so much for that
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|3 years 33 weeks ago||Homers||
Agreed, CPS. You can throw objectivity out the window for most college football fans. It is largely an emotional experience. Case in point: on that Donovan Warren interception late in the Indiana game, if the roles were reversed and Indiana made that pick to ice the game, would most UM fans think it was a good call?
|3 years 33 weeks ago||Clausen||
Haters hate Clausen's celebrating because he's good and let's face it, a white guy just doesn't look as cool doing the head nod. Dude can ball and MIGHT be a good pro. I don't think he can hold McCoy or Bradford's jocks though. The celebrating is a homer thing. Most of us love it when Tate does it. But Jimmah doesn't taunt or celebrate when he throws an incompletion, which is the equivalent of what Boo Boo does when a receiver ten feet in front of him drops the ball.