Well done. Only caveat would be that there's no way a Gen Z would know Tevin Coleman played at Indiana
Hey, that meme was MY creation.
Matt and I's spinoff show, Roar Wildcats Radio, is coming to bookstores near you in the near future.
My main takeaway from this game was that Sean Clifford has a chance to be really, really good.
He's improving at a very fast rate. He might be really, really good.
Yep. I'd have to go back to check to be sure, but I think this was probably his best game by a healthy margin as far as completing passes within that 10-19 range.
Some would call that the greatest prize in sports.
He didn't touch the player that they were calling him for interfering with, that's what made it questionable. I agree that it was poorly executed by George, but it had no effect on the outcome of the play, and such situations quite commonly go uncalled. I'm sure you'll disagree with that, but it's true.
Bottom line: Yes, George did a bad job of picking in that he didn't sell that he was running a route. But he also didn't actually pick the guy they were saying he picked. It could have very easily not been called.
Nothing Jordan Smith ever does will top the time he told LeBron he was wrong on Twitter https://www.inquirer.com/philly/blogs/sports/college/Penn-State-defender-responds-to-LeBron-James-after-controversial-no-call.html