They touched on it during the video interview, but here is a pretty nice article by K. Meinke.
This is another one of those records that I didn't think I would see fall. Over and above the day to day durability, it requires more than a bit of luck, beginning with not finding a senior All-American filling your spot as a freshman. Congratulations to Roh.
Just remember a debate going on a little while ago about whether UM has any guys who could go 1st round next year.
Taylor Lewan is #24 overall and 2nd rated OL.
Craig Roh #31 overall
Edit: Bodogblog pointed out that Lewan is #31 in a different CBS writer's top 32
Magnus has info about possible DL position changes for 2012. Give him a view.
how is this not on the board yet? what is happening around here?
I avoiding posting anything after the last few losses, but I'm pleased to share my homage to Saturday's win.
Since I couldn't find a good picture of the final play, I created one by combining other pictures; so it's not completely accurate. i hope you like it.
I understand all the Roh love on the board as he was truly impressive for a true freshman on the line, but I thought Herron made a few plays as well. While Roh did the start, it seemed to me they split snaps about 50/50, does that seem right?
One play from Herron in particular caught my eye: in the first half Herron got sucked inside on a shotgun read, and was taken out by the guard(I think). He gets up, turns around and catches the RB from behind after like 8 yards or something. He may have scored. It was a crable-esque freakshow of athleticism and effort, after a crable-esque mental error. (Although maybe it was his job to crash on the qb to force the handoff for a LB who missed his assignment or whatever, I'm not going pretend to know).
Anyway, I wouldn't be surprised if Herron gets a few more snaps than Roh against ND, as I think ND's run game is a little more straight forward and it's possible Roh was better suited for the Western spread.