FWIW. Michigan doesn't seem inclined to get re-involved.
I'm rooting for ND for the first time in my life. Feels dirty.
Denard and Vinny Smits:
BWC and Gordon:
Omameh and The White Receiver:
Title says it all and here are the nominees:
Denard Robinson QB Michigan
Dylan Thompson QB South Carolina
Andre Davis WR South Florida
Robert Wood WR Southern California
Denard got back on pace to break the all-time career rushing record for a quarterback. With 218 yards on 20 carries Denard has 245 rushing yards on the season.
Pat White: 4,480 on 684 rushes
Denard Robinson: 3,474 on 576 rushes
Denard needs to average 94.5 yards on the ground per game for the 11 remaining games to break the record (NCAA counts post-season games in individual records, beginning in 2002).
Funchess seems to be in a better mood than Gardner.
Kovacs and Lewan:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4l6b9sQp8s
Funchess and Gardner:
I am rewatching the Ohio game again because why not? While watching, I had to listen to Speilman whine about putting DG in as the QB. While it was annoying, it did bring about an idea. That idea:
What will bringing DG into the huddle (along with Robinson) do to DCs this year? Last year, we used DG for gimmick plays: end-arounds, screens, etc. However, this upcoming year we might bring him into the huddle as a WR which means we're just running our normal plays.
What do you guys think this'll do to DCs? When they send in the play after seeing the huddle, do they call different plays for our screens-and-such or does this not really matter? Does this play games with the DC's head which could lead to holes in the defense which D-Rob could exploit?
I never really thought about it that way, but TBH, we could bring him into the huddle as a QB again. So what do you guys think?