things go poorly
It finally hit me after watching old footage of Michigan players especially from the Bo-era, anyone in line play seemed to wear shoulder pads which looked about 4 feet wide. Obviously the current players wear versions which are just wide enough to cover their actual shoulders. Huge visual difference and it makes the old school guys look superhuman.
But...I don't know why the change. Was this a rule change that caused this across the board or is there some kind of a torque or leverage thing that is an advantage to be able to twist an opposing player out of the way? Watching other games we follow with basically everyone else in the country.
Just curious, not the most exciting topic but I felt that I needed to ask the intellectual depth of the Blog for answers!
Does anyone know more about this? CMU said that some "issue" had come up on Friday, and offered no further comment.
Multiple reports on Twitter that Jack Dunaway, a 2015 defensive end teammate of Alex Malzone at Brother Rice, has accepted a preferred walk-on offer from Michigan. Dunaway, Malzone, and Grant Perry were all scheduled to attend today's Miami game. Dunaway's father, Craig Dunaway, played tight end at Michigan in the early 1980s.
Brandon Brown posted a names to watch item on Dunaway back in March. And here's his junior year highlights video:
The streak continues.
Cutting it close. Michigan's smallest crowd since 1995 when they beat Memphis 24-7 in front of 100,862 fans. The stadium was at a capacity of 102,501 then. I was only a little over a month old.
This should be the closest it comes. I can't imagine another game being that low the rest of this year.
Again, I don't know why the media even bothers writing about the streak possibly ending. It won't. Ever.
Even if today really was below 100K, you're nuts if you think the athletic department will allow that to be the announced attendance.
It's been a while since I've finished one of these, but with how well he played in the first couple games I decided to make a new MS Paint rendition, this time Devin Funchess;