I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
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- 2011 - Wisconsin - Isaiah Lewis runs into punter Brad Nortman, nullifying a punt return to the Wisconsin 1 and clinching Sparty's loss
- 2009 - Central Michigan - Andrew Aguila kicks a game-winning FG after an MSU offsides gives him a second chance
- 2009 - Notre Dame - Larry Caper drops TD pass in end zone; Kyle McCarthy intercepts Kirk Cousins on next play
- 2009 - Iowa - With 0:02 left, Ricky Stanzi throws a TD pass to Marvin McNutt, four plays after defensive holding nullified an MSU INT
- 2007 - Wisconsin - Brett Swenson misses a game-tying FG with 3:23 remaining; Taylor Mehlhaff's made FG is MSU's margin of defeat
- 2007 - Iowa - Brian Hoyer throws a 6 yard route to Devin Thomas on 4th & 13 in 2OT (Drew Gardner makes the tackle)
- 2007 - Northwestern - Brian Hoyer throws 4 incompletions in OT after Omar Conteh's TD catch put MSU down 7
- 2007 - Michigan - Chad Henne overcomes a 10 point 4th quarter deficit with 2 TD passes in the final 6:47
- 2006 - Illinois - Sparty fights with the visitors when they try and plant a flag at midfield after winning on a Jason Reda FG
- 2006 - Notre Dame - Terrail Lambert's pick-six with 2:53 left caps off a comeback from a 17-point halftime deficit
- 2006 - Purdue - A Drew Stanton INT with 6:23 left sets up Casey Welch's game-winning FG
- 2005 - Ohio State - Stanton is sacked 4 times in the last 5 minutes after MSU falls behind on a Santonio Holmes TD
- 2005 - Michigan - John Goss misses a 37-yard FG in OT; Garrett Rivas responds with the winning kick
- 2004 - Hawai'i - Chad Owens's 4th TD catch from Timmy Chang puts the game away with 3:43 left
- 2004 - Michigan - Up 27-10 with 6:30 to go, MSU gives up 3 TD passes to Braylon Edwards, including the winner in 3OT
- 2002 - Purdue - Backup Kyle Orton's only pass is a game-winning 40-yard TD to John Standeford with 3:18 left
- 2002 - Notre Dame - Arnaz Battle turns a short crossing pass into a 60-yard TD with 1:19 left
- 2001 - Northwestern - John Schweighardt's 54-yard catch with :08 remaining sets up the game-winning FG after an MSU extra point is blocked
- 2001 - Minnesota - A Jeff Smoker INT at 1:26 cuts short any chance for an MSU comeback following TDs by Tellis Redmon and Marion Barber
- 2001 - Penn State - Deryck Toles stops Charles Rogers short on 4th-and-7 after MSU blows a 31-14 first half lead
- 2000 - Wisconsin - Jim Sorgi hits Lee Evans for a 45-yard TD with 29 seconds left in his first collegiate game
- 2000 - Iowa - Jon Beutjer's 43-yard TD pass with 2:47 left broke his team's 13 game losing streak
|34 weeks 4 days ago||Why are some players wearing matte helmets?||
Are they just wearing whatever they pulled out of storage first?
|1 year 1 week ago||So SCar will be about... 7 point favorites?||
I like those odds.
|1 year 44 weeks ago||I wasn't paying attention,||
I wasn't paying attention, what did Manningham do?
|1 year 49 weeks ago||Dear Mathlete, I am curious||
Dear Mathlete, I am curious for your opinion on Air Force's attempted 2-point conversion at the end of the Military Bowl. My superficial analysis tells me that the choice between going for two and kicking the extra point was probably pretty close - 2 point conversions appear to work in college around 43% of the time, whereas kicking the extra point probably had a 47%ish chance of winning the game (95% chance of making the XP times the 50% chance of winning in OT). But this doesn't take into account the chances of recovering an onside kick / quick score after the failed 2-point conversion, or the chances of Toledo scoring quickly after getting the ball back after the kickoff (there were 52 seconds left at the time of the 2-point try). I'd like to see you apply your considerable statistical knowledge to determining if Air Force made the objectively correct decision in going for two at the end.
|2 years 1 week ago||Cribbed from||
Cribbed from http://www.sporcle.com/games/schnoxl/sparty_no
|2 years 1 week ago||Yeah, Sagarin is actually voting us #23||
as previously mentioned. However at least we're higher than MSU (25) and Houston (26) although we're still lower than Baylor (7) and Georgia (11... wtf...)
|2 years 3 weeks ago||Lloyd Brady approves||
Lloyd Brady approves
|2 years 13 weeks ago||Didn't catch the fumble||
|2 years 14 weeks ago||(No subject)||
|2 years 46 weeks ago||So hopefully we can retire||
So hopefully we can retire our refrains of "STOP KICKING THE DAMN BALL"
|2 years 48 weeks ago||Then there’s another||
Yes I agree, either Auburn or Oregon could plausibly vie for a MNC today...
|3 years 2 weeks ago||I agree that joking about the||
I agree that joking about the Michigan defense is in poor taste
|3 years 6 weeks ago||double posted||
|3 years 6 weeks ago||10/25: 10/18: 10/11:||
|3 years 6 weeks ago||I agree Oregon should still be over Auburn||
While Cam Newton certainly impressed this last week, I don't think a fairly close victory over an overrated LSU (which was only undefeated due to Tennesee's even greater boobery) is worth a jump to #1. If we're going to lament that the BCS ignores margin of victory, it doesn't seem fair to basically ignore it in elevating Auburn - three of their wins have been by only three points! And their win over Clemson was in overtime to boot! Whereas Oregon has basically dismantled every team they've played, including the underrated Stanford (who, let's not forget, jumped out to an early huge lead before the Ducks decided to Get Serious).
|3 years 10 weeks ago||While UCLA certainly shouldn't be ranked||
You should also remember that UCLA's 4 opponents up to this point have a combined record of 14-2, and those 2 losses were both at the hands of UCLA.