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tussey


Ipswich MA (via Fort Wayne IN)

Member since 27 March 2013 | Blog

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Comment 22 Jan 2016

I take offense at the inaccuracy of icons placed over Fort Wayne, IN.  Austin Mack is from there - going to Ohio State.  Austin Robinson is from there and is going to MSU.  Not every prospect that come out of Fort Wayne goes to ND!

Comment 21 Jan 2016

Yes you are correct the Machete order is best! After reading the blog and then doing it last winter I was amazed at how it enhanced the the over-arching storyline. 

Comment 02 Jan 2016

One of my favorite Spielman moments was back when he was still a sideline reporter.  He was doing an Ohio State game and I think it was in the middle of when his wife was still battling cancer.  They go to him on the field for some analysis of what the Ohio State defense needs to do better to stop the offense.  With the camera on him, he is just staring onto the field amped up and frustrated about the linebackers using poor technique and poor angles.  It was hysterical. 

Comment 01 Jan 2016

I appreciate your signature, and so does Anselm.

Comment 19 Dec 2015

^^^This^^^

I was just about to make a similar comment.

Comment 07 Dec 2015

I don't really care who we hire as long as it someone who is going to run press man with the corners and keep the coverage aggressive.  It will be interesting to see what happens with the way the linebackers align, because Ash came in and totally changed the way the backers aligned.  

Comment 21 Nov 2015

Beck + Warinner = Fickle + Withers

MSU exposed both combinations as being faulty. 

Comment 21 Nov 2015

Ash pretty much always runs his base defense.  That is what he does.  The biggest issue was the offsides penalties that kept on coming at crucial moments that made 3rd and 4th and longs into 3rd and 4th and shorts, which were then converted.  When they ran the ball rarely were they getting stopped for a loss or for no gain.  It was almost always for 3 or so yards.