I still can't stand the Miami Hurricanes after all these years.
Here's last year's article of hate about the Miami Hurricanes. I still feel the same. I can't stand the thought of losing to them, especially when we're playing our first regular season game in the state of Florida since, what, 1951?
I have to wonder how younger fans feel about Miami. Certainly they don't have the bitterness attached to the words "Miami Hurricanes" as much as I do, or clearly, as Tweedy does.
So what is it this weekend?
Or DESERVES TO BE TORN INTO ITSY BITSY PIECES AND BURIED ALIVE Miami?
Miami-Nebraska 2015: Last year’s scuffles add spice to rematch | Canes Watch
Last year’s tilt was chippy, to say the least. In front of a Memorial Stadium record crowd of 91,585, the Huskers won 41-31. The teams combined for 16 penalties for 151 yards, and several dustups that likely have not been forgotten by players — and will add a little extra spice to Saturday’s rematch at Sun Life Stadium (3:30 p.m., ABC or ESPN2).
Miami Opens as a 3.5 Point Favorite against Nebraska - State of The U
Canes are a small favorite at home hosting Nebraska. The Huskers are 1-1 on the year thanks to a Hail Mary loss to BYU in their home opener. Miami is 2-0 with wins over FAU and Bethune Cookman.
Already a starter in his sophomore year, OLB Darrion Owens will miss the remainder of the 2015 season after tearing his ACL against FAU on Friday night.
You probably knew this already.
Wouldn’t it be nice if Nebraska can go into the same kind of Florida heat Saturday and outscore host Miami, 15-0, in the fourth quarter, like the Huskers did on Jan. 1, 1995? Who knows? Maybe Andy Janovich, the Huskers’ 6-foot-1, 230-pound senior fullback from Gretna, Neb., can be pivotal like Cory Schlesinger was with 15-yard and 14-yard fourth-quarter touchdown runs in the ‘95 Orange Bowl.
I'd be okay if we outscored them 15-0 in the first quarter, actually. And if we did it with our massive quantity of wide receivers picking their secondary apart until they were all wounded and bleeding, and by the end of the game on their backs cramping up in the Miami heat weeping and gasping for air while all their fans left because of the way they feel being beat 52-0 after three quarters.
But that's just me.
Banker Remains Confident in Huskers' Scheme | Hail Varsity
The Huskers' coaches could've offered their cornerbacks some help on Saturday. That they didn't was by design.
Two days after berating running back Kelvin Taylor on the sideline, Florida Gators coach Jim McElwain stopped short of apologizing for his profanity-laced tirade but did express regret.
Just win and no one will care.
Notre Dame starting tight end out for season
The number of offensive starters lost to injury is up to three. Junior tight end Durham Smythe is out for the season
Chapman University punter William James drew a roughing the punter penalty thanks to an obvious flop.
This is hilarious.
The plan was for the Hogs to bunker down and start improving immediately after that embarrassing loss to Toledo. Then, today's bomb dropped.
Illinois 44, Western Illinois 0: By the Numbers - The Champaign Room
Examining the statistics from Illinois' Week 2 victory over Western Illinois.
Football Concepts, Schemes, Formations: TDG Football Seminar Week 6 - The Daily Gopher
We talk about how Michigan State built a defense for the spread era
The football side to Leonte Carroo's suspension - On the Banks
Where does the WR depth chart stand after Leonte Carroo's suspension
Rutgers Football Faces Its Darkest Hour - On the Banks
This team heads to Happy Valley this Saturday facing the most adversity in program history. How will they respond?
What We Learned: Oregon State and Week Two - Maize n Brew
Michigan got a nice win, their first in quite some time. But what does the win mean? What can we take from it? And how does it affect things going forward?
Ohio State to pay nearly $3 million to host Army, Florida Atlantic in football - Land-Grant Holy Land
Guarantee games don't come cheap.
At this rate, the Longhorns athletic director looks unlikely to finish his guaranteed five-year deal.
It sounds like this might be imminent, actually.