"Coach Mattison told me what the Ravens were about, what he thought," Beyer said. "He definitely encouraged me. I hold his opinion in high regard."
The new Solid Verbal episode just posted and Dan and Ty talk to Brian about the coaching search. Solid Verbal is one of my favorite sports podcasts and it'll be interesting to hear what their opinions are vs. Brian's.
Episode link: http://www.solidverbal.com/2014/12/17/michigan-man-1217/
EDIT: Brian's segment starts at 20:18 of the show.
Cato and Todd are both high school coaches now so their perspective tends to make a good counterbalance to us bloggers--they mostly talk about problems that are coachable versus those that aren't, which we can't really tell you.
They love Jourdan Lewis and his aggressive play. Turnover ratio is turnover ratio--they think it's carelessness.
PSU blog has a podcast, invited me to be the requisite opponent expert/jerk. And guess what they lead with? Ah heck don't guess here's what they lead with:
The podcast link: http://curtinrdchronicles.com/2013/10/08/a-quarter-and-two-seconds/
Worth checking out this podcast as Iowa and MSU prepare to play:
Sparty has identified AIRBHG-brother who hates MSU offensive line
Gholston not over-rated just keyed on
MSU starts slow
Burbridge now top receiving threat (i.e., can catch a ball)
Number 1 and 2 TE for MSU both out
For those interested, the Solid Verbal (also known as the best CFB podcast on the innertubes) had Brian on for their latest episode.
Here is the description:
Ty and Dan talk with Brian Cook from MGoBlog.com about the magic of Brady Hoke, the glow of an 11-2 season, the advantages and disadvantages of playing Alabama next season, and the next step for Denard Robinson. Plus, Dan helps install his own Internet, and Ty’s life is overtaken by Temple Run.
Discussion of Michigan offense over the season with Chris Brown of Smart Football.
Starts at about the 19 minute mark. Nothing we really dont already know but Solid Verbal is always worth a listen. Enjoy.