6 – Kyle Hamilton with quality coverage down the seam and Wisconsin settles for a field goal on a drive that included one positive play for the Badgers offense. 8 – Slot seam to Davis and that was a well-placed, expertly timed window throw by Coan. 22 – Well maybe not, that’s a 43-yard gain down the seam to Clay Cundiff. Tosh Baker gives up his inside shoulder-perhaps Correll should’ve doubled but he helped Patterson-and to be blunt, I though Lugg allowed unnecessary inside pressure as well though if the quarterback had take a step or two to his right, Lugg would’ve easily sealed. Lacey can take a Covid-Year and stay two more (through 2023) in South Bend. Worth noting that Cross took the double-team so Lacey could eat his meal. 4th-and-1 and Mellusi is swallowed hole by Jacob Lacey. 29 – And Kyren Williams gains 2 yards over the right side on 4th-and-1 vs. Lenzy for 16 more on a down-and-out to the right field side. 30 – Consecutive hurries on Coan plus a sack end this promising drive, but really, Lenzy could help the quarterback out on occasion, too.
I can’t recall an experienced quarterback handling a pass rush worse. This is truly Party at the Quarterback Level blocking on two of the first three pass drops. I’d say the Unreleased Cata Trailer because it was my first big video, the Luckydo Rap because of how many people loved it, How to Win at Pugs because it set my style of poking fun at all the stereotypes in games, and If Fans Ran WoW because I loved the concept of fans taking over as devs and having over-the-top ideas. Count your blessings while FEELING Grateful, and say ‘thank you God’. As the fight progresses, the difficulty of tanking the bloods goes from Meh, I can do this while I eat this giant hoagie to There are 50 bloods chasing me help help. A fan with a TV subscription is not devoted like a home fan who goes to matches or lives in the town. With time, silk durag the person needs to make renovations so that structures around the home do not lose meaning. Kyren Williams eviscerates a Badgers blitzing linebacker to make it possible. 4 – Badgers ball at midfield on a poor punt by Bramblett (there won’t be many).
Punt next time and get the ball back one minute later with a 1st down rather than a 4th down situation. Please punt. Timeout, I assume because Wisconsin didn’t jump. Please punt. Don’t go for it. Don’t run. Wisconsin cannot drive without a short field. 15 – Coan sacks himself on 3rd Down, Doerer misses the 39-yard field goal and this feels like a bad spring game when the quarterbacks are asked not to run and the receivers are all hoping that backyard party at the lake in Niles is still raging when they get off campus later. Think it was a Botelho Bust as he and MTA ended up in the same contain spot to the field with the former in no-man’s land.
MTA with play-side penetration, too. I could go on for hours about the Oasis and Hill Giants and my first Plane of Hate run and so on and so forth, but I know you said one small paragraph, so I’ll cut it off here. Related note: Did you know that Kevin Austin 100 percent needs another year of college football? Man I used to love those 1980s college football game TV double-headers that would end right around dinner time, and you had to switch to the 20-inch Sylvania Superset in the kitchen to finish watching. If Jack Coan can move like a Lacrosse player he should consider doing so more before he ends up watching Drew Pyne move like a quarterback. 25 – Coan picks up 8 yards on the scramble and Gus Johnson references his Lacrosse background.
2 – Gus Johnson has one of the best modern broadcast voices… 20 yards to the team’s best target over the last two contests. What dod they do best? 35 – Kyle Hamilton is called for roughing and Cam Hart for interference, so this was gong to be a first down no matter what. Also called a du-rag or do-rag, it is essentially a piece of cloth that ties around the head, durag for sale yet this simple construction belies several connotations. Part 2: We quickly talked about the first nine levels. I am not writing this to discuss that part of the story.