Mike Lantry, 1972
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|2 weeks 1 day ago||The problem with...||
much of the conjecture in this thread, at least with respect to PED's and some other illicit substances, is that the B10 did, in fact, test everyone on the travelling roster for the B10 Title game (including Bullough)...That was how Spence got his 3-game suspension for, as he essentially put it, "getting slipped a micky!"
|4 weeks 4 days ago||Good ol' Sam...||
True blue right to the bitter end!
|5 weeks 1 day ago||Isn't Mattison something like...||
2-10 for his career when coaching against MSU? If Narduzzi was smart, he'd have quipped, "Not at all, in fact you could probably get something out of this too..."
|5 weeks 3 days ago||According to the police report...||
and multiple first-hand accounts Lewan's actions were as follows:
Lewan attempted to contact the alleged victim, when in front of multiple witnesses (including teammates of his) he accosted a group of women, which he believed contained the alleged, while saying, "is this the girl, is this the girl?" And then making a crude and tasteless comment after finding out that the alleged wasn't in the group.
Lewan, while speaking to a friend of the alleged victim's, asked if the alleged intended to press charges, and warned that if she did, he'd rape her because Gibbons didn't.
|5 weeks 4 days ago||You're wrong both with||
You're wrong both with respect to what I initially asserted, and Lewan's role in the incident. Taylor Lewan did, in fact, attempt to contact the victim; but mistakenly contacted the victim's friend (who apparently was in possession of her (the victim's) phone), and made that rather disgusting threat. The friend relayed, to police, the nature of that threat, which was also subsequently corroborated by some of Lewan's own teammates - at least one of which, also happened to be a friend of the alleged victim. Lewan was then ordered to not have any further contact with the parties in question.
|5 weeks 5 days ago||Question for the Section...||
Ignoring Gibbons and his situation for a moment, since I'd agree, ultimately we have no idea what occurred on the night in question...How do folks rationalize supporting Taylor Lewan?
Because in Lewan's case, we do know a few details...He did attempt to contact the alleged victim, (instead got her friend) as there was a record of the call...That person asserts that he threatened the alleged victim (believing it was her he was speaking with)...We know multiple teammates of Lewan's corroborated the friend's account.
That was always the most troubling element of the story, from my perspective...At least in terms of the things we can essentially prove actually occurred.
|6 weeks 2 days ago||That is actually some...||
stone cold fiction.
|8 weeks 2 days ago||Wouldn't mind getting a little more "hands on"||
with Kiffin's wife...
|8 weeks 5 days ago||Actually most playoff hypotheticals...||
Had the 4 team field as: FSU, Auburn, 'Bama and MSU. And the final pre-bowl BCS rankings also happened to be in that order - not that that would be determinative. That said, I think that's most likely how the field would have rounded out.
|12 weeks 9 hours ago||Ding ding ding...||
We have a winner!
Well put, blueblueblue.
|13 weeks 7 hours ago||That's not grounded in reality...||
Here's the bottom line on that game: 1 of the pass interferences was absolutely correct; the 1 defensive holding was absolutely correct; 1 of the pass interferences was a 50/50 call; and 2 of them were absolutely poor calls - and there isn't a lot of wiggle room on that. The announcers (ND's crew) saw/said it, Mike Perreira tweeted about it, analysts commented on it ex post facto - and they were all in agreement - there were some really bad calls against MSU that day...It is what it is, and what it is in this case, is that MSU was a bad call (or suspect play call on the wr reverse toss) away from probably playing for a national title...
Don't worry, you won't self-immolate if you admit it...
|13 weeks 8 hours ago||Why is that funny?||
It very well may be true.
|13 weeks 11 hours ago||I'm guessing that moral "high ground"||
Was more than ceded following the Final Four Hoops run last year...
|13 weeks 5 days ago||The real kicker...||
is that, according to the NCAA Rulebook , you can make a pretty strong argument, that by virtue of Braxton MIller leaving the team area, and joining into the fracas, and due to the fact that he wasn't sanctioned in the game itself, he should have received further punishment.
Bottom line, for a league that LOVES to trumpet how different it is from the other BCS Conferences (particularly the SEC) Delany and company have really dropped the ball on this one...And whenyou factor in the Tat 5...Well, best case it looks sketchy, worst case, abjectly hypocritical.
|14 weeks 6 days ago||Having a hard time looking at that GIF...||
and not assuming that that man is yelling, "There's always money in the banana stand!!!"
|17 weeks 1 day ago||Perhaps not a popular assertion around here...||
But today's game had the feel of MSU going 2-0 against us in 2013. You could see it in Nebraska's defensive approach, and perhaps as importantly, you could see it in Devin Gardner's eyes. At the slightest appearance of pressure, his vision focused immediately and myopically on his immediate vicinity (as in, no longer down field). That was a gun-shy quarterback out there today, and frankly, I'm not altogether sure I blame him.
|17 weeks 6 days ago||I don't understand where this notion that...||
what Lewan did wasn't as bad (simply in terms of the helmet twist) as Gholston's. I've watched both about a half dozen times now, and frankly, I think both are equally reprehensible and "violent".
I'm also part of the crowd that doesn't think he should be suspended for that action, even when taken within the larger context of what was a pretty douchey game from Lewan. I also find it absolutely laughable that some morons on here would actually defend his actions by citing the 2011 game. Seriously? If that was the case, or a legitimate rationale at all (it isn't), then last year was the occasion to "make your statement"...You know, when the guy that perpetrated most of the questionable 2011 plays from MSU was still on the god damn field!!! What a joke.
There's no question that Lewan has a very suspect reputation around the conference, and that he loves to get his paws inside the face masks of opposing d-linemen...There's also some pretty good youtube footage floating around the internets, with him engaging in a few other suspect activities (including a chest stomp against IU) that I'm surprised didn't garner more attention.
|19 weeks 3 days ago||Devil's advocate...||
In that ND game, at least 3 of the PI calls against MSU were in fact, terrible calls.
|19 weeks 4 days ago||I'm guessing he's just thankful...||
That both of his eyes are still functioning...
And depressed that somebody still recognized him after his haircut...
|23 weeks 3 days ago||Bama wanted to shift both games to neutral sites...||
MSU said no. Now we'll just have to wait and see if Dantonio calls them chickens...
|30 weeks 4 days ago||Wolvin is right. Cole is an||
Wolvin is right. Cole is an MSU lean presently. As more than a few folks have pointed out though, it's a long way to February of 2015...
|31 weeks 3 days ago||Hope it works out...||
better than this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSPVSjqxZec
|33 weeks 4 days ago||So who is going to get the jump...||
on a "OT...Keith Olberman fired by ESPN...Again." thread?
|37 weeks 2 days ago||Slightly less abject than...||
L'eau de Shembo...
|51 weeks 2 days ago||Threads like these are lovely attempts||
to rationalize a suspect result. Bottom line, this loss has less to do with legitmizing a potential conditioning concern; and more to do with the fact that the likelihood of seeing a similarly situated/talented team in round 2, and a 1 seed directly after that, just increased dramatically.
|1 year 1 week ago||I know who won't be!||
|1 year 2 weeks ago||To be honest,||
I think they're essentially right. My initial reaction was similar to Vitale's...But later in the broadcast, ESPN put both "groinings" on back to back; and in my opinion - Zeller was executing a little gamesmanship 101.
Just too much evidence works against Zeller...His hand is on the inside of Nix', as such, if Nix had originated the force, Zeller's hand/arm wouldn't follow it to the target, certainly not simultaneously. And check our Nix' hand/arm, it's completely limp at the onset, and the way the wrist bends initially suggests that it's being pulled, imo. And while some folks like to compliment the "acting job" Zeller executed, ESPN had a great baseline look (behind the play) and the shocked look Nix gives TV Teddy right after it happened, it was all, "What the hell is this moron trying to pull!"
The most interesting aspect, imo, is that I was convinced that the first incident was simply a basketball play, wrong place wrong time...Now I'm less certain.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Actually they shot below||
Actually they shot below their season % from 3...Well below their B10 %.
|1 year 6 weeks ago||Turgeon eh...||
Yeah...I'd submit that the blame probably doesn't lie there...Unless that January 16th loss is carrying some major hangover...
|1 year 26 weeks ago||That sounds like a dangerous||
That sounds like a dangerous and haphhazard approach to the game...