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Discussion in 'Football' started by ChrisMWilliams, Aug 5, 2014.
In before Lakes ruins this thread...
Meanwhile in North Dakota...
so we can get our first win over a #1 ranked team? I like it
I get two opportunities to root against NDSU this year. I hope they both end up in NDSU losses. I'm pretty excited to go to Fargo on November 1st for the Dakota marker game.
Do we rush the field when we win?
just to carry the goalposts to lake laverne
FYI, the FCS coaches poll is a joke.
The poll to watch for is the Sports Network poll where I don't expect them to be ranked number one. They'll be somewhere between 2-5.
Wow, this is awkward, but we already have a pretty in depth NDSU thread going, if you could keep the posting of bison related topics there that would be great...
If we win can we get listed as #1 in the FCS poll for at least a week? Just for ***** and giggles.
Calling out CW. You've got some cajones.
Can't do that since they installed the indestructible goal posts. Those things will hold up the giant NEZ video board when it gets blown over by heavy winds. We now have to bring Lake Latrine to the goal posts. I'll set up the bucket brigade while somebody else goes and gets a whole **** load of buckets.
So having them potentially 1 spot lower makes this poll a joke?
Phrased poorly. NDSU will be good, but they won't be anywhere near the team they were last year.
I hope he sees the humor in it and I dont have to bribe him with Busch Light to get site privileges back.
I kinda thought NDSU would be more like an 8-4 team in FCS.
I personally think all pre-season polls are jokes. Other than for some fan amusement, they are pretty pointless. Noone knows how good a team is/isn't until atleast week 4. All pre-season polls really do is give a school like Notre Dame a chance to be ranked until they loose their first 3 games.
In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.
I've got tickets to watch NDSU lose in Ames and Cedar Falls this year. I predict that UNI will be playing for #1 in FCS . . . in November . . . when it counts!