Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by kburjr, Jul 6, 2018.
That game became deflating awfully quickly.
The win is fine, Wisconsin did win and had two good drives in the late 3rd to do it, but they're specifically using that change in the game to justify the "not the same old Wisconsin" argument the whole article is making; which is disingenuous (even ignoring the incorrect account of the game).
Th intent of the article was to say that this year's Wisconsin has a chance to be better than last year's Wisconsin. Also to imply that Wisconsin cannot be looked at as a "the rest of the Top 10 are.." type team. We have reached the point where a 3-loss season is a disappointment.
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