Maybe they should see if some of these kids are still on campus. If I understand the rules and can add right it looks like the winner made 3 kicks from the 40. I think I know the kid too.
He is under the Magic Mystery bus with some friends atleast.
The previous coach, while playing for the fg the whole time, placed the ball on the right hashmark. In fact he ran Stevie right on the last play.
By doing so, he was able to make the angle extreme for a walk on freshman facing the biggest kick he ever attempted.
Another in the What the **** Dan moments
At KU in 05, same thing. Then, when KU took over, they ran all their plays to the middle of the field, so their game-winning FG was a straight shot.
When Chizik set up for the last-second FG against Iowa this year, they ran their plays to the middle of the field, so that the FG was only a PAT. I was so elated I almost cried.
Nevertheless, a D-IA kicker ought to be able to make a 40-yard field goal from either hash mark.
That is all Darts knows how to do. He turns every thread into I hate Mac and you love him. You could be talking about Anna Kornikova. He would bring up the fact that she is from Florida via Russia. Mac now lives in Florida. You love Mac and Hate Chizik. That is how Darts180 rolls.Quote:
Let's not turn this into another "this is the mess Mac left us" thread ok?
IMO up to this point he has been very respectful of Shaggy and his poor performance this year. If he's going to hold every other starter to a high level and openly discuss players need to perform, why wouldn't he do the same for Shaggy? Shaggy's scholarship is a full ride, not a reduced scholarship that exempts him from criticism.
It seems to me that Chizek was just trying to make light of the question- basically emphasizing that nobody is pushing Shaggy.