thanks for nothing urban

Submitted by ThadMattasagoblin on November 21st, 2015 at 6:48 PM
You run all game into their front and don't pass all game long. See you next week for your first loss to Harbaugh.



November 21st, 2015 at 7:24 PM ^

we'll destroy them. Their offense did absolutely nothing all day against a vulnerable MSU secondary, and their defense allowed a completely 1-dimensional MSU offense to run for 200 yards. What a punchless, lifeless, gutless, worthless performance by a bunch of chokers.


November 21st, 2015 at 7:02 PM ^

Thing with thinking his way is, do we maybe lose to Minnesota or Indiana if we had beat msu? Or does msu beat Nebraska if they lost to us? Now way to know any of those things. Would have been nice to beat msu, but there's no way to say that everything else would have went the same way it did.

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November 21st, 2015 at 7:22 PM ^

The fact is that no one will ever know what 'would' have happened in the aftermath of a victory of msu for us.  I believe his thought process is that anything 'could ' have happened if we had of won that game?  Maybe we let down against any of the teams that we beat?  So to answer your second question: 'any other game COULD have had a different outcome if we beat msu.  Yet we will not know for this year's Michigan team.  


Go Blue!


November 21st, 2015 at 8:26 PM ^

Yes, it was that play that ended it but the fact that we were outgained by156 yards, like the punt mishap was a contributing factor. The fact that on our last possession, the coaches made the play calls they did which once again resulted in a 4th down is a contributing factor. The officiating was a factor.  The fact that O'Neill punted for 80 yards leaving State on their own 2 yard line might have been a contributing factor in why we were still in the game.  Leave this shit alone!  They played and lost as a team, win or lose they are all in as a team.  Our own coach has essentially asked us to show a little class on social media but still, we fail to do so.  


Chick Evans

November 21st, 2015 at 7:04 PM ^


I've come to the realization that in this universe, it is inexplicably MSU's year. In every parallel universe, they have 3+ losses but in ours, every comceivable outcome will go their way. 

Even the Nebraska game, which they lost on an admittedly bad call will not matter in the grand scheme of things. They will beat Penn St. They will beat Iowa, both in probably excruciatingly awful and/or fortunate fashion. They'll get the 4th spot in the Playoffs. Book it. 

I hope that I'm wrong, but at this point it's easier to just realize everything is going to go their way and go about my business. Go Blue, Beat OSU. 

Frank Chuck

November 21st, 2015 at 7:53 PM ^

I wish I could believe this but consider the facts:

MSU just overcame a -2 turnover differential with a limited passing game, back-up QBs, an improved rushing attack, and an awesome defense to pull out a victory against a top-5 team on the road.

MSU has a good recruiting class coming in.

MSU is not going to go away while Dantonio is HC of Sparty.

We will have to beat MSU over and over and over.


November 21st, 2015 at 7:31 PM ^

The Nittany Lions have a legit shot, especially if Connor Cook is out again and there is semi-normal weather.  PSU can shut down MSU's offense, it's just a question of whether Hackenberg is checked out for the season or has one good game left.  He looked pretty demoralized by the end of today's game.


November 22nd, 2015 at 12:29 AM ^

We'll see if PSU can buy Hack enough time to carve up MSU's secondary. Hackenburg was putting some in absolutely on the money when he felt like it today.

Ket matchup will be MSU D-line vs. Hackenburg having time to sling it


November 21st, 2015 at 6:51 PM ^

Urbz couldn't have called a worst gameplan offensively. Didn't utilize any of his weapons. Braxton could've been used in Peppers-like ways, he's got a heisman RB, no reverses to guys like Marshall. Terrible. Didn't play to win.

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