I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
I'm currently stuck in a location with Internet access, but no Cable. I am looking for a Internet feed to watch the game and I know ESPN 3 isn't bad but was wondering if there were others.
What you eating and drinking for the game today?
my drink today: Dead Guys Ale , Rogue brewed out of Oregon
Black bean and salsa dip, extra hot and spicy and tortillia chips
My eye is on BTN to see if MSU can keep it up or not.
ESPN Game Day did a Sports Science segment on how fast Taylor Martinez is. They basically compared him to Vick, and Cunningham. Not one single mention of Denard. OMG Taylor Martinez is so fast..whatever.
After Lloyd, before RR, for a brief, but not shiny moment, there was Greg Schiano. Then he decided to stay at Rutgers, allegedly to complete the process of building the Scarlet Knights into a major power (although many, if not most, believed he was waiting for Paterno to leave PSU -- isn't that like Waiting for Godot?0. Anyway, today's New York Times has an article noting the dissatisfaction with the Rutgers football program. For those interested, here's the link:
Most of us would agree that today's game is very big (though not the decisive factor) in the success of the season. A loss would mean the predictable scenario outlined by Brian, more negative recruiting, risk of confidence loss, etc. It's also big for Denard as a QB--can he bounce back, or is his early season success, while legit, misleading based on the quality of opposition? Can he improve his reads and progressions and bounce back strong.?
But what I find most interesting is the potential today for Denard as a leader of this team. He did something very commendable last week, stepping out of front of the team in the locker room, accepting blame, exhorting the team, and vowing to not repeat that effort again. A win and great performance from him today will solidify him as the team leader and make our prospects much brighter. That is because it is one thing to command the respect of the team for being it's best player, it is another thing to command the respect as the team leader--those things do not always go together in great players. One more reason why the game today is big.