Point is he made the game about him. Just like the goal post things he did that cost us, why put a victory in jeopardy to showoff. He was notorious for doing it so there was no way they were not going to flag him.
Good job Kendall. I wasn't sure how that time stacks up but today 6.37 was run in the indoors on TV.
I loved watching him at Ohio State but I held my breath every great catch if he wasn't going to get a celebration penalty or a taunting call. Diving in the end zone almost cost us a UM victory and celebrating against Notre Dame (#9)before the end zone almost ended in a fumble getting caught with his arm in the air celebrating close to the goal line are two I'll never forget. He was a superior receiver that might have been good enough to go pro after high school or close to it.
It's funny how many were defending JT and trashed other players at the same time like JT was the only one above that. Our LBs, RT tackle and a few DBs were trash badly many times and the poster's biggest concern was for JT. As I recall only a few took it too far and got UVd for it. Most was about him not seeing open receivers and bad throws and wanting ANOTHER BUCKEYE to replace him.
Yea it's a damn shame our coach is shit. If we had gotten a better one we would be undefeated.
"That shot had Johnson & Johnson baby powder all over it".
I'd rather go where my dogs go. Much better company.
If you follow the facts about Harbaugh when he rendered assistance to a couple in a snow storm you'll see he was texting while driving in hazard conditions. The assistant claimed JH was driving and Jim's tweet to judge Judy congratulating her on her new contract was moments before the assistance.
Sorry but that is still one of the ugliest helmets in football. I'd say it if it was the buckeye helmet.
This team has far exceeded expectations. Purdue and MSU are the top of the BIG and we now know PSU is better than us so now we need to see if we're just behind them or behind UM as well. It's been a fun season so far and anything they can pull off is icing.
Neither QB was ready to win that game. Troy was coming off punishment with no game snaps and it showed. Since we have 3 very capable QBs I think game experience would go a long way.
OH SHIT! My number 1 call as a paramedic was ones who was sure they could pull off a stunt after they ask somebody to hold their beer but as a sprinter in HS I thought sure I could get out of a car going twenty and not fall after getting drunk. I picked gravel for a week.
Worst was went to a horse pull at the Croton fair. It was also the best because I got laid riding back in the horse trailer on our way home at 14. I know some of your dirty minds wondered if it was a horse but it was with my girlfriend.
Much like last year I thing an injury at QB determines which way we go.
There is a difference between pulling one because of bad play and one getting a couple of drives a game as a plan.
Things will improve with decent footballs thrown.
Our receivers are well equipped for the next level with what's there now. They block very well also. Once decent footballs are thrown at them the shine.
I once gargled with sea breeze thinking it was mouth wash without my glasses and a few in me. Sobers you right up. My wife offered me her summers eve as an alternative.
Lets look at the facts. JT 2 scoring drives in 8 attempts and fell behind and Haskins 3 of 4 and only because we missed a very makeable FG and gets the win. I have doubts(not fact) that JT equals that but he contributed to the win.
These schools that broke the 20 year rule have strong recruiting basis where they sit with kids dreaming of playing for their home team. It's harder for teams like Nebraska and UM who need to go into other areas more. Tennessee was strong while Alabama was on strong sanctions and dropped of when it was over.
I just wish it didn't happen to me so much. Finger typing and struggling eye sight may be worse than drinking.
Don't you hate it when the timer runs out before you see a mistake in your typing.
Like I said Soccer injuries are not as likely to get reported. First it's not as news worthy and keeping good players and they were behind on concussion protocols. I had a forum topic after a women's game in a cup final and one of our girls came off the field obviously woozy after knocking heads with another. As a retired paramedic she showed the classic signs but the coach put her back in because the young lady said she was OK and the coach said it was good enough for her. Repeated heading contact has the same impact over a period of time as football. I have nothing against safety and as a matter of fact I think there should be someone in the booth looking at each play for helmet or unnecessary hits that officials could miss and be firm about it. Unqualified people coaching our youth in contact sports is a major problem, especially for those who feel it's a reflection on them how the team plays.
Hawk and Mangold also played minutes in that game. But going undefeated was quite an accomplishment.
So where do you draw the line in %. Riding a bike or riding in a car can be more fatal. I'm watching the Olympics and near ever snow boarder is coming off some kind of serious injury and these are the ones with the most skills and the ones we hear about. Just go on utube and look at all the stupid things kids do to get a video. The last study I seen in 2014 showed soccer was the higher in injury when we went through this a couple of years ago on here but most are not being reported because it's not as news worthy as attacking football.