Did Green fould out at 7:10 and still play the rest of game. Here is the info from the CBS play by play.
First Half: 18:53 Foul on Draymond Green
First Half: 3:33 Foul an Draymond Green. Appears he missed a layup and fouled L Smith and he made 1 of 2.
Second Half: 19:09 Technical Foul on Draymond Green. Also counts as a personal.
Second Half: 10:14 Foul on Draymond Green.
Second Half: 7:10 Foul on Draymond Green.
Thats 5 fouls. I have see two scenarios stated so far. One is that his second foul was not attributed to him (ESPN says it was on Kearney). The second is that the officials did not attribute or count the Technical foul as a personal foul, thus keeping his total at 4.
The announcers said during the telecast that the foul was on Green. Did they make a mistake or was it changed to Kearney later in the game? Either way I don't think MSU should be complaining about the refs.
As you all know, Little Brother must invariably attemtp, and fail, to emulate Michigan at all times. Once again, they've hit the nail right between the eyes. Presenting: The Sparty Facepalmer! (Ed: Changed from Anti-Lloyd Brady at posters' suggestions.)
Sparty Facepalm Guy brings destruction wherever he goes. He is invariably found at terrible, horrible events that hurt him and everyone around him.
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Interesting article on the recruiting battles between UM, MSU, and OSU around the midwest in the Detroit News. Some shots at us, but for the most part pretty fair.
He was especially irritated by the Buckeyes' poaching of one-time top Spartan commit Se'Von Pittman, something his mentor, Jim Tressel, wouldn't have done. "They've got a new coach, and it's different," Dantonio said. "I would say it's pretty unethical, in the end."
Kalis endured the scrutiny in his hometown and stood firm, perhaps the first sign Michigan was officially back in the fray. A larger sign: Of the 15 players on the Detroit News Blue Chip list, nine signed with Michigan and two with Michigan State.
The only recruit yet to sign is Monty Madaris. Speculation abound that he called off of school sick today and that Mr. Meyer may be in his ear. (RCMB calls Meyer 'Nucky', which if you follow Boardwalk Empire, then - yes. This may be the only RCMB nickname that I approve) Their class consists of 17 kids, not counting Madaris. Notable additions: Burbridge (WR), Cox (DB), and Jamal Lyles (DE).
Nucky has snake-oiled enough recruits to earn the top recruiting spot in the Big Ten. Aside from the possibility of Madaris, OSU today confirmed the commitment of 4* Kyle Dodson (OT). Meyer sleazed his way into the heart of several other previously spoken for recruits including; Pittman (DE, MSU), Reeves (DB, PSU) Taylor Decker (OL, ND), and Camren Williams (LB, PSU). I'm starting to associate Meyer with Saban in terms of sleaztasticity. Sleaztasticity may not even be a strong enough invented word. He has brought SEC oversigning north on his unholy conquest of the midwest, continuing to find ways to pull in recruits. Thankfully, Hoke had our guys hanging strong and we did not lose any commits, just lost a few recruiting battles. Meyer's next trick is to find a way, through power of hypnosis, to convince several bench warmers that they should try their hand in ice dancing.
Today ND lost a borderline blue chip prospect to Houston, if that gives you a sense of their day. They also lost out on another solid 4* guy in OL Decker. Their current class sits at 16, with Gunner Kiel as the only 5*. Their class never materialized, leaving many Domers pissed about their prolongation of the return to greatness.
Per Josh Helmholdt
Cincinnati (Ohio) Moeller WR Monty Madaris has committed to#MichiganState
There had been some speculation that we might be going for Madaris, but this honestly doesn't seem too unexpected. Good get for Sparty, they have a fairly solid WR class coming in this year.
And the rough few days of recruiting news rolls on. Hopefully we still can get a commit or two tonight.