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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Pinstripe Bowl vs. Wisconsin Badgers Edition



The Miami Hurricanes were blown up in the New Era Pinstripe shell and lost 35-3 to the Wisconsin Badgers.

Here is our game report by Dylan Sherry

Here are our 3 stars from the game of Matt Washington

And now we come to The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

  • Senior S. Jaquan Johnson With One early interception to keep the game at 14-0
  • Miami set a record for TFLs in the middle of the 2nd quarter
  • . Senior S Jaquan Johnson had an outstanding game in his final in Miami. 1
    3 takes and an interception. Thank you, 4!
  • Senior LB Mike Smith took on a bigger role than rotation and had a huge game. 10 tackles, 1.5 TFL, 1.5 sacks. Yeoman's work in his finale for The U.
  • freshman K. Bubba Baxa made his only kick of the night, a 33-yard FG. These were the only points Miami scored.
  • The Redshirt senior DT Tito Odenigbo played with Gerald Willis III an injury-related starring role. 5 tackles and 2.5 TFL. Fixed Night
  • The Redshirt Senior QB Malik Rosier ran for three yards with 90 yards, including a 62-yard sprint.
  • Punter Jack Spicer had 5 points on 205 yards. An average of 41.0 yards per box is a big improvement at this point. Thanks, Jack!
  • 10 tackles against loss
  • 3 sacks
  • 2 PBU
  • Wisconsin stopped at 73 yards. Which in itself is great. But ….. (we'll come back to that later)
  • Just given up a sack
  • Lost. It's shit and I hate it.
  • The announcement before the game that Tyler Gauthier would miss the game due to academics.
  • The announcement that Zach Feagles is not with the team in NYC and has decided to switch (bad timing, I understand his desire for a new start elsewhere)
  • Junior DE Joe Jackson leaves due to injury and does not return. Who knows if he could have come back to the field, but the missing number 99 violates the defense of the Canes.
  • Allowable 6/13 downconverts. Miami WHAT was the nation's leading team in the third conversion of the opponent. They are likely to end there, but 46.1% conversions are ABOUT DOUBLE which Miami has allowed for the previous season. YIKES.
  • Lose and lose as we lost. Awful. Regrettably
  • 20 first defeats admitted
  • Wisconsin time approved for 39:47
  • Authorized Doak Walker Award winner Jonathan Taylor for 205 yards and one TD.
  • Allows Wisconsin to run in common for 333 yards and 4 TDs.
  • Allowed 5.7 yards per transport.
  • Do you remember when I said that we're coming back to the fact that Wisconsin only threw 73 yards? Read the last 4 points and you will see why.
  • 169 yards offense for the game.
  • Redshirt Senior QB Malik Rosier. 5-12, 46 yards, 3 INTs. Another terrible achievement for a non-Miami caliber player, Mark Richt insisted on playing, though he did not have the physical ability to do so.
  • Next play Malik Rosier. He should never have taken a snapshot of Miami this season, and Mark Richt not only started him, but played him for almost 2.5 quarters before going to Perry. Disgusting.
  • Redshirt freshman QB N & # 39; Kosi Perry. After coming in to relieve Rosier, Perry went 1-5, 2 yards and an INT.
  • 5 Revenues (4 INTs, fumble lost)
  • Just under 20 minutes, T.O.P.
  • 3 points.
  • 3/11 at the 3rd descent.
  • 6 first defeats. TOTAL.
  • The announcers of ESPN are begging for Miami to go full-time for distribution. The repeated statements on this topic were not bad. The fact that Mark Richt wants to take the step and reject that ALWAYS SEES MIAMI SHOULD DO SCHEMATIC is the ugly part.
  • He does not play the teenagers. No Jarren Williams. No Gurvan Hall. No DJ Ivey. No Gilbert Frierson. Hardly an Amari Carter. Some Mark Pope and Daquris Wiggins, but hardly a Brian Hightower. No Marquezz Ezzard. No proof Njoku. I mean, we got a BLOWNNNNNOOUUUUTTTTTTTTT in the 4th quarter. Why NOT the children's experience?
  • There is more. Much more. MUUUUUUCCCCCHHHH MOOOOOOOOORRREEEEE. But we have almost 9 months to do all this stuff.

169 meters. 3 points. Absolute refusal to do something new or different, but rely on things that do not work. Not good enough at any level.

I know that D was penalized all night, but if you give up 333 yards and 35 points – though 21 of those points came from sales and it could have been VUCH Worse, without that the defense is a few times big – that's how you get the grade. Miami clearly lacked Gerald Willis III and just played a flat, listless game. The TFLs, sacks, INT and stops after the TOs rated this grade "high".

Starting signal fails. Short start return. But a made FG. 41.0 yards per box average. A nice 35 yard return. All in all, that's pretty average. 75% C. Passing by without gold stars.

I've said it before and I'll say it again: The decision to play Malik Rosier is flammable. The decision to play Malik Rosier is flammable. The decision to play Malik Rosier by the middle of the third quarter is, as you suspected, flammable. And that's before you get to the player shifts, game trades or schemes or the lack of emotion or other parts of the tangible results of this game, this season and the last 16 games.

Miami is 7-9 in the last 16 games, but Mark Richt is a Teflondon here in Miami. For comparison, a 10-10 strip (which included the worst loss in program history) GOT AL GOLDEN FIRED

I'll write more about that later, but suffice to say that's what we've seen What we've seen since the last 3 games of last season until tonight, for Mark Richt is absolutely, 100% fully flammable. And do not even let me start with Jon Richt, who had to leave before he even got hired here. Or Stacy Searels, whose mistakes have negatively affected this program both in the field and when recruiting.

Massive, comprehensive changes are needed, and I'll say that until they happen.

This. Was. Feuerbar


That's it for the last installment of The Good, The Bad and The Ugly for the 2018 season. It was … something. Yes. Something.

Jump in the comments and listen to your voices. I'm sure you have PLENTY to say after this sickening portrayal of football.


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