Tim Beck... please.
The Big 12, where defense is disallowed.
Also, Oregon State is within 3 points of Oregon in the 4th.
Iowa's 12-0, just like we all predicted.
I honestly thought the guy on the left was Braxton Miller with a curly-haired wig.
I will be extremely disappointed if they don't at least try what Indiana did to them, uptempo running plays, over and over and over again. Indiana ran it 18 times in a row on them at one point, and finished with 307 rushing yards. They're the only team that did this on a constant basis against scUM, and if IU had any defense, they would've won. If the Bucks want to truly get the offense in a groove, they need to go uptempo, early and often.
Ferentz just channeled his inner Pelini.
Wonder if the refs considered calling targeting for hitting his own teammate.
Doesn't really matter. I'm pulling for them though.
That is the multi-winning B1G Coach of the Year you're talking about. How dare you say he's overpaid!
Never mind, original comment was edited.
Toledo and Western Michigan are having a fight to the end. 32-24 WMU, 4th quarter.
Because he was a huge part of the success last season. I agree that Warinner deserves part of the blame too, but Beck is the QB coach, and both the QBs this year have looked dreadful, and it's (probably) because of Beck.
Western Michigan is giving Toledo a run for their money (game's on CBS Sports Network).
Out of all the years LSU could've fired Miles, this is the year they decide to do so, when they're so many openings, it's no guarantee that they land a home-run hit for a hire. I can easily see LSU turning into the Nebraska of the south, had a coach that had them at a decent point, they fire him, and they collapse afterward.
Rudock reminds me of Matt McGloin from 2012 when Bill O'Brien first arrived, everyone said he was the most improved QB in the country; then when he played OSU, he looked, well, like Matt McGloin, average at best. I'm still unsure if the Bucks will win with the way the offense has played this year, but I do think Rudock gets exposed in this game, 2+ interceptions.
An underrated play in this game was a 3rd and 1 play action deep pass from Smith to Ginn. It's still to this day the best play action fake I've ever seen, Smith sold the fake beautifully, and so too did Wells, who dove over the top of the line even without the ball, and capped it off with a perfect TD throw. It faked out the entire scUM defense, the cameraman, and (I'm guessing) everyone in the stadium.
Except, Iowa's not in the same division as Sparty and the Bucks.
4 B1G teams in the top 10.
Even if they do turn it over, they can easily make up for it. Against Oregon, lost the turnover battle 4-1 and still won by 22.
He's proven to be a successful NFL coach, and there will be a team that comes calling and offering him a boatload of cash. And the perks of not having to recruit and other things will be too tempting for him to pass up.
I still think Harbaugh will bolt for the NFL in 3-4 years.