Len, you have my thanks.
You don't simply disregard years/months/weeks of being wrong because he gleefully watch Michigan swallow PSU. Come on. Yes, there were expectations beyond realistic. Yes, they were embarrassed by Mich all the way around. That doesn't mean his victory tour is anything more. Where was he after he said we'd lose by 14 to Iowa?
They also started last year 5-0, FYI.
They won the NIT without Mike Watkins. I know it might seem like it sometimes, but they're actually allowed to play someone in place of Carr. They don't have to play 5 vs. 4.
I don't think we can really worry about 2022 with the way the WRs have performed this year. I get the point, but if he's good enough to play now, there's not much chance he'll be around then anyway.
The Iowa player kicked out and tripped him. You can see it in the endzone angle.
I didn't want to take credit, but!
It was such a huge part of the offense with Barkley, I'm surprised it took until game 7 to really integrate it.
Also not a power running game? To be clear, PSU played its worst game of the year at IU on defense. But also things are never constant, and they've played good D at home, generally.
Iowa is not the power running game we're used to. They're ninth in the conference in rushing. IMO, their record is built off beating bad teams.
We'd be undefeated without 24 dropped passes too. Cuts both ways.