Yeah, in 2014 Noah Spence didn't play a snap for the good guys. Then, just before the season started we lost our two time Sliver Football Award winning quarterback for the season. After that happened, the backup QB broke his ankle and had to finish the season with the third string QB. What an awful season that turned out to be.
they were down 3 starters
You just stated Money was Glasgow's backup, yet counted him as a starter.
Yeah, he'd use tongue. Possibly with buggers on it too.
Can't really argue with him. The good guys have regressed in a couple of areas in the last few weeks, while TTUN is getting a little better each week.
I believe in our coaching staff to continue to develop our very young players. It only matters who the best team is in late November.
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I just checked back to state that I'm fairly certain we can call him starter for the remainder of the season (possibly longer depending on eligibility). No disrespect to Das Boot but Durbin is more consistent.
He is Jack's unshakeable nerves.
Nice post wizard, very informative, along with the anatomy-of-the-wisconsin-jet-sweep. I appreciate both of the posts.
Kyle may be worried about his job now. /s
I say bring him in as a consultant. Then he can let all the coaches on the staff know how poorly run the Purdue Athletic Department is run from the top. That way the assistant Coaches can give Purdue the, thanks but no thanks, in regards to the head coaching job.
Haven't been and used to want to go but now I don't have any desire to after I watched this little snippet.
Tell your cousin you have some charity work to do. http://www.elevenwarriors.com/college-football/2016/06/71380/the-saturday-project-watching-college-football-for-charity
Or you can flat out tell him you are not going and send him this link to explain everything. http://www.elevenwarriors.com/college-football/2014/07/37574/fall-weddings-zero-tolerance
Please read entire forum subject in the link provided above and you will have your answer twards the bottom of the post. Thanks.
Read the edit. Ole Piss is more than pretty good, they are the best damn three loss team in the nation.
I did not notice this switch during the game either. It seems as though it is a fairly easy adjustment and could be easily done on the sidelines with the players and coach huddled up. I wonder why it had to wait until half time to be done. Possibly because the coaching staff wanted to have all of the DB's together and on the same page, with all the subbing we do, before they made the adjustment. That was the only reasonably logical answer I could come up with. Anyone have any other ideas why this was not done on the sidelines in the first quarter?
That field goal attempt was from the middle of the field at about the 30. It was basically an extra point in the NFL.
I like how 3M didn't even talk about Ole Miss.
I can guarantee aTm or Bama will loose. Definitely one of those two. /S
Other than that, who knows. College football is crazy. Any given week something unexpected is going to happen. If I could prognosticate thsee outcomes with any regularity, I would be making a whole lot of money at the expense of Vegas.
The fumble was the correct call. The call on the INT was atrocities. At worst it should have been inconclusive on the review and stayed with the call on the field of INT. I don't know how that gets overturned. In the end we ended up with a few less seconds off the clock and 5 less yards with the punt.
It's the only thing other teams/fans do that I'm kinda jealous of.
They don't have a long enough winning tradition to warrent any blue hairs.
I was there in '03 for the chokegate game. It's damn impressive.
I wonder if this decision was proactive or reactive.
Every 4-5 years Iowa assembles a decent team that rises above mediocrity. This is when Ferentz wins B1G COY. All Ruben has to do is have an eight win season, then go back to dominating the B1G.
So....yeah....Urban's never going to win the award.