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They have never lost a game that was their fault.....prolly put them in a room with PSU and have a great show on which team is most screwed by the B1G....I mean its not like they've gone years and years since a BCS birth....it's only been since 98
This post was edited by BBucksorBeGone8 18 months ago
Ahh look. Walverines and Suckeyes getting all warm and cozy together. Nice to see your fan bases have something in common other than dropping out of high school.
A massive thread about 2 ginormous new big screens on tRCMB says otherwise. I would think that at some point, the play was replayed on 1 or both of them. If I'm wrong, anyone in attendance let me know. I'm also guessing that there's 1 or more staff members in the press box whose job, maybe amongst other things is to watch the replays, let the HC know when to challenge a call. Anyone that saw that replay most likely quoted Smokey from the movie Friday. All is purely speculation, I get that, but speculation based on this thing I have, called common sense. Gholston will be watched closely this week cause sometimes, concussion symptoms don't show up for 24-48 hrs. I only know this cause of a visit to the ER a couple months ago for my wife whom had a concussion. Hopefully gholston doesn't have any issues. The lack of common sense in those defending the staffs actions is mind-boggling. Can any of the few of you provide a video of him getting the wind knocked out of him? If it was knocked out of him that bad, there should be a very clear, and pretty severe blow to the chest or back
Ahhhh look, a little misdirection from the OP cause you're getting your arse handed to you iTT
No they do not see replays of what happens on the field. They go to the injured player access the situation and act accordingly. Players all the time get knocked silly and manage to get back on the field. If they clear the tests on the sideline then what would keep them out? Did you see Gholston get knocked out at real speed and before any replays? You are lying if you claim you did.
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
I have been to hundreds of games both college and pro and have never seen replays of injuries like we see on tv.
I agree, the staff will be treating Gholston much differently this week. They had to have seen the replays by now.
This post was edited by dpfenny 18 months ago
I've stated my opinion. I'll take the expert oppinion of a medical profession that examine Will personally over the rantings of some high school drop outs that watched a replay on t.v. Never once said anything about him having the wind knocked out - I don't know. That is the doctors job - not mine. You guys can't rant and rave and make up facts and assume facts and speculate all you want. You don't know the facts - the trainers do. End of story.
The new video boards almost NEVER play any replays worth a damn. I was shocked when they replayed the fumbly by Miller and also the B.S. late hit call. Most of the time the $10 mm boards are used to advertise. This game they actually put up the stats a bit more often.
It happens all the time at every program. I am the husband of a former trainer, that is a fact. I guess my fault was assuming I was having a discussion with adults who actually cared what the facts are when a trainer deals with an injury situation. I should have assumed from the beginning it was simply childish trolling by the OP.
Where did I say they see replays? ...read slower bro. And as soon as he was hit you could see his arm flop and he was laying limp..I immediately said and even posted on our thread he was knocked out. It's not that hard to see..it was clear..I bet if you check MSU game threads they did the exact same thing...maybe you have bad naked eyes....you crack me up dude. What's you next angle?
K, so u never stated "wind knocked out of him" yet you're defending the professionals that said exactly that, not much difference there. Believing what the staff stated, instead of what the video clearly showed (him unconscious), is blind love for your team/program/school. We're all guilty of it at some point. I do appreciate the personal insults to everyone not on your side of the argument. Referring to us all as high school dropouts, kind of ironic, considering many high school dropouts are more mature than yourself. "They don't agree with my homeristic opinion, ill show them, I'm gonna call them all a name, repeatedly"
So your wife knows how every teams medical staff operates, and she knows that no trainer has ever seen a replay of an injury, I think its a little more childish to think that, than it is to think that he suffered a concussion from that hit.
And respectfully it is more tactful to wait for a reply to call someone a liar...you shouldn't offer a pre-emptive strike. It reaks of desperation and lack of knowledge or awareness on said subject. If you aren't sure your wife gave you all the insight you need just say so...it's cool!
Well she is a former trainer...so maybe it was in the 70's or 80's....technology is a son of a gun to some....
Don't worry BBucks his wife told him so
Nope, never claimed she knew how every team's staff operates. But unlike anyone in this thread she has years of real life experience as a trainer on a sideline dealing with injuries. Once AGAIN, never said I did not think he suffered a concussion. As a matter of fact, I believe I said I think he was knocked out.
Wasn't in the 70's or 80's. Are you claiming they have instant replay on the sidelines now?
Has nothing to do with my wife. If you claim you knew Gholston was knocked out after ONLY watching the live play on tv without the subsequent replays, then you are lying.
Yes, it is clear on tv watching a broadcast from multiple cameras, angles, zoom, etc. I guess you have never been on a sideline. The view is a bit different than the broadcast.
Why ask a question if you are already stating they are lying if they answer it a specific way. Just like your wife doesn't know how all training staffs operate, you don't know who saw what and when.
I believe tOSU fan on this one. I didn't think he was knocked out before a replay, but I knew he took a shot to the head. That was sitting in a sportsbar splitting time watching that game and the Ryder Cup. TOSU fans are more focused into the game than I was.
LMAO, it was the same broadcast to every house was it not? I am assuming the person did not get any special feed. He witnessed the same thing everyone else watchin on tv did...which is completely different from watching on the sideline with 70+ other players, etc.
I think you were the one who dropped out of high school. Gholston took a direct hit to the head from another player that was going at full speed, instantly laid motionless, and you seriously believe he had the wind knocked out of him? IDIOT.
The coaches in the press box have tv feeds and somehow they're able to call down to the sidelines to urge a head coach to challenge a play (or call time out so the officials have longer time to examine the replay)
You're argument is pretty weak. If you don't think some official of mSu had the capacity to see the video and call the sidelines, you're nuts.
That's funny because there's a poster on MGoBlog whose gf is a BRAIN SURGEON and she takes the complete opposite point of view as you and yours. She saw the play on tv and immediately questioned mSU's decision to insert Gholson back into the game.
And Sparty is feeling sad, defensive, and disrespected once again.
Your doctors fvcked up end of story.
Kid was knocked out and he played. If that was NFL shit storm would appeared.
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