Perkis-Size Me

November 3rd, 2012 at 12:49 PM ^

My mind immediately raced to the MSU game last year, except this time, a Devin pee wee scramble worked out.

Should be a good confidence booster for the offense, though.

B-Nut-GoBlue

November 3rd, 2012 at 12:50 PM ^

Saw him chuch it up and figured it was a hail mary type play and was totally fine with that...until Drew Dileo was wide the eff open!  Awesome play, good for him and the offense.  Gave the defense some rest on that drive too which was huge.

Owl

November 3rd, 2012 at 12:58 PM ^

HOLY SHIT CAPS LOCK IS FUN, ISN'T IT? EXCEPT THAT WHEN YOU USE IT YOU LOOK LIKE SOME CRAZY GUY PREDICTING THE END OF THE WORLD AND IT'S REALLY ANNOYING TO READ. USUALLY I JUST TRY TO IGNORE IT BUT I CAN SENSE IT'S GOING TO MAKE A REGULAR APPEARANCE IN THIS THREAD IF YOU'RE WHIPPING IT OUT THIS EARLY FOR NEGATIVE PLAYS AND (USUALLY I WOULD PUT AND HERE IN ALL CAPS FOR EMPHASIS BUT YOU CAN'T TELL BECAUSE EVERYTHING IS IN ALL CAPS) USING IT FOR WHEN THINGS GO WELL. SO REGARDLESS OF HOW THE TEAM PERFORMS, YOU'RE GOING TO USE CAPS, AND THAT'S SUPER ANNOYING. PLEASE STOP. 

Tweezers18

November 3rd, 2012 at 12:55 PM ^

Hey, so I'm sure that this is all going to get buried in this thread really fast, and I am sure that someone will probably make a diary about it tomorrow, but I'm curious:

What do we think is the impact of Denard being forced out for 1/2 of the Nebraska game and then being held out of the entirely of this game on the Denard record watch?

As far as I remember, Denard was easily on pace to hit a lot of records (including Pat White's NCAA-wide record), but those all assumed moderate production across all of our remaining games. Since he is being forced to sit out, do we think that some of those records are now out of his reach barring a quick return and some amazing games?