Saturday, November 26, 2016

Fire Dave Warner; Vomit to Jesus Harbaugh

Michigan State got its ass kicked by Penn State... Tyler O'Conner has graduated, thankfully, he is AWFUL and will go down in history as among the least effective QBs in MSU history.  I am so thankful this season is over.  Offensive Coordinator Dave Warner should be fired for his poor scheming based on the underrated talent - all year long. Yes, Warner should be given a pink slip.

Here he is, their savior, Jesus Harbaugh

But, I can't stand Jesus Harbaugh, crying after their loss to Ohio State.  He is a sissy.  And the scUM crowd are also crying like school girls.  How embarrassing. Grow up: Jesus is whining so much I can't stand it.  Here is my response: MAKE ANOTHER PLAY. Otherwise, shut up!

I can't wait for the opportunity to kick your ass next year, Michigan.  What an awful, arrogant nation. Excuse me while I go to the bathroom to throw up.

Just some reactions to Harbaugh's whining:

Rooting for the asteroid

MSU 3-8/1-7. #8 Penn State 9-2/7-1

Sagarin Ratings: MSU #54, Penn State #15

Saturday, November 26, 2016.
3:30 pm ET.
Beaver Stadium, East Lansing, MI

Weather: 41 degrees, partly cloudy, 11 mph winds
Line: Penn State by 11 1/2

ES just had discussions with Joe over a possible tie in college football.  It can.  It is either a nuke or an asteroid hitting Columbus.  I'm rooting for the asteroid.   Or, it would be great to see these two thugs, Urban Meyer and Jesus Harbaugh, drop the gloves and have a slugfest at mid-field.

Oh, I'm sorry.  Back to MSU vs Penn State.  ES has been to State College, Happy Valley, whatever you want to call it.  About the most remote place on earth.  It's in the middle of nowhere, 60 miles from nothingsville.  The only thing to do is football.  And, that stadium is LOUD.

Fro the Peanut Barrel, the picks...

Jill picks MSU
Joe: MSU 19-17
Brad: PSU 28-17
ES sez:  PSU 38-20
Rick:  MSU 24-21
Phil:  MSU 21-14

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Dance with the girl who brought you to the party

I'm pissed.

OK, I didn't agree with going for two.  But, it's ok - I accept it.  What I am NOT fine with, is that if you are going for two, give it to LJ Scott.  Give him the F*king ball.  It isn't rocket science.  It was a 17-16 game, MSU just scored... 4 minutes left... and...  Instead, the dummy, offensive coordinator Dave Warner, got cute and let Tyler O'Connor throw the ball.


It makes no sense.  Just none.  If you would have handed LJ the ball, he would have scored the 2-points.  Take a time out.  Think about it.  Get it right.  I don't care.  Just don't let TO throw it.  He's awful.

Don't you get it?  Are you half-blind?

LJ Scott had a career game. 236 total yards on offense - 160 on the ground, 76 through the air.  Give him the rock.  Shit, let LJ throw it instead of TO.

Dance with the girl who brought you to the party.  In other words, give Scott the ball.  Ohio State couldn't stop him.

Give him the damn ball.  Instead, Dave Warner pulls a play out of the damn John L. "Let me outsmart myself" Smith playbook with TO and the ball gets picked off.

Stupid.  Oh well, the team played hard and again the coaches screwed up.  I can't wait for this season to end.

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Michigan State vs Ohio State in the Freezing Cold

MSU 3-7/1-6. #2 Ohio State 9-1/7-1.

Sagarin Ratings: MSU #60, Ohio State #2

Saturday, November 12, 2016. 12:00 pm ET.
Spartan Stadium,
East Lansing, MI
Weather: 38 degrees, snow, 22 MPH winds.  This is going to be awful.

Line: Ohio State by 25

Ohio State has no chance.  I feel for the Buckeyes, running into the Spartan buzz-saw after our demolition of Rutgers.

Skooz:  MSU 21-17
ES: OSU 58-10

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Spartans send historic program to history

Ohio State.  Penn State.  Watch out.

The Spartans' 49-0 performance against Rutgers over the most storied, historic football program sent shockwaves across the country.  What an incredible performance against a school that created the sport we know today as "college football."

Thanks, Big Bob. Or were you saluting the mighty Knights of Rutgers?


Colar Kuhns was stellar leading the Spartans again, as the all-time Spartan passing completions leader was brilliant on a 5-yard pass in the flat to All-American wideout Darrell Stewart.  Brilliant. It  was the play of the game that secured the field position to ensure the mighty Scarlet Knights could not come back from the commanding 49-point deficit. While the Big Green punted on the next play (for the first time all game), the pass ensured the impending shut-out as an ending to the historic  match up.

You have to give Coach Dantonio credit.  This Rutgers team was by far the toughest team that Michigan State had faced all year.  The vaunted Knight offense amassed an astonishing 149 total yards on the day, including 40 in the air!  Their quarterback, Giovanni Roscigno, returned home to his native state to make his hometown of Warren proud with a pedestrian 6-of-18 effort (2 completed to the other team) to rack up those 40 yards (can you say "trailer park effort" three times fast!).  It was astonishing the Spartans survived the aerial assault.  Yes, this Spartan defense is for real: the bend-but-don't-break effort works, especially against top-shelf competition such as the State University of New Jersey.

Luckily, LJ Scott picked a good day to have his best performance of the season (122 yards on 20 carries)... otherwise, the Spartans likely would not have had a chance against the mighty NJSU footballers. For the first time this year, Coach Dantonio avoided using Scott on third downs (he ran only once on third down), thus letting him go nuts against the stingy Rutgers unit.

The game was an instant classic, and will be played on BTN and ESPN as "The Game of the Year" in perpetuity.  Let's be honest.  In 5-10 years, "Colar" will be among the most popular baby names as current young Spartan (and Rutgers) fans will name their kids after the walk-on QB's remarkable performance, remembering their place and time during his vaunted effort.

ES was impressed. As such, after the game, the ES rolled into the Peanut Barrel and challenged a significant donor to Rutgers that the Knights had 5 years to reach mediocrity: $100 or bust.  The clock is ticking.

Good luck and God Bless!  
And Michigan?  Huh, that team lost to a corn-field team in 1985 with Jesus as quarterback, and again Saturday with the same Jesus as coach.  LOL.

Next game:  Ohio State. The Buckeyes don't have a chance vs the Spartans this side of Toledo. Wow, are we rolling!

Friday, November 11, 2016

Michigan State vs Rutgers. TOILET SCUM BOWL.

Last week was the Toilet Bowl.  This week?  You know what happens after a sewage backup, and see all the SCUM - a.k.a. hair, pee, barf, & other crap within and around the edges?  That's this game.

MSU 2-7/0-6. Rutgers 2-7/0-6.
Sagarin Ratings: MSU #67, Rutgers #111

Saturday, November 12, 2016.
12:00 pm ET.
Spartan Stadium, East Lansing, MI
Weather: 45 degrees, sunny, 10 mph wins

Line: MSU by 14-1/2 (really?)

ES sez:  Rutgers 27-25
Norm (PB):  MSU 17-10
Skooz (PB):  MSU 35-24
Staci (PB): Rutgers W by 7
Brandy (hottie at the bar):  We lose
Lucas (dude at the bar): MSU 28-13
Brock:  Rutgers 26-21
Rick: MSU 35-21

Saturday, November 05, 2016

TOILET BOWL Saturday: Michigan State vs Illinois

MSU 2-6/0-5. Illinois 2-6/1-4
Sagarin Ratings: MSU #61, Illinois #85

Saturday, November 5, 2016.
12:00 pm ET.
Memorial Stadium, Champaign-Urbana, IL
Weather: 60 degrees, partly cloudy
TV: ESPN News.

Line: MSU by 8 (really?)

Oh my, how the mighty have fallen.  We BIG GREEN NATION are playing at Noon today, on ESPN... News.  LOL.  'Nuff said.

Well, a six-game losing streak ain't much fun.  Today's game is do-or-die for a bowl; but we can call today's game the Toilet Bowl.  Whoever loses is the crap of the Big Ten this season.

Last week, the ES just didn't understand why coach D didn't start Lewerke - if there is one fault of Dantonio, it is that he is too loyal.  Lewerke moves the offense, he has better vision and makes better decisions.  The team gets a shot of jet fuel with him in.  Bummer for us, because...  with Lewerke out for the season with a broken leg, coach D doesn't have many options. However, Tyler O'Connor is not a winner.  He just cannot make the good throw and just can't get it done.  The offense is lethargic with TO behind center.

The ES would play Damion Terry the rest of the season; why not give him the work?  At least he has another year of eligibility.

ES sez:  MSU 38, Chief Illiniwek 28
Ronnie:  MSU 28-24
Brock:  Illinois 19-17
Rick:  MSU 31-21
Carly:  MSU 21-10