SN has Michigan "ranked" 38th in the country this year, but the preview is pretty sparse in terms of actual analysis. I particularly enjoyed the comment that Ferrara will help to anchor the offensive line.
Sporting News Michigan Preview
Talks about go-to receivers and mentions Roundtree over Mathews.
I don't think that guy watched anything but the spring game.
Probably only the highlights.
I shall never post again.
I'm tempted to neg you to help you stay at 300.
Safety Stevie Brown had two interceptions last year and wants to show Rodriguez he has better hands.
hopefully by better hands he means like holding on to running backs that he is attempting to tackle
"Five steps Rich Rodriguez can take to fix Michigan."
The writer seems to think that Robinson has a very good chance of seeing a lot of playing time in what I will call an "early Tebow-esque" role this year.
I would love to see both QB's get a lot of snaps. Coaches who play two QB's are usually criticized for it, but the spread may be a perfect place to try it out.
Tempo is important. I believe we lost a couple games last year by loss of tempo alone, from changing qb's too much.