College Football Regular Season Recap
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@forsweden all I can say is Sam Ehlinger deserved better than this season.
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Michigan came in all chest puffed up, team looked ill-prepared for every game after their first and eventually just seemed disinterested in competing at all. Cancelled "The Game" and most of us are wondering why they're even bothering offering Harbaugh any contract extension.
Ohio State fans will rejoice if he stays a couple more seasons.
Growing up in the upper Mid West, BIG10 is where it's at for me. HUGELY impressed with Indiana this year. They've been knocking on the door for some time and really had a breakthrough season this year.
Greg Schiano had a very immediate, noticeable improvement in Rutgers' play, so I'm sure they're ecstatic to have him back.
OSU, as ever, is still the class of the league.. annoyingly. Indiana gave them the biggest scare of anyone else, though. They hung right with them.
Overall, pretty much a shit show, though. Lots of missed games. No league crossover games. LSU had a big downturn from their championship winning last year. Clemson going without Trevor Lawrence for a couple games definitely didn't help their stock.
The BIG10 and PAC12 specifically nearly cancelling their respective seasons and finally getting it together for a very late start. Just... bleh.
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My friends have said this would be the perfect season for Texas A&M to win it all - there would always be an * due to COVID, and this is the one year I would not go to the championship game. Any other year I would pay almost anything to go.