no wonder we hired Hunter Lochmann
According to @nicoleauerbach, Rodriguez is expecting Martavious Odoms to be ready to go for the Gator Bowl. Good news for the wideouts and the offense.
"Rodriguez says Odoms has been able to do everything in practice and should be good to go in the bowl game."
Also, the kicking situation should be down to a gametime decision — "Rodriguez says it's still Gibbons or Broekhuizen for FGs. Depends on distance and hash mark for who we'll see in the game."
Oh why must we deal with these kicking woes ... can't wait for Goudis.
The Rivals message board is blowing up with Harbaugh to UM hype. Seems like Balas and Helmholdt are convinced he's coming. I'm having Les Miles flashbacks from 3 years ago.
no comment. (I made my position clear back during the OSU game)
Besides immensely enjoying Minnesota's kick-ass defensive effort and the poise of a third- string quarterback, I noted, as the other two of you who were watching probably did, the halftime comments on Harbaugh as a hot commodity in the NFL. The talk, stated somewhat strongly, has The 49ers as the object of speculation.
It has occurred to me throughout the discussion of Rodriguez' future that Harbaugh is probably more inclined to join his kin in the professional ranks, rather than make an upward movement to Michigan. His ambitions appear to be just that much stronger. It could even be that the expectations in San Francisco would be more manageable than here in Ann Arbor, and that it is a perfect time to plunge into the NFL world.
Jonathan Goodwin, the New Orleans center who played for UMich in the late '90s, gets some praise here:
The Big Ten starts off the bowl season with Iowa's win! 1-0