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We open the 2015 season with them in Dallas. Im kinda disappointed with that I really wish we could open with someone like Southern Cal. Anyone else feel this way?
Lane Kiffen doesn't want any part of us. They will be hurting by 2014.
I believe they are hurting now and will be evident in 2013
Oh whatever, not bad. Would have rather had Ohio State or Southern Cal but Wisconsin isn't a bad deal....
Very disappointing if true. I went for the Michigan game but Wisconsin is underwhelming. I'm surprised.
I know it's not a huge name, but its a quality non conference game that we have a good chance to win by a large margin. There are worse matchups.
At least it isn't va tech
i want to play wisconsin,they actually think we scared of them and there physical play,we will see who is more physical
There is a reason we don't play USC, Texas, OSU, etc. It's because it's extremely hard to get these types of games these days. We should all be pleased that middle of the road Big 10 & ACC teams will play us imho. Because the big boys aren't gonna take that risk.
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Completely right. You go out and beat OSU 42-10 then very little chance they get back into the picture. Why the hell would they risk that?
please let us not play them for at least 10 more years
If you don't think it's a BIG game just lose it, as Coach Stallings used to say.
This post was edited by chiefbullsit 19 months ago
We open with them next year. Sorry
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Chris said in the Cowboys Classic thread that it wouldn't be Wisconsin because they open with Washington State. Does the OP have new info?
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