Now, I'm not saying that we have the best overall talent on offense. We don't have a game breaking running back, save denard. Our offensive line, while very good, isn't among the best in the nation, and our recieving core is decent. Even so....
This offense looks very aestethically pleasing. Much more than many other teams in the country. Tactically,on offense, are we the most entertaining side in the country?
Tonight we've got Miami at Pitt and, uh, South Lake at Apopka. Yes, that is high school.
Miami at Pitt looks to be an interesting game for a variety of reasons, but I'm personally wondering if Jacory Harris goes back to his play from last year. He looked awful last week, though Pitt hasn't looked exactly stellar either.
Looks like this was worn during the UMass game. After viewing the linked video what's your opinion;
Should it be a gameday tradition or is it a distraction to the players?
Now that we have seen the offensive playbook seemingly open up, I wonder if the TE will or will not eventually factor in as the final adjustment to the offensive schemes. I assume we would eventually see the TE like they are utilized in Florida's offense. At that point, I am not sure what you would defend.
I know RR has not traditionally gone to the TE as much, but he is continuing to recruit the position with pass catchers instead of bigger blocking types (e.g. Tabb who is also looking at Florida and Iowa) so I would assume this wrinkle is eventually coming. Now the existing TE corps have shown very good along with very poor receiving skills so maybe they are simply playing the odds to consciously limit attempts their direction. Either way, this offense is looking like it will keep going scorched earth.
I have been stewing about the BTN's epic fails to return back to coverage of the Michigan-UMass game after the in-game updates and other stupid sh-t. The only outlet for my anger is to send a complaint letter to the BTN. In preparing to do so, I though others might be interested in lodging complaints too since I'm not the only one paying good money for the BTN (not exorbitant money, but all money is "good" money).
If you all are interested in sending a similar complaint, below is some helpful links and information you can simply cut-and-paste into the website form. If you see any necessary changes or ways I can beef up my message please do not hesitate to let me know. If anyone has any other ways to get in contact with the BTN, please share.
I am using the following link to submit my complaint online: http://www.bigtennetwork.com/dpp/about_us/contact-us
At that page, it prompts me to enter the following information. I've taken the liberty of filling in the blank on some of these for your ease in sending complaints as well:
Category - TV Live Event
Subject - Football
Issue - Technical (Audio/Video)
First Name - ____________
Last Name - _____________
Email - ______________
Zip Code - ______________
Cable Satellite Provider - _______________
Favorite Big Ten School - Michigan
To Whom It May Concern,
I am writing in regards to the BTN's live coverage of Michigan football games. Please refrain, cease, and decist from using of regular cutaways from action on the field for things like in-game updates and advertising except during clear-cut stoppages of play when Michigan has the ball. As you likely know, Michigan runs a "hurry-up" offense and the majority of viewers do not want to miss any plays on the field. Thank you in advance for your compliance.