that the most nuclear game in the last decade of Michigan football occurred while I was doing the 2nd-half PlayByPlay in the liveblog.
MGoPodcast 5.7: CHAOSGAME
Somebody try to cover Jeremy Gallon just so we can figure out if that's even possible. Actually, don't. Play action from under center and running from the shotgun, welcome to 2011.
Tempo tempo tempo. Will the real Ray Taylor please stand up? Can Channing Stribling remain part of this dimension for ten seconds at a time? Am I terrified of losing a game to Indiana in the near future?
TALKING BIG TEN WITH JAMIEMAC
We call Jamie a dork because this is Indiana week, but we love him all the same. Michigan State's offense comes back to earth. OSU fends off Iowa. Darrell Hazell as MAC Coach Du Jour.
"Across 110th Street."
"Jimmy The Exploder," The White Stripes
"Sacrilege," Yeah Yeah Yeahs
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Bradley Robey deserved to get kicked out, at least by the rules. He first launched himself. Second, his helmet hit the Iowa player in the face mask (both up high and in the head). In fact, it's a textbook ruling.
You may argue that whatever rule leads to Robey's ejection in that play is a wrong rule, but rule was correctly applied.
Targeting ejections are ridiculous if you ask me. Refs could purposely alter the outcome of a game with the power they've been given. And they are taking full advantage of that power.
Instead of an automatic ejection, they should throw a flag and if they feel the tackle was egregious, they can review it and THEN eject the player. What's with this "you're guilty until proven innocent" nonsense?
Bradley should have to follow the rules ultimately it affects his own personality.But this match was very interesting and full of temptation.