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1 hour ago, temptation said:

Kid owns the MSU secondary.

That kid is tearing it up right now....hope he keeps rolling and stays healthy.  Reuniting with Coach DeBoer was absolutely the best for them both.

https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/uw-husky-football/uws-michael-penix-jr-enters-heisman-conversation-after-dazzling-start/

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3 hours ago, Bash Riprock said:

That kid is tearing it up right now....hope he keeps rolling and stays healthy.  Reuniting with Coach DeBoer was absolutely the best for them both.

https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/uw-husky-football/uws-michael-penix-jr-enters-heisman-conversation-after-dazzling-start/

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Small sample size for me anyway as I did not keep tabs on him prior, but DeBoer strikes me as a potential future NFL guy.  Seems like an offensive mastermind.

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2 hours ago, temptation said:

Small sample size for me anyway as I did not keep tabs on him prior, but DeBoer strikes me as a potential future NFL guy.  Seems like an offensive mastermind.

Thus the comment that I hope he keeps it going and stays injury free.  But as you say, he's had some success against MSU

I agree about DeBoer....never say never, but I would not be shocked with him eventually moving on to the NFL

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2 hours ago, temptation said:

Small sample size for me anyway as I did not keep tabs on him prior, but DeBoer strikes me as a potential future NFL guy.  Seems like an offensive mastermind.

He has a great gig in Washington after absolutely moving his way up the NAIA ranks at his alma mater in South Dakota. Think he can absolutely be a winner with Washington's pedigree, but ultimately conference alignment may dictate things. Not sure if Washington survives if they aren't eventually invited to the B10. He's moved each of the last 4 seasons so from Fresno St to Indiana back to Fresno State and then this last year to Washington so he may be ready to give it a rest for awhile, but Nebraska would be nuts not take a look at him. 

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28 points given up in the 2nd quarter is inexcusable. While they have played well late in this game, the hole they put themselves in is too deep. I have only seen the 2nd half, but Bazelak has been off target most of the half. UC's QB getting banged up seems to have had an impact on their offense this half. 

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1 hour ago, Bash Riprock said:

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The bottom 3 teams are all big ten teams now. Northwestern has just `10 less than IU and Rutgers has 15 less. Those 3 teams are also well over 1200 games. Interesting to see that Rutgers has played the most games at 1383 and has the most seasons played at 151. That 151 is 9 games more than Michigan who has the 2nd most. 

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11 hours ago, SenatorFan said:

I don’t see this team winning another game this year.

Might eek out 1, maybe 2 more as neither Rutgers or Purdue is very good, but very well could have seen IU’s final win last week.

Last 2 minutes of the first half has been a microcosm of Tom Allen’s career and really IU football in a nutshell for the last century. Down 14 with the ball on 4th and inches and you blink and IU is somehow down 28. It’s incredible how poorly coached IU is.

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7 minutes ago, Footballking16 said:

Might eek out 1, maybe 2 more as neither Rutgers or Purdue is very good, but very well could have seen IU’s final win last week.

Last 2 minutes of the first half has been a microcosm of Tom Allen’s career and really IU football in a nutshell for the last century. Down 14 with the ball on 4th and inches and you blink and IU is somehow down 28. It’s incredible how poorly coached IU is.

It seems like IU is never ready to play to start the game.....

Also, I am tired of a coach acting like "Jo Jo the Circus Boy" every time a decent play is made.  Act like the performance is what you expect.  The head coach should be a CEO, and acting like a spaz on the sideline is tough to watch.  Be their "best buddy" after they graduate....Expect greatness.

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