Of course, soccer has the rep of having a lot of cry babies because of the time-wasting habits of a certain kind of player. You know, the ones who writhe on the field in pain (as if they'd just been hit by a tracer bullet) and then get back up 2 minutes later, waving at the linesman to be let back on the field. But last night I was watching the Michigan-Nebraska college football game when the Michigan coach threw a tantrum that would have made a two-year old wince. They guy went apolplectic, looked like he was going to burst a blood vessel that way he was screaming at the refs. And the refs just took it, and totally caved, and gave the coach the instant replay he wanted. This is common behavior, it seems, among American (tackle) football coaches at all levels. Say what you want about futbol, but a good soccer ref would have had the guy removed from the field for "dissent." But American football refs let everyone walk all over them. So to me, American (tackle) football coaches take the crybaby award. Any thoughts?