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Discussion in 'Football' started by cyclones500, Jul 15, 2010.
Inspired by Iowa-Texas Would-you-rather
Would you rather what? :biggrin:
Edit... You fixed it... nice.
Edit #2... Your options suck. I refuse to choose any of them.
all options suck
It's a lose-lose-lose, not a very good poll
Gotta go with the bowl.
I cannot understand anyone who doesn't choose the bowl game. If nothing else, the bowl gets us money and extra practices, which we need.
I deliberately made the options sort of lose-lose.
You have to choose "big wins" vs. "positive marginality."
I guess that should've been the poll :wink:
I couldn't really include "other" with this one, either.
Well, to go to a bowl we would still need to beat some good to very good football teams. So Bowl.
Bowl game. My predictions have us losing to those 3 teams anyway, and a bowl game would be huge for this team given the schedule
I think the last choice is a very realistic scenario.
Option two I could hardly see us not going to a bowl if we won those two games... sooo?
I chose beat NU and Iowa. Winning those two games in the same season would be like winning a bowl game to me.
The only real answer here is option 3. Losing to Texas, NU and Iowa and making a bowl means that we potentially beat Utah, OU, and Tech which would all be huge victories for our program given the level of success of those 3.
This is a no-brainer;
Just like last year, a bowl, any bowl = more practice time / more recruiting exposure.
Going to a bowl is better than anything else.
Beating Nebraska and Iowa in the same year (especially when they are both ranked) is better exposure than a lower tier bowl. Plus, beating them is more fun than beating any opponent we would play in a lower tier bowl.
Bowl game = more $$
Bowl game, and it's not close.
The extra practice and exposure during Bowl season in incredibly valuable, not to mention it guarantees that we finished at least 6-6.