landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
From Denarded in the "There Are" thread. Now the 2nd individual calling out Fitz as standing out at RB.
Since there's not much recruiting updates I did catch a little bit of Michigan's scrimmage saturday a couple of info.
- Fitz and Shaw looked great, Shaw was running with a ton of rage, while Fitz probably had the best day out of all the runningbacks, hopefully they can stay healthy because they were forces.
- Rawls did not play, has a bum shoulder, but nothing serious, should be back this week.
- Desmond Morgan was playing WLB with the 1s, maybe a sleeper to start?
- Carvin had a big knee brace and was playing with the 2s. T-Gordon was with the ones next to Kovacs.
- Brink was starting at SDE, RVB has moved inside now.
- When Taylor Lewan pulls he is a very scary man, him and Shaw put poor Courtney Avery off his feet one play.
- J.T. Floyd lit up Koger on a tight end screen.
- Hawthorne made an interception yesterday off Gardner, while Carvin picked off Denard, but other than that the QBs looked solid.
- Did not see much of McColgan at Fullback, rather Steve Watson I believe is playing a little H-Back.
- Gallon looked like the most impressive wide out.
- Roy had a couple drops, hopefully that won't translate to the field again.
- Wile was making field goals effortlessly, looked like a veteran out there.
- The D was HITTING, man the helmets were cracking out there.
- All in all it was great to see the winged helmets on 12 days away!!
I'm wondering what the mgocommunity thinks of the view from various parts of the big house. I've only been able to go to a few games, but the views have all been great. I'm of the opinion that there literally isn't a bad seat in the house. Even seats that are high up give surprisingly good views.
I'm making this post because I might be seeing a game this year in row 80 endzone seats. Would I really be able to see plays on both sides of the field? I've never had endzone seats before.
Extra question to keep things interesting: do you prefer seats that are either
A) low to the field, giving a great up close view of some of the plays and players,
B) high up, giving a solid view of all of the action
Ok MgoBloggers, let's get a little pre-season talk going here. Which offensive lines since 1997 have been the best OL's Michigan has had. Let's try to rank them.