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Pflugrad getting it done

We're pretty sure most guys that read this site either know or are aware of Montana head coach Robin Pflugrad.  Coach Pflu has been coaching out west for nearly 30 years and has been the head coach at Montana for the past two seasons (prior stops include Oregon, WSU, Northern Arizona, Arizona State and Portland State).  He's got a battle on his hands today with Cal Poly; but we're pretty sure he found a few minutes to watch last night's Arizona State vs. Missouri game.

But what everyone might not have known was that both his son and daughter have made it big in college football as well. 

Pflugrad's son Aaron plays wide receiver for ASU and he went big last night on national TV pulling in eight catches for 180 yards and 2 TDs (his second straight game with 2 TDs).  

Pflugrad's daughter Amanda was a cheerleader for Oregon.

The Pflugrad's are doing well.  Now go get a win today Coach.

Jump forward to the 0:30 second mark and you can watch both of Pflugrad's TDs.

 

 

Saturday TV

Huge day today.  Hope everyone plays well and stays healthy.

All times Eastern, plenty of other games available regionally.

NFL:

None

College: 

Oregon State at Wisconsin - noon - ESPN

FAU at Michigan State - noon - ESPN2

Iowa at Iowa State - noon - FSN

Toledo at Ohio State - noon - BTN

Central Michigan at Kentucky - noon - ESPNU

Alabama at Penn State - 3:30 - ABC

Cincinnati at Tennessee - 3:30 - ESPN2

Virginia Tech at East Carolina - 3:30 - FSN

Nevada at Oregon - 3:30 - FX

TCU at Air Force - 3:30 - Versus

Stanford at Duke - 3:30 - ESPNU

Eastern Illinois at Northwestern - 3:30 - BTN

South Carolina at Georgia - 4:30 - ESPN

UTEP at SMU - 7PM - FSN

BYU at Texas - 7PM - ESPN2

Fresno State at Nebraska - 7PM - BTN

New Mexico at Arkansas - 7PM - ESPNU

Virginia at Indiana - 7PM - BTN

Utah at USC - 7:30 - Versus

Notre Dame at Michigan - 8PM - ESPN

High School:

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Attention punters

"If you're lucky enough that we trust you to run a fake, after you get the first down please get what you can and then go down or out of bounds."

Every coach in America.

In last night's Oklahoma State vs. Arizona game, Mike Gundy called a fake punt in which the punter kept it off the right edge.  The punter, Quinn Sharp, easily got the first down, then decided to stay in bounds and lower his shoulder against the defender rather than heading for the sidelines.

After the game, Gundy was quick to say that he would have been a whole lot happier if Sharp had simply headed out of bounds. 

Jump to the 5:20 mark to see the fake

 

Punter Quinn Sharp speaks about his decision to lower his shoulder rather than step out of bounds

 

Well done "Gameday" website

Arizona State hosts Missouri tonight.  We went to Arizona State's website to do a little research.  

In doing so, we found a very small (almost hidden) link to their "Gameday Central".

Their base football website is fine, similar to many other colleges.  

Gameday Central on the other hand is a winner.  Easy to navigate, and it puts all of the information you could possibly need at your fingertips.  Seriously, every team should have a page as simple and functional as this.

Highlights...first, everything you need is visible.  Ticket info, gameday parking, etc...but more importantly, schedule, results, stats, quotes, pics, roster (both teams), two-deep (both teams), game notes (both teams), media guide (both teams), etc...TV, radio links, gametracker link, twitter, facebook, etc...really, all in one spot.  

We're not sure why we had such a hard time finding the link to this page from their normal "football" webpage; but wow, Gameday Central is a page that every team in America should replicate.  

Arizona State: All Black

Missouri plays at Arizona State tonight in a nationally broadcast game (10:30 on ESPN).  

ASU will be debuting their new all black uniforms and helmets tonight.

The black uniforms have been extremely well received by the players and we hear the recruits in the area love them as well.  

The game itself should be a fun one to watch.  We're especially interested to see how Mizzou defensive coordinator Dave Steckel's defense performs against Noel Mazzone's offense.  Mazzone's squad had 11 scoring drives last season that took under 1:10...and they had two last week under 1:33.  In their opener last week against UC Davis, ASU put up 48 points and racked up over 500 yards.  We suspect Stec's defense won't be as accommodating. 

We can't imagine that you're wondering; but if you were wondering about the black unis being hot to play in at night, this ASU professor says you can rest easy...the black won't make them any hotter at night.  Whew.

 

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