he grew a beard
I'm sure this may have been a topic a way's back, but let's look at it again.
With anywhere from 13-15/16 spots available for the 2011 class and already 8 spots accounted for, who do you feel will likely fill out the remainder of the class? Not who you want, but who may actually commit.
Right now, I'm looking at Dee Hart, Anthony Zettel, Ed Davis, Kellen Jones and Tony Posada as five guys I'm thinking will join, taking us to 13. But who else may fill out those other spots, or atleast what positions? I could see us being done at the QB, WR and CB position (although Kitchen may/may not already have silently committed??)
Will those last couple spots be filled with more Oline and Dline? Or maybe a TE and slot WR?
I didn't realize the young man had gone through so much adversity in his life. Good to see he has not let these hardships dampen his spirits.....
“It’s been a long journey, but everything happens for a reason and I believe in the end, I’m a better person for having gone through it as a result,”
I really like his positive / hardworking attitude. Sounds like a great addition to our program. GO BLUE!!!
There are a lot of people on this board very optimistic about the coming season even though there are a lot of unknowns. So, I began to wonder if in general many of you are always optimistic or if you’re usually even keeled or if you’re generally pessimistic and how that impacts how you view the coming season.
ESPN Insider often has articles on betting. I was casually reading an article today, and I was shocked when I saw the first bet this Vegasinsider.com betting analyst liked was "Michigan - Under 7 Wins." Wow. I really hope he's wrong....
Michigan Wolverines, Seven wins
Edwards says: "With Michigan, the more losses it gets the more the chemistry will be messed up, and then it's a lame-duck situation for Rich Rodriguez and things snowball. They could lose Week 1 at UConn and then at Notre Dame to be 0-2. Even if they bounce back to win their next two games, which should be gimmes, they then have Indiana, Michigan State, Iowa and Penn State. Those could be two or three more losses. After that, this team could quit on Rich Rod. By the time they get to the Horseshoe in Columbus, he could be on his way out the door. UNDER."
Let's hope the boys are practicing hard with a little more than a month to go! The Huskies home field seats 40,000. I wonder if a raucous 109,000 will rattle them a bit?
The classic 1991 Michigan -Notre Dame game is available as a torrent on the Ten Yard Torrents site. If you are into that sort of thing.
Oh, and anyone who wants to help my ration at Mgovideo, you can help me share the 1997 Wisconsin game or the 1993(4) Hall of Fame Bowl.