Four big games this weekend

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Postby wallrock » Mon Sep 29, 2008 3:33 pm

fisticuffs wrote:Thanks, I was watching this at home and when I left to go to a wedding reception it was 19-0. Then every time I snuck out into the lobby it was getting worse. Then I walked out in the lobby just in time to see what I thought was the Badgers tying it up at 27. I was shocked when I went back to check out OT and saw Michigan running out the clock up by 2.

I had roughly the same experience. My friend and I left his place with the 19-0 lead, and by the time we met up with his GF at the bar Michigan had started their comeback. I after the 2PT that wasn't I ran to the restroom, so I was quite shocked to come out to the results.

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Postby boston_jeff » Mon Sep 29, 2008 3:57 pm

It was one of those technically correct, but possibly unnecessary calls with the game on the line. I think the refs could've put the whistles away on that one. Either way, the Badgers played/coached that second half like jackasses.

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Postby MeatStick » Tue Sep 30, 2008 11:51 am

boston_jeff wrote:It was one of those technically correct, but possibly unnecessary calls with the game on the line. I think the refs could've put the whistles away on that one. Either way, the Badgers played/coached that second half like jackasses.


It was a good call, but it didn't make it any easier to take.

I totally agree on your critique of the 2nd half. UG-LY.


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