there would have to be some to wash away
Trevor Matich is skeptical of Denard. He says he “knows” how to stop him. He must be smarter than Randy Edsall and Brian Kelly. I get it’s early and I agree with not trusting him to be consistently this good through the Big 10 schedule until he sees more…but to come out and say I know how to stop him? That’s absurd. His brilliant idea is to bring the containment up to prevent him from getting long runs. If containment is safeties, then he must be a retard to contain with his safeties at the line. If his contain is lb’s, then who covers the 5th wr/te? What about the back out of the backfield? I think we are going to hear a lot of “smart-guys” give their elementary opinions on how to stop Denard.
That being said…if you coached against him, how would you attack Michigan’s offense?
SIAP, didn't see this amid the deluge of MGoMembers servicing Denard...
I know, it's just a blogger. But then again, kinda cool to see us at the top of a poll...
Script Ohio with beer empties, and that's not even the best part of it.
Oh to have been at that truckstop and seen it live.
I just wanted to give a shout out to the Pure 100% Comlumbian Awesomeness of the MGoStore and UGP. Monday night I was inhebriated and ordered 2 Shoelace t-shirts for my brother and I. I got home from the office last night and they had arrived and looked incredible. I just wanted to say Great work and service to the MGoStore and UGP. I Cant wait to break in a new gameday shirt on Saturday drinkin some Fat Tire and Denard Robinson Kool-Aid.
Edit: I just read the thread regarding the removal of shirts, I had no idea about that when I posted this. Wow did I get lucky...
Today's Wojo column in the Detroit News is about the MSU - ND game.
The link to the article is here: http://www.detnews.com/article/20100917/OPINION03/9170358/Spartans-vs.-Irish-rarely-disappoints-tipsy-masses
However, he couldn't resist a little, Little Brother trash talking. To wit:
I like it when Wojo stokes up the fires of resentment in East Lansing. No better place, I always say.Michigan State's Kirk Cousins has been billed as, possibly, the best quarterback in the Big Ten who actually ties his shoelaces. Always eager to keep up with their brotherly neighbors, the Spartans sent word to the national media Cousins often runs around with his chinstrap unbuckled.