No. 10 Ohio State beat Michigan State on Saturday in East

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Lansing Youth Alex Mack Jersey , 26-6. The Buckeyes stayed alive for now in the College Football Playoff race, and both teams continued to play the exact opposite of visually pleasing football. Rather than recap the game chronologically — all you have to know there is MSU hung around until it didn’t — I’ve chronicled the long list of really ugly things that happened during it. Here it is, in no particular order: 1. The ugliest sequence in football history, in which Michigan State took an intentional safety in the THIRD QUARTER, and it actually made sense for a moment, but then the Spartans messed up everything up. It started when the Spartans had fourth-and-10 from their own 1, late in the third. They had their long snapper fire the ball through the end zone on purpose: The Buckeyes were sitting on a 7-6, lead, which grew to 9-6 here. Intentional safeties happen, but they’re almost always in the final seconds of the fourth quarter, when a team’s exclusively trying to kill clock without risking a turnover. So Stitched Vic Beasley Jersey , why now? Likely because Michigan State had been badly backed up for the whole quarter, with these starting positions on their second-half drives up to this point: Their own 5Their own 6 Their own 3Their own 1One of those drives lasted eight plays and 74 yards and led to a field goal. But the other three got snuffed out quickly, which led to Ohio State getting lots of nice starting field positions. Two of the Buckeyes’ prior three drives started at their 41 and 35. So, all the Spartans wanted to do was change field position. They figured two points were worth not letting the Buckeyes start inside midfield or so. The problem: Michigan State then free-kicked the ball out of bounds.And Ohio State started at the 50 anyway, with two free points the Spartans had given it.But! Ohio State then went three-and-out. What great stop for the MSU defense. But then, Michigan State then got pinned at its own 2 after the subsequent Buckeyes’ punt, 1 yard ahead of where it was when it took the safety.The vicious cycle was merely continuing. And it was about to get worse. And then Michigan State botched a snap on a jet-sweep motion, and Ohio State recovered in the end zone for a touchdown to make it 16-6.It was the ugliest sequence of football I’ve ever watched. But it wasn’t all! 2. This 4-yard Ohio State punt3. A 26-yard Michigan State puntDon’t let the fact that it was 22 yards longer than the above Ohio State punt distract you from the fact that Michigan State had a 26-yard punt.4. This long yet short Michigan State run, which became a 10-yard loss by way of a holding penalty5. This badly missed Ohio State field goal6. A missed 51-yard field goal by Michigan StateJust because it was long doesn’t mean it wasn’t ugly. 7. These Buckeyes trying to down this puntHere, I’m only talking about the second two Buckeyes, who look like they’re trying to put out a fire with their bodies they go after the ball. The guy who kept it out of the end zone did great and was basically the only exception to this game’s constant drabness. 8. The time both teams called two timeouts after third down Youth Vic Beasley Jersey , just for Michigan State to kick a field goal on fourth-and-1 at Ohio State’s 26At least that one went in. 9. This attempt by players on both teams to catch the ball10. Michigan State backup QB Ricky Lombardi conning Greg Schiano’s defense for 59 rushing yards on two plays, mostly untouched Look at this run ...... and look at this run, too: Haha, those were two parts of the same 47-yarder. Lombardi ran for 12 on the next one, too.11. Michigan State scoring on a 27-yard wide receiver-pass, only to have it wiped out because this offensive lineman was too far downfieldThis was the beautiful play ...... AND THIS WAS WHY IT DIDN’T COUNT: This was on the next snap after the two long Lombardi runs. 12. MSU QB Brian Lewerke’s whole first halfHe was 8-of-16 for 84 yards, then got benched. 13. Scratch that: Michigan State QBs’ entire day, combinedLewerke and Lombardi combined to go 18-of-48 for 220 yards and one pick.This game merely continued a tradition of the Spartans and Buckeyes playing exceedingly ugly contests that leave almost nobody happy. They’ve been doing this most of the time since 2015, when the Spartans won on a buzzer-beating field goal in Columbus, 17-14, and then Ezekiel Elliott blasted Ohio State’s coaching staff for not giving him the ball in a horrific offensive performance. In 2016 Stitched Matt Ryan Jersey , the Spartans won 17-16 in East Lansing against a Spartan squad that’d go on to finish 3-9. Last year was sort of an exception, an Ohio State blowout back at the Horseshoe. And now they’ve resumed this tradition of boringness in classically OSU-MSU fashion. The teams meet again on Oct. 5, 2019, and I absolutely can wait. Tim Dwight was undersized and an underdog, but he made an impact for the Falcons."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Library FalcFans Podcast on The FalcoholicContact The FalcoholicFalcons StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Falcons NewsYahoo Falcons Team PageYahoo Falcons ReportYahoo Falcons Depth ChartYahoo Falcons TransactionsYahoo Falcons PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁旻orgotten Falcons: Remembering WR and return specialist Tim Dwight New,15commentsTim Dwight was undersized and an underdog, but he made an impact for the Falcons. ESTShareTweetShareShareForgotten Falcons: Remembering WR and return specialist Tim Dwight Everyone loves the story of the little guy. The one who is hard to root against. One who defies the odds. For a 5’8, 180-pound receiver from Iowa City, Iowa, the odds were substantially against him. Yet, former Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Tim Dwight found a way to carve out a 10-year career in the NFL Youth Matt Ryan Jersey , including a Super Bowl appearance during his rookie season as a Falcon. Coming out of the University of Iowa, Dwight was a stick of dynamite for the Hawkeyes with 27 touchdowns on offense during his last three seasons, along with averages of 15.7 yards per punt return and 20.7 per kick return over the span of his career. It also did not hurt his cause in the NFL that he was a standout track star while at Iowa. So the Falcons, led by head coach Dan Reeves, decided to make Dwight an addition to the organization in the 1998 NFL Draft. Of course, selecting a small receiver in the fourth round was met with frowns and a sprinkle of head scratches. But for the role that Atlanta needed Dwight for, you can make a legitimate case it was a success. As a rookie, Dwight was third in the NFL in 1998 in yards per kick return with 27.0. During that same season, Dwight posted six games in which he totaled over 80 yards of kick returns, including back-to-back outings with 127 and 169 yards in kick returns respectively. In Super Bowl XXXIII, Dwight scored the team’s first touchdown of the game with a 94-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter to provide some kind of silver lining in an otherwise discouraging game. He also turned that performance into the second-most kick return yards in a Super Bowl in NFL history. Dwight’s second season was a bit more productive as he totaled 1 Black Jake Matthews Jersey ,861 all-purpose yards that season, which included a career-high in receiving yards (669) and receiving touchdowns (7). But what Dwight is also known for amongst the Falcons contingent is his inclusion in what may be the biggest trade in Falcons team history. Sending Dwight to the Chargers in April of 2001 allowed the Falcons to get the first overall pick in the draft, which turned out to be former quarterback Michael Vick. While he provided only three seasons of work, mainly as a returner, and was sent off for a rookie quarterback, Dwight built a solid reputation as a returner during his time in Atlanta.

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