Gentry TD against Nebraska in 2nd Quarter

Submitted by FauxMo on September 25th, 2018 at 1:09 PM

Sorry if that already been discussed, but I am re-watching the game right now. I noticed that on Gentry's TD in the middle of the second quarter, Shea ran up to high-five Gentry in the end zone, and Gentry gave him a little "fake-high-five-you-suck-chump-no-love-for-you" thing. Probably no big deal, but what was that all about? 

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Tom Pickle

September 25th, 2018 at 1:13 PM ^

I think it's most likely Gentry still being mad about being moved from QB to TE and now he holds a grudge against all of the QBs.

It's a major fracture in the locker room that is going to tear the team apart at some point.

Mike Damone

September 25th, 2018 at 1:14 PM ^

I loved all the Nebraska folks - team, coaches, fans - for coming to Ann Arbor.  Please visit again soon, so we can beat the living shit out of your weak ass, slow and pathetic team again.

Welcome back to the Big Ten, Frosty...

FrankMurphy

September 25th, 2018 at 5:23 PM ^

Their fanbase is known for being classy and gracious towards opposing fans. They pride themselves on it. There's a sign at Memorial Stadium addressing visiting fans that says, "You'll never lose in a nicer place." I went there for the 2012 Nebraska game and my experience was overwhelmingly positive (aside from the outcome of the game). We were approached by random people on the street who thanked us for visiting and wished us a safe trip back. None of the fans trash talked or cursed at us. Even the drunk ones were happy drunks. 

That's part of the reason why I think they were an excellent addition to the B1G. Their fanbase is a model for others around the country. Respect. 

Northfielder

September 25th, 2018 at 8:00 PM ^

I've had the same experience with Husker fans and Iowa fans. Been to both locations with my maize and blue attire and been treated great...win or lose.

Now, OSU, MSU...not so much. Their fans can kiss my ass. Absolutely terrible people. I actually had a guy spit on my 9 year old son at MSU...what kind of asshole spits on a 9 year old?

Stay classy Sparty.

Northfielder

September 25th, 2018 at 10:59 PM ^

I was "escorted" out of the shithole they call a stadium. I'm sure spitter guy had some difficulty spitting for a few days due to his jacked up lip.

I shouldn't trash all Sparty fans. A guy and (I think) his wife vouched for my reason for busting the drunk idiots lip. 

What pissed me off even more was they kicked me and my boy out, but let spitter boy stay! Usher guy told me he was cutting me a break because I could be arrested for assault! I couldn't get him to understand that spitting on a person (especially a little kid!) is considered assault. 

Over 20 years ago and the memory still ticks me off. My kids still tease the old man for getting kicked out of a game. Thankfully they grew up to hate Sparty too.

El Fuego

September 25th, 2018 at 1:19 PM ^

This was a great moment. It was one of those "messin' with your friends" thing, like jokingly being a jerk. I'm pretty sure you can see Shea smiling the entire time. It really shows the rapport and chemistry he's built with his teammates.

I loved it.

ijohnb

September 25th, 2018 at 1:28 PM ^

I don't think it was a big deal, and was kind of funny, but it didn't look like Patterson "got the joke."  He kind of followed after him for a minute until it appeared to occur to him that Gentry really was not going to give him a five of any kind and then he kind of walked away, confused like.  I think it was intended as a joke but did end up looking kind of awkward.  Just my perception of it.

dcmaizeandblue

September 25th, 2018 at 1:24 PM ^

I think he hates him, it's the only possible explanation.

The better question is how Metellus got reception in the stadium to make all those phone calls DURING THE GAME?? Probably no big deal but what was that all about?