Today was a waste of a laundered shirt

Michigan State is one of five teams to have never played a Division I-AA [football] opponent since the NCAA adopted the division setup in 1978 (the others being USC, UCLA, Washington and Notre Dame).

But the Spartans fall off the list Sept. 5 when they play host to I-AA Montana State. [source]

UCLA just scheduled a football home-and-home with Rutgers in 2016-17 and is reportedly considering one with Duke.

We might as well begin scheduling I-AA opponents.


Michigan State is like the middle child of rivalries.

Penn State is a manufactured rival, while Michigan is "rivally" associated with Ohio State, and Notre Dame with USC.


Texas' football home opener against Louisiana-Monroe is a $29.95 pay-per-view event.


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Personal Urns use "advances in facial reconstruction and 3D printing" to create an urn in the image of anyone's head

2 Comments

  1. Dave 30 Jul 09 at 10:08

    Rutgers
    2008: 8-5 (Bowl win)
    2007: 8-5 (Bowl win)
    2006: 11-2 (Bowl win)

    UCLA
    2008: 4-8
    2007: 6-7
    2006: 7-6 (Bowl loss)

    You talk a big game for a guy with a losing record the past three seasons.

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  2. Adam 30 Jul 09 at 15:47

    I enjoy the money games when they involved Montana teams.

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