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Posted: 10/29/2011 11:05:51 AM

Can the freshman QB from Indiana attack NU's weak defense?Maybe - Maybe Not.

I hope NU comes out and plays well today.  IU and NU always play competitive/close games.  I am thinking this will be the same.  Persa's new turf toe injury should make him even slower.  I see Fitz going conservative on offense by trying to control the clock via the ground game.  He doesn't want to risk turnovers on the road.

IU's head coach is Kevin Wilson.  Former Asst an NU.  He is a jackwagon by the way.  He sees this as his best opp to win Big Ten game.  He would love nothing more then to beat a former team he coached.  He is very creative and will find a way to exploit NU's weak D.

IU +8.5, Under 62, I believe this could be a good ML opp for Indiana.

NU 30 IU 27

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Posted: 10/29/2011 11:06:38 AM
love it, i think it's a great chance for indiana to steal a game outright
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Posted: 10/29/2011 11:08:04 AM
remember, Persa does have turf toe, which is one of the worst "minor" injuries you can have as a player.  Persa is not a pocket passer and if that toe starts acting up, gg Persa.  NW back up isn't shabby, but personally, the woes of Northwestern go far beyond which QB will play.
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Posted: 10/29/2011 11:11:02 AM

capper:  yes, I posted that he has turf toe.  I belive it's his left foot.  The same side as his previous achilles injury.

I hope he plays well but I Kain Colter will see more snaps and possibly Sieman too.

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Posted: 10/29/2011 11:13:09 AM
Which is key because right handed QBs throw off their left foot.


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Posted: 10/29/2011 11:48:39 AM
U mean landing foot is his left.
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Posted: 10/29/2011 1:19:30 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Cornerstone:

Can the freshman QB from Indiana attack NU's weak defense?Maybe - Maybe Not.

I hope NU comes out and plays well today.  IU and NU always play competitive/close games.  I am thinking this will be the same.  Persa's new turf toe injury should make him even slower.  I see Fitz going conservative on offense by trying to control the clock via the ground game.  He doesn't want to risk turnovers on the road.

IU's head coach is Kevin Wilson.  Former Asst an NU.  He is a jackwagon by the way.  He sees this as his best opp to win Big Ten game.  He would love nothing more then to beat a former team he coached.  He is very creative and will find a way to exploit NU's weak D.

IU +8.5, Under 62, I believe this could be a good ML opp for Indiana.

NU 30 IU 27







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