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Discussion in 'General College Sports' started by BigJCy, Dec 8, 2019.
Reggie Smith sighting in Orange Bowl.
Florida is straight up faking injuries all game long whenever Virginia gets a little momentum. NCAA needs to adopt rules to discourage that. Maybe just as simple as the injured player cannot return for the remainder of the possession.
Figures, suppose to be Sunny and 50 degrees in Memphis today. Different than our 2 games there that's for sure.
Just taking a quick look at my bowl pool It looks like picking ANY underdogs has been a losing proposition. 13 of the 14 Favorites have won the game, except Louisville (I had incorrectly written them down as the favorite). Va Tech winning right now to make that 15 in a row. Still think that the Big XII teams all being underdogs doesn't matter? It's all about match ups and our lineup is straight up difficult.
Kentucky down 6, 19 seconds left on Va Tech's 13 yard line.
This Belk Bowl ending is fun.
And they throw for a TD to take a 31-30 lead with 15 seconds left
Well so much for that underdogs thing with that ending. Either way I have a feeling KSU rolls today. They should benefit from not getting the benefit of the bowl selections. Plus a running team is a good matchup for them, at least one would hope.
KSU unis are pretty sharp.
Their receiving skills, not so much.
K-State can't catch the ball on their opening drive
Yep, I like their white unis better than the grey they usually wear.
Wait I thought Kansas St fans said they would travel just as well as we did?
Edit: well they must have been showing Navy's side as KSU has a decent crowd.
BS call in the Liberty Bowl. KState has 4th and 1 and the Kstate RB was blown up before the 1st down but they gave him a generous spot. Once again a replay fails to correct a bad call.
Decent but still pretty weak for a fan base that talks up their travel
Today is one of the best bowl game days.
I've got all my other obligations out of the way. I made a pot of coffee and plan on doing nothing except watch football all day.
That was a pretty bad spot but without a camera right down the line its hard to overturn. Angles make a good spot really hard. Seems like this is getting to be a bigger problems. Officials aren't worried about the spot and are often way out of position looking at something else. Certinaly wasn't a spot that ISU would get very often.
Still waiting for a chip in the ball. Doesn't seem that hard and simple triangulation or relative sensors (say in the yard markers). It would take about 2 seconds for the computer to do the calculations and give a 1st down / TD yes/no signal.
There was a angle almost looking straight down the line and it was obvious.
I've been saying since the ISU/OSU game a few years ago where there was a controversy at the end of the first half regarding a TD that there should be a way to infuse GPS positioning into the football. And the endzone lines and the first down markers should have a system that alerts when the line is broken (like tennis).
Michigan's secondary got torched on a bomb from Bama.
Michigan offense moving the ball well against that Bama Defense.
Bama's defense is bad.
So is Auburn's.
Good PR day for the B1G.
Saban looks checked out. Bama had a delay of game on a punt and he hardly flenched.