College Football Week 10: #21 Nebraska At Michigan State
|With the win against Michigan last week, Bo Pelini’s team is in the driver’s seat to reach the Big Ten championship. Nebraska can’t afford a slip-up in East Lansing.||Coaching||Two games back in the Legends Division, Michigan State is more likely to play spoiler going forward than anything else. Mark Dantonio and the Spartans upset Wisconsin last week and will continue to face teams with Big Ten titles hopes.|
|Taylor Martinez tweaked his ankle last week but Nebraska kept plugging away against Michigan’s stout defense and eventually put some points on the board. When healthy and clicking, this is a dangerous offense.||Offense||No matter how you slice it, this offense has been bad. Michigan State needed overtime to get 16 points last week.|
|Though Denard Robinson missed the second half last week, Nebraska’s strong defensive performance was still commendable. Michigan State shouldn’t pose much of a threat, so expect another solid game.||Defense||Michigan State is 5-4, as opposed to, say, 3-6, because its defense is one of the best in the country.|
|Nebraska’s special teams have been bad; the Cornhuskers are 106th in Football Outsiders’ efficiency rankings.||Special Teams||Only three schools have attempted more field goals than the Spartans, which have made 16 of 22.|
The winner is
More Tales of the tape
Round Of 16 In 2014 World Cup: USA vs. Belgium
The United States have advanced to the Round of 16 in back-to-back World Cup’s for the first time in history. After getting second place in Group G, USA will face Group H winner Belgium. Belgium, who is full of immensely talented players that play in EPL, is ranked 12th in the World heading into the tournament. Unlike the last two games for the Yanks, striker Jozy Altidore will be listed questionable for Tuesday’s game in Salvador, Brazil. Two of the world’s best keepers will go toe to toe at the Arena Fonte Nova stadium.
Tale Of The Tape: Winter Olympics In Sochi Vs. FIFA World Cup In Brazil
With both sites having their share of issues in hosting major international sporting events, we went to the tape to decide who was the worst host of 2014.
Tale Of The Tape: LeBron James Decision 1 Vs. Decision 2
Let’s compare LeBron James’ first decision to leave the Cavs to his decision to opt out with the Heat.