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That is the worst I have ever seen. Anyone seen worse?
This post was edited by MarineMountie 16 months ago
Lol...this game is getting out of hand
I'm just glad I got to see a 4th and 49. That is without a doubt the worst I have ever seen. Maybe one day I will see a 4th and 50.
Lmao, the punt didn't even make it to the sticks.
"Show class, have pride, and display character. If you do, winning takes care of itself." -Coach Bryant
Not even close. He shanked it. It was probably close to 20 yards shy of the first down.
4th and 57
They didn't go for it? Wow, Jerry Kill needs to learn how to take some chances one in a while. Can't always play it so conservative.
Miami converted a 3rd & 43 on My Irish in 89. I cried. I was 9.
I just watched Virgina Tech and Rutger have the ball, that was pretty bad. Felt like every down was 3rd and 99.
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
I remember in 2006 there was a Lions game where they jumped offsides 3 times and had 4 holding penalties. It was 2nd and 65. I'm trying to see if I can find it.
This post was edited by Ducksworth 16 months ago
You said the Lions, no one is going to argue with you.
It was the most perfect "Lions" moment ever. Except for Morningweg deciding to kick when we won the coin toss in OT.
That's longest I've seen. Previous longest was 2011 Capital One Bowl. Michigan St had 1st and goal from the 7 and had to punt on 4th and goal from the 38.
I might be wrong, but I think when Shula was coaching Alabama Tenn had a 4th and 31 and they converted. That was a low point.
I think it was 4th and 19. Still ridiculous.
The Ravens had a 4th and 30something vs San Diego a couple weeks ago and converted to win the game
Steve Spurrier is a God, and Mark Richt worships him
Probably the worst display of offense from both teams I have ever seen
Logan Thomas looks disgustingly bad for large parts of games and VT's OL is unbelievably bad
VT is gonna have a good defense next year though, they had one this year but the offense was so terrible it made the defense seem worse... kind of like FSU, but much more depressing
@Andy_Staples: "Logan Thomas, encapsulated. He throws a deep ball. Guy behind me in press box says "Look at that arm." Ball gets intercepted."
Thing is his arm is strong yes, but he throws it like a jack ass with a painfully slow release
Its just poor QB coaching plain and simple, and its long been VT's problem on offense or one of them
Logan had a terrible season, just terrible... he is better off to just leave VT cause he won't be much better next year with his top 2 WR's leaving after this year
Bama forced a 4th and goal punt against msu in 2010. I think it was about 40 yds
Tyrod converted 3rd and 31 as a true frosh against FSU.
Tyrod Taylor 3rd 31 vs FSU
This post was edited by Hokie5284 16 months ago
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