Michigan was never good this year, they also lost to Illinois and Toledo at hoime this year
I agree that Michigan was never good. What I am saying is that they scheduled that game when Michigan was good. The big schools don't want to play schools like Fresno, Boise, Utah, or BYU cause if they lose it looks terrible and they know they might lose.
So I ask...how are these teams supposed to boost their strength of schedule anymore than it is if teams won't agree to play them?
they can't but the excuse that they scheduled them whne they were good is not a good excuse IMO, it's about how that eam is at that time
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