I think it should be a team vote before it is a coach's decision
True. But they struggled with Rutgers and Wisconsin, who was on a spiral at that point. TTUN just bent them over.
You have no idea the physical toll that three vasectomies have on a person
Penn State was pretty frustrated after last season. Their was commentary out there about grumblings of frustrated donors and officials at Penn State that were unhappy with Franklin after starting last season as a top 10 team but getting beat by their 3 biggest competitors in the B1G while losing 2 of those at home. They really struggled in most of their games after losing to us. Indiana took it to them for 3 quarters before fading.
Indians came into the season as an 87 to 92 win team. That would win the division by 6+ games. Now they are an 85 win team. Do the Twins have what it takes to be an 85 win team?
First of all, second guessing based on a completely unforeseeable injury is a little ridiculous. It's as if someone were to knock the Marlins for not trading Jose Fernandez before the boat crash that took his life.
Ehhh... True to some extent but Kluber trade rumors in the offseason were very real. The Indians strongly considered making a deal and there has been a noticeable decline in Kluber in terms of numbers and velocity. Something seems to be off with him prior to yesterday. The Indians had a chance to get more offense for the roster for him and they didn't. It was tough decision either way to make and I can't fault the Indians for either decision.