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They certainly didn't play like it. Figures... our offense finally shows up, and the defense gives up multiple big plays.
By the way, I'm an MSU fan.
Bell is a beast. Our DBs suck at turning to see the ball in coverage. You guys had a terrific gameplan. The refs sucked both ways. We should have lost that game
talk about getting upstaged. He is going nuts.
Nebraska fans are pretty damn cool. I sat near a bunch of them at the game. Very nice, down to earth people. Not the best at karaoke, but you have to take the good with the bad.
We are usually a pretty fun, respectful bunch
I love it, but Heisman?
He should be in the top 10 in voting for sure. Gonna approach 2500 passing 1000 rushing.
18 passing tds 8 ints 8 rushing tds so far. 66% passing.
Barkley, Barner, Klein, Manziel, Martinez, McCarron, and Miller are my top 7 in no particular order.
That top ten d lost to Iowa. Even though they gave up hardly any yards/points. Iowa's o is awful.
"I was brought in here to change the culture. I'm going to coach with passion" - Fran McCaffery.
Martinez won't get an invite to NYC.
He can go to NY IF he brings those refs from yesterday's game with him.
Because bad calls didn't go both ways. Stupid comment is stupid.
Can't fault the D for that loss. They only allowed 13 points in regulation.
that game was brutal by the refs both ways
No flame... but what calls are you Husker fans unhappy about? The only thing that stood out to me (as a drunk fan in the upper deck) was Johnny Adams' blatant flop, which didn't draw a penalty in the end.
The late hit by Stafford was a joke and should have been a no call
The hit was pretty light, but anytime a QB takes three full steps out of bounds and is about 2 yards removed from the field of play, you can't hit him. It definitely didn't help that Spartan Stadium has very limited sideline room and Maxwell got shoved into people standing on the sidelines.
Stafford Late Hit on Maxwell Call
From a neutral party, that is going to be called a late hit 10 out of 10 times, for the obvious reasons you stated.
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
He was shoved into him. No way he could have stopped and you can tell he was trying.
Pass interference call at the end was weak, but they called that tight all game long.
The hit on the interception return was a dumbass play by Adams. You can't hit someone 20 yards from the play. That's just stupid on his part.
I'm not saying reasons that caused it were right or wrong, but the end result is going to get flagged 10 out of 10 times.
I don't buy into the whole "he was far enough from the play, so he's untouchable" argument. Watch the replay. Adams ran the length of the field and crossed the goalline with the ball carrier. You're telling me that the receiver was outside the play? If Adams was involved til the very end, the receiver was just as much of a threat to make a tackle.
hey i don't like the rule, but that is the rule. We had a player suspended a game 2 years ago for a hit like that on a kickoff. Its dumb, but its the rule.
Forever is a pretty long time... not sure if the 90's was before forever. I'll wait for a reply.
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