Michigan stormed the field against the Buckeyes in 2011. They would apologize for that, but they've never been able to storm the field since then.
"We're sorry for storming the field against you. Beating you has become so routine that you're not worth a field-storming anymore."
Agree. Even more maddening was that Zeke didn't get the ball once on that last drive. He had 220 yards at that point. Just give it to him three times to save us from the unnecessary anxiety.
You can find almost any game on Youtube. There're even abridged versions that cut out all the dead time between plays and only show the action on the field in about thirty minutes.
Re-watching the 2014 game against Bama, I'm still baffled that Saban didn't scream into Kiffin's ear to run Derrick Henry. If he got the ball 20-25 times, I think Bama wins.
Online classes everywhere.
Doctors: "We need to practice social distancing."
Michigan: "Already on it."
Mike Brown has to be quarantined. This is what it feels like to be a fan of a functional NFL team during free agency, huh? Feels kinda nice.
Eifert just got signed by the Jags on a 2-year deal. Shame, really. I was hoping they were able to reach a deal with him to help Burrow out.
I've since changed the title. My mistake for not waiting until all the details were released.
He probably won't have to worry. If he goes the traditional route to publish, it can take up to two years to reach the shelves, especially for a first time author. By that time, he'll already be a first round pick.
I'm trying to become an author myself, so I'm well researched on this.
Their offense got shut down till Wade got ejected.
Seeing Saban in a sweater and those huge aviators makes me feel like I'm watching his Mr. Hyde persona in an alternate dimension.
I understand that, but even with the delayed start, the U.S. has still taken far better precautions than Italy. Italy has over 59,000 cases as of now with approximately 5,500 deaths. The U.S. has over 32,000, over half of Italy's cases, but less than 450 deaths, .08% of Italy's death toll.
Again, I'm not trying to say it can't get that bad here in the States, but I personally just can't see it getting as bad as Italy considering everyday life has essentially been put on pause.
Not trying to be a prick or anything, but can I ask how you reached an estimation of 300-500,000? There's currently over 32,000 confirmed cases in the U.S. with less than 450 deaths. Obviously that number is going to increase, but to 300,000+? Seems like an overestimation.
Maybe so. But the Spanish Flu was censored in practically every country except for Spain (hence why it's called the Spanish Flu, despite the fact that it likely originated in China) to maintain morale for the soldiers still fighting in World War 1.
Luckily the world isn't involved in a World War 3. 2020 medicine is far and away superior to 1918 medicine. And the U.S. took affirmative action this time around than during the Woodrow Wilson administration.
He would've had a similar season to Haskins in 2018, putting up godly numbers but being held back the worst defense in program history. Would've likely gone pro last season thanks to Ryan Day, and would be playing for either the Cardinals, Giants, or Redskins.
Just my $.02.
God bless Tressel. He's football's version of Mr. Rogers. Only difference is he wasn't so hospitable to his northern neighbors.
62-39. I think the Bucks just scored again.
Gladney's a good corner, and I wouldn't mind taking him in the second. But after watching his film, I'm really starting to like Tyler Biadasz, the center from Wisconsin. Trey Hopkins has the center spot locked down, but if Biadasz can move to guard, I'd be a huge fan of taking him at 33.