"He makes it really easy on you as a coach because he has tremendous football instincts," Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh said. "Things come really naturally to him. He doesn't have to see things too many times. He has a good sense for how things should look and feel, and he's a tough, physical guy."
The CBS and ESPN talking heads seem to think that the Morgan charge was a block with Dick Vitale being the lone person who thinks it was a charge. What do you think?
I'm of the opinion that the refs have no clue how to make that call, it is now used as a crutch by many teams defensively (including Michigan), and that home teams get 75% of them. With that being said, I thought it was the right call. Morgan moved his feet slightly after the player left the ground, but he was there waiting when that guy drove into his chest and it didn't even really seem that close.
I think by the letter of the law it was probably a block, but the way it has been called all season that's probably a charge 80% of the time. Thoughts?
First, HOLY CRAP WE ARE GOING TO THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME!! Go Blue and congrats to the guys.I have a viewing question that I am hoping that the MGoCommunity can help answer: My son has watched every game this season. Usually, we watch the first half, and then we DRV the rest and finish the next day because he is 5 and can't last too late. This game was too late for him, but he is so excited that we are in the final four and I don't want him to miss it. The problem is that we are leaving early tomorrow morning for a 1-week vacation. Any way for me to watch the game with him on our iPad? I am completely tech challenged, so any help is much appreciated. Same question for the NC game - I will watch live Monday night with the wife from the hotel, but is there a way to download it and watch it the next day with my son? Thanks, in advance.
MCW and Triche and couple other guys were talking a bunch before the game and Mitch had the best response..."Kansas did it, you saw what happened. Florida did it, you saw what happened." And now Syracuse has done it and we saw what happened lol
Im heading to Atlanta Sunday for the Game Monday night. Can I get some feedback from those who were there tonight on the camera policy? Were there many fans there with DSLRs? Did anyone take in a DSLR and if so did you hide it or keep it out in the open?
The written policy states no removeable lens allowed. However I know this is rarely enforced. The Sweet 16 at the Palace, the security did not say anything and let me pass. I have not been to a NCAA Finals game before so I wonder if they are more strict.
I will see you all in Atlanta. Go Blue.
Let's try this again.
And goddammit, don't break it! :D
I'll leave it to Brian and Co. to provide the actual muppets.
Carry on. Again.
According to my best friend and his family, who I had the priviledge of being with tonight while also being on thie LiveBlog. It was absolutely awesome, let me tell you, but all of them are convinced that the refs clearly and blatantly favored Michigan. I need stats, and I need them fast, because my argument is simply that it was bad both ways, at different junctures throughout the contest. Particularly, Burke and McGary down low comes to mind, but does anyone else have supporting evidence or reason to believe the officiating was NOT horrendous tonight?