I just watched Rich Rodriegiuz's interview for the wednesday press conference and got some pretty bad news. Brandon Minors injured shoulder makes him doubtful to play in this weeks game. Personaly, i think if Brandon doesnt play, i have a hard time seeing michigan coming away with the win. I dont like how Carlos Brown runs (against somewhat respectable defenses). He always runs sideways. Make a cut or something MY GOODNESS!!!!! Anyway, what do you think? Do you think we have a chance without Brandon Minors physical running game?
Edit: Meh. You're new. Sorry for the harshness. I blame the current losing streak.
Sorry, it was bad.
What they're trying to say is that it has already been posted here:
and on the front page. You're new so people won't flame you too bad, just try to see if it's been posted before you start a new thread. It'll keep the clutter down.
it is posted on the frontpage, at the very top no less.
Even with Minor, I have a hard time seeing us come away with a win.
I just want to see Boren on his back about 36 times.
can he play linebacker?
i doubt that minor doesn't play. Hes a senior and is playing the biggest game in college football.
If i don't see him suited up or just not playing i'll be very sad to see our number one running back out for the biggest game of the season.
I'd play no matter what (ok, maybe not if I'm missing a limb). It's not like he has a game next week or anything to rest for.
Minor will play.
He's going to do his best getting him into a situation whereby he'll be ready to play on Saturday. I won't be surprised if I see him on that field. He has a ton of work ethic.
Getting visions of poor Mike Hart in 2007
Last game of the season perhaps? The thing is that OSU's backs should be hurt as often as our's are. But not sure if that is the case.
'Brandon Minor' is bad
'Brandon Minor might not play' is good.
Well, really it's not good. But you get the symmetry I'm going for right?
I thought Vincent Smith looked pretty damn good last weekend. He runs very physically for a small dude. He knew when to cut up and get the most he could out of a carry. I am excited for his future.