Okay, Dawg fans, we’ve certainly done our share of fretting over Martinez, Bobo, Cox, directional kicking and recruiting of late… wanna see how the other half lives?
Here’s a taste of other programs’ tears from yesterday:
Michigan (5-6, 1-6 Big Ten) is the new Northwestern — or at least an 1980s version of Northwestern. Michigan is the team you look forward to playing — a team you want to schedule for homecoming.
Since Rodriguez stepped on campus, the Wolverines are 8-15 overall and 3-13 in the Big Ten. They have yet to win a game against a Division I opponent in November.
- Tennessee. Sure, the puns were easy this week. But UT defenders were giving Dexter McCluster lip about his size? Dude rushes for the all-time mark against your program, all you should be saying is “sir”.
- Notre Dame. How can you not wrap things up with the Irish? With the loss yesterday, Weis continues to pad an impressive resume.
… Weis has a 35-24 record well into this fifth year. Another loss for Weis and his winning percentage will be the same as his two predecessors, Bob Davie and Ty Willingham (.583), who were both dismissed before the end of their contracts.
Weis has lost seven straight games to Top 10 teams and is 1-10 against teams that finished the season in the Top 25. He has never beaten a team that finished with fewer than four losses…