Last night the Seahawks ran a play that looked really similar to something we’ve seen. The Auburn Tigers posted this to remind everyone where the read option pass play came from.
Following the game, Pete Carroll acknowledged the origin of the play.
“We’ll go anywhere to find a play,” the Seattle coach said afterward. “And that one-uh, Muschamp at Florida, no … Auburn. They ran it. Give Gus Malzahn credit. That’s a great play. I kept telling them [the offensive staff and players] this summer, ‘It’ll work, it’ll work.’ But it didn’t work all summer.”
Great play. Surprised that it’s taken this long for teams to full embrace plays that succeed in the college game.
Lost of composure.
MSU just didn’t play their best.
My brackets are in shambles and as a Spartans fan, I am sad.
Roddy White is great on Twitter but every now and then, he tweets something that he may regret. He promised a fan that he would get him season tickets if Mercer beats Duke.
And that’s exactly what happened.
Sadly, White has decided to not honor his promise.
Upsets. 12th seeds beating 5th seeds. Four overtime games. Close finishes. My bracket went 14-2 while everyone else did worse.
What a great day! I don’t know if I have ever gone through a first day of so much drama ever watching.
Seriously, this is the best playoff system in American sports. So good. So so good!
If you haven’t joined, you still have some time.
I will reveal to you my formula for a winning bracket. Success rate for this formula is not very high. But because of my own personal bias, I believe what I am doing is right.
Here are my beliefs, philosophies and strategies to a perfect bracket. Not fool-proof, but I’m sticking with it.
As covered by Uni-Watch, Adidas knew it was possibly going to happen. Baylor knew it could happen. Yet they made it anyway.
Good for NCAA for standing their ground. Shame on Adidas for creating an ugly set, a stupid idea and everything else they are.