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    Boomer Sooner.

    What a terrible day for kickers!

    - Michigan State is madly overrated. 4 of their past 7 games (going back to 2018), the Spartans have failed to score at least 10 points.

    - Kentucky should have won.

    - Iowa State had zero reasons why they should have lost.

    - I'm starting to like Virginia, and I have no idea why.

    NCAA > NFL. Have a great weekend!
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    This game is terrible.
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    Patriots cut Antonio Brown. Can't blame them at all. His career might be over.

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    Not really surprised. But, their receivers are stacked.
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    Jim Harbaugh at Michigan has been a waste of time and money.

    Sure he's been better than Brady Hoke, but expectations should be much higher.

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    - The ACC is a one trick pony in Clemson.

    - Cal is the most surprising 4-0 team in the country.

    - I don't think Harbaugh is terrible, but completely underwhelming.

    - UCF/Pitt was highly entertaining.

    - Tennessee, Arkansas, and South Carolina are the embarrassments of the SEC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by #MrScissorsKick View Post
    - I don't think Harbaugh is terrible, but completely underwhelming.
    Michigan has been the best mediocre team in CFB the last 4 years. They're not close to a bad team, but aside from 2016, they haven't come close to being a great team. Even in 2016 they lost their two biggest games because that's what Jim Harbaugh Michigan does. The expectations are signing Top 5 classes, beating Ohio State, and making the playoffs. A championship wouldn't be unreasonable. It's looking like none of that will never happen.

    Harbaugh is 1-9 vs Top 10 teams, 0-4 vs Ohio State, 2-2 vs Michigan State, and 1-3 in bowl games. If Michigan knew all of this before they hired him, would they have really made him one of the highest paid coaches?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BestSportsEntertainer View Post
    Michigan has been the best mediocre team in CFB the last 4 years. They're not close to a bad team, but aside from 2016, they haven't come close to being a great team. Even in 2016 they lost their two biggest games because that's what Jim Harbaugh Michigan does. The expectations are signing Top 5 classes, beating Ohio State, and making the playoffs. A championship wouldn't be unreasonable. It's looking like none of that will never happen.

    Harbaugh is 1-9 vs Top 10 teams, 0-4 vs Ohio State, 2-2 vs Michigan State, and 1-3 in bowl games. If Michigan knew all of this before they hired him, would they have really made him one of the highest paid coaches?
    Let's not forget though that his 2016 team was made up of mostly Brady Hoke's players remaining from Hoke's recruitment. Michigan had absolutely zero business losing to Iowa and Ohio State in 2016, none.

    Problem is, Harbaugh doesn't have an Andrew Luck (Stanford), or Kaepernick (49ers) to work with. Here's the QB's he's had to work with up to date:

    2015: Jake Rudock
    2016: Wilton Speight
    2017: Speight, John O'Korn
    2018: Shea Patterson, Dylan McCaffrey
    2019: Patterson

    Rudock was alright, Speight was the most consistent, O'Korn was awful and Patterson has been hit or miss. Other than Speight and maybe Patterson, none of them have been world beaters.

    Bottom line: I get what you're saying, no doubt. However, who does Michigan get if they let Harbaugh go? You can bet Urban Meyer won't be calling for the Michigan job. Bob Stoops is retired. Who could they get?
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    Quote Originally Posted by #MrScissorsKick View Post
    Let's not forget though that his 2016 team was made up of mostly Brady Hoke's players remaining from Hoke's recruitment. Michigan had absolutely zero business losing to Iowa and Ohio State in 2016, none.

    Problem is, Harbaugh doesn't have an Andrew Luck (Stanford), or Kaepernick (49ers) to work with. Here's the QB's he's had to work with up to date:

    2015: Jake Rudock
    2016: Wilton Speight
    2017: Speight, John O'Korn
    2018: Shea Patterson, Dylan McCaffrey
    2019: Patterson

    Rudock was alright, Speight was the most consistent, O'Korn was awful and Patterson has been hit or miss. Other than Speight and maybe Patterson, none of them have been world beaters.

    Bottom line: I get what you're saying, no doubt. However, who does Michigan get if they let Harbaugh go? You can bet Urban Meyer won't be calling for the Michigan job. Bob Stoops is retired. Who could they get?
    Michigan is in a very tough position. Again they'll win 9-10 games every year, but when you can't win a big game, fans aren't going to be satisfied. Getting dominated like they did against Wisconsin definitely doesn't help.

    With that said, keeping him is probably the best move. Chris Petersen would be very tempting, but he probably isn't leaving Washington. No one else worth replacing Harbaugh with is leaving their current job.

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