We see it a lot in college football – larger colleges playing smaller colleges (creampuffs) early in the football season and pummeling them.
The scheduling of creampuffs for Montana’s two largest universities was highly evident on Saturday when the University of Montana and Montana State beat their two opponents by a combined score of 132-12. Some in the Montana media slurped it up like it was the beginning of something special.
Frankly, the two big dogs of college football in Montana did not really prove anything.
There should be a mercy rule in college football or maybe the “big dog” schools should just play the local high school varsity team. Continue reading