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Quote from: Toby Taff on December 14, 2013, 11:55:36 PMQuote from: wildcat11 on December 14, 2013, 11:10:46 PMFeel terrible for the player that dropped that probable game winning touchdown. That's one that I don't think you'll ever shake off.I hope he does. Dude was a freshman RB I'm not sure had caught a pass all season. I didn't know who he was
Quote from: wildcat11 on December 14, 2013, 11:10:46 PMFeel terrible for the player that dropped that probable game winning touchdown. That's one that I don't think you'll ever shake off.
Quote from: amonachino on December 15, 2013, 12:10:13 PMEver here the phrase "what was he thinking"? What that phrase is really saying "He was not thinking at all" After reading the game recap from the UWW vs UMHB I can not believe what the Head coach who is up for "coach of the year" of UMHB did on 4 and 3 for a TD. Other posts have said to have a play for such a situation, sounds like a good plan, play to win, another good idea, and if you do not make it they have the ball inside the 5 with 3 mins. left. You are counting on the same def. to stop them after the FG as you are if you do not make it. The only difference is you may not get the ball back, plus they get great field position after the kick off. If you do not get the ball back, that 4th and 4 for the win sounds really great, especially if you have a great play for that situation. If I was a fan of UWW i had to be so plea with the no thinking decision. Better if you are a UMHB fan that they were down 16-10, the head coach hopefully would have gone for it. And if he did not make it, he hoped his Def. would keep them inside the 20 for another try to win. difficult way to lose a game. I know the drop pass hurt an awful lot. There are no guarantees in football or life. this was like paying alot for nothing in return. sorry to see you lose.