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Old 09-04-2011, 06:48 PM    (permalink
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Default Sportsmanship: What is running up the score?

Figured this could be a nice debate to have as Akron's coach accused Ohio State of bad sportsmanship after the 42-0 loss.

http://www.sportsbybrooks.com/akron-...ter-game-29838

What is running up the score? When is it allowed? Is there a time to take your foot off the gas in college football?


Personally, I think Ianello was incorrect, but definitely understand the sentiment RIGHT after a game and feeling that way. Later, I'm sure his better judgement would have prevailed, heat of the moment statement. In college ball, I'm torn. It isn't the pros yet, so being up 70 and throwing a lot isn't exactly right. But, if a team has put in their back-ups and wants to give a young QB and WRs some work, I don't see that as being a bad thing...
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