10 minutes from now the BTN is re-airing last night's preview of the team for all of you working at home/can DVR your stuff from work/called in sick/whatever.
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By the way, for those that have a Comcast DVR, you can control it online from comcast.net.
Couldn't help but throw the jersey on. Tate looked like his throws were crisp and had a great touch compared to the other two on the quick out passes. RR is going to have a tough time choosing a starting QB, which is actually a good thing, since its choosing the better QB rather than the lesser of two evils. Our O-line looks awesome as well. I can't wait, only 2 weeks left.
Tate didn't have any heart in his throws. He obviously lacks motivation to be true Michigan Man. Should be cut, IME.
Still dealing with no BTN in Louisiana, is this streamed online anywhere? Didn't see it on Youtube. Someone mentioned B10 Tracker but I don't want to download anything, especially at work.
Im in Shreveport and I get it through Comcast.
I wish I had that option, you'd think Mike Cox's Cable Company (Cox Cable) would carry the Big Ten Network, but alas, no.
My girlfriend has Direct TV and I made her get it as well. I just told her that isf she plans on seeing me on a Saturday between the Sep4th and January she better add it.
I think Devin Gardner is going to be ready to start as a Michigan quarterback next year.
Looks pretty damn good. I think it is a difficult decision between Tate and Denard... which is great.
i don't want to be THAT guy. but after watching the BTN preview show hi-lites, i'm a bit worried about the passing game. i know reports are that DR has improved his passing a lot, and i believe that. but those BTN hi-lites showed quite a few bad passes on those quick-out routes.
but more disturbing to me is how many catchable balls were dropped. those passes are like extended hand-offs. you can't be dropping those. I watched the OSU preview and the coaches were making kids do push ups when they dropped a pass. i know that's old school, but i liked it.
The dropsies were a bit frustrating. Was it Roundtree that dropped that easy TD pass from DR in the spring game? No body around, just dropped the ball. If opposing D’s don’t have to scheme too much to defend our receivers, it frees them up to blitz us like crazy. At that point it doesn’t matter if it is Tate or DR or DG. But I am sure that if we know this then the coaches do too, hopefully this gets improved before Sept. 4.
That's why it's called practice.