“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”
Chris Brown at Smart Football uses Mattison on the challenges posed by Nebraska's offense to make a point about watching the Denver Broncos. Brown also makes a point how the Michigan defense is developing. Both are highly complimentary. I think most of us will agree. http://smartfootball.com/defense/what-coach-said-this-about-facing-what-...
Start Tebowing. Soon Denarding, a faster version of Tebowing, so fast that you can't capture it in a photo!
"People may say it's underwear, but everyone wears underwear -- it's not like I'm doing something risque," Tebow said this week from his home in Denver. "I wouldn't do anything that goes against what I stand for. The whole campaign is very classy."
Can't wait to see the photoshops
Here's a Squidbillies treatment of Signing Day. Everyone's favorite QB has a prominent role.
Apologies if this is old (or offensive to anyone).
Before playing a single down of professional football, Tim Tebow's mere name scrolled across your back is already the must-have accessory for the season. While his on-field ability remains in question, I have to admit that he is a proverbial cash cow for the Broncos and the NFL, and part of me wants to see him succeed simply because he seems like a decent kid who happens to generate orgasm-inducing praise from middle-aged men in announcing booths.
For consideration: Who would you draft higher? Not who is going to be drafted higher.
As much as can't stand the knob-slobbering media following of Tebow, the guy was a winner. I personal found Mallett to be kind of funny while at Uof M, but for those reasons, as a GM I would stay the hell away from him. Also I think hes a fumbling arm punter.
Mallett is being thrown around in (very ) early First Round talk for next year, and Tebow is almost a lock for 3rd or later this year.
What say you Internets