I didn’t catch this game. I was completely in the dark on it until I heard the final score shouted out about an hour after the half-empty stadium completely emptied. I caught up with the message board vitriol a little around midnight, and otherwise was out of the loop until getting a viewing in Tuesday morning. It wasn’t quite what I was expecting…I guess I had more of a Grant Noel-type game in mind. Not that this was a pleasant review, knowing what was coming.
One positive of the broadcast was that Mark Herzlich did a good job calling the game. He reminds me of Chris Spielman and Daryl Johnston when they were starting out. Nothing flashy, speaks to what he knows, calls it fairly, walks back wrong reads, and he’s ten times smarter than most analysts. A few times I thought I’d found a play I’d write up, and then he’d explain it and make my thoughts redundant; with that in mind, I’m not as video-heavy today.
We saw some things we wanted to see. On defense, you knew BC would have a few runs just because of who had the ball, but overall the interior d-line played well. Jarrod...
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