February 26th, 2014 at 9:21 PM ^

I have this problem where my upstairs neighbors get the game action before I do, so they always cheer about a second before I see what happens.

With that shot, it was still amazing even knowing the outcome.


February 26th, 2014 at 9:45 PM ^

It seemed impossible that he made that shot--though I don't think my brain could go quickly enough to understand how impossible it was until the replay. My train of thought went something like: "Wow that was a brilliant idea for an inbound--oh shit, except that GR3 is going the wrong way, defenders are crashing down, and I'd rather someone else be taking the sh--THAT WAS AWESOME!" Might have been nice to avoid the crushing defeat in the middle of the that all.

Haywood Jablomy

February 27th, 2014 at 9:30 AM ^

I didn't get to see it live but I must admit when I watched the replay, the last thing I thought was, what a great inbound pass...until he caught it and gathered himself. A football toss headed out of bounds or intercepted, immediately came to mind. Then, yea, the shot is ridiculous. Can't believe the English need for him to get that to fall. This a team of density. 


February 27th, 2014 at 2:18 AM ^

I have a similar but different problem, in that I live in Portland and work until 5 or 6. I was getting excited about the game, waiting for it to come up on btn replay, got a text from a couple of michigan buddies (was careful not to read the texts), then opened btn2go and saw a picture of smiling boilermakers, and was fairly certian we would lose but was hoping to be surprised. Surprised I was. 


February 26th, 2014 at 9:23 PM ^

Glenn hit that shot.  I thought they should have run more plays for him in the last seconds, seemed like he was on today in his Dad's old stomping grounds.