Michigan LOSES to Appalachian state 34-32

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RagingBITCH

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PWN3D...the ownage still isn't done from their last ass whooping...bahahahahahaha. Suck it Michigan.
 

Falloutboy

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2 FGs blocked. not playing your star RB in key situations, Apalling front line blocking from a MICHIGAN team carr needs to be gone.
 

ElFenix

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hail to the vic- ert!


espn still hasn't tole me what happened, i think whoever enters plays is still shocked. just says 'Timeout MICHIGAN, clock 00:06.' as the last play
 

theknight571

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Originally posted by: Falloutboy
FIRE CARR

having you team this unprepared to play is unacceptable
As much as I hate to say it... I agree.

He has never seemed to have his teams prepared for any game.

Sure he's won some games... but come on... almost every game is a nail biter these days... wether they're playing Ohio State, or Canton High School.
 

KLin

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What an awesome start to a college football season. Michigan losing. BAHAHAHHAHAHAH :laugh:
 

Falloutboy

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Originally posted by: theknight571
Originally posted by: Falloutboy
FIRE CARR

having you team this unprepared to play is unacceptable
As much as I hate to say it... I agree.

He has never seemed to have his teams prepared for any game.

Sure he's won some games... but come on... almost every game is a nail biter these days... wether they're playing Ohio State, or Canton High School.
he is a good recruiter, but he is to damn predictable and always gets outplayed in key games. this game they weren't even outplayed they just weren't ready to play. the star players put them in a position to win it many times, but the front line let them down both times. I put that on carrs head. there defence ver un michigan like and they were not ready to play.
 

HopJokey

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Can't be too mad at Mich. They just lost to the #1 team in the country and one that has won the last two national championships...
 

RKS

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Originally posted by: HopJokey
Can't be too mad at Mich. They just lost to the #1 team in the country and one that has won the last two national championships...
lol, since my sarcasm meter is obviously out of batteries.

 

kranky

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I know those matchups don't come up that often, but I wonder if any top-ten ranked team has ever before lost to a Division I-AA team.
 

RKS

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Originally posted by: HopJokey
Originally posted by: RKS
Originally posted by: HopJokey
Can't be too mad at Mich. They just lost to the #1 team in the country and one that has won the last two national championships...
lol, since my sarcasm meter is obviously out of batteries.
No serious:

http://www.ncaasports.com/football/mens/history/diviaa

I'm laughing because there should be a vast gap in talent level between I-A and I-AA. MeatChicken, however, should take a 1 year football hiatus.
 

chuckywang

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Originally posted by: kranky
I know those matchups don't come up that often, but I wonder if any top-ten ranked team has ever before lost to a Division I-AA team.
No ranked team has ever lost to a Division I-AA team.
 

HopJokey

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Originally posted by: RKS
Originally posted by: HopJokey
Originally posted by: RKS
Originally posted by: HopJokey
Can't be too mad at Mich. They just lost to the #1 team in the country and one that has won the last two national championships...
lol, since my sarcasm meter is obviously out of batteries.
No serious:

http://www.ncaasports.com/football/mens/history/diviaa

I'm laughing because there should be a vast gap in talent level between I-A and I-AA. MeatChicken, however, should take a 1 year football hiatus.
Hah yea definitely. I mean it's Michigan, not some FAMU or Fl Itl. But still, Appalachian state is the best div 1-aa team so they can play a little ball.
 

KLin

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Originally posted by: chuckywang
Originally posted by: kranky
I know those matchups don't come up that often, but I wonder if any top-ten ranked team has ever before lost to a Division I-AA team.
No ranked team has ever lost to a Division I-AA team.
Until September 1st, 2007. :D
 

HopJokey

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Originally posted by: chuckywang
Originally posted by: kranky
I know those matchups don't come up that often, but I wonder if any top-ten ranked team has ever before lost to a Division I-AA team.
No ranked team has ever lost to a Division I-AA team.
Was Nebraska ranked that one year they lost to Troy (which was I-AA at the time)?
 

touchmyichi

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In 2005 UC Davis (my school, whoot!) beat stanford. That was the best a I-AA team did before this.

2 years later this happened. Too bad this will overshadow my school, but I think that both of these may show that the gap is closing a little.
 

sjwaste

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App State's a pretty good team. I-AA football has been fairly strong the past few years, and they're by far the best team in the division. Good for them, they came in prepared and beat an opponent who was probably looking ahead to Week 2.
 

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