Desmond made "THE CATCH."
How the NCAA Has Used the Term “Student-Athlete” to Avoid Paying Workers Comp Liabilities
So does paying players put workmans comp back on the table?
So I can't take this anymore. Since the hire of Borges and spring football, I have taken the route of nodding knowingly to myself everytime Denard's footwork is mentioned when passing from the pocket. I understand (or at least think I do) that this mystical "footwork" are the steps the quarterback takes after the ball is snapped to him so he can get set for the pass. That, in my non-quarterbacking simple football mind, makes sense.
But then I read over and over how his footwork is causing incompletions and even interceptions, and my mind goes 'splode. Here are my questions, someone please answer them:
What is wrong with Denard's footwork?
How can it be fixed?
What do his feet have to do with interceptions?
Yesterday the WWL loved him and today it's former WWL employee, who the internet helped free.
Bruce says that Denard is the #1 most exciting player in College Football. Gotta love the pub for the program
1-Denard Robinson, Michigan, QB: He was spectacular last year, shouldering a staggering amount of the Wolverines offense in 2010. The offense has been revamped with the coaching change in Ann Arbor, but Robinson he proved, once again, how spectacular he is when he sparked Michigan's dramatic comeback against Notre Dame last week. In that frenetic rally, Robinson accounted for a mind-boggling 226 of his team's 229 yards in the fourth quarter. As amazing as that was, we have come to expect the spectacular from him. And this is why he is 'Must-See' TV no matter who the Wolverines play.
Also click the link and give Bruce some love. ESPN treated him terribly, plus I hear that Craig James did some things to some women of questionable valor when he was at SMU