End of season football prediction

Alabama v. Georgia – boring, who cares who wins.

Nebraska v Wisconsin – boring (both sides will play “not to lose”).

Georgia v Notre Dame – boring, neither should be in the game as Oregon could clobber both of them since they have offense.

Nebraska v Stanford – boring and edge to Stanford, not because they’re the better team (equally dull offense as Nebraska) but because they’ll be able to stand the weather in the Rose Bowl in January when Nebraska players are expecting to go into hibernation for winter and won’t be able to stand the “heat”.

The rest – who cares.


About dmill96

old fat (but now getting trim and fit) guy, who used to create software in Silicon Valley (almost before it was called that), who used to go backpacking and bicycling and cross-country skiing and now geodashes, drives AWD in Wyoming, takes pictures, and writes long blog posts and does xizquvjyk.
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2 Responses to End of season football prediction

  1. dmill96 says:

    Well, Wisconsin was certainly a surprise, not just that they won, big, but that they actually showed some innovation and especially some offense. They were a lot different team than I watched in Lincoln. And they found the Husker’s vulnerability, their tendency to get down when they have to play from behind, despite Taylor’s toughness at keep on trying. The defense is so used to dominating that when they don’t do that they fall apart. Amazing, this was the most yardage ever given up by any Husker team, ever. So much for Bo’s legendary defensive genius (yelling and snarling is NOT “intensity”, just out of control that spreads to the rest of the team).

  2. dmill96 says:

    Since I called both games wrong it appears I’m a jinx, so here’s my next prediction (based on wanting my “chosen” teams to lose). Notre Dame in a blowout, Wisconsin in record win over Pac12 thus proving that they aren’t just 3-yards-and-cloud-of-dust.

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