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|6 days 21 hours ago||No||
It shows players are forced to sit on the bench for a much larger amount of time due to auto-bench than due to fouling out.
|2 weeks 6 days ago||I always assumed it was moved||
I always assumed it was moved to drive, or at least retain, cable subscription. After all, if you need cable to watch certain can't-miss events, you're more likely to pay for cable. The TV execs didn't care if it had marginally fewer viewers because any lost advertising revenue was made up in cable fees, and the sports execs don't care because they were getting paid either way. Or at least the sports execs didn't care until cord cutters caused the ratings to drop so much that ESPN and company aren't going to pay as much anymore.
|10 weeks 3 hours ago||Yes, a couple years ago||
Yes, a couple years ago
|10 weeks 22 hours ago||This probably won't be||
This probably won't be popular because MSU, but I think the Jack Allen one has to win. Watching him just throw away the linebacker like he's a child sets it apart from the rest.
|10 weeks 6 days ago||No||
|12 weeks 1 day ago||The reason that there aren't||
The reason that there aren't any flags is because the QB is supposed to get down well before the defense has a chance to hit him. But since Rudock keeps trying to stretch it to get extra yards before he slides he is getting the worst of both worlds, where he doesn't get the protection that is supposed to be the whole point of sliding and doesn't get all the yards he would if he stayed up. If he is going to slide, he needs to get down earlier.
|12 weeks 3 days ago||He can recruit. It would be||
He can recruit. It would be interesting at least, which is more than can be said about the last guy. Didn't they pass on Leach the list time around?
|13 weeks 1 day ago||I remember Minnesota doing an||
I remember Minnesota doing an offer like this a few years ago. It went ok for a while....
EDIT: Apparently I can't embed to a specific time correcty, go to 1:00:05. Or just click here
|13 weeks 5 days ago||Yeah, I was going to chime in||
Yeah, I was going to chime in on this too. The only way Penn St. was scoring was if they got a short field, and Iowa was backed up to their own goal line and punting out of the end zone. The odds of getting off a good punt are low, and the chances of something disastrous happening are high. Iowa had shut down the Penn St. offense all day, the chances of them getting a field goal without good field position were so much lower than something going horribly wrong with the pressure punt. It made sense at the time, and hindsight only confirmed it.
|15 weeks 2 days ago||I prefer||
When the legend becomes fact, print the legend
|16 weeks 1 day ago||Rehashing the same ole shit||
Doesn't that pretty much sum up entire history of the MGoBoard?
|16 weeks 1 day ago||Why were they climbing and||
Why were they climbing and sitting on top of the wall? Was the injured player up there?
|16 weeks 4 days ago||Hoke wasn't fired because he||
Hoke wasn't fired because he failed to keep expectations in check. He was fired because his teams were terrible.
|16 weeks 6 days ago||31-3 Michigan||
|16 weeks 6 days ago||pic.twitter.com/JEbSQuNCbI —||
|16 weeks 6 days ago||I'm still not entirely sure||
I'm still not entirely sure how he did this
Inside Michigan Football had a good view of what actually happened. Go to this video and fast forward to 3:30.
|17 weeks 5 days ago||27-3 Michigan||
|18 weeks 1 day ago||If the web site was optimized||
If the web site was optimized for mobile it would instantly work for both Android and iOS without having to maintain separate apps for both. Plus it would work fine on Windows Phone as well, so we wouldn't have to deal with all five Windows Phone users complaining about getting left out.
|20 weeks 5 days ago||It's "historical" in the||
It's "historical" in the sense that it's closer to the color on the cheap Steve and Barry's shirts you could get back in the day. So I guess people are longing for the days you could get 4 t-shirts for $10. I don't know what it has to do with anything the football team ever wore though.
|21 weeks 2 days ago||It wasn't like EDSBS had some||
It wasn't like EDSBS had some great original idea or anything, they referenced the same NY Time article that Ace linked to through Twitter. Chill out.
|22 weeks 3 hours ago||I've called it "circle"||
FWIW We called this route the noodle back when I was playing because it looked like a wet noodle when drawn on the play sheet. But that may have just been a local thing not used by anyone above my small town high school glory days.
|22 weeks 5 days ago||In||
In closing? In closing!?!?
|22 weeks 6 days ago||Is Bleacher Report no longer||
Is Bleacher Report no longer insta-banned here? Because random goofballs writing poorly informed articles trolling for clicks is the reason they used to get the Sharp treatment here.
|23 weeks 4 days ago||I'm guessing that's their||
I'm guessing that's their answer to the Harbus
|23 weeks 6 days ago||This assumes Brandon would||
This assumes Brandon would ever consider that something he does could go tits up. I doubt he had a clue anything was wrong with how he was running the athletic department right until at least Concussiongate.
|24 weeks 2 days ago||Just drip coffee from the big||
Just drip coffee from the big piñón coffee bean bags they have at Costco here. The kids are up too, just got done with an episode of Sheriff Callie, now we're on to Jake and the Neverland Pirates. Hook had cut offer the water to Pirate's Plunge, what will they do?!?!
|24 weeks 3 days ago||The B1G admitted it made a||
The B1G admitted it made a mistake and moved on with life. The AD and the HFC tried to obfuscate and spin until they couldn't obfuscate and spin any more. Add this to all the other incidents where the AD tried to obfuscate and spin and you end up with the reason all the ire was all directed at the AD.
As others have said, it's not the crime, it's the cover up. Only one side tried the most inept cover up ever, and they're the ones who got roasted.
|24 weeks 4 days ago||I'm just a guy who was||
I'm just a guy who was watching on TV - my wife is relevant only because I wouldn't be watching MSU roll over some MAC team unless she wanted to watch. I don't know that was the sole reason with 100% certainty, but it's the only reason that makes sense. Terry was the 3rd string quarterback, but they ran him in for one random play in the middle of a drive and then immediately put Cook back in. It wasn't truly garbage time yet, and they hadn't played their 2nd string (O'Connor) yet. And if they wanted him to get some snaps with the 1st teamers they would have let him have more than one snap. Only reason that makes sense is getting him experience coming in for a lost helmet situation before he needs to do it on a play that really matters.
|24 weeks 4 days ago||I'd edit, but there are||
I'd edit, but there are already replies. But I should have said I got to watch MSU run helmet drills with Damion Terry. I'm assuming on a concussion they'd have the good sense to keep the player out for the rest of the game.
|24 weeks 4 days ago||It's still incompetent. My||
It's still incompetent. My wife is an MSU grad, so I got to watch MSU run concussion drills with Damion Terry *during games* last year. While they were in the middle of blowing out MAC teams (which they could do because they had a passable offense) they would randomly rush Terry in for one play for no reason other than to simulate what would happen if Cook lost his helmet during an actual game. The worst part may have been that they were so confident in winning that they were doing this in the first half of games.
So Dantonio and company were so well prepared they had a plan for this very possible scenario and were drilling it during live games. But when it happens to us, our coach doesn't know the rules and our back up can't find his helmet. Incompetent.