He definitely doesn't have the speed that Denard does.
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He definitely doesn't have the speed that Denard does.
Whoever said that Braxton Miller is as fast as Denard is a moron. He just caught by 3 different Huskers.
To be fair, the move he put on the MLB was absolutely sick.
I think he does have a little more jiggle to him and may be harder to bring down. Definitely not as fast though.
If my wife looks like Alex Flanagan when she's that age I will not be disappointed.
Pretty funny that Meyer has them wasting time learning a stupid pre-game clapping BS routine. Also, they're fucked if Miller is seriously injured.
Martinez pulling his best Denard against ND impression right now? Has at least one more pick to go I believe.
Taylor gonna Martinez
Martinez threw an awesome pass....to Roby. Braxton Miller is back in the game, and promptly makes Nebraska pay for its attempt at short pass innovation. 21-17 Ohio.
Nebraska is such a bipolar team. Sometimes they look downright scary and other times, their defense is getting torched and Martinez is throwing really bad interceptions.
Should be interesting game in Lincoln
I wonder if it will come down to an Ugly Interception Contest.
Is 1st and 10 just not good enough for Nebraska? Does Martinez prefer the challenge of 1st down and 20?
That being said, what was nearly a perfect pass to Kenny Bell was marred by penalties...but thanks to Christian Bryant, Nebraska has superb field position.
Christian Bryant, such a dirty face mask tackle, similar to the gholston-denard play
There's the OSU tackling we love, TD Nebraska.
A Big 12 game is breaking out in Columbus.
Nothing like that solid B1G defense... 45 combined points before the half
It really is sad isn't it?
... Has some discipline problems. This I like to see.
That face mask penalty was nasty. Nearly pulled a gholston.
It's like a game from 1975.
What a sloppy fucking game.
This is like Michigan messing with its own brand and getting rid of the winged helmet for a game. It just seems absolutely idiotic.
Wow, not the best defense for Brasky out of their timeout.
Funny how Golson for ND is out for a rules violation but he sits out for one drive and then he is in the rest of the game.
Thats ND for ya.
How does every team play their worst game against ND? That has always bugged me. Yea, their defense forces errors. But teams also make more unforced errors against the Irish than at any other time in their season. Miami has dropped 14-21 points that have been right in receivers hands. Then there was the botched roughing the punter call that got the ND offense going in the first place. OU and USC should both be able to pass all over ND, but I feel like they will both pull major derps.
Because ytm blows?
Michigan also played easily their worst game against ND. And Miami has not been dropping these passes all year. Morris has been setting ACC records for passing, but all of a sudden the passes are all being dropped.
Nebraska still playing Big 12 defense. OSU not far behind.
I see this game ending like our 2000 game with Northwestern score wise. Somewhere around 54-51.
Dear Al Borges...I hope you're watching OSU/Nebraska
We HAVE to steal that QB Counter that OSU is running with Miller. It's just like that delayed HB counter that MSU and ND love to run, but just don't give it to the RB, use him as a lead blockers and led Denard run the whole counter.
Husker defense is not good
Anyone else catch the a-state reference by musberger in the Georgia game.
Big win for Michigan, and my Gamecocks are putting a smack-down on Georgia. Just beautiful!
Looks like Texas just blinked. All WV has to do is keep scoring TDs and they pretty much can't lose.
Wow Texas. Going for it on fourth and a mile with over half a quarter left? Sounds like they don't have much faith in their D.
Not only was that almost certainly the right play but I'd be tempted to try a couple of random onside kicks in every game against WV. The value of a possession is very high in those games (they and their opponents are averaging about 4.5 points per drive)--flipping possession just once could be a game changer.
To answer Kirk's question, this SC game reminds me of Michigan-PSU 97. Supposed to be a great game between top teams. It wasn't.
Georgia over-rated or South Carolina that dominate?
I sure as hell wouldn't want to play SC, I'll tell you that much. Do they play Bama this year?
LSU and then Florida. Both away games. Going to be tough.
Still a ways to go and they'll need to get past Florida, but probably.
average vs Mizzou. The only UGA game I watched.
South Carolina that dominate
Y U NO USE RIGHT WORD?
Grammer police! So sorry. I hope I didn't offend thee.
in college football outside of a few schools makes me sad
You could say the same thing about kicking. As Texas misses a field goal.
There's some weird things going on in the Texas/WVU game. Seriously, what just happened the past 3 minutes?
That thing where they snap the ball to someone who drops the ball onto his foot and kicks it down the field? It's called a punt.
What? They still haven't done that? Never mind then....
West Virginia in conference play has forced more turnovers than punts, they've had more turnovers than punts, they've made more fourth down stops than they've forced punts, they've gone for fourth down more times than they've punted.
I wonder if this will ever become normal?
Miami is not a good team.
We have the best defense in the Big Ten.