Nah, the cord to the optical sensor snapped while we were cleaning and we have to replace it.
It's a Vine taken on my iPhone 4S of my television, but I'm certainly open to accepting your professionally produced all-11 game film the moment it's ready.
JT just wasn't on yesterday,
Wait, what? He only completed 25/35 (71.4%) for 302 yards (often under pressure) and four touchdowns and ran for another 78 yards. The first interception may have been his fault, but it's not clear that Devin Smith ran the correct route. The second definitely was on the receiver for tipping it instead of catching it. Not sure how that's "not on" because it certainly isn't "off."
If anyone wasn't on it was the offensive line.
Seems that this is the story every SINGLE GAME. Have we had a game where Clinton didn't put one out of bounds?
Yes. He's done it six times.
Marshall almost single handedly lost that game.
Outside of J.T. Barrett, he also did the most to single handedly WIN that game. Leading receiver with 5 catches for 95 yards and a 12-yard run. The 50-yard touchdown reception was a great play. Who else made plays? It's ok to be a glass-is-half-empty person, I guess, but let's not act like he didn't do anything positive that contributed to what was a 31-14 lead in the fourth quarter on the road.
Did you actually know fans who were divided on Germaine vs. Jackson? I ask because I have honestly never met anyone other than John Cooper who thought Jackson should have started or even played during Joe Germaine's time.
I do think Miller could have done what Barrett did. Of course, I'm assuming that as a senior that he'd be even better and smarter than he has been the last two seasons.
Exactly, OSUPolo. To compare either Miller or Barrett to Stan Jackson is ludicrous.
Must be, because Miller ran for 142 yards in that game and Hyde added 118. Last year's Spartans were obviously a better team than this year's Hokies. And at no point did MSU use the bear front.
I don't get how anyone can say that we would be undefeated if Braxton was QB this year?
It's simple, really. VT couldn't play the scheme they did against Ohio State with a healthy Miller, due to his ability to get to the edge. Barrett isn't slow, but he doesn't have the edge speed Miller does. That was where VT's defense was susceptible and Ohio State couldn't get there except for an occasional option play. Miller's speed takes away the cheating by the outside channel defenders and that opens the middle back up.More room to run means fewer third-and-longs and therefore fewer sacks. Would Ohio State definitively have won the game? Not sure you can say that but it certainly would have given them a much greater chance of success.
Except this time both quarterbacks are good.
I don't think I agree about VT.
The key point about VT is they can't put everyone in the run box if Braxton's healthy because he'd skin them on outside runs, whereas JT doesn't have that kind of edge speed, so it affected the entire scheme. Without a packed box the inside run game would have worked much better. Opens up the whole game, really.
That's an interesting way to interpret our answers. Not necessarily the correct way, but an interesting way.
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Big stage isn't a requisite for the downer game. Typically our downer games are not big stage (noon games against Purdue is a common one).