So I think I cursed the Big Ten. I’m sorry, I won’t do it again. I won’t expect anything out of this conference again all season. So yeah, the Big Ten has already made a mess of everything and it is only week 2!
This week is a bit lackluster, some conferences are starting their conference games but some, like the Big Ten, aren’t. One of the early games I’m interested in is Cal vs OSU. I would love to see Cal come into Columbus and beat OSU, but I doubt that will happen. From what I’ve seen of Cal football, they are usually disappointing. At one point Arkansas vs Alabama was suppose to be a good game then Arkansas lost to ULM, I think you can thank John L Smith for that! Florida vs Tennessee is where gameday is heading, this is a terrible choice of location. Two average teams that are over ranked just because they are in the SEC, no thanks.
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Then there is the Michigan game vs the Minutemen of UMass. This should be easier than Air Force was last week, but if it isn’t, I will be extremely worried about the rest of the season. I’m interested to see how long they keep Denard in the game and who comes in as his back-up when he is pulled.
There are two night games that I am interested in. USC vs Stanford should be a good PAC-12 game. I really hope Stanford can put up a good fight (or just win!) and show everyone that USC isn’t that good (and I kinda like Standford, just don't tell all my Cal friends that!). The other night game is Notre Dame vs MSU. I have no clue who to root for in this game, but I would like to watch it to see how both teams look against a similar opponent. I will be surprised if one side takes off with the game, I think it will be a close one and I think ND might just come out on top (and who cares if I jinx them, as long as one team losses, I’m fine with that!).