The spice must flow.
Oh wow! That's gotta hurt. Them.
Yeah, from the looks of it, ND is gonna have a "rebuilding year".
Rah! The result didn't surprise me, but the final score kinda did.
Tech has some work to do on offense. It should have been even more of a blowout, but the first four times we got within their 10-yard line, we only walked away with three field goals. But Tashard Choice is a runnin' machine (hope he stays healthy), and as usual our defense was top-notch.And for good luck, we had Calvin Johnson on our sideline rooting for us. :-)
As much as it pains me to admit...I was rooting for Tech in this one. ;)
I'm stunned. :-0
Now Fermi, some tepid congratulations to the school in the northeastern part of the state would be gracious. I have no dog in this hunt being a semi-pround graduate of U of M, the one that didn't get be yesterday by Appalachian something or other. Now I'm wondering if "my team" played, and if it did, if it won.
There's another school in this state? ;-)Dave, you've lived in the south long enough to "get it" about longstanding southern football rivalries. I'm gracious with my (poor misguided) Georgia fan friends, even while we are ribbing each other. It's all part of the fun.I feel your pain about finding out how a non-top-25 school fared when you live out of state. At least we have the internet now. I used to have to call home to find out how Tech did when I lived in Massachusetts.
What is this "football" that you speak of?
It ain't soccer, I can tell you that.
So, I still haven't looked, are you telling me that "my team" didn't even get ranked? Michigan was five and the "Harvard of the South" wasn't?Just so you know, the Med, Nursing and Law Schools are ranked pretty well academically.
Sorry Dave, I didn't look up the score. I will catch up on everything tomorrow (at work, you know).I care far more about academic reputation than sports. I am glad that Tech consistently ranks highly among public institutions. You should be proud that your alma mater does, too.
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