Saturday Morning Psycho #4: Swiss Cheese ed.

Submitted by SMart WolveFan on October 20th, 2018 at 10:56 AM

Back again, how'd we do on:

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Fall camping in the mid-west is always nice, just watch out for the hockey enthusiasts,they can get "slashy", if you know what I mean. Luckily UofM wasn't "camping" in Wisconsin against the Badgers, but under the lights of the Big House where the horror was saved for the visiting team.


Hey Shea, we need a big play, what do you see:








Great Win, but will we see him rise again?

Maybe the B1G Championship game. Sequel!

Let's check in with the fans:

Before the game, this was called the most important ever in the Harbaugh era. They won, not only won dominated, and ran for 300 yards, actually "out Wisconsin'd" Wisconsin. So how do we feel about the huge victory:




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                             "Wisconsin was obviously over rated."

Wow, tough crowd.

Keep being you Michigan fans, your doubt is the glue that holds the team together.

Easier for 17-22 year olds to prove you wrong, than to not disappoint.


Up next:



Uh-oh! We created a monster:



But Harbaugh has the answer:




Harbaugh again tries to establish a dominant run game, which will keep things close in the first half. Defense contains MSUs offense long enough for us to pull away in the second half. Plan should work as long as UofM takes care of the ball. My only fear is the number 50 in Harbaugh might try to get to 50 rushing attempts just to double the amount the Spartans usually face.


Remember, you can pick your nose and pick your friends but you can't pick your friends nose ....but you can pick his picks!

Not much meat this week:

OSU/PUR UNDER since everyone thinks otherwise and rain.




First page image when I googled "Spartans".



Till next time GoBlue! and stay Psycho!


SMart WolveFan

October 20th, 2018 at 6:18 PM ^

Who am I kidding?

It's simply a unique platform for me to say shit like this an hour and a half before kickoff:

 "...Harbaugh may try to run it 50 times just to double what MSU usually faces..."

 Unfortunately, I was wrong.

I guess MSU has faced slightly more than 25 attempts per game so he needed 51 attempts to double it.