At least he'll already know his way around the stadium.
Heck, even a 5 loss team can...
Fair enough. It's a hell of a lot more than most Michigan fans will admit on Day 2 of Defeat (2016 version).
"Back -- and to the left. Back -- and to the left."
I'm going to play devil's advocate here -- that's a bad picture. It takes a screenshot of the broadcast and just rotates it. It gives the illusion that we're looking right down the line, but you can still see that the image as at an angle from behind the play. That said, the bigger indicator of a first down was that we could plainly see where Alexander's backside was, and at the very forward point of the ball it was sitting on his backside. Ultimately this picture is nothing more than changing something to see what you want to see.
But Michigan fans seriously need to shut the f**k up about this being "photoshopped". I guess simply rotating an image is considered photoshopping these days.
TT is having a game so far.
Judging from the cheers it looks like the crowd was more energized for Zeke than their own home team. And can you blame them? One of them gave them years of joy while the other has offered decades of soul-crushing agony.
The "one foot yard line"... is that technically a thing?
Just die already Sparty.
I feel like I just saw H. Jon Benjamin in the stands...
2 more wins? Tall order for this team...
Nope. Nope nope nope. I'm officially giving up on the Browns.
You mean I don't actually have to buy 2 Cokes to get tickets this time!?
Yeah, kind of hard to expand stadium sizing within a dome. Somehow Idaho gets away with it (3,000 less capacity too). NDSU would clock in at the 4th smallest stadium, just ahead of Idaho, UMASS, and Charlotte. I guess the difference being NDSU is expected to win and potentially host bigger and better traveled teams.
You have to imagine someone who isn't totally crazy is pitching the idea of bringing them up to FBS and joining the Big 12. Can't be worse than Kansas or Iowa St. now.
It's like Clowney's junior year -- with less production.
Bad officiating or not, what I want to know is why this happens so much. Is the ball that heavy that you can't carry it another 3 feet? If I'm Stoops, or any coach in that situation, I'm making the player run many 120 yard sprints with ball in hand the whole time.
Good to hear it's not serious. Plenty of time in the coming couple/few weeks to heal up if needed!
Weber with only 5 carries, and impressing so far. And with an off week next week, I say we run him A LOT in the 2nd and wear them down.
I didn't see anything yet... any word on Conley?
Better catch so far this year... Hooker or Brown?
Even when they win -- they lose. Guy gets DQ'd for his last lap stunt.
first American to medal in the Steeplechase since 1984
And Jager will be the second in the men's race.
I just find it so perplexing that this is only the 3rd Olympics in which they've had women's steeplechase.
The only thing the NCAA needs to do is pull the rug out on the entire athletics department. It's a financially crippling move that will have a permanent impact on the university. Sure, the NCAA can't toss anyone in jail, but when you're talking about institutional immorality such as this, hitting their bottom dollar is just as effective.