November 18, 2019

SportsFilter: The Monday Huddle:

A place to discuss the sports stories that aren't making news, share links that aren't quite front-page material, and diagram plays on your hand. Remember to count to five Mississippi before commenting in anger.

posted by huddle to general at 06:00 AM - 7 comments

Looks like the Markelle Fultz comeback train has left the station and is picking up a little speed at the city limits.

posted by beaverboard at 09:31 AM on November 18, 2019

Pour one out for rcade doubting himself on the weekend:

I only have 49ers by 10, so that's a relief.

Changing pick to San Francisco by 3 no lock.

posted by grum@work at 09:51 AM on November 18, 2019

My semi-annual "My Team is Better Than Your Team" post using NCAA football teams.

Gettysburg is a Division III football team that has gone 1-8 this season. Through the transitive property, here is why they are a better team than fourth-ranked Georgia.

Gettysburg beat Juniata (DIII vs DIII until further notice)
Juniata beat Ursinus
Ursinus beat Bethany WV
Bethany WV beat Carnegie Mellon
Carnegie Mellon beat Wash & Jeff
Wash & Jeff beat Wittenberg
Wittenberg beat Wooster
Wooster beat Bluffton
Bluffton beat Anderson IN
Anderson IN beat Cincinnati Chr (DIII team beats NAIA team)
Cincinnati Chr beat Warner (NAIA vs NAIA until further notice)
Warner beat Ave Maria
Ave Maria beat St Thomas FL
St Thomas FL beat Allen
Allen beat Eliz. City St (NAIA team beats Division II team)
Eliz. City St beat St Augustine's (DII vs DII until further notice)
St Augustine's beat Fayetteville St
Fayetteville St beat W Salem St
W Salem St beat Tuskegee
Tuskegee beat Kentucky St
Kentucky St beat Robert Morris (DII team beats DI FCS team)
Robert Morris beat VMI (DI FCS vs DI FCS until further notice)
VMI beat Citadel
Citadel beat Georgia Tech (DI FCS team beats DI FBS team)
Georgia Tech beat South Florida (DI FBS vs DI FBS until further notice
South Florida beat BYU
BYU beat Tennessee
Tennessee beat South Carolina
South Carolina beat Georgia

posted by grum@work at 05:18 PM on November 18, 2019

As the 49ers ran a loose ball in for an apparent icing-on-the-cake touchdown against the Cardinals as time expired, announcer Chris Myers said:

"Now wait a minute. This could mean a lot to a certain amount of people."

Ever the consummate pro, thinking about the point spread and the win margin as the cameras showed the Niners and their home fans celebrating the victory.

posted by beaverboard at 07:02 PM on November 18, 2019

This could mean a lot to a certain amount of people

It meant that stupid people who laid on 49ers -10 scored a push and didn't lose their money.

posted by cixelsyd at 10:19 AM on November 19, 2019

Why did that game end without a PAT attempt? I thought that was required by the rules on a touchdown scored as time expired.

posted by rcade at 10:30 AM on November 19, 2019

Perhaps this answers your question

posted by NoMich at 10:59 AM on November 19, 2019

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