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POLL: How many games do the Griz win in 2013

How many W's in 2013 Regular Season

  • 11 or 12

    Votes: 30 19.6%
  • 10

    Votes: 48 31.4%
  • 9

    Votes: 27 17.6%
  • 8

    Votes: 22 14.4%
  • 7

    Votes: 14 9.2%
  • 6

    Votes: 6 3.9%
  • 0-5

    Votes: 6 3.9%

  • Total voters
    153

Paytonlives

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08/31/13 vs. Appalachian State
09/14/13 at North Dakota
09/21/13 vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State
09/28/13 at Northern Arizona *
10/05/13 vs. Portland State *
10/12/13 at UC Davis *
10/19/13 vs. Cal Poly *
10/26/13 vs. Eastern Washington *
11/02/13 at Sacramento State
11/09/13 at South Dakota
11/16/13 vs. Weber State *
11/23/13 at Montana State *
 
Here's what I said on CS

Here's how I see the Griz schedule:

App State - L (50% W chance)
@ North Dakota - W (65% W chance)
OKPSU - W (99.9999999% W chance)
@ NAU - L (60% W chance, but I don't think we go 11-1, so I picked loss)
PSU - W (80% W chance)
@ UCD - W (75% W chance)
CPSLO - W (70% W chace)
EWU - W (55% W chance)
@ Sac - W (65% W chance)
@ USD - W (75% W Chance)
Weber - W (80% W chace)
@ MSU - W (60% W chance)

10-2 with 9 wins in a row to close out the season.
 
uofmman1122 said:
Here's what I said on CS

Here's how I see the Griz schedule:

App State - L (50% W chance)
@ North Dakota - W (65% W chance)
OKPSU - W (99.9999999% W chance)
@ NAU - L (60% W chance, but I don't think we go 11-1, so I picked loss)
PSU - W (80% W chance)
@ UCD - W (75% W chance)
CPSLO - W (70% W chace)
EWU - W (55% W chance)
@ Sac - W (65% W chance)
@ USD - W (75% W Chance)
Weber - W (80% W chace)
@ MSU - W (60% W chance)

10-2 with 9 wins in a row to close out the season.

Wow. So you really think the griz will be favored in the NAU, Cal Poly, EWU, Sac, and MSU games? Dilusional.
 
poorgriz said:
uofmman1122 said:
Here's what I said on CS

Here's how I see the Griz schedule:

App State - L (50% W chance)
@ North Dakota - W (65% W chance)
OKPSU - W (99.9999999% W chance)
@ NAU - L (60% W chance, but I don't think we go 11-1, so I picked loss)
PSU - W (80% W chance)
@ UCD - W (75% W chance)
CPSLO - W (70% W chace)
EWU - W (55% W chance)
@ Sac - W (65% W chance)
@ USD - W (75% W Chance)
Weber - W (80% W chace)
@ MSU - W (60% W chance)

10-2 with 9 wins in a row to close out the season.

Wow. So you really think the griz will be favored in the NAU, Cal Poly, EWU, Sac, and MSU games? Dilusional.

Of course. Griz fans on a griz board is the definition of delusional. No different than any other fan base.
 
poorgriz said:
uofmman1122 said:
Here's what I said on CS

Here's how I see the Griz schedule:

App State - L (50% W chance)
@ North Dakota - W (65% W chance)
OKPSU - W (99.9999999% W chance)
@ NAU - L (60% W chance, but I don't think we go 11-1, so I picked loss)
PSU - W (80% W chance)
@ UCD - W (75% W chance)
CPSLO - W (70% W chace)
EWU - W (55% W chance)
@ Sac - W (65% W chance)
@ USD - W (75% W Chance)
Weber - W (80% W chace)
@ MSU - W (60% W chance)

10-2 with 9 wins in a row to close out the season.

Wow. So you really think the griz will be favored in the NAU, Cal Poly, EWU, Sac, and MSU games? Dilusional.

Wow. So you really think that one down year means suddenly all those teams have just passed us by and are pulling away? Dilusional [sic]. :roll:
 
uofmman1122 said:
Here's what I said on CS

Here's how I see the Griz schedule:

App State - L (50% W chance)
@ North Dakota - W (65% W chance)
OKPSU - W (99.9999999% W chance)
@ NAU - L (60% W chance, but I don't think we go 11-1, so I picked loss)
PSU - W (80% W chance)
@ UCD - W (75% W chance)
CPSLO - W (70% W chace)
EWU - W (55% W chance)
@ Sac - W (65% W chance)
@ USD - W (75% W Chance)
Weber - W (80% W chace)
@ MSU - W (60% W chance)

10-2 with 9 wins in a row to close out the season.

Is that RB from NAU gone? If so, I think we win that game...but I think we lose two others (from @UND, @Sac and @MSU) and go 9-3, 7-2 in conference.
 
poorgriz said:
uofmman1122 said:
Here's what I said on CS

Here's how I see the Griz schedule:

App State - L (50% W chance)
@ North Dakota - W (65% W chance)
OKPSU - W (99.9999999% W chance)
@ NAU - L (60% W chance, but I don't think we go 11-1, so I picked loss)
PSU - W (80% W chance)
@ UCD - W (75% W chance)
CPSLO - W (70% W chace)
EWU - W (55% W chance)
@ Sac - W (65% W chance)
@ USD - W (75% W Chance)
Weber - W (80% W chace)
@ MSU - W (60% W chance)

10-2 with 9 wins in a row to close out the season.

Wow. So you really think the griz will be favored in the NAU, Cal Poly, EWU, Sac, and MSU games? Dilusional.

I'm a Griz fan so maybe I am just crazy but I believe the Griz will be favored in all the games that you mentioned but the MSU game. And by that time a lot of things will have changed so maybe.
 
poorgriz said:
uofmman1122 said:
Here's what I said on CS

Here's how I see the Griz schedule:

App State - L (50% W chance)
@ North Dakota - W (65% W chance)
OKPSU - W (99.9999999% W chance)
@ NAU - L (60% W chance, but I don't think we go 11-1, so I picked loss)
PSU - W (80% W chance)
@ UCD - W (75% W chance)
CPSLO - W (70% W chace)
EWU - W (55% W chance)
@ Sac - W (65% W chance)
@ USD - W (75% W Chance)
Weber - W (80% W chace)
@ MSU - W (60% W chance)

10-2 with 9 wins in a row to close out the season.

Wow. So you really think the griz will be favored in the NAU, Cal Poly, EWU, Sac, and MSU games? Dilusional.
First off, I've been consistent in saying that I feel like our biggest problem last year was the lack of offensive production for long stretches when it mattered, not the pass defense (though it wasn't exactly good).

With JJ back, and even with a few kinks in the first few games, he makes us so much better. I truly thought he was going to break out last year and really light up the BSC. Nothing I've seen has told me still can't. That said, let's look at all those games you mentioned:

NAU - We were leading by a ton until our offense decided to completely die. As AZGriz has noted, Bauman had a few huge runs, but wasn't running over our defense at will like some people have suggested. We lost that game because the offense went ice cold, McKinney tried to force things, and the defense couldn't contain them being on the field so much. With JJ back, I feel like our run D will be able to contain him enough while the offense actually works. They have a new, unproven QB, so I'm not worried about their passing game. You may note that I said this was a loss, and I think it's possible. If JJ isn't 100% for the first few games, I feel we could lose this game, but I still feel like we should be favored.

Cal Poly - They lost their QB, best RB, and best WR. I don't care how good their #2 and #3 QBs were in high school, they have next to no gametime experience. Cal Poly's offensive strength plays into our defensive strength, and I still feel like JJ is the equalizer. He picked them apart last time they came to town. We have them at home after a bye week. There's no reason we shouldn't be favored in this game.

EWU - I gave us a 55% chance, and it's based mostly on being at home. I think apart from ASU, this will be our toughest game of the season. We could very well lose this game, but I think home field gets it done. Despite the close games, they haven't won in WGS since 2005. And by all rights, we should have beat them last year. I think we've improved more than they have in this offseason.

Sac - They lose a lot of key pieces from last year, especially on the defensive line. Our offensive backfield is much better than it was last year, and our O-Line will be just as good (even better if Poole returns). It's an away game, but it's late in the season, and assuming there are no major injuries, I see JJ and Co. firing on all cylinders at that point in the season.

MSU - I've seen five years of Rob Ash-coached Montana State teams, and as much as I'm sure you don't want to admit it, they've been soft, finesse teams that can't handle being pushed around. You barely came out of Missoula with a win against a down Griz team where several coaches had completely checked out, we didn't have a capable QB (and we didn't play the one we should have, anyways :roll: ), and we weren't playing for anything at that point. I think we will be more physical than you once again, and with JJ back, and probably better than he was in 2011, I feel confident about this game. We shut down your rushing attack completely with virtually the exact same defense we'll have this year, and forced McGhee to beat our D, all the while our offense couldn't do anything, and you guys still barely won.

Of course we could lose all of those games. I didn't say they're 100% win guarantees. However, based on the moves and improvements we've made this offseason, and the chip that will be on our team's collective shoulders, I think we should be favored in all these games.

Of course you're going to disagree, but I don't expect anything else from you. :lol: :cool:
 
BDizzle said:
poorgriz said:
uofmman1122 said:
Here's what I said on CS

Here's how I see the Griz schedule:

App State - L (50% W chance)
@ North Dakota - W (65% W chance)
OKPSU - W (99.9999999% W chance)
@ NAU - L (60% W chance, but I don't think we go 11-1, so I picked loss)
PSU - W (80% W chance)
@ UCD - W (75% W chance)
CPSLO - W (70% W chace)
EWU - W (55% W chance)
@ Sac - W (65% W chance)
@ USD - W (75% W Chance)
Weber - W (80% W chace)
@ MSU - W (60% W chance)

10-2 with 9 wins in a row to close out the season.

Wow. So you really think the griz will be favored in the NAU, Cal Poly, EWU, Sac, and MSU games? Dilusional.

I'm a Griz fan so maybe I am just crazy but I believe the Griz will be favored in all the games that you mentioned but the MSU game. And by that time a lot of things will have changed so maybe.
You sir are correct. No chance we are a home dog against CPSLO or EWU. For sure will be favored on the road vs NAU and Sac St. MSU will probably be a 2.5-3.5 point favorite in Bozeman. I bet Big Sky games every week so I know what to expect from the odds makers.
 
Actually I think your first game against App is going to be absolutely huge in terms of you guys starting your rebound year off on the right foot. This will also play into rankings, obviously... and whether or not you are favored in the following games. For example, if you lose to App but win your other games leading up to NAU, and NAU doesn't lose to UC Davis or South Dakota, (Ya, lots of IF's but I think that is how it will play out...) I don't think there's any chancy you go to Flagstaff ranked higher than NAU, and you would not be favored in that game. Here are the final rankings from 2012:

1. North Dakota State (126) 10-1 3,653

2. Montana St. (12) 10-1 3,461

3. Old Dominion (6) 10-1 3,310

4. E. Washington 9-2 3,176

5. Sam Houston St. 8-3 3,141

6. Georgia Southern 8-2 2,779

7. Appalachian State 8-3 2,688

8. Central Arkansas 9-2 2,510

9. Wofford 8-3 2,318

10. Stony Brook 9-2 1,953

11. New Hampshire 8-3 1,910

12. Cal Poly 9-2 1,817

13. Lehigh 10-1 1,802

14. Villanova 8-3 1,627

15. Towson 7-4 1,626

16. Illinois State 8-3 1,611

17. James Madison 7-4 1,290

18. Richmond 8-3 1,244

19. South Dakota St. 8-3 1,178

20. Northern Arizona 8-3 1,073

21. Eastern Kentucky 8-3 803

22. Bethune-Cookman 9-2 612

23. Indiana State 7-4 442

24. Colgate 8-3 336

25. E. Illinois 7-4 258
 
poorgriz said:
Actually I think your first game against App is going to be absolutely huge in terms of you guys starting your rebound year off on the right foot. This will also play into rankings, obviously... and whether or not you are favored in the following games. For example, if you lose to App but win your other games leading up to NAU, and NAU doesn't lose to UC Davis or South Dakota, (Ya, lots of IF's but I think that is how it will play out...) I don't think there's any chancy you go to Flagstaff ranked higher than NAU, and you would not be favored in that game. Here are the final rankings from 2012:

1. North Dakota State (126) 10-1 3,653

2. Montana St. (12) 10-1 3,461

3. Old Dominion (6) 10-1 3,310

4. E. Washington 9-2 3,176

5. Sam Houston St. 8-3 3,141

6. Georgia Southern 8-2 2,779

7. Appalachian State 8-3 2,688

8. Central Arkansas 9-2 2,510

9. Wofford 8-3 2,318

10. Stony Brook 9-2 1,953

11. New Hampshire 8-3 1,910

12. Cal Poly 9-2 1,817

13. Lehigh 10-1 1,802

14. Villanova 8-3 1,627

15. Towson 7-4 1,626

16. Illinois State 8-3 1,611

17. James Madison 7-4 1,290

18. Richmond 8-3 1,244

19. South Dakota St. 8-3 1,178

20. Northern Arizona 8-3 1,073

21. Eastern Kentucky 8-3 803

22. Bethune-Cookman 9-2 612

23. Indiana State 7-4 442

24. Colgate 8-3 336

25. E. Illinois 7-4 258

Because final 2012 rankings mean what in 2013?
 
exactamundo.
poorcats, do you expect us to believe MSU was better than SHSU in 2012?
BWHAHAHA
never thought i could enjoy a non-griz playoff game so much.
That was such a fun night. Thanks for helping me re-live it.
 
WaGriz4life said:
BDizzle said:
poorgriz said:
uofmman1122 said:
Here's what I said on CS

Here's how I see the Griz schedule:

App State - L (50% W chance)
@ North Dakota - W (65% W chance)
OKPSU - W (99.9999999% W chance)
@ NAU - L (60% W chance, but I don't think we go 11-1, so I picked loss)
PSU - W (80% W chance)
@ UCD - W (75% W chance)
CPSLO - W (70% W chace)
EWU - W (55% W chance)
@ Sac - W (65% W chance)
@ USD - W (75% W Chance)
Weber - W (80% W chace)
@ MSU - W (60% W chance)

10-2 with 9 wins in a row to close out the season.

Wow. So you really think the griz will be favored in the NAU, Cal Poly, EWU, Sac, and MSU games? Dilusional.

I'm a Griz fan so maybe I am just crazy but I believe the Griz will be favored in all the games that you mentioned but the MSU game. And by that time a lot of things will have changed so maybe.
You sir are correct. No chance we are a home dog against CPSLO or EWU. For sure will be favored on the road vs NAU and Sac St. MSU will probably be a 2.5-3.5 point favorite in Bozeman. I bet Big Sky games every week so I know what to expect from the odds makers.

Can't WAIT to get points betting that game. Free money.
 
12-0

08/31/13 vs. Appalachian State W-34-27
09/14/13 at North Dakota W 42-16
09/21/13 vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State W 66-0
09/28/13 at Northern Arizona * W 35-17
10/05/13 vs. Portland State * W 48-13
10/12/13 at UC Davis * W 42-7
10/19/13 vs. Cal Poly * W 38-24
10/26/13 vs. Eastern Washington * W 33-24
11/02/13 at Sacramento State W 42-10
11/09/13 at South Dakota W 36-14
11/16/13 vs. Weber State * W 48-13
11/23/13 at Montana State * W 42-27
 
greasewood said:
12-0

08/31/13 vs. Appalachian State W-34-27
09/14/13 at North Dakota W 42-16
09/21/13 vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State W 66-0
09/28/13 at Northern Arizona * W 35-17
10/05/13 vs. Portland State * W 48-13
10/12/13 at UC Davis * W 42-7
10/19/13 vs. Cal Poly * W 38-24
10/26/13 vs. Eastern Washington * W 33-24
11/02/13 at Sacramento State W 42-10
11/09/13 at South Dakota W 36-14
11/16/13 vs. Weber State * W 48-13
11/23/13 at Montana State * W 42-7

I'm thinking you accidentally pushed an extra key on the last game. FIFY.
 
grizindabox said:
poorgriz said:
Actually I think your first game against App is going to be absolutely huge in terms of you guys starting your rebound year off on the right foot. This will also play into rankings, obviously... and whether or not you are favored in the following games. For example, if you lose to App but win your other games leading up to NAU, and NAU doesn't lose to UC Davis or South Dakota, (Ya, lots of IF's but I think that is how it will play out...) I don't think there's any chancy you go to Flagstaff ranked higher than NAU, and you would not be favored in that game. Here are the final rankings from 2012:

1. North Dakota State (126) 10-1 3,653

2. Montana St. (12) 10-1 3,461

3. Old Dominion (6) 10-1 3,310

4. E. Washington 9-2 3,176

5. Sam Houston St. 8-3 3,141

6. Georgia Southern 8-2 2,779

7. Appalachian State 8-3 2,688

8. Central Arkansas 9-2 2,510

9. Wofford 8-3 2,318

10. Stony Brook 9-2 1,953

11. New Hampshire 8-3 1,910

12. Cal Poly 9-2 1,817

13. Lehigh 10-1 1,802

14. Villanova 8-3 1,627

15. Towson 7-4 1,626

16. Illinois State 8-3 1,611

17. James Madison 7-4 1,290

18. Richmond 8-3 1,244

19. South Dakota St. 8-3 1,178

20. Northern Arizona 8-3 1,073

21. Eastern Kentucky 8-3 803

22. Bethune-Cookman 9-2 612

23. Indiana State 7-4 442

24. Colgate 8-3 336

25. E. Illinois 7-4 258

Because final 2012 rankings mean what in 2013?
. Um, because the final 2012 rankings will play into the preseason rankings for 2013? This isn't rocket science.
 
And that has ____ to do with how many games we'll win? Preseason polls become worthless halfway through the season at latest
 
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