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Ok, so Obi Ezeh had an especially bad week or he simply can't make complex play reads.
What would the consequences be of sending him downhill on every play? With someone like Mike Martin there, it seems like he could cause damage on every play up the middle and cause center backfield penetration.
If nothing else, it would quicken the pace of each play and maybe prevent offenses from having time to go deep. Would this compromise our underneath coverage too much?
I think of Obi Ezeh as the Anthony Morelli of Linebackers - all the physical tools but never doing the right thing at the right time.
basically the letter says that the university issued a C&D in order to prevent any harm the sale of a player's likeness could have on his eligibility.
There's the link but I'll give a brief summary of what was said:
- Rich Rod wants to spend 15-20 mins a day with the defense to get a fix
- Hard to figure out a 18-19 year olds mindset going into an FCS game following an emotional win versus Notre Dame
- Tried to stress contain during practice and during the game last week, things just didn't get fixed (ARGH!) Will work on it more during practice this week.
- Kickers kick well in practice, need to perform in game. Had a kid ask him about trying out and he may end up on the team.
- Working out to burn off stress avoid having what happened to Dantonio happen to him
- Lewan may start this week.
- Impressed with BG skill positions, especially running back. They run a spread.
- Ash definitely redshirting barring injuries to guys ahead of him.
- Carvin still questionable, Marvin will be back
- Would have played Tate and Devin had Gordon not dropped the pick.
- Stonum has greatly matured.
I thought the injury report was due today? Am I taking crazy pills here?
We've got a lot of guys out with kinda week to week injuries, so I'm always optimistic about who could be back.
As we all know, we're still a very young team. This is from Spath at thewolverine.com
Michigan has played more true freshmen this season than any other school in the Big Ten, and it's not even close. When Ricardo Miller earned a spot on U-M's coverage teams Saturday against Massachusetts he became the 13th rookie the Maize and Blue have used this fall, in three games - Purdue and Illinois rank second with seven apiece.