Nothing revolutionary but I thought it was worth pointing out that Sam Webb doesn't "see a scenario" in which Hackett doesn't make a change at the end of the season:
EDIT: quotes for those who don't want to load the video:
Yeah, I think that this loss, just...really undercut Brady. I think it undercut the retention chances that he had. ...
I just don't see a scenario at this point with this loss where Jim Hackett looks at it and says he's gonna not make a change. ...
That's not based on anything I've been told... I think this game kinda, I think it does him in.
Tennessee scores with about 1:50 left. Down by 8 and still two timeouts. First onside kick Tennessee was offsides. Second onside kick Tennessee recovered but touched the ball after only 9.5 yards.
Butch Jones decides to challenge the ruling and loses a timeout. Missouri only has to snap the ball 3 times and they win. Dumb dumb dumb. Do not want.
Also was Pinkel ever a candidate back in 2007 or 2010? We might have screwed up not offering him. I think he could have been pretty good here.
This team has many flaws, all well-documented. I only watched the first quarter today, then followed the rest of the game online while attending a work function. Canteen's drop in the end zone after the fake punt just floored me. That pass was killer, and right in his wheelhouse, a sure TD. He's not the only one, Funchess looks like a prima donna out there. Wojo called Devon Gardner a "coach-killer" back in September, and I agree the INT's are just mind-numbing. But these guys have to catch the ball when it's right in their hands. Why don't they?
URL to Wojo's coumn for reference: http://www.detroitnews.com/story/sports/columnists/bob-wojnowski/2014/09/21/um-collapse-puts-hoke-dire-straits/15997401/
I hate this year but it's hate week. Go Blue! Beat OSU.