Falls Tarts Week 6: College Football Won’t Make It Go All The Way

Anyone who has watched Monday Night Football for the past several decades knows one phrase that Chris Berman used when recounting a separate touchdown appearing in 3 minutes of the Sunday events they collected each week: He can… go… all… the way…!

But what if he couldn’t? What if he can’t even get half way? What if he can’t even take off? What would this look like?

we will…

A video clip surfaced online last Thursday courtesy of the Big Ten Network in which they asked every major soccer coach in the conference what, in their opinion, the sport’s most exaggerated statistic.

If President Kirk Ferencs from Iowa Hawkeyes He did not express his contempt for you, fans, clearly enough, he made it clear with his answer.

“Offensive yardage.”

Basing on a joke is usually fun and a sign of humility to count on. In his case, though, it’s a cunning middle finger that implicitly includes “Even if what you’re saying is true, what are you going to do about it?”

Anyway, his words were noticeably bad, but we’ll get to that soon!

As you may remember, last year, he was one of the members Indiana Hoosiers He walked out of the tunnel in a T-shirt that read “INDINIA” on the front.

Fox Sports had a different designation for Crossroads of America:

yes. Fox Sports’ preliminary sketches referred to them as “Indians.”

For some reason they figured out how to spell Michigan

Judging from this video, Kirk clearly thought that defense, special teams and some lucky rebounds in time would be enough to beat Illinois as it had been for several years.

In the second quarter, the Hockey family put that to the test. There was a sequence of events where:

  1. They started driving alone 27
  2. 16
  3. He recovered the ball after it bounced off the return helmet, and Illinois received 35
  4. Lost 6 yards in 3 plays
  5. stole again
  6. They were forced into a confusion in the second play of the Illinois at their next lead, and reclaimed at the Illinois 5-yard line
  7. Backed up to 23 with incomplete, dash for 3 loss and 15 yard penalty
  8. Gained 9 yards at 3 down
  9. Moved to Illinois 9 via Illinois offside penalty
  10. Kick field goal 27 yards

So…Iowa had a sequence where they turned 18 offensive plays, lost 21 yards in those plays, chased once, recovered a trip, chased again, recovered another confusion and kicked a field target.

If your team needs to do all of this to get 3 points, you can consider changing the offensive coordinator.

Illini fight Quarterback Artur Sitkowski is no stranger to Fall’s Tarts, having taken part in what he overwhelmingly called the Tart of the Year 2019

When Big Time Tommy DeVito fell in the first quarter against Iowa, it was Art’s time once again to shine. With an Illinois penchant for Chase Brown and a focus more on keeping the strings moving than doing cut plays, Art was fairly patient, scoring 7 of his first 9. By the fourth quarter, he had posted the following:

This is absolutely true. I checked it several times. Art Sitkowski was 10 for 15 for 16 yards. This is made possible by numerous throws near the line of scrimmage and specifically by poorly executed on-screen plays that lost 6 and 9 yards (which also made one of the moves from the previous tarte)

In the ensuing drive, Sitkowski threw the firing laser to the left side, and Brian Hightor hit the defender well with a stride. Two plays after that, scramble for 11 yards. Receiver Jonah Morris rarely made a sports catch at the Iowa 8 and Sitkowski was cooking.

Chase Brown took the ball to the 4-yard line, then OC Barry Lunney, with the nation’s leading captain on the backcourt, called the play passes. Sitkowski rolled right and looked down, Pat Bryant being covered by Cooper Diggin with Quinn Schulte’s safety sitting there covering the area as well.

I was more than a hundred yards away in the Southern Horseshoe region watching this play as it proceeded to the North End Precinct. Sitkowski threw the ball and immediately started screaming.

In the end, Sitkowski finished 13 for 19 for 74 yards, no touchdown and pick. This was eerily similar to his winning streak in the game last year Pennsylvania state The contest when he went 8 for 19 for 38 yards, with no touchdowns and picks.

It definitely looks like he’s starting a confrontation Minnesota.

With another chance to get the last two yards of the field to the goal line, Jimbo Fisher Texas A&M Aegis Line up to go kill the mighty Alabama. Under little pressure, Heinz King threw a strike at the receiver who was walking a short way back.

Even if he had caught her, he would have been on the sidelines in a second.

At some point when you’re rolling, it’s time to decide if you’re going to dump the ball or try to run for the first time. We have a name for this point. It’s called the line of scrimmage.

FloridaGambler in the section below rolls right. It’s four and 17 out of 18, so North Carolina Don’t click or even look for a fake. One guy chases while the gambler steps in, but he minds. He actually will! He can make it 17 yards!

After a few yards from the sticks he revisits, he remembers being a soccer player and kicks. You can not do that!

Legendary official’s call to expel Turner Corcoran from Nebraska – The Indiana game won last week’s vote for Tart of the Week

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Tart week!

  • 13%

    Kirk Ferenc speaks

    (21 votes)

  • 46%

    Kirk Ferencs walks

    (71 votes)

  • 1%

    Jimbo came into the king, missed badly

    (3 votes)

  • 21%

    The gambler refuses glory

    (33 votes)


152 votes total

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