"He makes it really easy on you as a coach because he has tremendous football instincts," Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh said. "Things come really naturally to him. He doesn't have to see things too many times. He has a good sense for how things should look and feel, and he's a tough, physical guy."
Now that we have all had time to over-react to the Spring Game, Here is the chance to either make yourself look like a genius or a fool come next fall. I'll get it started with a few of my own
- Fitz will have more yards, but Rawls will lead the team in rushing touchdowns
- One of the freshmen wide receivers will start at least 5 games
- The defense will give up more rushing yards per game, but will increase their sack total from last year
- Chris Wormley will be Roh's primary back up
- Blake Countess will lead the team in picks.
(I know some of these aren't exactly bold, but's its just a fun exercise to get some discussion going on a sunday morning)
12:00pm on BTN, for those of us stuck in our respective cities that aren't Ann Arbor. Hope everyone up north has a safe, dry and very exciting day.
Just cracked open my first Shiner Bock of the day,
Mathis, who is visiting Nebraska, has apparently named a new leader. It shouldn't be too hard for the mgocommunity to guess which school it is.
It would seem that when Brian said:
Usual disclaimers about a long way to go apply. Mathis might be one of those kids who gets excited about everybody—he's already committed to and decommitted from($) Washington.
he was right on the mark...
For those of us outside the country or without BTN does anyone know of a streaming option? There was a live stream couple of years ago but none last year.