i refuse to even consider this a possibility
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|2 years 44 weeks ago||True Dat!||
And, that contact with the crown previously mentioned is helmet to helmet. VS didn't put his head down . . . he got the top of the helmet right to the bottom of his face mask.
Let's just consider physics. VS's helmet goes flying . . . no debate there, right?
If it was due to the force of Clowney's hit it would have went sailing forward. And object in motion tends to stay in motion. Instead it goes flying up and backward due to the force of Clowney's helmet to helmet contact.
Again, I recognize that Michigan benefited from a previous spot that "gave" a first down.
I also recognize that Clowney is an incredible football player.
Notwithstanding the foregoing . . . that particular hit was illegal, those are the facts.
|2 years 44 weeks ago||Two Quick Points||
1. Clowney's hit was illegal -- PERIOD! Unfortunately, Michigan had just benefited from a terrible spot and would have turned the ball over on downs anyway.
2. We all love Jordan Kovacs and he had a heck-of-a Michigan career. But him getting caught, TWICE, looking into the backfield on plays in which his only real assignment was to prevent the deep ball is what cost Michigan the bowl game.
I recognize that 8011 people are going to have seizures and start blasting me -- but I speak the truth and stand by my statement.!