chance of bowl: 13.6%
First player to 200/200 twice in a regular season in FBS. Wow. It took him 5 games as a starter. So how many more can he get this year?
I have, through intense scientific analysis, come to a new and exciting conclusion about the given natural laws. I move that a new natural law be added to the others:
If Roy Roundtree makes a spectacular catch and runs downfield with it, and is subsequently tackled at the one yard line, Michigan will not successfully punch the ball in, through any number of unfortunate circumstances.
But it doesn't matter, because WHOOOOOO WIN!
One of the most common short yardage plays used in all levels of football but we seem to have major issues executing it. We saw it last year (not to be spoken of), with UMass, and again today with the fumbled snap. It's clearly a pretty standard call but we have horrible luck with it.
Why do we keep going to this play when the inside zone with Denard is a guaranteed 2-3 yards?
I think one of the many talented graphic artists on this board should make a shirt that is just a silhouette of Denard on one knee after a score (Maize shirt, maybe black or Blue silhouette) with the signature dreads coming out of the helmet. Something similar to the Woodson heisman shirt that was available in the MGoStore for awhile. Anyone out there want to give this a shot? You've got at least one buyer already.
Giving Indiana a chance to return a kickoff or throw it into the endzone scared me to death. I was hoping they would take a knee, have Indiana burn its timeouts, and kick the short field goal. Am I crazy? Rich Rod obviously had more confidence in the defense than the kicker.
Why does ND / BC get ABC and USC / Washington get the HD feed on ESPN2. Does anyone know if you can get Stanford - Oregon in an HD feed? Sometimes coverage maps drive me nuts