I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
SIAP (I'm abroad and have pretty limited internet access), but one of the male alumni twirlers (maybe a former drum major?) appeared to destroy his knee while performing in front of the student section last game. He rather heroically finished his routine on one leg, discovering by trial and error which moves he could pull off without being able to move or balance very well. Is this already well known around here? Does anybody have any additional information about it? It looked pretty bad.
With the demise of Mgovideo are we poop out of luck for game torrents?
My job requires me to work Saturdays and snowflake threads and game columns just aren't actual football.
Well folks, it's been a while since we beat Penn State. If it's going to happen this week, it's most likely going to need a Jake Ryan appearance and a good showing by Devin(s) again this week. This is my first wallpaper of the week. I'll do a less DARK one later this week if I get time. I hope you enjoy the wallpaper. It was a LITTLE rushed, but overall, I am pleased with the outcome. As always, I love constructive criticism and/or ideas for future wallpapers. I will usually at least try to accomodate those that are feasible for the enjoyment of the MGoBlog community. Go Blue!
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Just a quick question. We spent most of our time since 2011 salivating over how good, what an ATHLETE Dymonte Thomas is. So far, we've only seen him briefly at S and then a little more on kick coverage, where he put his elite athleticism on display.
Obviously, he's not quite ready to take over at Safety yet, which I understand. We've been playing kind of soft coverages, so you need seasoned guys. My question is this. His RS season is gone. Are we really going to let this elite athlete we were all terribly excited to get languish on special teams?
I seem to recall reading that he was quite the runner out of the backfield. At 190, he's not huge, but could probably handle a few carries per game. Do you think this is something the coaches should pursue?
PSU blog has a podcast, invited me to be the requisite opponent expert/jerk. And guess what they lead with? Ah heck don't guess here's what they lead with:
The podcast link: http://curtinrdchronicles.com/2013/10/08/a-quarter-and-two-seconds/
I talked with Alex a little bit tonight after his name has been heating up on the recruiting trail and he is starting to get a good feeling with the Michigan coaches.
Malzone has been in regular contact with Coach Borges and the offensive coordinator told Alex that the staff was considering 5-10 QB's for offers in the 2015 class. They are taking it very slowly and want to find the exact guy to offer.
Malzone couldn't tell me any specifics as Borges didn't mention them to him, but I feel pretty confident that most or all of the names outlined in the 2015 QB article would be among that group.
Malzone feels like if he keeps playing how he has been, and the coaches like what they see when he throws live he might be offered.
To me this situation sounds exactly how Wilton Speight's recruitment went down. Lesser known guy, showed the skill set the coaches liked, coaches went in and watched him throw in person, offered, commitment.
I don't know if it will happen that way with Malzone, but the coaches seem to like him quite a bit and he's basically in their backyard so he's a kid to play close attention to.