1 hour and 55 minutes
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Also we had to go with the audio from the Zoom call for Part 4.
starts at 1:00
Milton eh? Blake Corum, eh? Charbonnet's blocks, eh? Ben Mason ooooooooooo (stop at the whistle baby). Wide receivers fast, kinda wondering why Jake McCurry was more visible than Cornelius Johnson. All had concentration issues but Gentry speed. We didn't think to mention the line until the end which is a very good thing. Also a good thing: Gattis's playcalling and how it incorporated Harbaugh stuff.
[The rest of the writeup and the player after The Jump]
starts at 28:17
Before and After Dax (we think he'll be okay. Paige was not quite as okay in his absence. Kwity Paye, eh? Aiden Hutchinson, eh? Cam McGroon, eh? Dalton Hill, eh? Green looked fine—one push-off that was crafty work by the receiver and that was basically it. Gray still had to commit PI but he also stayed with Bateman most of the day. Edge issues popped up. OH HEY MICHAEL BARRET, EH?
3. Hot Takes, Special Teams, and Feelingsball
starts at 58:39
COVID section. Punt block was a missed stunt pickup by Josh Ross. The Barrett return was Charbonnet dodging the ball then throwing a monster block. The Haskins stick was impressive. Herbstreit tries to pronounce things.
4. Around the Big Ten wsg Jamie Mac
starts at 1:14:42
We welcome in Jamie Mac of Just Cover Blog, who's bouncing off his seat to talk about Indiana-Penn State, but can't because we want to give a good 15 minutes to Michigan State-Rutgers. Also the rest of the Big Ten happened, much of it on Maryland's face.
- “Golden Age"—TV On the Radio
- “Duck Down”—The Roots
- “Kings Left Behind”—Ikebe Shakedown
- “Across 110th Street”
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Last year Rutgers only scored 27 first-half points all of their Big Ten season, and they had 28 points yesterday.