I agree that the call against the K-State guy was "over-the-hill," but a lot of the celebration crap is annoying. As Lombardi (or was it Grant?), said, "Act like you've been there before."
Speaking of unsportsmanlike conduct;
What happened to the Big 10 yesterday?
First of all, WI lost that game by not staying with what they do.....RUN the ball.
Then, win or lose there is no excuse.
They lost that game trying to pass (which they are not real good at) against a team that doesn't allow it.
BUT..........If all these Big 10 teams get spanked by outside speed, why doesn't somebody in the Big 10 build a team on speed??
Don't use the excuse they wouldn't win in conference play, all these teams get spanked (well WI didn't get spanked.....) by these teams with speed.
A good example is AL.
They used to play like trhe Big 10 teams, run the ball, crushing bruiser lineman and backs.
Several years ago they changed and have returned to perrenial power status with SPEED!!
A famous Cubs broadcaster (Jack Brickhouse) always used to say "There is no substitute for speed!!"
That holds true today......
Just my uninformed take.
Though, according to the dog experts on the main RTF forum, I would be the resident expert on D-1 football, you know, due to skins on the wall and awards and all!!
Stan b & Elvis
TCU vs Wisconsin was the only game I watched yesterday.
I went goose hunting in the morning then took a long nap in the afternoon.
It was so obvious that TCU was much faster on the field. Got to love that 4-2-5 Defense they play! I'm not sure that Badger RB could have run for any more yardage.
If posting this picture doesn't prove how secure in my manhood I am, NOTHING will...
But after seeing your avatar, I thought you'd get a kick out of my wife's painting we have in our hall. Its from one of those street vendors in Jackson Square...
God Bless PFC Jamie Harkness. The US Army's newest PFC, but still our neighbor's little girl!
Haha, some one is spoofing Rodrigue!
If the Saints don't win the Super Bowl, I'll use that as my avatar!
Fear le Fleur
(fear the flower)