Michigan State at Indiana: Talk about it here

8 comments by   |   Saturday, September 27, 2008 - 11:53 am EDT

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8 comments:
#1
MLN
Saturday, September 27, 2008 - 12:22 PM EDT

That’s a leg! Watchin’ from southern ME.

 
#2
MLN
Saturday, September 27, 2008 - 12:24 PM EDT

Watchin’ from southern ME here.

 
#3
KevinK
Saturday, September 27, 2008 - 6:52 PM EDT

Thankfully the coaching staff appeared to have the team prepared in all areas-variety on offense, defense ganged up on Ringer, and special teams blocked another punt. Sadly, penalties, turnovers, and what appeared to be HORRIBLE officiating prevented what could have been very satisfying…

Now the progress must continue, and deliver a win at Minny.

 
#4
Dynasty
Saturday, September 27, 2008 - 10:39 PM EDT

Until we have Peyton Manning as our quarterback, IU is going to always suck, I like High School football even more now..

 
#5
DT
Saturday, September 27, 2008 - 11:02 PM EDT

Dynasty,
Please tell me you’re in middle school.

 
#6
Mark
Sunday, September 28, 2008 - 6:26 AM EDT

There were many positives to be taken from this game… I thought the defense played well, especially on Ringer. Some nice blast runs and creative passing schemes. Again, penalties & turnovers killed IU. Lewis HAS to do a better job of reading defenses. He forces the ball into double and triple coverage to often. I saw better intensity and “gettin’ after it” attitude. Shame we didn’t have that last week. Hope we have it, plus more improvement next week.

 
#7
bz
Sunday, September 28, 2008 - 8:58 AM EDT

Was Korman even paying attention to the game? The main article in the sports page has quite a big error in it…IU wasn’t trailing 36-29 when they threw a bomb that was caught for a touchdown but then was called back on a holding. This call gave MSU 2 points which, according to Korman’s article, would have made the score 38-29. Can you tell me Korman, how MSU proceeded to score 4 points and win 42-29? No, you can’t because you had the score wrong it was 34-29 when the TD reversed to a safety. Nice to know our Hoosier sports writer was off in space just like some of the team. Nice work Korman!

 
#8
Juan Blanco
Sunday, September 28, 2008 - 12:34 PM EDT

Looked like a different Hoosier team. I was actually impressed with a lot of the playcalling. I loved when Kellen made the first down reception. Too bad he went down.
I don’t get the draw play on 3rd and 11 when you are gonna punt anyway. Other than that the Hoosiers look like they are improving.
Finch looks like a beast out there! He got burned on the TD pass over the middle though. I thought he could have made a play on that ball.. Officials were horrible as Kevin said.
Great game!
Good job Hoosiers…
Oh, did anyone notice Lynch? Lookin a little different than Tony Dungy hey???
Good job Hoosiers!

 


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