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This is a moronic thread but the op is suggesting unl was on the take to throw the game NOT that the outcome was rigged by Chicago or Vegas.
So what's the story on Pelini going for the Tenn job?
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Especially when that coaching style is combined with "Looking for other coaching gigs" (Saban in '99, Pelini (with Tennessee) in '12)
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You certainly are a special kind of stupid.
Well thanks, elite status is not an easy thing to attain.
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Dude, stop with the conspiracy theories.
There were a few plays that totally went against us this year. But incorrect judgment calls happen sometimes.
One time, it sucks.
Twice, it's a coincidence
I'm not as frustrated with the team or coaches as I am the league and it's management, from the top on down to the clowns it employees to regulate its product.
Could MSU have overcome what happened to them? Sure but every week? I can't imagine how frustrated the people in the program must be.
Saban was out applying for other jobs each of his 5 seasons at MSU. Hence, our poor bowl records.
MSU won two close games as well. So I assume that there must have been a conspiracy against Indiana and Wisconsin too. Or using some math, if we assume that there's a 50% chance of winning a close game, a team will win 2 or fewer out of 7 about 23% of the time. Did you really think that MSU was going to win every close game?
Plus, outside of a couple questionable penalties in the Nebraska game and ruling that one fumble down against Ohio State (which was obviously a judgment call to begin with,) where have all of these game-changing conspiracy causing errors come from? Correct me if I'm wrong - thanks.
I thought that Miller fumbled the ball before he was down. Replay confirmed it was a fumble that would have likely gone the distance.
I thought that a clear hold allowed Denard to scamper down the sidelines. That too could be seen on video. Our DL got held all season long but most in this game.
Nebraska? I think you understand that one.
I expected 9-3. That would have gotten us there. Iowa and NW were probably the two that were the most on the team but still, questionable calls there too.
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