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Cass Tech 2014 LB has committed to state per TomVH. This is not good. They now have a 2013 and a 2014 guy from our pipeline.
As much as I hate posts about these pricks to the Northwest, this envolves our pipeline school.
Denard (free Rivals link):
During the game last night, Denard had 90 yards of rushing, bringing his season total up to 441 after 4 games. At this point in his career he trails Pat White (4,480) by 810 yards with 8 games to go.
So Denard needs to average 101.25 yards on the ground for the remainder of the season to break the record
I think it's healthy to step back and get some perspective on a day like today. At least this prick is not Michigan's head coach:
For anyone who missed it, Sparty trailed Eastern late in the 3rd quarter. They looked abysmal. Dantonio should be pissed but it takes a real knob to do something like this. The B1G is wide open, and Michigan's for the taking.
- Michigan was the better team yesterday and if you remove the ridiculous number of turnovers, they kill the Irish.
- The offensive line looked great all game, giving Denard tons of time and opening up running lanes. Michigan probably could have ridden the O-line to victory easily. They dominated the much-heralded ND front seven.
- Borges went gimmicky far too early, IMO. The Devin Gardner pass was a nice play, but also a harbinger of things to come. The Vincent Smith HB-pass was far too cute. Hopefully looking at the film from this game will lead to more confidence and more straight-forward game planning in BIG season.
- The defense is getting much better up front and controlled the game yesterday. Tackles were spread evenly throughout the team, with the LBs and DTs accounting for a good percentage. No sacks is disappointing though.
- Desmond Morgon and Kenny Demens - They were everywhere hauling down Irish backs. Nice to see the veterans (Kovacs too) leading the defense in tackles.
- Roy Roundtree and Jeremy Gallon - Several key receptions on third down for these two.
- Elliot Mealer - Looked very good opening holes for the run game. Props to Schofield as well for superior protection on passing downs.
- Denard's Feet - Take out the 3 sacks and you get 23 carries for 111 yards, or nearly 5 yards per carry.
- Norfleet - Hard running on returns put Michigan in good field position. Still awaiting the inevitable.
Oh man, the alcohol is wearing off. I'm not sure what to do about last night. Got careless... got taken advantage of. We should have used protection. but we were... stupid. We are better than that.
Right now, there is an egg looking to attach to our collective fallopian tubes. But it's not their fault. We are smarter than that, we should have been more careful. 6 times we could have protected ourselves. 6 times! That's gotta be a record for one night.
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Okay, so I know we may be sick of snowflake threads, but I'd like to think I'm grandfathered in, after making next day threads for the past few weeks.
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Denard Robinson is our most decorated fighter pilot.
He has more planes painted on the side of his fighter than any other pilot in the history of our fine program. Last night, he flew a sortie that officially designated him the most prolific pilot in our history. The problem is, he crashed his plane into a mountain on the way back. This is not his first time crashing a plane.
It's also worth it to note that he has singlehandedly saved several missions. He can do things with an airplane that have never been done before, and won't be done since.
The plane was built well enough that we almost survived, but not quite. Some people want to see the pilot honorably discharged (not I). Others started blaming the flight controller for not steering him away from the mountain (not I). Still others are encouraged that even though we went hurtling into a mountain at 600 mph, we almost came out unscathed (I).