ScoopTalk: In which we are amazed by the genius of Matt Canada and Indiana’s porous run defense


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  • TsaoTsuG says:

    I agree with the tenor of most everything said here. Only one place I really disagree: the 69 yard TD came after the Hoosiers were able to get off the field, get off the field, score and it looked as if they were about to do it again…and BAM…69 yards on 3rd down with 16 seconds to go. The point is you could feel the field tilting back to us, when we turned the boat over.

    At that point…we died.

    Good comment DD that the ‘center of program gravity’ feel didn’t have to be. We got way ahead of ourselves. Back to getting into becoming a normal, competitive B1G team. Most fans understand that.

  • Hoosier Clarion says:

    Good to know how long the measuring stick is and our location on it.

  • Cln says:

    I dreamt that when I woke up this morning Wisconsin had scored more points during the night.

  • coachv says:

    “…talking about rose ball and all that jazz.” yeah.

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