Someone Is Going To Die At Wrigley: Go Routes A "Recipe For Disaster" Fitzgerald Admits

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Yes, we are going to pound this subject right into the ground.

Do we care what Northwestern or Illinois officials are saying about the safety of their athletes being the schools number one priority? Nope, don’t give two shits, because obviously money is the number one priority or they would have said, nah, we will just play at Ryan Field and be half full.

Busted Coverage actually considered going to this game before we saw that players will be subjected to padding similar to that of an A-cup upgrading to a full B-cup. Not now. These whores aren’t getting a single penny from us.

Today we find quotes from NU’s Pat Fitzgerald, whom we really like as a head coach, talking about his game plan and how to keep from getting kids injured for life. The word ‘disaster’ actually comes from Pat’s mouth. Folks, that isn’t word thrown around too much when teams go to bowl games, as they are billing the Windy City Classic.

From Teddy Greenstein, who is doing a helluva job covering the whorefest.

Wrigley Field officials have added padding to the corner where right field meets the east end zone.

Fitzgerald said player safety remains a concern, but …

“I worry about everywhere we go,” he said. “When you play at other venues, there are fans right on the edge. Others have similar situations to what we’ll see Saturday, so you make the guys aware of it. At our indoor facility in Evanston, there are walls there. So we’ve seen this before. And it will impact both teams the same.”

Fitzgerald told WMVP-AM 1000 that he will have separate game plans for each end.

“We talked already about (having a) ‘going-east red-zone game plan’, (and a) ‘going-west red-zone game plan,'” he said. “You have to adjust to it. It’s kind of like having the elements, whether it’s rainy or snowy or windy.

“I don’t think we’re going to be trying to run a lot of go routes (to the east end zone). It’s a recipe for disaster.”

Wrigley officials can go fuck themselves.

Added extra padding? Why? Concerns from the public? School officials concerned?

And what about not running certain routes because of the risk of injury? What happens on a broken play and a dude gets shoved into those Allstate pads like a NHL defenseman boarding Sidney Crosby?

We love the excuses. Our indoor facility has walls. Yeah, and your practice squad isn’t playing a semi-hated rival.

Hopefully everyone gets out alive and the whores can get in their Audis and drive back to Evanston smiling from ear to ear.

Karma, bitches. It’s coming.

[NU players sample Wrigley Field ‘eye candy’]

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