Michigan @ ND - quick recap I think Jello and I were both too exhausted to post after our game last night. For the 3rd user game in a row for me, it went to the wire. ND won 41-34 on a TD with 45 seconds left. I opted to go for it on 4th and 1 from inside the 10 with 1:45 left, knowing that neither of our offenses had really been stopped all game. That allowed me to burn a little clock and the last of Jello's timeouts. Jello still managed to get inside my 40 before time ran out. Great game Jello. No punts for either team. The only non-scoring drives of the game happened when I stopped Jello's fake punt attempt just a couple yards short of the 1st down, and when he put a big hit on Rudolph that caused a fumble inside the Michigan 20 (I need to stop trying to truck everyone with Kyle R and just cover the damn ball). Oh and Jello, I checked the replay after the game and the ball was definitely out before he hit the ground. My RB controversy was solved early when Jonas Gray took a handoff on the first play of the game 70+ yards for a TD, and then took the next handoff 60+ yards to inside the 5. I had a 2 td lead at halftime, but Jello got the ball first in the 2nd half and scored and then forced that fumble and scored to tie it up. Forcier was unstoppable. It felt like every time he got tackled he fell forward for 3 more yards. I thought I was playing Dwyer again. And he was dead-on with the passing game. Clausen was as well. Jello's offense is fun to watch. I'm guessing it's the Florida playbook, there are some crazy formation things going on. He nailed me with the Tebow fake-run-step-back pass. The FS I was controlling totally bit and left the middle open for an easy TD. Oh and Jello, something interesting I noticed. On my last drive, on the 4 downs that ended with the 4th & 1, you stuffed my run on 1st and 2nd down, leading to the 3rd & 14. However, that 2nd down run was THIS close to being a TD. The pulling guard just barely missed the DE while the rest of the line on that side and even the WRs pretty much pancaked everyone else. At the time I was very worried that I'd be kicking a FG and giving you the ball with over 2 mins left, but that play by the DE probably ended up being the best thing that could have happened for me.