Finally got the mgoblue player to work so I could download and embed these. Latest torrent ETA is 3pm Eastern Sunday.
NBC Sports highlights (obvious ND bias):
You can not simulate speed!!
to simulate what it was like on the radio, when suddenly it's over! Like it ended too soon or something, did he get there already?
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You can not simulate speed!!!
Best Quote of the day
Last year, but his 87 yd play looked similar
I'm looking forward to the rest of the season and two more years of this.
It's kinda funny how Denard waltzes into the endzone and then finally, after about 5 seconds, Roundtree shows up.
Everybody do yourself a favor and watch that "NBC Michigan Notre Dame Recap" vid in the OP. Skip to 1:43 to Denard's 87 yd run, and watch Patrick Omameh's block on Manti Teo. Snap is at the 13, Omameh releases to the second level and makes contact at the 16, blows Teo 7 yards back, and pancakes at the 23. It is truly beautiful to watch.
I love me some pancakes. Like this dude in Fargo.
That was absolute domination by Omameh there. As I mentioned last night in another thread, not only does he pancake Te'o -- he drives him so far downfield that he also takes out the weakside safety running over (who might've been the only guy w/an angle to tackle Denard, or at least force him to change direction). And then Roundtree blows up the other safety with a textbook cut block; Molk sealed off the DT w/a perfect reach block, Koger and Dorrestein did well... lots of heroes on that play.
Nice. I hadn't noticed that until you pointed it out. That reminds me of that scene in "the blind side" when he lays that block and throws the guy out the back of the endzone.
... was the way he passes the CB at about the 50 yard line. It looks like ND #2 Darrin Walls is running in slow motion.
Did you notice how long it takes for the rest of the team to catch up to Denard in the endzone?
How good to have the flagship radio call instead of the Tom Hammond blather.
You can't simulate speed; you really can't contain Dilithium.
I timed the 87 yard TD run, from the time Denard hits the 10 yard line, until he runs to the end zone, it took him 10 seconds flat. That includes him waiting for blocks.
His 87-yard touchdown run in the second quarter was the longest by any player in Notre Dame Stadium history.