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Just now, btownqb said:

I still cannot believe someone can get kicked out for what Micah did. 

It is the wussification of sports today.  The roughing the passer call was ridiculous as well.  You can't play really football anymore and they should probably should just go to flag football.

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2 minutes ago, IU Scott said:

HH is October 2.  I was going to say this but thought better of it.

When it comes to IU sports I am ambidextrous and can handle both football and basketball at the same time. Looking forward to the rest of the football season and Woody’s first.

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Just now, Leathernecks said:

 

 

I really feel bad for Penix. Seems like a great kid, has worked hard to come back from serious season ending injuries (multiple times) but for whatever reason, and no fault of their own, some kids are just injury prone. Hope he is OK.

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2 minutes ago, IU878176 said:

I really feel bad for Penix. Seems like a great kid, has worked hard to come back from serious season ending injuries (multiple times) but for whatever reason, and no fault of their own, some kids are just injury prone. Hope he is OK.

Jonathan Bender comes to mind 

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2 minutes ago, Hoosier51 said:

I am a big Penix fan but with the injuries and his play so far this season it might be time to go all in with Tuttle.

I’m leaning this way and the WKU game is an ideal time to give him first team snaps rather than waiting until the @PSU game.

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26 minutes ago, btownqb said:

No real question the offense needs to be better, but it's also pretty easy to see how many points we left on the board. 

Their defense had momentum building plays.. why can't ours? 

We should have scored absolutely no less than 34... I think everyone can see that. 

I just think pretending that the offense wasn’t worse than it was because of the great position (field) that the defense gave them is short sighted. We can’t just wait for them to make a big play…offense needs to play with more urgency and much much sharper. Left too many points on the field and honestly had a hard time sustaining drives. They are struggling mightily…I’m not going to let the close game distract me from that. We’ve played two quality opponents and I’ve been hugely disappointed by our offense in both. OL pass protection and qb play. 

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8 minutes ago, Hoosier51 said:

Jonathan Bender comes to mind 

Mo Creek

Same story as Penix: talented kid, big heart, head in the right place, but can’t shake the injury bug. 
 

They describe thoroughbred horses as locomotives with champagne glasses for ankles. Guys like Creek and Penix fit that mold. 

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do you realize how closely someone in the booth had to be watching for a game changing call on the Hoosiers. McFadden barely contact I don't think the qbs head even moved. Correct me if I'm wrong but if the ref blows the play dead on the field it can not be reviewed? 

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4 minutes ago, dgambill said:

I just think pretending that the offense wasn’t worse than it was because of the great position (field) that the defense gave them is short sighted. We can’t just wait for them to make a big play…offense needs to play with more urgency and much much sharper. Left too many points on the field and honestly had a hard time sustaining drives. They are struggling mightily…I’m not going to let the close game distract me from that. We’ve played two quality opponents and I’ve been hugely disappointed by our offense in both. OL pass protection and qb play. 

I don't think anyone, including anyone on staff, would disagree. 

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1 minute ago, Zlinedavid said:

Mo Creek

Same story as Penix: talented kid, big heart, head in the right place, but can’t shake the injury bug. 
 

They describe thoroughbred horses as locomotives with champagne glasses for ankles. Guys like Creek and Penix fit that mold. 

Yeah forgot about him, he is another what could have been.

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