Uhhh. Herbstreit is dead wrong here. I don't care that he talked to "two coaches" that say it doesn't get called. I've watched thousands upon thousands of hours of football and that "special technique" as Herbie seems to think it is, is no-called about as often as other egregious PI calls. Which is to say that while PI doesn't always get called, even in obvious cases, it usually has more to do with how the conference officials tend to call it and, many times, the nearest ref simply loses focus and doesn't see it.
If you watch a lot of SEC football, you'll see a lot more PI not get called. I'm not saying that's good or bad, but I've definitely noticed more egregious plays not get called in SEC games than in any other conferences games.
Replay call was right. Call on the field should result in suspension of the ref.
> The SEC, ACC and Pac-12 all sit at 5-5, while the Big 12 is a forgetful 3-6.
I'm assuming this should read "a forgettable 3-6".
Well, I think we can all agree that if there's one thing Harbaugh's good at, it's making fun of himself.
When Harbaugh is eventually outed as a lizard person the first thing he'll hiss is "how could you not know? I gave you so many obvious clues."
Thank god. Worst announcer on TV.
I remember one of his infamous Tebow calls after little Timmy missed a WR by a mile on an easy throw: "That pass was well off the mark. A great throw though."
Is Ohio State actually interested or is this a charity "interest"?
Probably just fine, like any other manufacturer who makes things with the expectation that they be used properly and with safety precautions taken as necessary.
Yet another Alabama running back who runs the ball a bazillion times behind the perennial best o-line in the country against a giant batch of mediocre defenses.
Most years Alabama's backup running back looks just as good as the starter. Any idea why? Also any coincidence that they continue to underperform in the NFL?
The issue with this season is HOW we lost the MSU game. It wasn't from just being straight up outplayed. The arrogance of offensive playcalling for anyone that has ever coached an offensive was glaringly obvious. It was as bad or worse than if players were calling plays themselves.
And to STILL ONLY LOSE BY A LAST SECOND FIELD GOAL? It's a loss that people won't, and shouldn't, forget for a long time. One of the very few losses in my time as a fan that I would say was pretty much handed in.
Too much was riding on that game to not give a complete effort. I believe the players gave their best. But the team didn't.
Uhhhh. For anyone that was paying attention, Bolden was EASILY the worst player on the field. Missing tackles on big plays, not filling correctly, generally looked like a DII talent.
The second best team the SEC has to offer, ladies and gentlemen.
Horrifically bad play calling, even worse execution. I hate to see the Buckeyes lose BUT I'm glad that they won't walk away from this one thinking that everything was fine just because they won (ala Luke Fickell's "Did we win?".
I doubt any fans who have been watching the basketBucks play this year are stunned by it. They are easily the worst Ohio State basketball team I've watched in my relatively short lifetime.
This is a TEDx talk. TEDx events are nowhere near the quality and prestige of actual TED events. It's basically playing dress up for pseudo-intellectual adults.
The Ohio State University freakin' National Champions visited the most powerful man in the world, the freakin' president.
Oh no. Somebody made a shirt about an event that millions of people watched.
The humanity of such a crime.
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The National Championship was a climax of “The Chase,” the name Meyer gave his team’s quest for a title after watching Alabama crush Ohio State as an ESPN analyst in 2012.
This should say "Notre Dame".
I can't post this in the forum because apparently I don't have enough helmet stickers yet (lol, member here since the early days)
Anyways, the full game: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLr4s7UlHXo