the just released schedules were a flat-out statement that the B10 doesn't believe SOS will matter in playoff selection
One Frame At A Time: Nebraska
Hey, how was your weekend? Oh, right. Same here.
At least this is a Michigan blog and not a Michigan/Tigers one—I think we'd be in full post-Horror kittens mode right now. Except with more Tim McCarver. Pass the cyanide, please.
[The rest of the TOTALLY FUN gifs after THE JUMP.]
There were two very close calls in the game worth taking a look at again. First, Roy Roundtree's overturned catch from the first half:
When I saw it live, I thought that was a play that relied entirely on the call on the field—either way, there wouldn't be enough evidence to overturn. My opinion hasn't changed.
The call on the first Russell Bellomy interception, however, appeared correct at first view and stands up to the gif test:
P.J. Smith probably hit every green light on his drive home, but Russell Bellomy tackled him on his doorstep; Bellomy then threw his wallet, containing six different forms of identification, directly to a police officer.
Despite the entirely depressing nature of the game, the defense was a bright spot, and Craig Roh stood out most of all:
Maybe don't block him with a running back next time.
Finally, I'll close with this:
I feel you, man.