national champs baby
I ask this because I found myself daydreaming about Denard's first carry against WMU and all of the possibilities his talents bring and how Borges could make such a statement in his first game...
Then I realized this isn't what we would see back in the days where we had our confidence and swagger, when we tuned in each Saturday expecting to win most times. If Michigan is back to that level again, we should be hoping that Borges shows Notre Dame nothing but pro-set to give them that to scheme against defensively. Then we let Denard loose ala 2010, but this time under the lights.
I am guessing the O will be as vanilla as vanilla gets; probably not a snap from shotgun unless we are for some reason desperate, and hopefully little more than a live-game tryout for the starting running back position. I also predict this will cause a closer-than-it-should-be victory and no end of hand wringing on this board and elsewhere.
Al Borges was on the Huge Show today on 107.3. Talks Denard, the offense, transition, lots of great stuff.
If you love Borges like I do, listen here.
Second largest deal in franchise history under Ben Roethlisbergerlessssss.
Edit: What's the over-under on the price to park on grass lots of the private homes surrounding the stadium for the night game?
Sorry all. My head was somewhere dark and stinky when I added my comment. I don't do that on here. I knew better and deserved the remarks. A better try next time.
24/7 sports is reporting Dennis Norfleet has committed to UC. There's an article behind a paywall. I know some of the MGoBloggers were really high on him. That's two 4* players for UC in a week. Good luck to him and Coney. They are really building a potential Big East power.