Please make sure you e-mail all of the Big 10 Network announcers because they must also be reprimanded for having the audacity to question the same injuries the 90,000 fans were responding to during the game.
The announcers are supposed to be impartial and call the game like they see it. They saw potential fake injuries and questioned it.
Good. I hope every Indiana fan, player, and coach feels embarrassed. They didn't even do a good job acting. It was clear as day to everyone what they were doing.Let's not compound a disappointing season and loss by losing our character and identity as fans. Booing every time an Indiana player was injured was classless. It was noticed by the Indiana fans, players, and coaches.
I agree but, if what I heard was true and the main culprit was the coach's son, it's pretty obvious what was going on. If I'm Frost, I send a public message: "Flopping disrespects the game. I don't respect anyone who encourages or permits flopping."Players are coached to go to the ground whenever they are injured so that the team has time to get their backup into the game. There isn't a single fan in the stands who has any clue whether or not a player is actually injured. The timing was poor, no doubt about that, but it doesn't change the fact that booing an injured player is classless.