"...don't believe something because an "expert" is saying it. Believe it because of the evidence."
It's not even 9 AM. I'll make this quick:
As in, "Denard being tackled is like..."
I couldn't help but think when Denard was tackled and left the game, I thought how it must be like the average Joe jumping out of a moving car at 20 mph.
My advice: Drive safe, Denard!
Oh... and since you're sometimes hit while moving at Dodge Charger-like speed, maybe ask the equipment manager to install air bags in your uni.
Sorry if anyone else has already talked about this, but I looked for it, and I've been pretty heavy into the jager scene this weekend. I just got done watching the Tate interview on the main page, and I couldn't b happier for him. I'm proud to have him on our team, and whether he's our first or third string qb, I feel like he can win games for Michigan. That interview makes it seem like coach Rod has everyone doing all they can to win for Michigan. Go Blue Gentlemen!
Didn't see it posted so...Penn St's starting RT Lou Eliades tore his ACL against Temple and is done for the season. It is sad because he is a senior but in terms of the Michigan game take it FWIW. It will play a small factor but nothing major IMO.
So it's the end of the 4th quarter and we have a fourth and 3. We are already up by 37, why did RR decide to go for it and not kick a field goal? Is this not the perfect opportunity to get someone out on the field and attempt a field goal with the game clearly out of reach? Or was RR going for "style" points? I mean they could really use the experience right? Any thoughts?
Ron English thinks it was kosher to have Tressel keep scoring on his Eagles:
"I felt like Jim (Tressel, Buckeyes coach) felt that we were still throwing it so he was going to keep scoring," English said. "That's probably what happened out there. I have to weigh developing our receivers, our quarterbacks and our protection. I always try to do that.
But, he leaves a fair warning for the Vest...
"Every dog has his day. I've had my days. I'm taking mine right now. I'm sure there'll be a day when I'm giving mine again, whether it be here or somewhere else. But I promise you, I'll be back giving my butt-whuppins out, too. It goes around.
"I'll be doing this a long time. I'm 42 years old. I'll be in this profession for 20 more years, so I'll have my day. I don't say that in disrespect. Let me say it again because I respect Jim Tressel. I don't say that I'm (ticked) off at Jim Tressel. I don't stay that that way. I just know that. Nebraska beats us (at Arizona State, 77-28, in 1995 and) we shut them out (19-0) the next year to end their (26-game winning) streak. That's the nature of the beast. The strong survive in this profession. That's just the way it is."
I don't know if Ron will be able to do it with Eastern, but I hope he someday gets the opportunity to roll Ohio State. He probably has a career of hatred built up for them.
Full article at http://www.detnews.com/article/20100926/SPORTS0203/9260328/Eastern-coach-Ron-English-on-blowout-loss-to-Buckeyes---It-goes-around-