This my take on things. Disagree if you will, but why don't we seem to ever man up and put athlete on athlete? I think that we should seriously consider playing man on man, despite our lack of experience in the defensive backfield. This of course may cause us some big plays, but it would also grow our defensive backfield up much quicker, as well as allowing us to pressure the opposing QB every play. I feel that we have the athletes to cause havoc, we just have to create pressure on more occasions to take advantage. This adjustment in my opinion would be the right call! Your thoughts?
Todd Blackledge ate a fantastic looking breakfast at a place in East Lansing that was featured on the broadcast. Breakfast burrito, potatoes, etc. I don't want to give East Lansing any more credit than is needed, but boy, that looked mighty, mighty good. Did anyone see the name of the restaurant?
Something a little more light hearted after the events of today.
Has anyone else noticed the large number of MSU male fans they show on TV are rockin the double (probably fake) diamond earings? People already think MSU fan's are trash, don't feed into it.
the score is tied, but win or lose you just know notre lame fans are going to be up in arms about that failed 4th down play. mwahaha.
Here are the facts for the defense:
UMass was successful on a 4-3 that led to a TD
UMass was successful on a 4-9 that led to another TD
Hagerup fumbled the snap on a punt (that was blocked) that led to another TD
UMass was ranked #7 in the FCS with 482 YPG (224 Rushing, 258 passing).
The M offense scored quickly leaving the D on the field a long time.
The M defense was about the same as it has been all year.