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: Northwestern
Note: Trying a new style with these gifs posts—aside from the first image, you will need to click on the stills to open the animated gifs in a "lightbox" (like the videos in UFRs). This should alleviate most of the bandwith issues.
Within mere seconds of Pat Fitzgerald's reaction to getting the fourth-quarter late hit call on Trevor Siemian, my Twitter timeline flooded with requests for a gif. I was still working, however, and in the meantime the indispensable Tim Burke (@bubbaprog) captured the moment. If you're looking for the straightforward gif, click there. If you'd like to know the real reason why Fitzgerald was so damn excited, look no further:
[COME ON DOWN below THE JUMP for the rest of this week's gifs.]
Devin Gardner showed once again that he's a pretty decent athlete, too, scoring Michigan's first touchdown after laying out for the pylon (remember, click the image for the full gif):
This sparked another Denard/Devin dap gif:
Northwestern was able to score just before the half, and Pat Fitzgerald's celebration sensei was revealed:
In the second half, Devin Funchess did Devin Funchess things:
And then, of course, all HAM broke loose. Here's the broadcast angle of Roy Roundtree's catch:
Kenny Demens ended it with a crushing hit on 4th and 2. Broadcast view:
And replays from all angles, including Coyote-vision:
Brady Hoke was pleased:
Will Hagerup, Gif Legend, perhaps even moreso:
Other than the above, though, that sure was a boring November football game.