Game Day Skull Session: Then, Nebraska Be Dumped


               Nebraska was never more than happy to kick his ass on national television.                </p><div><p>



The last time Ohio State met Nebraska on a football field, the Buckeyes were up 38 points at the half and had poor corn people holding onto their damn balloons to play about three quarters of the way before performing their collective litter ritual.






It was a complete bloodshed, and there is a chance of getting worse in today's competition.  But regardless of the final score, you can bet that Nebraska fans will be smiling like masochists because their team may be stuck through the meat processor, but at least they have a chance to play!






Honestly, I really don't have much disrepute here.  This week has been wonderful.  It is a delightful change of pace to thank your opponent for regaining his right to die a gruesome death at your hands.






So I guess let's just end up with this, Huskers, so you can join our band coach with your head coach riding in and root for a title contender for a change.  In return for your support, we promise to do heavy lifting once again if the existence of football is threatened again.



<span class="icon-ohio"> </span><strong>SATURDAY SLATE</strong> Friends, Big Ten Football is back!

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Tv / mobile

Merchant in the army

12:00 pm

CBSSN

Rutgers in Michigan State

12:00 pm

BTN

# 5 Nebraska at Ohio State

12:00 pm

Fox

# 25 Georgia Southern in Coastal Carolina

12:00 pm

ESPNU

Temple on Memphis

12:00 pm

ESPN +

UTEP in Charlotte

12:00 pm

ESPN +

Florida State at Louisville

12:00 pm

RSN / ESPN3

# 14 in North Carolina # 23 NC State

12:00 pm

ESPN

# 1 Syracuse at Clemson

12:00 pm

ACCN

# 20 Kansas in Kansas State

12:00 pm

FS1

Oklahoma at TCU

12:00 pm

ABC

Auburn in Ole Miss

12:00 pm

SECN

Southern miss at liberty

1:00 PM

ESPN3

Tulane at UCF

2:00 pm

ESPN2

# 22 Marshall in Florida Atlantic

2:30 pm

The stadium

# 19 Virginia Tech in Wake Forest

3:30 pm

RSN / ESPN3

Navy in houston

3:30 pm

CBSSN

Rice on Middle Tennessee

3:30 pm

ESPN3

# 3 Notre Dame in the Pit

3:30 pm

ABC

Baylor in Texas

3:30 pm

ESPN

# 17 Iowa State # 6 in Oklahoma State

3:30 pm

Fox

# 2 Alabama in Tennessee

3:30 pm

CBS

Purdue in Iowa

3:30 pm

BTN

# 8 Penn State in Indiana

3:30 pm

FS1

Chetanooga in WKU

4:00 pm

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Kentucky in Missouri

4:00 pm

SECN

Georgia Tech at Boston College

4:00 pm

ACCN

Georgia State in Troy

4:00 pm

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Texas Tech at West Virginia

5:30 pm

ESPN2

South Carolina at LSU

7:00 pm

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ULM in South Alabama

7:00 pm

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State of utah in boise state

7:00 pm

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Wyoming in Nevada

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Maryland at Northwestern

7:30 pm

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# 18 Michigan # 21 in Minnesota

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Fresno State in Hawaii

7:30 pm

KSEE24

Louisiana Tech at UTSA

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Virginia # 11 at Miami (FL)

8:00 pm

ACCN

# 9 Cincinnati at # 16 SMU

9:00 PM

ESPN2

# 12 Texas State at BYU

10:15 am

ESPN

Air Force in San Jose State

10:30 pm

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UNLV in San Diego State

10:30 pm

CBSSN

<span class="icon-ohio"> </span><strong>Fully advertised?</strong> It's no secret that Ohio State and Nebraska have been on the same side for the past few months, leading to the sport they each worked so hard to fight.






We have been friends and allies, but with the dust all settled and football back in its proper place in our hearts and on our TV, it will be interesting to see how long those friendly feelings last.

While Nebraska-Ohio State bromance sounds good, it’s a few things to grow into.

First, frequent games. Although this week will be the seventh meeting in 11 years, they are in opposite divisions. They could also meet in the Big Ten Championship game, but other Big Ten West teams, namely Wisconsin, would have something to say about it.

And Nebraska needs to be competitive. Defeating Ohio State will help. Husker fans won’t get excited about reuniting with Bucky if they are always on the short end.

“I think there’s respect there,” Moose said. “We need to bring back our brand. Ohio State’s

<em>"Defeating Ohio State will help."</em>






Unnamed: Uh, let's start today by staying within 30 points, okay? 






I mean, when your head coach has sarcastically bragged about keeping the game off for five minutes last year, you've come to know what the real goals are.






There is mutual respect in the sense that we are glad that you too wanted to play football (which should be less frequent, frankly).  But let's not pretend that we are going to have to grind our face in the gravel for 60 minutes every year.



<span class="icon-ohio"> </span><strong>Quick picture.</strong> In two years, I have yet to come close to posting a winning record on the pics I have shared here, which means I should because of it!  Maybe!






Regardless, I'm not a bizarre one.  So here is my 100 percent correct pick.
  • Ohio State-26.5 against Nebraska. Before you get up about this myself, I’m raising Ohio State, it’s not bad. I mean the only way to pick up Ohio State was last year, when my record last year was somewhat respectable as Ryan Day rode Covercraft all season. And guys, he’s gonna come back to it today because there’s no chance he didn’t wait this long for football only to cover. Who do you think she is, Daboo?
  • Syracuse +46.5 against Clemson. DABO speed. See, if Clemson does the same last week and puts Dino Babers under a 72-point steam roller, then I’ll just have to take my L. But this is just the way one shouldn’t take too many points. Syracuse may not be * good *, but they are not bad Georgia Tech – in fact, they also demolished Georgia Tech. Don’t get me wrong, Clemson is going to get up to speed in this game and it will be half over, but then Dabboo is taking his foot off the gas like he always does. If Syracuse can score even once in this game, that may be enough to get cover.
  • Alabama-22 against Tennessee. Look Everything about it screams that it is a trap, but if it is, I am rightly chanting at it like I am Indiana Jones grabbing a precious prehistoric jewel from a sinister sacrificial altar. Perhaps it is simple, but I simply do not trust a team that has scored more points than the other team last week that stretched a three-touchdown against a team that beat Georgia – a good football team – almost. The week before by three touchdowns.
  • North Carolina -14.5 against NC State. I don’t think UNC is anywhere close to a top-5 or even top-10 team, but I think the Tar Heels were much better than Florida State last week, and I think they showed that How they roar back in the second half. I think the UNC offense is about to fire quickly after a loss and this game won’t really stop it all.
  • Minnesota +2.5 against Michigan. I don’t know how favored Michigan is in this game. There were seven starting returns from Minnesota, including Tanner Morgan and Rashod Bateman. Michigan has a new quarterback, four new offensive linemen, and missing three of its top four receivers from last season. I’m sure the Wolverines’ defense would be fine, but one of these teams is formed to score points, and one isn’t. And is it in Minnesota? Goldie roll
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