As we all know, the experts (lol) are predicting a shoot out this weekend due to Michigan's potent offense against IU's inept defense and Indiana's potent receiving corp against Michigan's inept secondary. Note the distinction hower: potent offense compared to potent receiving corp. Now don't get me wrong, Darius Willis' stats are pretty good, so we need to protect against the run game, but really:
IU Offense (all against donkeys, per Brian)
- Passing: 304.3 yds/game (11th nationally)
- Rushing: 113.0 yds/game (96th nationally)
Michigan Offense (including 2 BCS)
- Passing: 231.5 yds/game (50th nationally)
- Rushing: 331.3 yds/game (2nd nationally) DENARD!!!!!!!!!!!
We are deadly on offense and IU can't focus on one aspect (DENARD AGAIN!!). We, however, have the luxury of running a bend don't break against IU's offense without as high a risk of getting gashed on the ground. Given this, what are the odds it is actually a shootout?
Just wondering if anyone who has a Fanvision can give some feedback on how you like it (or don't like it) in your experiences at Michigan Stadium.
I work for one of the NFL teams who is launching them in our stadium this year and our marketing department is looking for candid feedback from fans who have used the devices. Our official launch of Fanvision is not until this coming weekend, but our staff are very interested to see what the masses think. Any comments would be appreciated.
the zooker to take your questions at 1:30.
Nice article on 2011 verbal committ Jack Miller from Toledo St. Johns. Focus is off-the-field rather than on-field.
A short psuedo-documentary about the last play of Michigan-Indiana in 1979, including Ufer's call. This is a part of a series on Ufer posted by YouTube user GhostsofMichigan.
"I've never been so happy, in all my cotton-pickin' fifty-nine years"