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    Vote for JR & SJ for B12 Play of the Week

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    Re: Vote for JR & SJ for B12 Play of the Week

    This has the bet view of the JR return from that side of the field. Amazing!


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    Re: Vote for JR & SJ for B12 Play of the Week

    Great plays by Reeves and Johnson for sure, but homerism aside, that Demarco Murray run is pretty spectacular. he tightroped for about 30 feet. When I saw it on Saturday, I thought for sure he had stepped out. it will be hard to beat that one, especially with ISU fans splitting their votes.


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    Re: Vote for JR & SJ for B12 Play of the Week

    could the B12 do something about the buffering every 15 sec? Makes it hard to watch a whole play



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    Re: Vote for JR & SJ for B12 Play of the Week

    Quote Originally Posted by abe2010 View Post
    could the B12 do something about the buffering every 15 sec? Makes it hard to watch a whole play
    that might be your internet connection. Ran fine for me.


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    Re: Vote for JR & SJ for B12 Play of the Week

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    Great plays by Reeves and Johnson for sure, but homerism aside, that Demarco Murray run is pretty spectacular. he tightroped for about 30 feet. When I saw it on Saturday, I thought for sure he had stepped out. it will be hard to beat that one, especially with ISU fans splitting their votes.
    Go watch it again. It wasn't more than 10 or 11 yards.





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    Re: Vote for JR & SJ for B12 Play of the Week

    Quote Originally Posted by VeloClone View Post
    Go watch it again. It wasn't more than 10 or 11 yards.



    Dude, what are you smokin, it was a full 360 inches at least!







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