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Billy Bango Bongo

Newark, OH

#1 Apr 13, 2011
The question of who is the Big Tin Champ will be answered emphatically by Nebraska. You know it. I know it. Big Red. Big 10 Champs. Is there any doubt?
No. You know it. I know it. The great thing about it is that the Big 10 will now be viewed as a top tier league with the addition of such a storied power. It really needed the upgrade. Say it with me now. You know it. I know it. Have a good day Bugeye Nation.

Billy Bango Bongo
Big Red Fan and Benevolent Ruler of Planet Bongo
Central VA Buck

Richmond, VA

#2 Apr 13, 2011
B3 Corn liquor problem, eh? UNL will do well in its new environment. About as well as it did in the OK/TX league. At least the legion of fans will get to experience the difference in traffic issues as it drives in a different direction. Besides, it's gonna be fun having another Bo to beat!

Go Bucks! Play well and win!
renold

Fort Myers, FL

#3 Apr 13, 2011
Nebraska and Michigan will be the stars to watch

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#4 Apr 13, 2011
Billy Bango Bongo wrote:
The question of who is the Big Tin Champ will be answered emphatically by Nebraska. You know it. I know it. Big Red. Big 10 Champs. Is there any doubt?
No. You know it. I know it. The great thing about it is that the Big 10 will now be viewed as a top tier league with the addition of such a storied power. It really needed the upgrade. Say it with me now. You know it. I know it. Have a good day Bugeye Nation.
Billy Bango Bongo
Big Red Fan and Benevolent Ruler of Planet Bongo
The Huskers still have a lot of questions on offense and although I think they win the West they will not beat the Buck in the rematch. Ohio State wins the Big 10 again.
Go Bucks.
Brutus

United States

#5 Apr 13, 2011
renold wrote:
Nebraska and Michigan will be the stars to watch
MI still has a bunch of undersized players on defense. I don't see them being good for another two years.
GATOR GARY

Tampa, FL

#6 Apr 13, 2011
Having two divisions in the Big Ten, will completely change the scope of the league. OSU was definitely put in the easy division with PSU being their only competition and as long as Paterno is coaching PSU will be no threat. Michigan is yesterday's program. OSU should win their division with ease. The question is will OSU be sanctioned by the Big Ten and be allowed to play in the Big Ten Championship Game. Having Nebraskea join your conference was a big plus for the Big Ten.
ANMD

Bay City, MI

#7 Apr 13, 2011
Penn State believed it would dominate the B10 after entering in the early 90's. How did that work out? Nebraska is two years removed from being a B12 doormat that was getting beat by 70 points. We welcome our new inbred corn hole cousins to the conference. By the way, your spread offense will not work after September.
Mr Breeze

Mansfield, OH

#8 Apr 13, 2011
Billy Bango Bongo wrote:
The question of who is the Big Tin Champ will be answered emphatically by Nebraska. You know it. I know it. Big Red. Big 10 Champs. Is there any doubt?
No. You know it. I know it. The great thing about it is that the Big 10 will now be viewed as a top tier league with the addition of such a storied power. It really needed the upgrade. Say it with me now. You know it. I know it. Have a good day Bugeye Nation.
Billy Bango Bongo
Big Red Fan and Benevolent Ruler of Planet Bongo
your an idiot!!! Do some research.The BIG 10 has fared quite well against the big12. Especially Ohio St. And I cant even remember the last time Nebraska even won the big12. Probally 15 years. But the timing is right for Nebraska. Ohio St will likley fall off to some degree. And Michigan certainly isnt what they used to be. Not to mention they are in the easy division. With all that in their favor they STILL wont win it this year.
Ray Finkle

Columbus, OH

#9 Apr 13, 2011
Billy Bango Bongo wrote:
The question of who is the Big Tin Champ will be answered emphatically by Nebraska. You know it. I know it. Big Red. Big 10 Champs. Is there any doubt?
No. You know it. I know it. The great thing about it is that the Big 10 will now be viewed as a top tier league with the addition of such a storied power. It really needed the upgrade. Say it with me now. You know it. I know it. Have a good day Bugeye Nation.
Billy Bango Bongo
Big Red Fan and Benevolent Ruler of Planet Bongo
Looking forward to playing you twice. We are Penn State!
Mr Breeze

Mansfield, OH

#10 Apr 13, 2011
GATOR GARY wrote:
Having two divisions in the Big Ten, will completely change the scope of the league. OSU was definitely put in the easy division with PSU being their only competition and as long as Paterno is coaching PSU will be no threat. Michigan is yesterday's program. OSU should win their division with ease. The question is will OSU be sanctioned by the Big Ten and be allowed to play in the Big Ten Championship Game. Having Nebraskea join your conference was a big plus for the Big Ten.
Are you serious? The 3 best programs are OSU, Wisconsin and Penn St, at least at this point. Those 3, plus Illinois a couple years ago have been the teams to represent the big 10 in the Rose Bowl for the last 10-15 years, Iowa snuck in once in the 03 Rose but only because Ohio St played Miami for the championship.Even Purdue[99] has been to the Rose more recently than those in your so called tougher division. AND THEY ARE IN YHE EAST TOO.
Mr Breeze

Mansfield, OH

#11 Apr 13, 2011
ANMD wrote:
Penn State believed it would dominate the B10 after entering in the early 90's. How did that work out? Nebraska is two years removed from being a B12 doormat that was getting beat by 70 points. We welcome our new inbred corn hole cousins to the conference. By the way, your spread offense will not work after September.
Excellent point. Thats why Notre Dame dont want none.
califbuck

San Rafael, CA

#12 Apr 13, 2011
Billy Bango Bongo wrote:
The question of who is the Big Tin Champ will be answered emphatically by Nebraska. You know it. I know it. Big Red. Big 10 Champs. Is there any doubt?
No. You know it. I know it. The great thing about it is that the Big 10 will now be viewed as a top tier league with the addition of such a storied power. It really needed the upgrade. Say it with me now. You know it. I know it. Have a good day Bugeye Nation.
Billy Bango Bongo
Big Red Fan and Benevolent Ruler of Planet Bongo
I know it. You don't know ...t.
Brutus

Toledo, OH

#13 Apr 13, 2011
OSU playing Wisconsin every year now will be interesting.
Husker Fan

Chester, NE

#14 Apr 13, 2011
In spite of what this Boingo Boingo guy says most Nebraskans just glad to be going to the B1G. It will be nice to be in a conference that fights like heck on the field but cooperates off of it. As always I am hoping for an undefeated season but realistically I will be happy with a good showing. I have October 8th circled on my calander.

GO HUSKERS
Mr Breeze

Mansfield, OH

#15 Apr 13, 2011
Husker Fan wrote:
In spite of what this Boingo Boingo guy says most Nebraskans just glad to be going to the B1G. It will be nice to be in a conference that fights like heck on the field but cooperates off of it. As always I am hoping for an undefeated season but realistically I will be happy with a good showing. I have October 8th circled on my calander.
GO HUSKERS
It is refreshing to see a fan with class. I've always liked Nebraska but I have a hard time listenind to haters who lack the facts. Personally I am glad to have Nebraska. The first OSU-Nebraska game should be a dandy. Welcome to the BIG10. The Huskers will represent us well, just like Penn St has.
Big Balz

Carlsbad, CA

#16 Apr 13, 2011
Man, what a bad time for OSU to be compromised, what with the addition of Nebraska and the new divisional set-up. This is a year they would have wanted to hit the ground in full gear. And being Pryor's final chance to make something significant, that's been pretty well botched. If Ohio State manages to go undefeated this season it will be a miracle. Can't say it will be boring though.

Wow, three new head coaches the same year? It's going to be hard to recognize this conference.
Mr Breeze

Mansfield, OH

#17 Apr 13, 2011
Brutus wrote:
OSU playing Wisconsin every year now will be interesting.
Your right. Thats what makes OSU in the toughest situation of all the BIG 10 schools. Wisconsin is the only team to play OSU even during the Tressell era. They should have been in the west and Michigan in the East. Then we could have actually had an east and west. And lets not forgeton top of being in the tougher side, our 'crossover' game ever year will be Michigan, the biggest rivalry in football. And lets face, Michigan wont be down forever.
Big Balz

Carlsbad, CA

#18 Apr 13, 2011
Billy Bong Dilldo is some loser behind a keyboard in his mom's basement. And he is full of crap to boot.
You know it, I know it, and he knows it.
olbuck

Murfreesboro, TN

#19 Apr 13, 2011
Billy Bango Bongo wrote:
The question of who is the Big Tin Champ will be answered emphatically by Nebraska. You know it. I know it. Big Red. Big 10 Champs. Is there any doubt?
No. You know it. I know it. The great thing about it is that the Big 10 will now be viewed as a top tier league with the addition of such a storied power. It really needed the upgrade. Say it with me now. You know it. I know it. Have a good day Bugeye Nation.
Billy Bango Bongo
Big Red Fan and Benevolent Ruler of Planet Bongo
And his real name is Airhead.Lay off the funny tobaco.
WHS76

Blacklick, OH

#20 Apr 13, 2011
Conference names stupid no wonder the Big Ten is the laughing stock of college football.Com e with the division names like the big ten they deserve to be laughed at.

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