You may be crazy but you are my kind of crazy. It is not out of the question. I am breaking down film on Georgia.Early days, boys and girls. Early days.
We're now at that point in the season where the conventional wisdom crowd is crafting their early hot takes — which they'll repeat ad nauseam until those takes are (inevitably) proved true or discredited.
For starters, "The B1G West is horrible" and "Michigan State is overrated" seem to be the leading knee-jerk reactions. We'll see if these two pearls of wisdom prove to be correct or are discarded and forgotten.
I know this: if my Favorite team wins outf, the hot takes will be blown away like dust in the wind.
While I'd like to think that Colorado being P5 means something .... jeez, they were bad.
In general it could be both.I have a question, not necessarily directed to you but to the board in general:
If Generic Team A beats Generic Team B by a big score, are we to assume that Generic Team B is probably "bad", to that Generic Team A is possibly quite good?
In general it could be both.
For Colorado it's safe to assume they are bad because of their performance last year and so far this year. And Mike Sanford Jr is their OC.
I think people are pretty positive about our dominant performances this far.What about the Gophers and their performance this year? Have we learned anything?
I only ask because we seem to hear a lot — over and over — about the poor quality of the losing opposition, but not so much about the winners.
The narrative seems one-sided to me.
I think people are pretty positive about our dominant performances this far.
We're a good team. Hard to take assumptions too far though because of the level of competition. We've played almost perfect this far though.