So, Gregg Easterbrook, who writes the TMQ column on ESPN, has his famous entry of writing 'game over' when coaches make fatal errors. I have adopted this rationale, as I think that it is useful to put things in perspective for when the team 'gives up.' At the exact moment mentioned below, I said the same thing, and took a lot of heat from my watch party. So, Spartan Nation, your thoughts? "Readers on Twitter: Bob Stevens of Jamestown, N.Y., tweeted "game over" when Michigan State, trailing 17-13, punted on fourth-and-5 from its 45 with 6 minutes remaining. Stevens was correct. Just to prove this was no fluke, still trailing 17-13, Michigan State punted again with three minutes remaining. When Michigan, trailing UConn 21-14 in the early fourth quarter, went for it on fourth-and-2 and failed, Jeffrey Miller of Elkhart, Ind., tweeted this meant Michigan would win -- TMQ theory holds that it's better to try and fail than be afraid to try. Miller was correct."