I think you will get your wish.
Good Lord saturdays can be boring...can't wait til football starts, 2 more weeks!
So will a Single Michigan player rush for over 1,000 yards this season? Lets look at the likely canidates
Denard- My choice to be starting QB this year. To get to 1,000 yds a player needs to avg 83 yds a game. Denard is an amazing athlete and even though he's grown as a passer he will still be rushing quite often. In Pat Whites career he rushed for over 1,000 yds twice, can denard do what pat white could?
Rb's- Not even Rich Rod seems to know who the strarting running back will be yet. But I believe at least one back will emerge and be the featured back. I would put my money on Toussaint. But even as a featured back he's carries are gonna be cut into by others like vincent smith. Will Toussaint or others get enough carries to reach the 1,000 yd mark?
I don't believe a single player will rush for 1,000 yds. Denard will come close, but even if he is the starter Tate will get some snaps. For the running backs I believe we suffering from the good problem of having multiple talented backs. I just don't think one player will get enough carries. Our running game is going to be great this year.
So what does everyone think?
So i just saw that Brock has added two new videos of him walking on his youtube profile. Still using the canes a lot but still amazing the recovery he has made in less than two years now. As long as RR follows through on his word then it is less than two weeks before one of the most emotional moments in Michigan football history.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBef_uBeYt4&feature=sub
I'm wondering if anyone is at the scrimmage and if there will be any updates here today?
Seems like a lot of predictions have us losing that game, but I'm just not seeing it.
They'll be a predominantly run based offense, and I have a feeling our run defense will be pretty strong this year.
They might try throwing over our super young secondary, but with who? Kevin Newsome, a true freshman, or a redshirt walk on?
I'm pretty confident that we're going to run over PSU, and yes I know it's still the preseason, but I need to survive 2 more weeks somehow.
Many on this board detest speculation, so for those, I am not trying to gaze into a crystal ball and make some kind of prediction, just bored, tired of trying to find ways to turn our freshman receivers into a defensive secondary, and want to throw out a remote possibility for discussion. Just as everything with RR has been somewhat of a headf#%k so far, I assume that the possibilty of having to fire him would not end up cut and dry either. What if......
Michigan is rough, last year all over again, a couple of nice moments, a win over MSU or Notre Dame, but sitting at 4 or 5 wins before the OSU game. Fire RR, correct, no brainer. Michigan then shocks number 1, 2,3 etc. Ohio State in a shocker of epic proportions, eliminating them from NC contention and a shot at the BCS title game. Secondary comes of age, the offense clicks like we knew it could, silence from 100,000 at the Shoe, chaos on the mean streets of Ann Arbor.
Fire him? There is one to think about.
3-star OL from Indianapolis, Nick Martin, is heading to Kentucky. He had a UofM offer.