Tical21 wrote:While I could very easily argue there wasn't enough evidence to overturn the call, thus making it a bad call, I would bet anybody 100/1 that the ball hit the ground first, so I can't bring myself to complain about it.
The Huskies are the better team, I have no doubt, but made wayyyy too many mistakes. How many dumb penalties? How many drops? Four bad plays in the kicking game. Tonight was proof that no matter how incredible of a game you play, you can't beat a good team when you can't limit the mistakes.
Excellent post. We need to limit the errors and just as Price had to learn to trust the play calling (last year), Sark has to trust his team this year. I think we're better than he thinks we are. He needs to instill discipline, then let 'em play real football. Cut the cute shit, Sark.
I was very hard on Sark last night after that dumbass pooch kick....but he does deserve a lot of credit for fielding a very good, young team. My desire to send Sark packing isn't all about Sark. It's about my belief that we will have to ultimately decide between he and Wilcox for HC. I don't want to be without Wilcox, so I am likely extra-critical of Sark.
Great game Dawgs. You're better than your record.