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|26 weeks 1 day ago||Pathetic Indeed.||
Thank you for posting this. I read all the write-ups of the game and they each seemed to gloos over this incident, which I thought was a pretty important part of the debacle.
I distinctly remember seeing Devin getting hit by the sideline and telling my wife "His helmet's off, he's gotta come out..."
Maybe this fact was harder to discern from the sideline, several feet away from the incident, (IRL) but Shane seemed pretty aware of what was going on, much more so than Bellamy....
I'm not a D1 coach by any means, but I can recognize incompetence when I see it. With all due respect to Russell Bellamy, my distrust of Hoke originated from the Nebraska game when Denard got injured a couple years ago. At the time Devin was a WR and Bellamy was inserted at QB, then proceeded to throw so many incomplete/intercepted passes, it was obvious to me (again a non-D1 coach) that the moment was too big for him.
I do have experience as a laborer and I know all about 'gutting it out.' Whether it's a lack of motivation, or a inability to gauge a person's desire to just sit down... There are times where it's best to give a guy a break. Whether or not he was sufficiently injured, both Bellamy then and Morris tonight, looked like they wanted to tap out. The fact that Brady refused to be mentally agile enough to recognize this just mystifies me.
To deny that it happened, or be so oblivious as to act like it was barely perceptible, just disgusts me.
|33 weeks 9 hours ago||Kidz Day||
85 degrees with 5 Dollar Water$. But the perfect enviroment to teach your daughter to love Meechigan.
|1 year 21 weeks ago||Holly was an idiot today`||
Or the interview with Denard when she couldn't seem to remember his last name.
"Last year's starter Denard, er"
|2 years 17 weeks ago||I'm all for tough love too||
Come on. Of all the Coach-speaking, that was the line that just drove me nuts. The Defence was put in every kind of bad situation and only allowed two field goals. No D in the world can be expected to take the field inside their own red zone and not surrender a field goal. That answer just made an obviously smart man sound stupid to me.
|2 years 17 weeks ago||Well actually||
Kinda sounded like there were a lot of linemen under a bus to me