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LOL, Burke two stops in a row.
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
Craft with a Brock Lesnar-caliber forearm to the head.
craft is such a dirty player
Such a gritty play by Craft!
Matta isn't pissed.
If Dez Wells makes that same foul at UNC, it's a flagrant.
Michigan might have worse speakers than us
Wow....completely out of control there.
Ball don't like, shitbird.
Tough lost, Craft.
Detroit Hustles Harder
Craft showing kids everywhere what not to do
That's a foul.
Go away, KA!
That was 'out of craft'
Dickie V talking about YOU HAVE TO BLOW THE WHISTLE THERE, 30 seconds after YOU DON'T WANT THE REFS TO DETERMINE THE OUTCOME OF THE GAME, BAAAAAAABY.
And that's why you don't let your unathletic white players drive the lane.
Vitale and tirico? Are idiots by saying not calling the flagrant in that situation is "common sense.". Craft was clearly going for the head in frustration which is the purpose of the rule. Because calling it would negate a potential game ending play is not a matter of common sense.
Every family member of an Ohio State player HATES Craft. This I know.
Its just hilarious that we got a crystal football more recently than Michigan
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by b1210k 17 months ago
Make another edit, because this doesn't make sense either
Picture didn't attach but the rest of it seems to make perfect sense. Michigan wouldn't get the Coach's Trophy unless they finished first in the Coach's Poll.
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