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You're slow aren't you? Tennessee won or shared National Titles in 51', 52', and 98'. They were #2 in 67', they finished close a few other times. Michigan shared a title in 97', finished 2nd in 85', and that's about it. The B1G was a terrible conference during Michigan's hey day. No one outside of a Michigan or Tennessee thinks either program is special.
Who was good in the SEC other than Bama? No one.
Michigan finished in the top five under Bo more than Tennessee did the entire stretch I just mentioned.
Plus we won titles in 47 and 48.
This post was edited by UMWolverines 15 months ago
We are so not in their heads.
It would be real easy to level the playing ground. The NCAA did it a number of years ago by capping the scholarship limit to 85. NCAA football become much more competitive since, however it has a long way to go.
They voted on reducing it to 80 a few years ago but is was rejected.
This is the easiest way to level the playing field and it would reduce costs and help with title nine requirements.
BTW at the same time they reduced the basketball scholarships and now look how the mid majors are competing.
Parity brings in more fans, just look at the NFL.
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