sticks around for 10-20 years?
It's a pair of simple statements... This team will lose again and I'm not gonna get hyped up about them only to be let down which is inevitable.
just interested wrote:
NS8401 wrote:
just interested wrote:OK, Michigan just shut out NW. Absolutely crushed them. Time to take care of business next week. Bring on the Spartans! The best defense in the nation is ready.
And the weakest offense for miles is ready too? MSU escaped with a 31-24 win over Rutgers.. Now the question is: will MSU score points come next week?

I'm telling you guys right now that the Harbaugh train will derail this season.. That's why I'm not boarding this one... I'll catch the next one thanks.
When you talk about the weakest offense for miles I am assuming you are talking about MSU. Michigan scored 38 points on the number one scoring defense in the nation. MSU struggled mightily against a Rutgers team that isn't’t very good. Michigan will probably be the home favorite heading into the game.

Have fun waiting for whatever train you are looking for. Don't get too lonely and don't get run over by the Harbaugh train as you wait. It has a tendency to run over people lately.
One was a defensive touchdown and one was a special teams touchdown... Their offense only put up 24...



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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by craig11152 » Sun Oct 11, 2015 9:30 am

NS8401 wrote:
craig11152 wrote:
NS8401 wrote:I'm telling you guys right now that the Harbaugh train will derail this season
Can you clarify that? What constitutes a "derailment"?
NS8401 wrote:I'm not boarding this one... I'll catch the next one thanks.

Another clarification....your going to wait till Harbaugh leaves in whatever fashion that may be?
What if he turns out to be another Bo or Lloyd and sticks around for 10-20 years?
It's a pair of simple statements... This team will lose again and I'm not gonna get hyped up about them only to be let down which is inevitable.
They aren't simple statement's they are pretty freaking vague. And your answers seem pretty vague. So your definition of a derailment is anything short of a win on Jan 11th in Glendale AZ? Because if another loss is a derailment then that means they need to run the table.


Finally, he switched to a bone saw to finish the job, and at 9:17 p.m., Mountain time, the head of the greatest hitter who ever lived had been sliced off.

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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by just interested » Sun Oct 11, 2015 9:58 am

NS8401 wrote:
craig11152 wrote:
NS8401 wrote:I'm telling you guys right now that the Harbaugh train will derail this season
Can you clarify that? What constitutes a "derailment"?
NS8401 wrote:I'm not boarding this one... I'll catch the next one thanks.

Another clarification....your going to wait till Harbaugh leaves in whatever fashion that may be?
What if he turns out to be another Bo or Lloyd and sticks around for 10-20 years?
It's a pair of simple statements... This team will lose again and I'm not gonna get hyped up about them only to be let down which is inevitable.
just interested wrote:
NS8401 wrote:
just interested wrote:OK, Michigan just shut out NW. Absolutely crushed them. Time to take care of business next week. Bring on the Spartans! The best defense in the nation is ready.
And the weakest offense for miles is ready too? MSU escaped with a 31-24 win over Rutgers.. Now the question is: will MSU score points come next week?

I'm telling you guys right now that the Harbaugh train will derail this season.. That's why I'm not boarding this one... I'll catch the next one thanks.
When you talk about the weakest offense for miles I am assuming you are talking about MSU. Michigan scored 38 points on the number one scoring defense in the nation. MSU struggled mightily against a Rutgers team that isn't’t very good. Michigan will probably be the home favorite heading into the game.

Have fun waiting for whatever train you are looking for. Don't get too lonely and don't get run over by the Harbaugh train as you wait. It has a tendency to run over people lately.
One was a defensive touchdown and one was a special teams touchdown... Their offense only put up 24...
Well, the game was over after the first play, essentially, so they certainly didn't need much offensive output. Besides, there will be another defensive touchdown this year as this is the best defense in the nation and I am far from the only one who believes it.

You, on the other hand, believe the Harbaugh train will derail this year and you are the only person that believes it. I don't know what you have been watching, but it is clear it's not the Michigan football team.

BTW, you don't have me fooled I know by what you have said that you are no fan of Michigan. So stop with the pathetic charade, it makes you look stupid.



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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by just interested » Sun Oct 11, 2015 10:01 am

Going back to my original post on this thread, where is Jack who started it?



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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by MWmetalhead » Sun Oct 11, 2015 10:07 am

I'm quite excited about how the Wolverines have played the last few games. Each week, they seem to be getting better & better. They have exceeded my expectations up to this point.

The only question I have is the offense's ability to charge hard in all four quarters. The Wolverines scored only 7 points in the second half against UNLV and 10 yesterday against Northwestern. (Granted, the big lead heading into the second half likely affected the Wolverines play calling to an extent.)

Michigan's play defensively has been outstanding, definitely the best in the country among FBS schools. (I mean, if the Wolverines aren't the best, then who is?)

The Spartans have played sloppy on defense each of the past two weeks against lousy teams. If they do that in Ann Arbor, they are in for an ass kicking. I don't think they will, though. As banged up as that MSU team is due to injury, I think they will bring their "A" game this coming Saturday. Dantonio loathes Michigan and Michigan fans, and he instills that hatred in his players. Given the Spartans' injuries, U-M's tough defense, and the fact the game is at the Big House, I have to give the advantage to Michigan, but my gut tells me it will be a fairly close game nonetheless.

I do hope, though, that Michigan just kills the Spartans. I want to hear Mike Valenti cry on the radio. :horns

By the way, I would remiss if I didn't mention what a moron Matt Millen is. Millen - after Northwestern is down 21 to zip - says "it's important that Northwestern stick to its playbook and not try anything risky." Really?!!! The same playbook that dug them into a 21 to 0 hole early in the first half?!!! Yeah, great idea. What a MORON.

Wouldn't shock me if U-M cracks the top 10 in the new rankings given yesterday's impressive victory over the Wildcats. They certainly shouldn't be any lower than 11th or 12th. Wouldn't it be something if both U-M *and* MSU were top 10 nationally ranked teams heading into next weekend's contest? NO ONE, and I mean NO ONE, would have expected that this year.


Thanks, corporate radio, for finally tossing Nickelback to the curb. Now can you please do the same for Shinedown? THEY SUCK!!!

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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by just interested » Sun Oct 11, 2015 11:06 am

If Michigan wins you won't hear a thing from him on Monaday, because he won't be there. He has a tendency to bail out on Mondays after Michigan has beaten State. Then he will show up on Tuesday, stating that it was a scheduled day off. He will start his show talking about the Lions and when a caller tries to get him to talk about MSU and Michigan his response will be, "Michigan won, so what. OSU is going to beat the crap out of Michigan." Then he won't say anything else aboutit. He will disengage and change the subject.

If Michigan wins, Valenti won't show. Book it.



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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by NS8401 » Sun Oct 11, 2015 11:41 am

craig11152 wrote:
NS8401 wrote:
craig11152 wrote:
NS8401 wrote:I'm telling you guys right now that the Harbaugh train will derail this season
Can you clarify that? What constitutes a "derailment"?
NS8401 wrote:I'm not boarding this one... I'll catch the next one thanks.

Another clarification....your going to wait till Harbaugh leaves in whatever fashion that may be?
What if he turns out to be another Bo or Lloyd and sticks around for 10-20 years?
It's a pair of simple statements... This team will lose again and I'm not gonna get hyped up about them only to be let down which is inevitable.
They aren't simple statement's they are pretty freaking vague. And your answers seem pretty vague. So your definition of a derailment is anything short of a win on Jan 11th in Glendale AZ? Because if another loss is a derailment then that means they need to run the table.
Look Squirrel... It means they aren't going to win out... It's pretty freaking simple... When is a derailment ever a good thing? It means things are going to get jacked up...



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Re: Countdown to Jim Harbaugh's next losing season

Post by NS8401 » Sun Oct 11, 2015 2:16 pm

Latest AP poll:
MSU #7
Michigan #12

If they beat MSU they'll be top 10... My they will break down prediction stands anyways...



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