10-2, Indy, finish 11-3 (assume loss to OSU in Indy), would've been better.8-4 with the axe, and then any bowl win to make it 9-4, is a good season
Who has said that?10-2, Indy, finish 11-3 (assume loss to OSU in Indy), would've been better.
Do we just have to say and live with for Fleck "he's just going to lose 2 games that he shouldn't have lost every year, that's just what he is" ?
If you watched the games, and not just the odds, you'd know which games. Purdue and Iowa were games we lost, more than they won. Play calling and the actual game has a lot more to do with "should've won" than odds.Who has said that?
Has he lost two games he should’ve every year?
Also lost to Ohio state and to Iowa. Not sure I would say we should have beat iowa. Could have.
Lost to penn state
Purdue - were favored but were favored with people assuming Mo was playing and their QB wasn’t. Line would’ve been probably close to a pick ‘em.
Iowa - line was like 1.5. MN freshman playing his 3rd career start against a top 5 defense in the country.
Illinois - 4.5 line with their QB questionable
If that’s us losing two games we should win then almost every team in the country loses two games they should win. So yeah I guess you’ll have to accept that some years you’re going to lose games you’d like to win. If being a 1 point favorite means you “should win” then the Wisconsin coach will be a real failure if Mn beats them this week.
Last year he should not have lost to Bowling Green and Illinois. Would've been a much better season.Has he lost two games he should’ve every year?
I think he should never lose a game ever!Last year he should not have lost to Bowling Green and Illinois. Would've been a much better season.
This year he should not have lost to Purdue and Iowa. Would've been a much better season.
Why do you tend to take things that are very clear, and then try to muddy them? That seems to be your thing.
You didn't watch either game? What in the green Earth does any of that have to do with anything?I think he should never lose a game ever!
I disagree about Purdue. There aren’t many teams in the 20-50 range that would beat another team in the 20-50 range down their best two offensive players.
Vegas disagrees we should’ve beat Iowa. Teams were essentially a coin flip.
If you are heads and I am tails, I spot you 2 heads and we play first one to 25 of my type and I beat you…does that mean you should’ve won?
We played two close games and lost two close games.You didn't watch either game? What in the green Earth does any of that have to do with anything?
Anyone who watched those games knows we should've won both.
I don't think you're really trying at this point.
If Georgia beats LSUJust read an interesting article about the possibility of both Mich and OSU making the CFP which would bump PSU into the Rose Bowl and everyone else up a spot (taking Detroit out completely). Wouldn't take much, and it's extremely likely if these things happen:
BTW, the article also randomly mentioned Minnesota since they're ranked 17 in SP and 21 in FPI but unranked in any poll (with good reason). Just found it odd they were mentioned.
- LSU loss to Georgia (committee LOVES LSU. Already ranked above a couple 1 loss teams)
- USC loss to ND (OSU might make it in over a 1 loss USC, but you never know. Mich prob won't)
- Clemson loss to SC or UNC (they have a weak resume, but you want as few 1 loss teams as possible)
- Mich win over OSU (OSU win against ND is looking better each week - esp if they beat USC)