Oh my, this is even dumber than the previous statement. They had the ball and a chance to win at the end in a game they lost by 1 point to a team that is currently unbeaten and you thought the trajectory was significant "chance" that they wouldn't win a game.
Yes, not probable but looking at the first 2 games there did appear to be a chance. It doesn’t fucking matter now so fuck all y’allI think people underestimate how truly hard it is to go an entire conference season without winning a game. You have to be truly fucking terrible.
Northwestern was one of the worst teams I have seen last year and even they won a conference game.
No. No, there didn't appear to be a chance. They fucked up some plays and had shitty turnovers and lost 2 very competitive games by a couple points and in both game had the ball either driving to win or had the ball and a chance to win.Yes, not probable but looking at the first 2 games there did appear to be a chance. It doesn’t fucking matter now so fuck all y’all
I’ll dig in if I want to dig in. I’m just calling it like I see it.No. No, there didn't appear to be a chance. They fucked up some plays and had shitty turnovers and lost 2 very competitive games by a couple points and in both game had the ball either driving to win or had the ball and a chance to win.
Stop digging in, you sound like a complete moron.
I think it is way too early to tell. Michigan State is down, but not sure they are the 2nd worst. Could be more middle of the pack. They lost to Rutgers, but it looks like Rutgers might be somewhat competitive. Iowa was just a snowball game and a bad match-up for them. That happens even to good teams. Not to mention they beat Michigan at Michigan.I think it’s fair to say Illinois is the worst team in the league. I’m not really sure who the second worst team is.
Penn State is 0-3 but I don’t think anyone would say they’re the 13th best team. Nebrantska is 0-2 but is still probably like the 9th best team just because of the supposed talent they have.
I think it’s Michigan State.
Bingo. His strength is the deep ball with a little bit of scrambling. Force him to make good decisions and be accurate consistently underneath and he'll struggle.that was scheme, too. Michigan playing tight man time over time again and getting burned while Iowa sat in zone and waited for Lombardi to fuck up.
I think they saw the need to cut the number of reads for Petras. Hopefully they do, because he doesn’t seem to be able to handle it.I think Brian was infected on some level by Greg Davis. There are plays he calls on 3rd down that don't have a prayer of working and are just horrifically designed and the personnel on the field is just wrong.
For example, with 1:50 to go in the 1st quarter on 3rd and 8 they run this....
- They go shotgun empty 5 wide. Charlie Jones is split out way way out of the camera shot up top. Ragani is sort of wide at top. Shaun Beyer is in the slot. LaPorta is in the short side slot and Smith is short side wide.
- Ragani runs a 1 yard stop and turn around route. Sean Beyer plods his way to a yard short of the 1st down marker and cuts in but is slow and covered like a blanket. LaPorta runs a 3 yard stop pivot route. Smith runs a route to a yard short of the 1st down and turns around. Who the fuck knows what Jones is doing because you never even see him he is so far up top.
- Petras locks onto LaPorta from the snap, never looks anywhere else and throws it even though he is blanketed and essentially double covered. He is lucky the ball is tipped, because if it wasn't it was at worst getting batted down or intercepted and at best LaPorta would be immediately tackled 5 yards short of the first down.
To sum it up, Beyer is in the slot instead of Tracy. 4 of 5 guys run routes that have no chance of making a first down. The 5th guy is somewhere near the Ped Mall he is so far away. Petras is locked on a player that is covered 5 yards short of the first down and was throwing it to him no matter what.
Terrible fucking play and shows the young QB is not seeing the field or situation at all. They would have been better running a Hayden 3rd down draw play.
The hawks should be pretty good at linebacker next year.Benson is pretty good. Campbell is just a difference maker at linebacker. Campbell has first team all douche potential for the next couple seasons and looks to me like a guy who will be drafted pretty high when he decides to leave.
Benson isn’t “bad,” but there remains a lot of room between his 2020 performance thus far and being “good.”Benson isn’t bad, Campbell is just really fucking good.
Benson is another Mike Klingenborg. Solid if they run right at him, not much range and invisible in pass coverage.Benson isn’t “bad,” but there remains a lot of room between his 2020 performance thus far and being “good.”
And I’ll also agree that Campbell is a legitimate difference maker at the position and he really needs to see the vast majority of snaps moving forward.