to play football, not to play trumpet
I was reading a piece on colt mccoy being the all-time leader in the NCAA in QB wins. It made me wonder who is Michigan's most winningest starting QB?
I went to Bentley and looked at each year. It shows the number of starts each one has but does not specify which games they started. Could have been a win, loss or tie. So my question is to anyone on here, do you know who the winningest starting QB is in Michigan history?
EDIT: Stupid title fixed.
Even though we already know the results, I thought some may be interested in checking out our future QB. By the way, Shane is rocking a UM hat in the opening scene, I would expect no less.
So T. O. signed with the Seahawks, which is minor news I suppose, as well as news that likely means more annoyance for Seahawk fans, on top of having to have Pete Carroll as coach. But what was interesting to me is that according to ESPN today, Owens in his tryout ran a 4.45 forty--at 38 years old. That is pretty damn fast for anyone, but at 38 that is downright impressive. Anyway, that doesn't mean he'll be a factor on the field, but it sure shows that his genetics and effort to stay in shape are top notch.
Occaisionally I will catch ESPN "College Football Live" and always enjoy listening to Michigan great Desmond Howard. Virtually everytime he speaks it seems he says what has been discussed recently here at MGOBLOG. I have no doubt that he is a reader of the blog because - let's be honest we are the smartest and most insightful football guru's on the planet. With that said I wonder if he has a secret identity here on the blog and regularly contributes commentary without us knowing we are blogging with a legend. My question is "Which one of you is secretly Desmond?".........
Title says it all. Set your DVR and Go Blue!
In a story about PSU remaining relevant in merchandise sales was this nugget
Despite the negativity associated with the school's handling of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal, Penn State still generated more royalties last school year than any other Big Ten school except for Michigan.
This also surprised me:
As of last season, Penn State was the third most popular football team in the country, according to an ESPN Sports Poll. More than five percent of the country considered themselves Ohio State fans (5.2 percent), 4.1 percent said they supported Notre Dame and 3.8 percent said they rooted for the Nittany Lions.