in town for free camps
I thought Montgomery was a pretty good pick up, I will be interested to see how he continues to develop our guys. I noticed he was rated 4 Tremendous-es (no idea how to make that plural since you can't) by Hoke. It was actually 4 in just 6 sentences so that has to put him in every select company to have a Tremendous rating of .667. That might be Hall of Fame credentials.
"He's tremendous. He's played in the league, a four-year starter at Iowa. They do a tremendous job coaching their fronts at Iowa," Hoke praised. "He's very fundamental, tremendous technique. He was at Wyoming while I was at San Diego State, so there's a little familiarity of how his guys played. I think he's tremendous, and we're really fortunate to have him."
I thought this was an interesting perspective from Rittenberg's PAC-12 counterpart.
Essentially, any overwieght middle aged man with dark hair
Russian Weightlifter Vasiliy Ivanovich Alekseyev
And sure to be go from tv to the Net soon thereafter...
Aug. 4, 2011 ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The Inside Michigan Football TV show returns for its fourth season in 2011. Fox Sports Detroit will air 15 shows throughout the fall, beginning with the premier on Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. Head coach Brady Hoke will be joined by host Jim Brandstatter for the 30-minute program that includes game and practice highlights, student-athlete features and in-depth analysis of past and future games.
Inside Michigan Football will be broadcast each Monday evening (start time varies from 5:30-6:30 p.m.) from Aug. 29-Nov. 28. Repeats of each week's show will be shown on Fox Sports Detroit at 12:30 p.m. on Thursdays and 2 p.m. on Fridays. The time and date for the final show will be determined after the regular season. Additional airings on Fox Sports Detroit and the Big Ten Network will be announced later.
Patrick McLaughlin is the show's producer and director. With more than 25 years of experience in television, McLaughlin has won numerous Emmy awards and has produced features with a number networks, including ABC News and ESPN. He has worked with the University of Michigan Athletic Department for 14 years.
Jim Brandstatter has been a Michigan sportscaster since his graduation from the University of Michigan in 1972. Jim has brought U-M football games to life for more than 20 years on radio in Detroit and the statewide Wolverine network while being a part of every Michigan football coach's show since 1980, also working with Bo Schembechler, Gary Moeller, Lloyd Carr and Rich Rodriguez. Brandstatter has also been calling Detroit Lions games for Infinity Radio's statewide Lions network since 1987.
Media Contact: Justin Dickens (734) 763-4423
Sigh....still no Michigan Replay with awesome theme music....stupid marketing firm...