I'm guessing everyone is talking this morning about how awesome that fourth quarter was to watch. I mean we saw the return of what we're used to seeing from Montee Ball, the offensive line finally showed up, and of course we saw what's becoming common place - a long TD from Joel Stave to Jared Abbrederis.
All of that is amazing and hopefully a positive sign of things to come, but after rewatching the game I came away most impressed with how good our linebacking Corp is as a unit.
Yes, I know Borland overran and looked completely stupid on the Scheelhaase TD run, but that's just one play out of 64 and totally not an indication of how this unit played as a whole.
Just check out the tackling numbers from this group: Mike Taylor had 12, Chris Borland 11, and Ethan Armstrong had 10.
As good as Taylor and Borland have been, it's truly been the emergence of Ethan Armstrong that's made this group as scary as any in the Big Ten and the biggest reason for this defense bei...