this guy evidently hired to work for AD
SIAP, even if it was a couple of years ago. As some of you may know, the Bentley Library has a page devoted to Michigan's eleven national titles:
As noted there, "Determining a college football cational [sic] champion has never been an exact science."
Snubbed. Can't argue with the QB choices' but damn.
i know this possibility has been discussed on the board, but i don't recall seeing an overt statement by leach that he might be interested.
with the inclusion of nebraska, i kind of hope minnesota remains a cellar dweller.
I was going thru my betting site and I was looking at the match up between Iowa and Wis this weekend and I was a little shocked to see Iowa a 6 pt favorite over a team that just obliterated #1 OSU. This caught my eye looking thru the stats of Iowa. For those of you still worried abou this offense against good Big Ten defenses look at he how other teams have fared against Iowa and then look at our stats. The other thing that is interesting is the defensive statistics don't look so bad.
IOWA - Season Results
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As a fan I hate to say this, but Denard Robinson is hanging on to the Heisman race by a thread. Two weeks ago after the Mich St loss, we still had him in the #1 spot when people like ESPN had already knocked him out of the race.
So my question to all Michigan fans is, does Denard deserve to still be in the Heisman race?
I've been thinking about Michigan's use of trick plays (and lack thereof) this season and couldn't help wonder whether Rodriguez is keeping something under wraps for the Ohio State game. Part of me wants to see some kind of unique formation and/or play but, on the other hand, I'm always apprehensive about plays that have below-average success rates.
Do most coaches generally have one or two trick plays in their playbook that can be called in any given game? Does Michigan even need a trick play given that the offense has shown the ability to move the ball against pretty much every defense so far this year?