Not a lot of big ones...besides SC/Ducks...and wow The Vols are 4-6 this season? that is sad
that makes one of us
and the fighting houston nutts throw a pick 6 within 30 secs of the game starting.
Let's go SC!!!
But KSU-Texas could be a lot of fun, if the way the Wildcats finish games lately is any indication.
ND vs BC is a mess. I still want them to win out, which would give Stanford two losses.
i forgot about the Texas/Kstate game, i was to busy laughing at ole Miss throwing a pick 6 28 secs into the game.
I know we dont want to talk about RR here, but he would be an idiot to even consider that job. It's a no win situation.
Was Vincent Smith injured today? I was at game today and didn't see my man Vincent Smith at all.
Was wondering the same thing. I'm a big fan a Vincent's running, like when he gets 5-10 carries as a kind of change of pace back. Hopefully he'll be back next week
Touchdown BC! Down by 3 with 1:57 left
I know this is totally untreated, but has anyone heard any new rumblings on Gunner Keil? I read a recent thread on Twitter suggesting that he should be considered a strong Michigan lean. The person said that he's close to Keil's family and that his preference is to stay in the big ten, thus giving Michigan an advantage over ND. This could be old info, but just curious as to what others may have heard regarding him...
You sure your source is credible? Last we heard Gunner didn't want to come here because of the competiton with both the QB's already here and Shane Morris
was going to wait until his season was over, which is now since East lost last night to Indianapolis Cathedral in semi-state.
We can probably change the tagline on the site from the Fightin' John Waynes thing can't we?
all the internet meme signs during gameday?
It's a good thing for them that the season is almost over; I'll be shocked if next week on CGD there aren't a myriad of signs saying, "ahh, fuck it!"
speaking of state finals...congrats to Coach Wilcher and Cass Tech for making it to the state title game this year.
LSU/Ole Miss - Why on earth would Ole Miss call a jet sweep from their 1 yard line?
I'm gonna guess because Nutt doesn't really care anymore. figures might as we have some fun with some bad play calls to end my run at Ole Miss.
I love ACC refs. They make every ACC game an adventure.
I like Oregon's mouthguards. Every team should have appropriately colored wax lips.
So how is it possible that Oregon can have the 3 Heat players and Chris Paul at the game without it being a recruiting violation. This is crazy, especially seeing as how they are play SC which stopped letting Will Farrel on the sidelines because they thought it cpuld be a recruiting violation. I can understand former players, but not random celebrities (I guess this includes Russel Crow, but he did give the ore-game speech so that's probably an exception). I just don't know how they can get away with this.
That is not really close. Fumble.
Gosh, those USC cheerleaders are...... eh.. fvck it.
Wow...Oregon is playing defense now? Good for them.
Cheering for UVa and USC. A Virginia win setting up a de facto divisional title game with Va Tech next week would breathe some life into that rivalry.
As much as it would leave MaizeAndBlueWahoo ripping his garments in two, I think Mike London would be a near perfect fit for Penn State.
There would in fact be gnashing of teeth and rending of garments, but I don't see that ever happening.
He's still one burnt Chip on the sideline.
EDIT: Even the field judge had trouble believing the futility of that punt.
Touchdown USC! A beautiful throw by Barkley.
I like Barkley better than Luck...not sure why though. But I just do....I think he has just as much of a chance to make a huge NFL career as Luck does.
Probably everyone doesn't discuss Barkley as the greatest QB ever.
I see the Oregon Raiders are making another appearance.
Thomas lost about two miles on that sack.
Chip, 4th and 8? Screen pass? Really?
That intentional grounding call in the SC game was bogus. Didn't we just go over in a thread that the rule states the QB must be judged to be throwing the ball to avoid an immenent loss of yardage by tackle? There was no sack coming. Bad call.
That might be the worst intentional grounding call I've ever seen. (USC/Oregon)
In the Pac-12, the receiver must be right there at that moment or it is intentional grounding. The bar on that call seems rather low here.
How long has Reed been at Florida State now? I feel like he was part of the 1999 National Championship team..
Robert Woods is a beast...extremely tough match up.
Do tipped passes fall under the Infield Fly Rule too?
of the Oregon-USC game - it makes the ducks look like bugs. Losing bugs.
That's Sandusky play right there.
is looking very stoppable right now. It is yet another example of how a well coached team with good athletes can stifle this offense/
....your receiving corps makes it a point to run straight into the other team's interior line. That's for certain.
You can offer that retort once Oregon hits 30, but not after one TD.
The thing I disagree with is your utterly ridiculous idea that when a good defense stops a spread offense it means the spread is bad. No one says the pro-style is dead when they get shutdown.
Your strawman is burning.
It is yet another example of how a well coached team with good athletes can stifle this offense.
Your use of "this offense". Considering that a well coached team with good athletes can stop any offense, you didn't need to single out this style.
Which offense out there is completely immune to being stopped by well-coached teams with good athletes?