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Jalapeno

I can do this all day.
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At least ****braska was one to lead the way in the Big Ten to get the talks going and find solutions to get the season going. It may not work out for the B1G.

All I see from CU is their team screwing off and taking team hikes while their leadership sits around taking a paycheck for nothing. Except the coaches are putting together a mediocre 2021 recruiting class. Nothing to be proud of for sure.

Yep! I know what's coming next: "Scoreboard dip****!"
The Big Ten wouldn't shed any tears over losing their only non-AAU school. I don't think ****braska was in any leadership capacity and weren't they in the Legends division? The glory Cornhusker years are becoming more urban legend each passing season in the Big Ten and Little Four.

I'd worry more about getting those recruits to stay in Stinklon before worrying about a former rival's recruiting rankings if I were you. Aren't you a Buff fan in Cornhusker fan skin?

You will know how seriously the Nub administration takes their football when they extend Scott Frost's contract after losing two more games to CU in the coming years. And then we will laugh at Cornhusker fans having to accept the fact that their school & fanbase isn't much different from CU's fanbase.
 

CarolinaBuff

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Ohio State avoids Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota from the West. I’m sure that was on accident.

Wisconsin avoids tOSU, PSU, and to a lesser extent MSU, from the East.

That’s your B1G CG, per usual.
Ohio State got a favorable schedule, imagine that. Hey, gotta credit the B1G though, they knew that tOSU had a CFP caliber team.
 

TSchekler

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Ohio State got a favorable schedule, imagine that. Hey, gotta credit the B1G though, they knew that tOSU had a CFP caliber team.
They’re clearly the best team and it likely wouldn’t matter, but they’d be crazy to make it harder for them than it needs to be, especially when they already play PSU and UM
 

MtnBuff

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The Nubs had winnable non-divison games in the original 2020 schedule replaced with OSU and PSU.

There's no way that was unintentional. The BIG is putting them in their place. Another losing season in Lincoln.
They are getting slapped back down.

They were going to have another losing season anyways though.

Just because those games looked "winnable" doesn't meant that they would actually win them, they have been losing a lot of games recently that they didn't expect to.
 

boulder77

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Snowflakes gonna snowflake:


****braska publicly talked about how it wanted fall football more than any other Big Ten school. On Wednesday, the Big Ten said fall football would happen on Oct. 24.

****braska is still not happy.

The conference unveiled its schedule on Saturday and its existence gave ****braska another chance to complain. The ****ers open at Big Ten favorite Ohio State on Oct. 24 before Big Ten West favorite Wisconsin travels to Lincoln for Week 2.

“For obvious reasons, I was hoping we could dissemble the schedule because of unique circumstances and rebuild it to be fair for each school in the conference,” athletic director Bill Moos told the Omaha World-Herald on Saturday. “I was outspoken on that, to the point where they heard it from me every day. The rationale was there, I didn’t think we needed to follow it. ****braska is playing five AP preseason top 25 teams. Ohio State is playing two.”

“I’m sure my friend [Ohio State athletic director] Gene Smith is smiling today. His friend Bill Moos is not. I’ve got a good football team with a great football coach that deserves a break here or there to start getting back on track to being a contender in the Big Ten West.”

Weaker teams play tougher schedules because their opponents are better. And when you’re ranked like Ohio State was in August, there are fewer ranked teams in your conference that you can play. It’s simple math. Ohio State’s schedule was already set to be easier than ****braska’s.

The Big Ten’s logic in building the schedule was also simple. ****braska was scheduled to play Ohio State and Penn State and Rutgers before the pandemic hit as part of its nine-game schedule. Ohio State was its protected crossover opponent, and Penn State was scheduled to visit Lincoln while Rutgers was one of five originally-scheduled road games. That math left the Rutgers game on the chopping block as the Big Ten sought to make sure each team had four home games and four road games in 2020.

Yet here we are with a ****braska that ended up getting its way still finding something to gripe about. ****braska’s tantrum when the Big Ten initially postponed the football season to the spring was childish and hilarious. Yeah, it’s one of just two schools in the Big Ten that doesn’t have a pro sports team in the same state. But ****braska is also the only show in town because it’s in a state with five electoral votes, the fewest of any Big Ten state.

If ****braska wants a break, it needs to start setting itself up for those breaks on the football field. The once-proud Big Eight team has fallen flat on its face lately in the Big Ten. This is a ****braska team that lost to Northern Illinois at home in 2017, to Troy at home in 2018 and had a four-game losing streak in 2019 to fall out of bowl contention. You can’t complain about logical scheduling when you’ve won 13 games over the past three years.

- Nick Bromberg
 
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BuffsNYC

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“For obvious reasons, I was hoping we could dissemble the schedule because of unique circumstances and rebuild it to be fair for each school in the conference,” athletic director Bill Moos told the Omaha World-Herald on Saturday.
His (k)****braska education checks out.
dissemble
verb
1: to hide under a false appearance
dissembling the facts

2: to put on the appearance of : SIMULATE
She lay down and dissembled sleep.

Actually, on second thought, he may have been using the word correctly and the ****ers merely want to simulate playing Ohio State.
 

ahoelsken

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Ohio State avoids Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota from the West. I’m sure that was on accident.

Wisconsin avoids tOSU, PSU, and to a lesser extent MSU, from the East.

That’s your B1G CG, per usual.
Well they can't make their desire OSU-Wisconsin championship that obvious can they? I don't see how you can pick Nassar State over anybody but Maryland and Rutgers in that division.
 
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