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RE: Doom and Gloom , turning into Sunshine!?
(10-10-2018 12:57 PM)NIUfrank Wrote:  Call me pessimistic but even if we go undefeated in MAC it's still a shytty year. 8-4, 9-4, losing bowl game and deteriorating the program from 5 years ago, sucks!

This is an insane post. Going 9-4 in a year where they played Iowa, Utah, FSU, and BYU out of conference is a ****** year?

Get a hold of yourself, my god.

As somebody else pointed out, here’s a reminder that the Orange Bowl team lost to Iowa and FSU too. And before somebody points out FSU is much worse than that year (duh), Iowa has already matched their win total from that year. Oh yeah, and Utah just beat the hell out of Stanford AT Stanford on Saturday.

Some of you people are beyond delusional.
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