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stadiumBy guest writer Phil Oscarson

This early in the football season, it’s still difficult to get a clear idea about the strength of any given team. Most of the major conference teams have been playing against lesser competition, making it precarious to pinpoint exactly where the team sits as far as talent is concerned. It’s kind of like doing a 5 Dimes review without ever visiting the website.

The Colorado Buffaloes
After last year’s 4-8 debacle, the Colorado Buffaloes have looked extraordinary so far this year. With a record of 2-0, they have absolutely destroyed the competition, beating Colorado State 44-7 and Idaho St. 56-7. In the process, they have averaged 587.5 YPG to rank #9 in the nation in total offense. With that said, one has to wonder whether or not the Buffaloes really have one of the best offenses in the country. Continue reading


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In another one of those wonderful reality checks for Division 1 sports programs who think they’re still on top of the world despite all the evidence to the contrary the Michigan Wolverines just got rejected AGAIN by a former “Michigan Man”, in this case Les Miles. The Mad Hatter decided to pass on the opportunity to chew grass in the Big House 8 times a year and stayed at LSU. My comedy piece from last week about Michigan’s insane and outdated Schembechleresque obsession with finding a Michigan Man prompting them to bring Ex-President Gerald R Ford back from the dead to coach their team is even more relevant so here’s the link to it: https://glitternight.com/2011/01/08/pres-gerald-ford-returns-from-the-dead-to-coach-the-michigan-wolverines/ 

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