Both he and Jerry Dinardo were really excited about him on The Football Report. If you think he was blowing sunshine, he also said that Ohio's DL was struggling, PSU depth was an issue, and our RBs still haven't emerged. Take it FWIW.
In stark contrast to my earlier post, Russell Bellomy has torn his ACL in spring practice. Can't be good news for being able to redshirt Shane Morris, or for QB depth or for Bellomy himself, obviously.
From the official Michigan Football Twitter account, he tore it Friday during practice.
So I decided to start recording the radio broadcasts after learning we will probably never have a full broadcast of the Kansas game (would have loved to re-live Matt Shepard's call durin the last two minutes). Eventually these audio recordings will be synced up with the HD network broadcasts so we can have hometeam audio + network video. Look for that this coming football season.
The only problem is that mgoblue.com was linking to the CBS national radio broadcast. I couldn't find an internet stream of the local broadcast. I was forced to record the analog broadcast with line-in audio to my PC. The only problem is that you get the constant buzzing/sound interference typical of analog audio.
Are there any audio gurus out there who might be able to clean up the audio/take the buzzing out? I can cut the commercials out myself, I just need help with taking out the distortion. Here's the .mp3 of the broadcast - https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1308556/Michigan%20vs.%20Florida.mp3
PS - has anyone been able to find an online stream of Matt Shepard calling the game? If so, where?
Bielema, on Saban:
"... he can't compare."
That's not all, but it's the best part. You can read the rest here: