"It's a lot easier being a drug dealer than an AAU coach" - this guy. Tell me something I don't know. I mean, don't think but have never tried either.
Full game replay here :
I have been one of the biggest critics of Obi Ezeh and his play the last couple years.
After really watching him today i would like to say job well done and heck of a game played today. he looked better than I ever expected from him today. he hit the holes with authority and usually made sure tackles.
He took on blockers and It seemed like he won most of the time and forced a few runs back to the inside.
I apologize Mr. Ezeh and hope you continue to to play well and tell critics like me to shut the hell up!!!!
I wonder what the excuse will be this year?
"If Crist hadn't got hurt, blah blah blah"
She has beautiful eyes and I love that pony tail. More sideline interviews please...
To recap Lynn Henning's prediction for today's game:
Michigan-Notre Dame: This is a rougher call than was anticipated. A pre-season belief was that the Irish would have an edge in talent and in home-field passions and would beat U-M by a couple of touchdowns. After watching both teams last weekend, the call is closer. Notre Dame's defense will have a nastier time with Denard Robinson than it had last week with Purdue. But the Wolverines aren't going to dent the Irish the way they tore into a startlingly soft Connecticut. Notre Dame's offense is also better than Connecticut's, which helps explains Saturday's 7-point victory forecast for Brian Kelly's team.
As an extra bonus, he throws this completely gratuitous shot into his MSU prediction:
[F]or that matter, they're much better than Michigan, all because they have more weapons on both sides of the ball.
Yeah, I'd trade Denard straight-up for Cousins -- who wouldn't?