"What (Michigan coaches) told me is that they're focusing on point guards right now, but if anything opens up, they'll definitely come back on and recruit me as hard as they were," said Towns
Will Muschamp is considering running a pro-style offense down in Gainesville. Given the current athletes on the roster on the offensive side of the ball, do you guys potentially see some guys transfering and/or decommitting?
Also, Florida does not have a RB who can carry the load for that type of offense, nor do they have that prototypical possession type WR. I do feel the offense is better suited for John Brantley, but with no running back it might not be a good idea. I know Muschamp is a great recruiter so I am sure he will find the right guys, and in time, it will suit the Gators well.
This situation is very similar to that of the 08 Wolverines. A whole new offense, a new head coach, and a roster with guys recruited for a different style of offense. Do you forsee the Gator's struggling if they go to a pro-style or do you think they can adjust? This team has more talent than we did in 08, but imo, I see some struggles. Just interested to see how the Mgoblog community feels about this.
I have been waiting for a 2010 highlight video for Michigan or Denard to show up on youtube but i haven't seen anything worth watching. I saw one 9 minute highlight of Denard that was only the first 2 games. I was upset. Anyone that can make a video to give me somthing to do for 5-10 minutes would be greatly appreciated (Wolverinehistorian who doesn't make highlight vids very often even though he would be great at making them given the fact that he has all of the clips....feel free to contribute).
Prepare yourself Mgobloggers
Not too bad minus the socks
I thought Taylor Lewan had a shot for the second team, but I guess not.
Not a very good showing for the Big Ten