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GDT: #8 Ohio State at #10 Michigan 11/28/2015

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No, that wasn't it. It was the 8-10 offensive line holding calls that they let go on all their other drives. Plus the clear grab of our receiver in the end zone in the first half.

And by the way, I'm only talking about the holds I saw. I turned it off early in the 3rd quarter.

Hilarious. Your team gets annihilated on their home turf 42-13 and you're blaming officials? Hahahaha.

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The only fault in that logic is that if MSU beats PS and Iowa beats MSU, Iowa will be there no question. And if you're going to take another big 10 team, are you going to take the one who lost to MSU? Personally, neither MSU or OSU deserve to be there. Neither team played much of a schedule.

If Michigan State beats Iowa, they'll be 12-1 and the Big Ten champ with wins against Iowa, at OSU, at Michigan, and Oregon. Name me 4 other teams with more impressive resumes than that

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Hilarious. Your team gets annihilated on their home turf 42-13 and you're blaming officials? Hahahaha.

Yes, they missed several key calls, particularly early when it might have been a different ball game. Maybe you aren't familiar with officials having the ability to control-and turn- a game. But that is what they did in the first half. If you think OSU's line is that good without holding, you're nuts.

Having said this, Michigan simply needed to put 9 or 10 in the box and stop the run and they couldn't. God knows that isn't a top flight throwing QB on the other side, and all they needed to do was cheat on the run every single down and they refused. Until Michigan can do that, they won't beat them.

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I have a problem with Barret the drunk driver playing the entire last half of the season despite driving drunk and trying to run over innocent children and women. Urban Meyer should be ashamed of himself for putting winning games over innocent people's lives.

Ohio State was the better team. Oh well. Michigan will get a better chance to win a bowl game now as long as Rudock can play by then. I was hoping for an 8-4 year and I thought I was crazy but 9-3 is insane. Add a bowl win and Ann Arbor should be going extra crazy for the future once we get a real QB.

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Yes, they missed several key calls, particularly early when it might have been a different ball game. Maybe you aren't familiar with officials having the ability to control-and turn- a game. But that is what they did in the first half. If you think OSU's line is that good without holding, you're nuts.

Having said this, Michigan simply needed to put 9 or 10 in the box and stop the run and they couldn't. God knows that isn't a top flight throwing QB on the other side, and all they needed to do was cheat on the run every single down and they refused. Until Michigan can do that, they won't beat them.

If it makes you feel better, go ahead and believe that. They got annihilated at home. 11 out of 12. Ohio State owns Michigan. Complaining about holding calls in a 30 point blowout is a new low for "the leaders and the best".

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If it makes you feel better, go ahead and believe that. They got annihilated at home. 11 out of 12. Ohio State owns Michigan. Complaining about holding calls in a 30 point blowout is a new low for "the leaders and the best".

LOL. A 5 win team last year and lo and behold, they had at least an outside shot at a division title. I'd say that's pretty good. But if OSU wants to measure themselves by the crap coaches and teams Michigan has fielded over the last several years, as well as the lack of depth on this team, go right ahead. I choose to look forward. If Harbaugh can have this kind of year without his own kids, zero depth AND with a transfer QB, the sky's the limit. OSU, on the other hand, is on the way down. Couldn't beat MSU, had a soft schedule and couldn't win when the chips were down. Now they likely go to a nice bowl that means nothing- just like Michigan.

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Nice game by the Buckeyes today. I'm still trying to figure out what Michigan's game plan was. For a team that has a great defense, they got owned today.

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LOL. A 5 win team last year and lo and behold, they had at least an outside shot at a division title. I'd say that's pretty good. But if OSU wants to measure themselves by the crap coaches and teams Michigan has fielded over the last several years, as well as the lack of depth on this team, go right ahead. I choose to look forward. If Harbaugh can have this kind of year without his own kids, zero depth AND with a transfer QB, the sky's the limit. OSU, on the other hand, is on the way down. Couldn't beat MSU, had a soft schedule and couldn't win when the chips were down. Now they likely go to a nice bowl that means nothing- just like Michigan.

Hahahahahahahahahahahaha.

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Michigan had a great year. Harbaugh is a good coach.... One of the best in the country... And I'm sure he will make them a great program again. But, Ohio State and Michigan State are 2 of the elite programs in college football and aren't going anywhere anytime soon. You're telling me that Ohio State is trending down? Based on what? Did you just make that up? They own you. Michigan State has won 7 of 8 against you. You're the up and coming kid on the block right now, and believing that the big boys are just going to fade away because you got Harbaugh is comical. Those are elite programs. You're trying to get to their level again.

Ohio State won the national championship last year. They're on the way down because of 1 loss on a last second kick? Jesus man... Think before you type. You're supplying people with great comedy material.

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If Michigan State beats Iowa, they'll be 12-1 and the Big Ten champ with wins against Iowa, at OSU, at Michigan, and Oregon. Name me 4 other teams with more impressive resumes than that

It'll be Oklahoma (up huge right now), B10 winner for sure. Alabama (should cream Florida), Clemson (should win over UNC) are clearly in with wins, and ND is clearly next in line if they beat Stanford.

If it gets beyond that, maybe OSU, maybe Stanford (w win over ND and USC), maybe UNC (win over Clemson). Clemson might also remain in the top 4 even with a loss, especially if ND wins (they beat ND).

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Michigan had a great year. Harbaugh is a good coach.... One of the best in the country... And I'm sure he will make them a great program again. But, Ohio State and Michigan State are 2 of the elite programs in college football and aren't going anywhere anytime soon. You're telling me that Ohio State is trending down? Based on what? Did you just make that up? They own you. Michigan State has won 7 of 8 against you. You're the up and coming kid on the block right now, and believing that the big boys are just going to fade away because you got Harbaugh is comical. Those are elite programs. You're trying to get to their level again.

Ohio State won the national championship last year. They're on the way down because of 1 loss on a last second kick? Jesus man... Think before you type. You're supplying people with great comedy material.

Remember, he's making a prediction, not a projection.

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If Stanford beats ND today, I think OSU will be given serious consideration by the playoff committee, assuming Clemson and Alabama win out. The defending national champ that goes 11-1, with their only loss being on a last second FG in weird weather to another playoff team. I think the committee would like to avoid 2 teams from the same conference, but their only other choice would be 2-loss teams.

Oops, forgot about the Big 12, lol. I must have been still been groggy and punchdrunk from the game.

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I have a problem with Barret the drunk driver playing the entire last half of the season despite driving drunk and trying to run over innocent children and women. Urban Meyer should be ashamed of himself for putting winning games over innocent people's lives.

Hahahaha what???

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Michigan had a great year. Harbaugh is a good coach.... One of the best in the country... And I'm sure he will make them a great program again. But, Ohio State and Michigan State are 2 of the elite programs in college football and aren't going anywhere anytime soon. You're telling me that Ohio State is trending down? Based on what? Did you just make that up? They own you. Michigan State has won 7 of 8 against you. You're the up and coming kid on the block right now, and believing that the big boys are just going to fade away because you got Harbaugh is comical. Those are elite programs. You're trying to get to their level again.

Ohio State won the national championship last year. They're on the way down because of 1 loss on a last second kick? Jesus man... Think before you type. You're supplying people with great comedy material.

National championship to nice bowl in warm weather that doesn't mean anything. That doesn't seem like "up" to me. 5 wins to nice bowl in warm weather that doesn't mean anything...that seems like up to me....

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National championship to nice bowl in warm weather that doesn't mean anything. That doesn't seem like "up" to me. 5 wins to nice bowl in warm weather that doesn't mean anything...that seems like up to me....

They went from national champs to 11-1. Really trending down. They lost on a last second kick to a potential playoff team.

Michigan was going to be better this year. Their schedule wasn't difficult at all and had tons of juniors and seniors.

Your underlying premise here is ridiculous. I don't doubt things are looking up for Michigan, but they still have a long way to go as today demonstrated.

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Hahahaha what???

The 1 game suspension was a joke. It's everywhere though. Don't think that Michigan or anyone else would've taken that much more of a tough stance. Wayyyy too much $$ at stake.

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The 1 game suspension was a joke. It's everywhere though. Don't think that Michigan or anyone else would've taken that much more of a tough stance. Wayyyy too much $$ at stake.

He also had his scholarship taken away for a semester and, you know, the whole punishment by the law part of it.

People act like college students get kicked out of school for getting an OVI.

I was mostly laughing at ingefanclubs way overdramatic post. Women, children, death and destruction.

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National championship to nice bowl in warm weather that doesn't mean anything. That doesn't seem like "up" to me.

Are you drunk, high, or a combination of the two?

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Are you drunk, high, or a combination of the two?

National champ to not even being in the top four and not winning your division isn't "trending up". Almost doubling your wins and being a fluke play away from beating msu with zero depth and a transfer qb seems like trending up to me.

Michigan's "weak" schedule is basically the same teams osu played. Except osu's first game was against a 500 team (Hokies) while the Utes are 9-3. And osu didn't play another 10 win team in northwestern- a team Michigan shut out. So the strength of schedule argument is complete and total bs.

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National champ to not even being in the top four and not winning your division isn't "trending up". Almost doubling your wins and being a fluke play away from beating msu with zero depth and a transfer qb seems like trending up to me.

Michigan's "weak" schedule is basically the same teams osu played. Except osu's first game was against a 500 team (Hokies) while the Utes are 9-3. And osu didn't play another 10 win team in northwestern- a team Michigan shut out. So the strength of schedule argument is complete and total bs.

Im a Michigan State fan... But Ohio State isn't trending down lmao. They annihilated your trending up team today on your field. And you come on here and rant and rave about how Michigan is getting better and Ohio State is going down? Because they lost to another elite program on a last second kick! Jesus man. I know you're angry but step away from the keyboard for a second and think about what you're saying. Ohio State won the national championship last year. Meyer has lost 1 regular season conference game! And they're going down because of 1 game decided by a last second kick to another elite team?!?!?!? And somehow they're "measuring themselves against terrible Michigan coaches." Lmao. Carr couldn't beat them at the end either. They've owned you. Your demise is independent of their success. They just got done winning a national title.

Michigan is definitely on the rise. But this team was ready to compete this year. Their depth chart is LOADED with juniors and seniors. And that transfer QB? Senior. Played at Iowa. Don't plead poverty here. Your team was going to contend this season before Harbaugh showed up. The schedule was more favorable than MSU's. You got both State and OSU at home. You can discuss the fumbled snap all you want, but what about those road wins against Minnesota and Indiana? Both could've easily been losses if you want to play the ifs and buts game.

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Im a Michigan State fan... But Ohio State isn't trending down lmao. They annihilated your trending up team today on your field. And you come on here and rant and rave about how Michigan is getting better and Ohio State is going down? Because they lost to another elite program on a last second kick! Jesus man. I know you're angry but step away from the keyboard for a second and think about what you're saying. Ohio State won the national championship last year. Meyer has lost 1 regular season conference game! And they're going down because of 1 game decided by a last second kick to another elite team?!?!?!? And somehow they're "measuring themselves against terrible Michigan coaches." Lmao. Carr couldn't beat them at the end either. They've owned you. Your demise is independent of their success. They just got done winning a national title.

Michigan is definitely on the rise. But this team was ready to compete this year. Their depth chart is LOADED with juniors and seniors. And that transfer QB? Senior. Played at Iowa. Don't plead poverty here. Your team was going to contend this season before Harbaugh showed up. The schedule was more favorable than MSU's. You got both State and OSU at home. You can discuss the fumbled snap all you want, but what about those road wins against Minnesota and Indiana? Both could've easily been losses if you want to play the ifs and buts game.

To be fair this was just one game, actually just one quarter since they were essentially tied at halftime. A very small sample size. Aside from that 3rd quarter and the fumbled punt against MSU I think most people would say that Michigan was arguably the most impressive team in the conference this year. They had convincing road wins, dominating home wins, and controlled the game aside from 2 plays against MSU.

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To be fair this was just one game, actually just one quarter since they were essentially tied at halftime. A very small sample size. Aside from that 3rd quarter and the fumbled punt against MSU I think most people would say that Michigan was arguably the most impressive team in the conference this year. They had convincing road wins, dominating home wins, and controlled the game aside from 2 plays against MSU.

Michigan had a good season. But they got trounced today. You and dissect it all you want, but Ohio State annihilated them. I'm not sure how you would classify those road wins against Minnesota and Indiana as convincing, and I wouldn't brag much about winning at Maryland and Penn State. Michigan blew out NW, but really blew their chances at statement wins. Should they have beaten State? Yep. But State also played a good game and got the win. You can pick apart the games until we're blue in the face and we'll get nowhere. They went 9-3. Good season, but like I said, it was a team built to compete now. Harbaugh didn't turn water into wine here.

I'm always not into this whole "2 plays away" or "take this out and we are ..." approach. They lost to MSU. They beat IU and Minnesota. Beating particular plays to death in individual games will be fruitless. They're wins and losses however you slice them.

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Michigan had a good season. But they got trounced today. You and dissect it all you want, but Ohio State annihilated them. I'm not sure how you would classify those road wins against Minnesota and Indiana as convincing, and I wouldn't brag much about winning at Maryland and Penn State. Michigan blew out NW, but really blew their chances at statement wins. Should they have beaten State? Yep. But State also played a good game and got the win. You can pick apart the games until we're blue in the face and we'll get nowhere. They went 9-3. Good season, but like I said, it was a team built to compete now. Harbaugh didn't turn water into wine here.

I'm always not into this whole "2 plays away" or "take this out and we are ..." approach. They lost to MSU. They beat IU and Minnesota. Beating particular plays to death in individual games will be fruitless. They're wins and losses however you slice them.

Look, UM lost to OSU and a hurt MSU team (the tough loss that got balanced out at Minnesota/Indiana) and everyone knows they're not at their level yet. But one guy makes a shitpost and you have to go and feed the troll for some reason.

At any rate, UM is far from a team built to win now. We lose our LBs, our FBs, Ojemudia (hurt last 7 games), Glasgow the C (will hurt a lot), Wilson the S (will hurt some), our punter, and Rudock (will hurt). That's 6-ish starters and a punter, only 3/4 that we'll really miss. IF Lewis and Butt come back, we should still be good or getting better at OL, WR/TE, DL, DB.

Much of next season will depend again on the QB--a lot of people think O'Korn might have won the job this year were he eligible, and a lot of people think we'll bring in another 5th year QB to give us 2 guys (planning on Peters red-shirting, and some rumblings/connections with Taysom Hill). LB and RB will still be issues, although there's hope in recruiting.

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