|01-07-2009, 09:37 PM||#151|
Bale, Bale, Bale
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The only teams that don't really run the spread in the Big Ten are Iowa, Michigan State, and Wisconsin. Everybody else runs some form of it whether it be more passing or run oriented. Michigan (well most years), Ohio State and possibly Penn State have the athletes to compete. The rest of the league has athletes in certain places, but not all around. The Big Ten is down, but not out. OSU showed Big Ten football against Texas which is solid defense and a good running game and just being physical. I know Michigan beat some of the more speedier teams in the past because they punched those teams in the face Big Ten style because I see some of those spread teams being soft. The SEC is the best conference in college football and probably will be for a while and USC is LA's pro team so it's hard to keep up with them.
|01-07-2009, 11:00 PM||#152|
hagler ud over Leonard
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