Sorry to be a bit late to the party, but it confuses me why my school (Toledo) didn't get into a bowl game where Ohio, a team with the same overall and worse in-conference record (Toledo 5-3, Ohio 4-4), got into one. Is it because of Toledo's last game, a loss to Akron, or was it outside forces?
Probably the bowl researched and figured Ohio was more attractive in terms of ticket sales and tv rating compared to Toledo.
To me, that would be confusing. Toledo's one of the higher attended teams in the MAC (only Northern Illinois has more attendance), and while Ohio U's market is bigger (Huntington, WV) than Toledo's it isn't by all that much.
Having had some time to think about it, I believe that the biggest reason that Toledo didn't get in was because they may have been either asking for too much or Ohio was more attractive in terms of cost to the bowl runners.
Post by jamofpearls on Dec 12, 2013 12:53:54 GMT -5
Mack Brown says nothing has changed for him. Mack Brown This part I found a little interesting... "While nothing officially has been announced regarding Brown's future with Texas, the school already has a short list of candidates to replace him. It includes San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, sources told ESPN Senior NFL Insider Chris Mortensen."
Origin: either DRTHV8R or jamofpearls...I think its DRTHV8R
I know he is safe for now, but a couple of weeks ago some friends and I were talking about Muschamp and UF. I booked a wrestling style angle that would draw for yrs. Muschamp gets sacked bc Florida steals the head ball coach back. In retaliation S.Carolin. signs Tebow as a QB coach and University ambassador. The heat would be tremendous. They'd have to play that game at Daytona.
Treat stressful situations like a puupy would. If you can't hump it or chew on it, than lift your leg to it and walk away