-Koger/Webb/Grady had 4-5 drops together. That'll kill a drive easier than any other.
-Denard had two possessions concluding with two turnovers. He is a freshman, but one drive had a Koger drop and a missed 12 men on the field penalty.
-Brandon Graham's blocked punt: how many times have you seen a blocked punt start to roll back upfield? He scoops that up for 6, and that game could've been a lot closer. Instead we fumble it away.
- The short series that caused a safety. 'Nuff said.
- Tate spiking with 13 seconds left in the 2nd QT? Put one in the end-zone, give yourself a chance guys.
- Anyone else's heart stop a beat when Hemingway and Warren collided?
- Kevin Leach's knee hits the punter's toe and gets called for "roughing."
I love Rich Rodriguez. But I'm going to ask this question: is he too stubborn of a coach? While I think he's got a great offensive mind and is a pretty good game tactician, it seems like issues regarding personnel and mental mistakes he's unwilling to take responsibility for. That's not an accusation, but just an honest question. You can only blame dropped balls, fumbles, and botched snaps on the players for so long, right? We've been making those mistakes since he's arrived...is that really just the young players, or could he be doing something differently?