Gotta go with the deuce.
This is the worst, most ambiguous penalty -- way too subjective and punitive. It puts the game directly in the hands of the officials. And the ACC officials have been some of the worst applying it this year.
I hope we get to see that angry team that we saw the end of last season and during the VT game.
Just win out. This week... Illinois.
Ughhh!!!! Sparty gonna sparty (errr... spart). I was really looking forward to and undefeated match-up in two weeks.
I nearly lost my mind when the officials threw the flag for targeting on Perry. This is becoming such a ticky tacky penalty. You could clearly see on the field before it was announced that there was some uncertainty amongst the crew itself. It's not just this game -- it's other teams outside of the Bucks that I see this called on. It is not right, and takes away from the game. Not trying to be barbaric, but it is a violent game, and when bigger, stronger teams/players line up against weaker, smaller teams/players, guys are going to get banged up. This rule really needs to be reconsidered and overhauled.
Agreed. Marshall seems to be emerging as the down field threat, and Brax has shown some flashes (let's hope he's OK). But what struck me last night was that Cardale runs north-south. He is not agile enough to run outside. When he drops back to throw, or designed delayed run, we saw him shine in those moments. Love his heart and his team first attitude. That said, I believe JT will be starting in Champaign.
Just looked it up on Wikipedia and the same things was suggested.
First of all... _uck _ichigan! Lucky bastards. I didn't get to watch the entire game but saw the fourth quarter. It looked to be up and down for both teams. But I'm pretty sure if Claeys kicks the field goal, Minnesota wins in OT. Does anyone know what happened to Shane Morris? Why is he not the number 2 QB?
The calls for Ferentz as COY have started. Chuck Long was homering for him this week on BTN. Ironic since not 5 minutes prior he accused Glen Mason of homering by placing the Bucks in the top four.
Congrats to Purdue! They've now ceremonially passed the bottom feeder role to Nebraska.
Thud!!! (Nebraska program hitting bottom)