“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.”
IS AWESOME. Thanks for putting this together. It's fun to watch the plays and know what to look for, rather than analyzing on my own and having to rewind every play to see missed assignments or really opened-up the play.
That fourth down stop is especially fun because of the playcall and the fact that all the Michigan players did their jobs, forcing Mark into a one-on-one with Demens at the LOS. Beautiful call and flawless execution.
and makes a great supplement to Brian's analysis.
Incidentally, the running back on third and fourth down was Tyris Jones. Mark didn't reenter the game after being buried by BWC and half the D on the second down run.
I've added annotations to the video. Thx.
That is SO good. Watched it over and over.
Like was said above, its nice to see the play broke down so well and not have to rewind it yourself 10 times to see the blocking, and breakdowns.
This is fantastic. Thank you. After a few more years of reading analysis on this site, I'll have my daughter yelling at the TV football terms no toddler in their right mind should know.
I have to say, when I read the title, I thought it meant you were ending the Moving Picture Pages. I'm glad that's not the case. This is great stuff.