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Give the teams, the situation and the play call that surprised you the most over the weekend.
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
Begins and ends with Dooley/UTk's fake punt throw. /thread. Was on their own 19, poorly conceived, poorly executed. It was Derek Dooley saying, "Im getting fired tomorrow so F--- yall"
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Wow I actually missed that game but thanks for posting this, I'll go back and check it out.
We threw a 4th and three pass to a true frosh fullback. Obviously worked out brilliantly, but wasn't surprising given Kiffins brilliance.
Pundits - picked Wisconsin
there are two that must be nominated to the idiotnon a stick list.
1. Baylor throwing a 1 yd hitch on their own goal line vs K-State resulting in an INT & a quick 6 for KSU.
2. Stanford's attempted pass play / scramble / miraculously recovered fumble in OT after the Quacks
shot a blank on their opening series.
Not a play call, but DAT trying to win a race instead of blocking for his QB. Definitely a huge bonehead move.
Brett Bielema called a run with 35 seconds left and no time outs left. Dumbass.
The refs of the Oregon/Standford game calling that replay a touchdown. He never had possession at any point.
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You should prepare yourself to live with the consequences of your decisions, whatever they may be.
First thing that came to my mind.
There should be an "Of F#cking course that play was called" thread. Seeing both our safety's 35 yards off the LOS as the D gives up a 4th and 15 to a freshman QB was pretty awesome.
cry some more
What man? he asked, I answered.
I'm pretty sure that's not the reason you hate that play.
I don't hate it, just don't agree with it.
Stanford throwing in OT when all they need is a FG. QB fumbles and almost blows the easy victory kick.
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
72 Wins over last 6 years (CFB record)
Just watched it for the first time. I could understand calling it a TD and not reversing the decision, but to initially call it incomplete and then overturn it as if there were indisputable evidence to do so is completely different (and I don't see how they could do that).
Yeah, it was a strange review, but there are a ton of those.
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