The slo-mo replay technology is an advantage. In a scenario where live speed made it difficult to discern control, slo mo clearly showed control and possession of the ball. The officials who used the slo mo to review the call are the ones who got it absolutely 100% wrong - whether they want to admit it or not. The problem is not technology, the problems are 1) Officiating biases and 2) Vague rulebook terms like "football move"
It was unfortunate but shit happens, no reason to hang your head Chris. Fields had just as much a part in the mistake, and mistakes are acceptable. What is not acceptable is that overturned fumble by the refs
That scoop and score overturn was a little crazy. Like someone should lose their job and an investigation began crazy. There has to be substantial evidence to overturn an original call, and the slow-mo showed even more evidence it was the right call. With that said, the team made some boneheaded moves tonight that cost us, and I would not have wanted to play LSU if this is what we were going to bring to the table
My post-Christmas wishlist:
1) No slow start in the 1st half
2) Big impact from Chase Young
3) DB's keep Trevor Lawrence's pass game minimal
- If we do all 3 of those things the next 2 games, imo we win a championship
I realize the OSU vote was split up but Jalen at #2 kind of makes the whole thing look like a joke. With that said, congrats to Ohio native Burrow
It is what it is, now let's beat Clemson 31-0!!
Love how Day has been racking up scores and isn't afraid to go for it on 4th down. As long as he pulls Fields out when not needed to prevent injury, I hope he never picks his boot up off of Michigan's neck
Especially to break those records
If Day wins a championship coming off of the drama-filled last year and the fact that this is his first full season, he is the god damn man
Watching Connor Cook grab that trophy from Archie like grabbing a beer from a bartender still makes me wince today..
Edit: Wrong post
Pretty sure I shook his finger, dude is a straight up tank. I asked about Justin Fields and he said he was the real deal!
I know this isn't the right place but I just met Larry Johnson at the airport, super nice guy and even greater coach!
College football 2019: Where if you are a really good starter you leave early for the draft, and if you are a decent backup then you leave early to go to a different school. Lots of moves being made
"Hi, I'm a student athl-"
"HERE TAKE THIS IPAD. AND THIS 24/7 BUFFET. AND MY WIFE!"
Just messing, love y'all unpaid athletes <3
Always could tell he was a special talent. Do great things JDixon!
A clear lack of offense and toughness. Penn State attacks - or rather punishes - their opponents. Probably a result of Cael and just the talent they've had teaching the new talent tricks of the trade
Swung and hit a homerun twice
With the way the college football media and fans are about wanting a player to marry their daughter one second to their head on a silver platter the next second, I would take the money and run.
The current playoff system has built about 6 teams who have turned into recruiting powerhouses, and left everyone else the scraps. By expanding the playoffs to 6 or 8 teams, you are allowing some of the less fortunate teams to become playoff contenders and hopefully lessen the parity in recruiting
TLDR: Bama needs kicked in the balls because they be hoggin all them 5 stars
Can't believe the media was considering this guy for Heisman over Haskins just a few months ago..
Our expectations remain high with you too, Gene Smith.
And just like most news channels, I'm no longer watching ESPN if I can. Shit is too biased nowadays
“I always try and be humanistic with people"
Confirmed android. And this particular model needs replaced with Urban
New No 3. Don't lose to Purdue