well that's just, like, your opinion, man
6'1 3-star Corner from DC, we were in his final group with Wisconsin, and Penn State.
EDIT: Mr. Miggle below has pointed out that TT was only used in the first two games - I hadn't seen that = my bad. In that case it is extremely likely that he and the coaches will apply for a redshirt for last year and it will almost definitely be granted assuming that an injury was the reason he was held out thereafter. So hopefully a moot point about Talbott - but if the coaches do apply for his redshirt then it says that Hoke & Co. do not agree with the many opinions below that basically say: play the guy in two games without regard to losing eligibility.
The emergence of Terrence Talbott as a viable option at CB raises the old question about why coaches uselessly burn redshirt years. Talbott is a prime example because he is very young for his class (remember his older DL brother was in the same class) so a year of extra growth would have been beneficial. He was pressed into duty as a freshman due to the lack of DB bodies in 2010, but last year he was not needed so could have redshirted. Instead he appeared in TWO games on special teams with no stats and thus a year of elegibility for a CB who now appears valuable was lost.
We have seen this happen many times, and as mere fans it always seems like a form of insanity. The stock answers like " the kid worked so hard all year we wanted to reward him by getting him on the field" are lame in a case like Talbott's. Somewhere beyond the land of coachspeak there must be a real answer to this question. Wanna try this one Heiko?
OMG THEY TOTALLY RIPPED OFF BRIAN'S PODCAST THEME!!!
H/T to Karpodiem for uploading the torrent.
Wasn't aware of this till now, but Inside Michigan Football is back for the Spring, and airs as follows-
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The University of Michigan Athletic Department will produce two spring editions of Inside Michigan Football, with both shows airing on Fox Sports Detroit. The first show will debut at 7 p.m. EDT on Monday (April 2), while the second show will premiere at 7 p.m. EDT on Monday, April 16.
The 30-minute shows will feature the commentary of host Jim Brandstatter and head coachBrady Hoke. Doug Karsch will provide weekly reports from spring practice including interviews with several Wolverine student-athletes.
Following is the full schedule of the two shows on Fox Sports Detroit:
|Show No. 1||Monday, April 2||7 p.m.|
|Wednesday, April 4||6:30 p.m.|
|Saturday, April 7||8:30 a.m.|
|Wednesday, April 11||Noon|
|Friday, April 13||7:30 p.m.|
|Sunday, April 15||7:30 a.m.|
|Show No. 2||Monday, April 16||7 p.m.|
|Wednesday, April 18||6:30 p.m.|
|Saturday, April 21||6:30 p.m.|
|Monday, April 23||10:30 p.m.|
|Saturday, April 28|