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I know this is probably too short of notice, but does anyone know if any place out there still sells the "Guns Don't Kill People...Lamarr Woodley Kills People" t-shirts? I want to get one for the game on Sunday.
I checked the MGoStore and UGP with no luck. I live in AA so if anyone knows of a place in the area I could find one at, I'd appreciate it. Thanks in advance.
According to the College Football Live episode that just ended. Michigan's spring game is April 15. Has anyone seen that anywhere else?
EDIT: I dont know if these can be right. I have it paused on my screen and it says:
FSU, Georgia, and OU April 8
USC April 9
Michigan April 15
OSU April 22
Oregon and Stanford April 29
Most of these games would be on a Friday if this is true. I guess I'll just wait for university confirmation. Indications below suggest April 16th according to rivals. I wouldn't be shocked if ESPN aired incorrect information.
Green Bay 28
Former M Heisman winner Woodson is named MVP
EDIT- This post has nothing to do with RR it has to do with being negative about 2011 team because of the score of last years games. That is why I said "I'm Done", but I am sorry I ever included his name, because of it instantly invalidated the rest of my posts and comparisons to other teams. Sorry.
I'm done fighting about Rodriguez, but I've seen this on several different posts and it needs to stop. The total score of a particular game or season has very little relevance to the next season or game. There are so many variables in a game or season that if they played a 7 game series like they do in basketball you would see all sorts of crazy score combinations. Stop using the scores of games this year as a basis for a team's progress next year. Did anybody see the NE-Jets series play out over the course of the season?
Arguments I see.
1. Mich is not close to being good because we lost by wide margins to good teams.
2. This team has no hope because the defense is terrible it'll be another 3 year rebuilding project.
To these people I ask do you not watch college football? It took me 5 minutes of my memory bank to find these. These are the year before seasons before these teams had great success. I'm sure people have many more examples.
07 Alabama loses to Louisiana Monroe at home and unranked Miss St at home on it's way to 6-6. Next year they are undefeated playing in SEC Champ game before they lose to Florida.
09 Mich St- Our own fucking rival come on. Lost to Central and lost to Penn St by 28 and had a defense get torched by Minnesota Wisc and Tex Tech. This year 11-1 defense improves by 50 spots.
08 Wisc- Bielema and Chryst were getting skewered. They lost by 41 to Penn St, 22 to Iowa, 29 to Florida St.
07 Iowa- Signature losses were by 18 to Indiana, 20 to Penn St, 26 to Purdue and 9 to Western Michigan....FIRE FERENTZ!!!!
08 Nebraska- Defensive Genius Pelini gave up 52 to Missouri and 62 to Oklahoma.
09 Auburn- Yes your NC lost by 21 to LSU and 21 to Arkansas
09 Arkansas- Lost by 28 to Alabama, 13 to a crummy Ole Miss team and gave up 52 to Georgia trying to replace Matt Stafford.
05 Michigan- Remember that 7-5 team that took a lot of shit oh yeah they were 11-0 heading into Columbus in 06.
Don't be fooled by simple arguments. Everyone looks at the Gator Bowl and sees the final score and says see we got humiliated blah blah blah we gave up 50pts yada yada. Sure we lost, it was a bad performance, but if RR was just trying to save face he could have Lloyd balled that game and had a completely different score. RR went for it on 4th downs trying to come back that back fired and gave MSU great field position. Who cares about the final score. It is about wether it was a win or a loss, I was glad he was trying low percentage plays trying to win instead of just trying to save face. People bring up the fact we scored 14pts in that game, but how close were we to scoring 35-38? Pretty fucking close. Missed fg, RR dropped pass, Hemmingway overthrow, passed up fg etc.. We're not 38 points worse than Miss St. We play that game 10 times and there are wild swings in what the outcome would be.
From the very 1st play a game unfolds differently every time. Some games have quick scores that get teams out of gameplan. Some have turnovers. When teams get way up sometimes they start coaching to the clock and let teams back in it. Sometimes when you have a young qb(hint hint) you get down and he starts forcing it and it gets worse. You never know.
Next years Michigan team will have a very experienced offense with a new coordinator so expectations are everywhere. Could be even better or maybe a slight step back The defense will be better, this is not debateable. The question is how much. This will all lead to great debate for us for the next 7 months. This is what MGOBLOG forum is about, but please stop with the lame Wisc beat us by 20 last year we can't compete you are better than that.
I was browsing a random site when I stumbled upon this interesting tidbit of information: The company that makes the Steelers Terrible Towels is located in Baraboo, Wisconsin. 110 miles SW of Green Bay.
In honor of the Packers making the Superbowl, the company, McArthur Towel & Sports, has brought back the 'Titletown Towel', which made its debut with the Packer's Super Bowl runs in '96 & '97.
I was telling a friend this week about how good a recruiter Greg Mattison is. Telling him about Urban Meyer's quote on ESPN, “He’s not only one of the best defensive coordinators in America, but also the best recruiter in college football.” In looking for an article with quotes from Urban I found this great article from SI done in 2007 after Mattison's defense had just destroyed #1 OSU in the National Championship game 41-14 (remember Ginn's TD kickoff return so that means only 1 TD allowed). How bad did they destroy them? Just to rehash because I never get tired of reading these statistics as Florida broke OSU's 19 game winning streak. The Mattison defense held OSU and Heisman Troy Smith to:
- 8 first downs
- 82 total yards
- 1 for 9 on third down conversions
- 2 forced turnovers
- 5 sacks
- 19 mins was OSU's time of possession
Mattison gets a lot of praise throughout and while the article focuses on the entire strategy Florida deployed to end up with 11 top 100 recruits, with Urban stating that Mattison is the best recruiter I could only surmise that the strategy was in large part driven by Mattison. For your reading pleasure: