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About MichiganCardinal

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  1. I'm glad the vote was unanimous though. The whole Iowa/Nebraska vs. all saga into Nebraska/Iowa/O$U vs. all saga into a 7v7 vote saga was stupid. The B1G is supposed to be more mature than that.
  2. Probably should have been an "/s" at the back end of my post. Because the lack of it is just shocking to me. /s
  3. Seeing political ad after political ad watching the Lions game. Almost like the politicians who bitched about athletes keeping politics out of sport can't keep politics out of sport.
  4. Notable that I don't think KJ has been on the field since the dud of a first drive.
  5. Maybe a small school, I think some of those OAA schools could out-compete him.
  6. I figured it was a case where they were equally suckish and they figured it would be easier to go Trubisky --> Foles than Foles --> Trubisky
  7. It's automatic by rule, if he flags it he has to toss him. That said, the NFL pretty boys wouldn't have been flagged on that.
  8. Really expected that dumb ****ery to lead to the first TD of the game. Good job on the D to step up and on Trubisky to step down.
  9. Has anyone complained about kickoffs yet? New era of kickoffs are still stupid.
  10. I would do this for fun, but I don't want to be the first to give a favorable record to Detroit just to be laughed at...
  11. Nah, dude wants a ring before he goes. #OnePride #GridironHeros
  12. 4.12(c) Comment: "If immediately prior to the call of a suspended game, a substitute pitcher has been announced but has not retired the side or pitched until the batter becomes a base runner, such pitcher, when the suspended game is later resumed may, but is not required to start the resumed portion of the game. However, if he does not start he will be considered as having been substituted for and may not be used in that game." Looks like your question is more along the lines of the requirements of the entering pitcher though, and there is no reason he wouldn't be subject to the same requirements of everybody else. 5.10(g): "For National Association play only, the starting pitcher or any substitute pitcher is required to pitch to a minimum of three consecutive batters, including the batter then at bat (or any substitute batter), until such batters are put out or reach first base, or until the offensive team is put out, unless the starting pitcher or substitute pitcher sustains injury or illness which, in the umpire-in-chief’s judgment, incapacitates him from further play as a pitcher."
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