Jasper

October 14th, 2017 at 4:17 PM ^

There's a precedent. See, there was this famous play in 1979 that everyone is still talking about. You'd think it had happened against Ohio State in the horseshoe or USC in the Rose Bowl. Nope ... home game against IU. (Yes, great individual play by AC. Everyone ignores the context, though.)

poppinfresh

October 14th, 2017 at 4:03 PM ^

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war-dawg69

October 14th, 2017 at 4:18 PM ^

John Okorn puts pressure on the offense, not on the defense. He is 100% making this offense look so inconsistent. There are open receivers every play he cannot find. He gets any pressure at all and it is done. The ball should be out long before any pressure on most plays. So ya I would think Peters would be an upgrade. He is much stronger.

Maynard

October 14th, 2017 at 7:26 PM ^

I doubt Peters is worse than O'Korn. Hell, I doubt Malzone is worse than JOK. He is bad and a shitty leader. He was whining about hits, penalties, and even swearing at his lineman multiple times about giving him time to throw. 

I always liked Speight over JOK and I think Peters is probably pretty decent as far as accuracy goes. He seems to be laid back which would benefit him as far as not having happy feet. 

So yeah, bring on anyone but JOK.

war-dawg69

October 14th, 2017 at 4:26 PM ^

Very surprised one of the two zulu zebra hitmen did not bail Indiana out on the last play. That holding call on the snapper from the line judge is not only phantom it would be impossible to see. Just looking to make a call that is not there. The PI on long was non existent. Terrible officiating in that one. I am not down on this team. They are playing without a QB. He is a bbig time liability. This is a good team. They run hard even with a stacked box with zero threat of a pass because Harbaugh does not trust him and neither would I. I would play Peters.

WolverineMan1988

October 14th, 2017 at 6:04 PM ^

Absolutely. Team is playing hard and Higdon somehow managed 200 yards without the threat of a passing game. Kudos to offensive line for opening up holes on obvious running situations (aka the entire second half). Kudos to Higdon for the way he ran today. It was nice to see a Michigan RB make something out of nothing.

Unfortunately, it seems like a miracle at this point for O'Korn to magically improve. Coaching staff doesn't even trust him at this point. That trust needs to be earned back by O'Korn or Peters will eventually get playing time because the team will have nothing to play for. The only way O'Korn keeps playing is if the team finds a way, some way, any way...to beat Penn State. I think our best hope to beat PSU is to get pressure on McSorley and hope he makes some really bad decisions.

CLion

October 14th, 2017 at 4:05 PM ^

We won't win with O'Korn. Either Peters is god awful or the coaches blew a chance to get him some action before Happy Valley. Better hope our defense can force about three turnovers next week.

SD Larry

October 14th, 2017 at 4:04 PM ^

K. Higdon, and some good blocking by OL at point of attack today.  Any road conference win is a great win, even if it was a great ugly win with the record penalties.