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- Do you believe there will be a Big Ten Hockey conference? Will it be limited to the six Big Ten schools or will they add Miami (OH), Notre Dame, etc.?
- Does the prospect of Big Ten hockey make MGoBloggers happy or sad?
- What is the state of prep hockey in Penn State's "natural" recruiting territory on the East Coast?
- How tough is it to get hockey tickets at UM and MSU? Will I need to buy them in advance or are they typically available at the gate?
|47 weeks 4 days ago||Heck, we barely recruited ARob!||
He was a Rob Bolden's favorite receiver in high school and might have been a two-for-one package.
Now Bolden can't even make the four-deep at LSU!
|47 weeks 4 days ago||That's our brave new world...||
nine conference games for everyone.
|47 weeks 4 days ago||I've been crazy busy this month...||
So I didn't get a chance to post before the game.
I worked all day Saturday and didn't even start watching the game until about 10 PM. (Thank you, TiVo!)
|47 weeks 5 days ago||M-Wolverine, Penn State and Michigan haven't played since 2010||
Why would I have posted in 2011 or 2012 when Penn State didn't play Michigan?
|47 weeks 5 days ago||The Cowboy Classic is probably correct.||
Penn State has a "vs. LSU" in 2020, I assume it's the same thing, though nothing has been announced.
|47 weeks 5 days ago||See my post below...||
It has a working link to the Big Ten composite schedule.
|47 weeks 5 days ago||2020 and beyond||
There are some interesting games in the out years on the Big Ten schedule...
|1 year 16 weeks ago||Great interview, thanks!||
When will Part 2 be posted?
|3 years 45 weeks ago||Harbaugh?||
Is Harbaugh a realistic option for Michigan if they give RichRod the heave-ho? I've long assumed that Harbaugh had burned too many bridges with his comments about UM academics with regards to athletes.
I have more than a passing interest in this issue, as it's looking increasingly likely that Penn State's season finale against Michigan State will be JoePa's last home game. (And thankfully the end of our fake season-ending "rivalry" with Little Brother!) Harbaugh has been mentioned as a possible successor.
I'd love to have Harbaugh as Penn State's next coach, but I fear his aspirations are the NFL.
|3 years 45 weeks ago||The saving grace here is||
You are correct, sir, that was Royster.
I'm looking forward to the UFR. Not in a bragging way, but because I don't have the expertise to break down the game (I'm just a fan) and appreciate those who can.
|3 years 45 weeks ago||Big Ten Hockey?||
I'm excited about Penn State making the move to varsity hockey. A few questions:
Thanks in advance.
|3 years 51 weeks ago||I remain skeptical about a||
For the record, aside from Wisconsin, there aren't many 320+ O-linemen starting for Big Ten teams. One each for Penn State and Ohio State, none for Little Brother.
|3 years 51 weeks ago||Nice analysis||
Thanks, Brian, nice analysis. I wish a Penn State blogger did game breakdowns like you do on MGoBlog.
The UM-PSU game should be interesting. I have to say, I'm now a believer in Robinson. He showed incredibly quick feet last year, but his passing...did I mention his incredibly quick feet? What a difference a year makes!
The jury is still out on your defense, as noted in your analysis, but we have a true freshman QB. At least the game is at Beaver Stadium.
Again, nice job of breaking down this play. I'm jealous of your skills.
|4 years 29 weeks ago||Terrific reporting in||
Terrific reporting in interviewing Compliance Guy. Great post, very informative.
Possibly a reduction of around three scholarships for a year or two.
Which means you'll probably be able to recruit the full 25 for a couple consecutive years after that to reload.
|4 years 43 weeks ago||Thanks, Tim||
|4 years 43 weeks ago||Robert Bolden||
Tim, have you seen Robert Bolden in your travels? Was wondering your impressions of what we're getting. Thanks!
|4 years 44 weeks ago||Go Navy!||
So we've got that going for us, which is nice.
|4 years 44 weeks ago||Nike calls new F$U uniforms Pro Combat||
Nike calls the new F$U uniforms "Pro Combat." Which is pretty interesting considering they were designed for neither professionals nor combat.
Thank God for Joe Paterno: No names, black shoes, and basic blues. Now and forever. (Amen.)
|4 years 45 weeks ago||Thanks for clarifying||
My bad, thanks for clarifying.
|4 years 46 weeks ago||Disagree about Tate||
I don't think Tate was "terrible." We harassed him pretty good and the drops by your receivers (of which there were many) are not his fault.
|4 years 46 weeks ago||I disagree, it should have been called||
The refs had a tough game. In addition to the plays Brian mentioned there was the ridiculous holding call on Navorro Bowman (which made up for an uncalled horse collar tackle by Josh Hull on the same play, just before the Robinson pick) and the silly stoppage of the clock late in the first half.
Agree that the bad calls had no impact on the outcome, just like they didn't during a couple of blowouts during your winning streak against us.
|4 years 46 weeks ago||Two-time football letterman||
I earned two letters as a member of my college football team. (Division III school.)
|4 years 46 weeks ago||Good one!||
I bet Wallace faced some consequence from the coaches, or was at least talked to about this.
"A.J., please don't shove our opponents into their teammates from ten full yards away." LOL!
|4 years 46 weeks ago||Wallace has played enough||
Wallace has played enough football to know that if he shoved Warren he would fall and collide with Hemmingway, who was defenseless. Wallace intentionally extended his arms and shoved Warren. This play is virtually certain to end in a collision with a defenseless player.
Please stop, you're embarrassing yourself. It was "virtually certain to end in a collision"??? They were ten freaking yards apart! You'd have a case if Warren was ten feet from Hemingway, but ten yards? Absurd.
|4 years 46 weeks ago||Who's complaining?||
I showed this to an Aggie (Texas A&M) and his first reaction was much the same as PSU boy - he said "he was 15 yards away!" but then we watched it again and Warren gets shoved at the 20 and hits Hemingway at the 13 - not exactly 15 yards.
You can't look at where they hit, because Hemingway was moving forward to close the gap. Look where they are when Wallace shoved Warren--it was ten yards.
I agree with Brian in that this should be a rule change - under the current rules it's not a penalty but the possibility for injury is obviously very high - hopefully the NCAA rules committee will look at this in the offseason.
Zero chance. The current rulebook will also be used in 2010. The earliest a change can be made is after next season, for the 2011-12 rulebook. How do you propose the rule should read?
As an aside - it's shocking to me that a PSU fan could complain about Special Teams anything after that 15 yard penalty for barely touching the punters toe.
Who's complaining? (Besides RichRod?)
|4 years 46 weeks ago||Agree, Brian didn't say it was dirty||
Brian didn't say it was dirty, but some commenters did.
|4 years 46 weeks ago||Nice sig.||
Nice sig--something we can all agree on!
|4 years 46 weeks ago||Results-oriented thinking||
"Even if it wasn't dirty, it was dangerous..."
This is results-oriented thinking. Warren and Hemingway were TEN YARDS APART. It's not like they were on top of each other an contact was inevitable.
On a percentage basis, how many times does a guy get shoved into someone else from ten yards away? One time in a thousand? One time in ten thousand?
|4 years 46 weeks ago||Have you watched the replay?||
Have you watched the replay?
|4 years 46 weeks ago||Have you guys had many bad-weather games?||
"I am wondering if the weather has a greater affect on noobs than experienced teams. Specifically, I wonder if both Forcier's passing and some of the receiving corps (and even Denard, with fumble and interceptions, and the kick/punt returners) were affected greatly by a wet slippery football."
I guess Penn State is getting used to it, as we seem to play in the rain every week. No turnovers against Michigan and Minnesota after a dozen in our first six games.