implying raping them or are you making light of the rape accusation? Not sure why this meme is continuing....
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I took that he was implying he was having a good time with a brunette. He thinks about them, and he had fun with one last night...... sad that your first thought was rape.
gibbons was accused of rape his freshman year. no charges were filed, but, they often aren't in cases involving athletes. see: winston, jameis
regardless, it does make you question his famous 'brunette girls' remark made in the 2011 season.
I was there and saw it plain as day. Clark made a gesture with his hand (honestly I don't know what it was meant to convey) at yelled something. The official was right there and threw the flag after the hand gesture stopped.
Deveon pancakes a guy and they called it holding. His hands were inside and he just drove him into the ground. Matter of fact, the ohio player actually pulled Deveon down onto him.
DG's knee was definitely down. Frank Clarck's penalty was straight trash. And ohio's "great" o line was fucking holding the ends all day long.
Some of the missed holding calls were the most egregious too me. Don't remember the exact drive, but late in the game, Ohio State got away with a really blatant one a play or two before a Braxton TD. Since we couldn't stop their offense, those hurt more than anything else in my opinion.
They definitely got away holding on their drive before halftime - it was pretty blatant.
The Gardner "fumble" is the one that sticks in my craw the most though. OK, refs are going to miss plays here and there, but how the replay booth get it wrong?
Yeah, Wormley was held badly allowing Miller to get the edge on his second TD run.
I was in section 12 row 52 and I could see blatant holding all day long as miller would escape...not being a crybaby (maybe a little) but shit! What a crock. The hold on the long return by norfleet was also complete bullshit.
You were 7 rows in front of me. Were those a single game purchase or your season tickets?
There was fairly blatant holding by both lines, along with a couple of Kalis blocks in the back that weren't called. The refs were blind to both sides.
I have two questions also. 1) Wasn't Wile recruited as a place kicker? The commentators kept calling him "the punter." I know he punted this season because of Hagerup's suspension, but I thought he was recruited as a place kicker. Which leads me to question 2) if we kick a field goal instead of going for it and not converting on the 4th down play, I think in the 4th quarter, do we win this game? I feel like we may have left points on the field and I'm not sure if it's because we were being aggressive or if it's because they don't think Wile can kick a 30 yard field goal.
Wile has the leg to kick from well over 30 yards. His issue today was everything was going left. When he came out after half time he couldn't make anything long. I wonder if part of the issue is that he has been working so hard on kicking into the left corner of the endzone on kickoffs that it has messed with his mechanics. I honestly believe that more than anything else, his issues in warmups are why Hoke didn't want to kick FGs today.
So your sequence of events involves Hoke calling a timeout for no reason, watching Wile miss after the whistle, and then deciding to kick having called a timeout, and then Wile actually making it.
Wile also almost missed a few extra points.
If Gibbons is there, perhaps Hoke just lets Brandon kick the FG.
I think it's reasonable to assume that hearing a whistle in the middle of approaching a kick may affect a kicker's concentration. I'm not saying Wile would have made it, but we can't assume that it would have been missed if the play had been allowed to go on.
I don't know if you were at the game or not Magnus, but Wile was shanking FGs during pregame and at halftime. EVERYTHING he kicked was going left. I'm guessing that played into the decision to not have him kick.
It was what, five minutes after a brawl erupted due to trash talking? Refs gotta maintain control of the game.
And Miller grabbing his facemask at the time was just a friendly 'hi there' that doesn't warrant a penalty? Typically physical extracurriculars are frowned on more than verbal ones.