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Who's your team? How do you predict that they will finish?
That'll be a tough one. Irish will be good again.I love college football with a passion and my team is on the rebound (and rebuilding). I'm a die hard University of Louisville fan and we play Notre Dame on Monday. We went 2-10 last season, but have a new coach and hoping for better. Still love to watch all the others! Go CARDS!
Maryland is playing the Big 3 and also Minnesota on October 26th. Tough road ahead. Ha!University of Minnesota...we should be better in PJ's 3rd year here. We have 3 outstanding RBs, a huge OL, a couple good WRs and a sophomore QB. Luckily we don't have to play the Big 3 (Michigan State, Michigan, Ohio State) this year due to scheduling so we could be in the running for the Big 10 West. The defense will have to step up and stop people for that to happen. Whatever happens, they are fun to watch, and Coach Fleck is building a quality program...and I don't just mean wins and losses.
Row the Boat!
I hate green and yellow! Ha! You guys have been the cream of the FCS! Gotta give credit where credit is due! Was hoping you guys were going to move up to FBS. Hope to see both teams in Frisco! Or should I say Fargo south! Ha!I certainly took notice of their nearly beating WVU.
I bet you HATE our Bison!!! LOL
That would be awesome!Was hoping you guys were going to move up to FBS.
Before my son graduated JMU did a major renovation/expansion of 3/4's of their stadium. They added a few luxury boxes, lots of eating choices, and just made the place bigger/taller. Just beautiful! They didn't even touch the visitors side. Seating capacity is now 25000 but can easily add 15-20000 more. We figured they were getting ready to move up. Still in FCS. Another nemesis, Appalachian St. made the successful transition to FBS a few years ago. Their stadium only holds 30000.That would be awesome!
Not sure why that isn't happening?
Fargodome only seats 20,000 for one thing.
They have proved that they can play with most of the FBS teams.
They are producing more NFL players than many FBS teams.