You're fine, I'm pretty much right there with you. I just would rather see a difference between tripping a ref during a big play and a minor interference after a play is over. It would be something similar to the old 5 yard incidental facemask. Bit of a pandora's box though so it's just easiest to say "stay off the white."
Staying off the white is a pretty simple rule but I wish the interpretation could be a little more subjective. The play was over and Meyer's interference didn't restrict anyone's ability to do their job. I feel like I've seen more sideline interference penalties this year than ever. Was there a rule change?
Hey if a meteorologist doesn't have to be 100% right all the time, why do I?
Haven't been in almost a year. Were you at the game?
The rain was pretty bad before the game and until I stopped watching. Both coaches were soaked.
This would just be a cheer group playing for the visiting fans. Our band does this when other bands visit the shoe. IIRC, we don't do it with Michigan.
I have no issue with teams going for it on fourth or trying out their trick or 2 pt plays. Harbaugh (or any coach) is only responsible for his team and he's not an asshole for getting reps in during a game situation. The weather was terrible last night and Rutgers, lacking their only explosive player, could do nothing but get sacked or run their big, slow back.
And it's not like this is high school. These are big kids. Nearly every single D1 school has one or two games a year where they dominate an overmatched opponent.
I don't see an issue. Any children still around at that point were already scarred by what they saw on the field.
To clarify: Should have said arrested after not for. He appeared to argue with officers for a bit before being handcuffed. https://t.co/zHUed8cuWc— Trent Shadid (@Shadid13) October 9, 2016
Excited to see these on the field. Any word on the helmets?
Can't wait for him to whine about this game never should have been played