We have them right where we want them. At least nobody will be overly concerned with us. I am not saying that the following is probable or likely in any way. But I could see it happening.
I have to think that every team left on the schedule with the exception of Colorado is putting our game in their win column. If we really are better than we appear (and we just HAVE to be, right?) then we should be able to sneak up on at least one team. Let's make it the huskers this weekend, maybe not to convincingly, and then sooners the week after that. After that it may be a bit harder to sneak up on anyone, but our swagger will already be back and we will have some momentum and confidence and finally win the North.
By the way, due to the overwhelming negativity of the staff, this will be my last post on this site. Just kidding. Everyone gets their own opinion, even me (regardless of what the monkeyman says.)
If we win all of our remaining games on the last play...I would be elated! Of course I will have had a few heart attacks (and I'm only 24) and may be dead by the end of the season!
I think I've had 3 minor heart attacks allready and I'm only 19. I think it is almost safe to call this year's team the Cardiac Cyclones. I'm afraid we are going to start seeing a severe decline in older alumni if this trend of win at the end keeps up.
I think if we win the rest of our games on the last play the Mac haters will be upset because we'll be like 15 plays from being 0-12 lol
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