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Michigan and their bowl opponents


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Michigan's Bowl Opponent After the 2003 Season:

Southern Cal

Results the Following Year:

* Team goes undefeated

* Crushes overrated Oklahoma in Orange Bowl

* National Champions

* QB wins the Heisman Trophy, parties at Playboy Mansion and nails more beautiful women than all other football players combined

* Head coach declared greatest coach in college football history and son of God

Michigan's Bowl Opponent After the 2004 Season:

Texas

Results the Following Year:

* Team goes undefeated

* Defeats USC in Rose Bowl in spite of - or perhaps becasue of - slavish Trojan-worship from sports media

* National Champions

* QB is Heisman Trophy runner-up. But after rushing for 200 yards, passing for 250+ and scoring 3 TDs in BCS game, declared greatest athlete ever. Downtown Athletic Club asks for trophy back from Reggie Bush.

* Head coach praised, millions of Texans deny ever wanting him fired as MackBrownCanSuckMyHairyWhiteAss.com, .net, .org, .uk and .gov websites are shuttered overnight.

Michigan's Bowl Opponent Following the 2005 Season:

Nebraska

Which Means Next Season:

* Team goes undefeated

* In Fiesta Bowl, Huskers embarrass Notre Dame (who get into BCS title game despite 8-3 record having leap frogged over 6 undefeated teams after stirring win vs. Navy) proving Irish still aren't quite back in spite of media darling and ESPN/Beano Cook oral sex recepient status

* QB throws for more passing yards than any college quarterback ever. Several games won without a single rushing play. Running the ball declared obsolete.

* Head coach proclaimed a genius, selected Coach of the Year, granted exception to make throat-slashing gestures in NCAA rulebook.

* Nebraskans ask, "Who's Tom Osborne?" and sell BillCallahanCanSuckMyHairyWhiteAss.com, .net, .org, .uk and .gov sites to Paris Hilton porn video distributor.

* Three teams purposely lose their "Rivalry Saturday" games in the hopes of getting an invitation to the bowl Michigan is projected to attend.

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* In Fiesta Bowl, Huskers embarrass Notre Dame (who get into BCS title game despite 8-3 record having leap frogged over 6 undefeated teams after stirring win vs. Navy) proving Irish still aren't quite back in spite of media darling and ESPN/Beano Cook oral sex recepient status

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http://homepages.cae.wisc.edu/~dwilson/rsfc/history/index.shtml

http://www.cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/misc/div_ia_wins.php

Couple of informative, historical, college football sites.

Michigan has the most wins, second in points for, second in points allowed, and has the best winning percentage all time. Even with all the mediocrity this century.

What I find funny is that Miami of Ohio has more wins than Miami of Florida, all time. They're 18th, all time. The U is 53rd.

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Those are some good links.

Neb drops down to #7 in winning pct, Michigan is #1 and has also played the most games all-time (along with Neb- 1165).

Miami(Fl) and Miami(O) are 14 and 15 in all-time win pct.

Looks like the Miami, Florida team has played 330 less games than Michigan, and 200 less than Miami (Ohio).

Here's another link for the score of almost every CFB game by team.

http://www.jhowell.net/cf/scores/byName.htm

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