Questions of the day: ND-Michigan, NCAA, MVPs for UF-UM

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  1. ufla5220
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    1. Does Notre Dame pull off a win in what is probably its final trip to the Big House? Or does Michigan hold serve at home?

    2. The NCAA is potentially going to a “super legislative body” which will eliminate Division 1AA and basketball only Division I schools from having any say in football matters for the 125 Division I teams. Is this a good idea whose time has come or should all the NCAA members continue to have a vote in every single issue?

    3. Who will be Florida’s offense player of the game against Miami? Defensive? Special teams?
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    1. Meatchicken.

    2. Yes, but I don't think that goes far enough. There aren't 125 schools with the same interests, or close enough financial base to ever really share the same interests. And the NCAA has shown itself to be incompetent. It's time to start fresh.

    3. Jones, Easley, Purifoy.
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    1. Pick 'em for me. I guess I will go home team: Michigan.

    2. Agreed with above. There needs to be some sort of financial sorting. If a school can demonstrate a sufficient financial backing, they can move up a league.

    3. Driskell, VHIII, and Hardin

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