Roundtree was the original snake oil recruit, right? I bet he's glad he didn't go to Purdue.
Mike Lantry, 1972
Roundtree looks so weird in the 21, but I like it.
Weird because he's an inch taller and the exact same weight as Desmond? If anything, Hemingway looked weird in #21.
First off, Doug Karsch is tall.
Second off, I am excited to see Roundtree produce this year. Him wearing #21 is weird, but I think he will live up to the number this season.
Roy hinted at something which I hope is the case for everyone on this team - because it makes practice measurably more effective - and that would be the notion that with the continuity this year, there is some sense of relaxation that arise from knowing the expectations. I imagine that allows you to concentrate harder on preparing yourself physically and mentally for the season, and it should breed the "toughness" that Hoke discussed at the first day presser.
Karsch is going way off script here, he ended with a "Good luck" instead of his signature "Besta luck". This is insanity.
I'm convinced Karsch reads these boards and adds new flavor just to mess with us poor souls that devote 2 or 3 minutes every morning to watching his videos.
First was the (obvious) box and/or stilts he uses. Then the fauxhawk. Switching up his outro. What's next, any props?
"Thank you, and Go BLue" Love it!!
I love his personality, he seems like he is going to have a great year this year. When he talks, it kind of reminds me of Jalen Rose.
I love that he carries the stuff from leadership training, and hope all the seniors do.
I have a feeling this year will be magical, Go Blue
Roy is someone else that will be greatly missed...It always seemed like his personality was a bright spot through all the bullshit of the past 4/5 years....
of him catching the pass against ND - many players go a career without a highlight play for the ages.
When Gallon went stealth and caught the pass, Roy crossed the field, tracked down a defender and took him out of the play. Impressive effort, and if Gallon had another step, Roundtree would have gotten an assist. They give those in football, right? I thought that was as impressive as the game-winning catch.
Roundtree got an assist on Denard's 87 yard TD run at South Bend two years ago with a great cut block on the outside.
it was Monte Teo, their best defensive player, which made it all the sweeter.
What this video lacks the most is a Donald Duck impression
First thing I thought of also. Roundtree has been one of my favorite players on the team ever since that video and the story about needing glasses. He comes across as such a likeable person. Glad he will forever be a part of Michigan history with the UTL catch and the Illinois record.
Of the quality of players Michigan chooses to recruit, very humble young man.
I think this ends the sock debate. White socks with white jerseys look superior. I like Roundtree's look..its flashy.