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Discussion in 'Football' started by CycloneRulzzz, Nov 16, 2019.
But really good for most of the second half.
Based on experience, I would assume Heacock would have gone to that strange super soft defense like he did at the end of the half, and the end of the Baylor game.
Is that Chumlee from pawn stars on the left?
Squirrelly Dan from Letterkenny.
We called two. So maybe the first went like you said. But we called another one after the next play.
It looked to me like Narveson intentionally gave it a more relaxed effort after the whistle went off, kind of like, "what the heck, I might as well kick it for fun", but not really trying to do a normal kick. Maybe that's not what was happening, but it definitely looked like the rhythm was off. If the whistle hadn't blown, he very well might have made that kick.
Snapper may have snapped it early when the defense was drawn offsides to get the penalty, so the timing may have been off from the start plus the whistles and flags would be distracting.
He did. One of the players was talking about it after the game. Super heads up play.
A final observation: Fans didn't storm the field, the team stormed the fans.
We certainly made some mistakes in this game and in my opinion we should have blown Texas out but one thing that should not get lost is that Iowa State was way more physical than Texas on both sides of the ball. After last year, that was great to see.
It is also pretty amazing that we beat Texas with true sophomore QB and a true freshman RB that at times looked like the most talented guys on the field. Really, it is pretty awesome how many high quality young guys we have playing major roles in this program.
Man, how has Iowa State football changed under CMC.
I thought if the snap occurred, a whistle shouldn't. The flag, yes. But the play should've continued. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Incorrect. On illegal procedure calls, it’s not illegal until the ball is snapped, but they blow the play dead as well.
Breece was visually better than whatever 5 star they had running the ball
Agreed, unless there is contact before the snap. Any contact before the snap kills the play before it begins.
I think whistle blew when contact is made which happened
I haven't re-watched the game yet but we made plenty of mistakes and won in spite of these errors: Lost turnover battle, horrible fake punt play, not catching the last punt and letting it roll for a 67 yard punt - I'm sure there were others. Probably best part is Texas played well we just played better and won in spite of several correctable mistakes.
If you would have told me 10+ years ago, that we'd out "physical" Texas one day, I also would have never believed you