Its only a 'Gutsy' move if it works... Milliner owned them.
Well....imagine we're in a coaches meeting and I say.."I think we should pick out their absolute best corner and throw at him all night"..
Am I dumb or gutsy?
I'm not even sure we had a weak side last night. Belue had some great breakups and Golson had nowhere to go. I suspect Milliner got a lot of work because you end up throwing at your last checkdown because that's where you are looking when you've run out of options.
It may of started off as gutsy but ended up being stupid.
Last edited by BamaJama17; January 9th, 2013 at 06:24 AM.
Only thing I can think of is they thought they could just throw jump balls all night and Eifert would come down with them. Honestly, I haven't watched more than about a quarter's worth of domer football all year because I just can't stand the overhype when they play, but I suspect that has been their MO all year. Just throw it up and let a better athlete catch it. Only problem is, they weren't the better athletes last night.
Anywhoo, brilliance on Kelly's part that I'll gladly accept.
Going with Riz, on this one.
"He's crazy, Doc. He won't fly with me. I take good care of him, but he won't. He's crazy, alright."
"There, that's proof, isn't it?. They all say I'm crazy."
"Then why don't you ground them?"
"Why don't they ask?"
"Because they're crazy, that's why."
"Of course they're crazy. I just told you that. You can't let crazy people decide if you are crazy or not, can you?"
I would say it's gutsy the first few times you try it but, down right stupid when you do it all night long with little to no success. I loved every second of the call though, thumbs up to Brian Kelly!
Michigan tried it 1st game of the year - shoulda watched how that worked out for them.
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