landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
Interesting to note about Denard Robinson......he is a Kinesiology major at Michigan. It is the study of the Science of Human Movement. Kinesiology applies: biomechanics, physiology, anatomy and motor learning in order to assess human movement, function and performance. Who better to study this than Denard Robinson. I assume he will be going for his PhD in Kinesiology at some point.
Going for his PhD? Dude, he's already schooling kids on Saturdays.
If he starts moving any faster the physics department is going to recruit him as a substitute for a particle collider.
No no he's a sports management major; just about every football player is. Sports management is in the school of kinesiology for some odd reason, but the major has nothing to do with kinesiology. There has actually been a push by some students to get it moved to the B school.
To date, the principal image of the 2010 college football season has been a dreadlocked quarterback wearing unlaced cleats and a No. 16 jersey outrunning defenders to the end zone.
Amen to that, brother.
Everytime I hear/see Rittenberg, I think of Stevie Janowski?
the more I like him
Denard is a freak. Plain and simple. God, I hope he lights MSU up Saturday.
FSD's Dave Dye apparently really believes that there are no other players on Michigan's team, but thinks Denard doesn't need them anyway.
And, this is pretty topical since it's live-streaming, but: there's a MSU-UM "Roundtable Discussion" on fsd.com complete with CoverItLive in the sidebar right now (noon ET ff.).
Close games are the norm for Northwestern, which has gone 27-7 in its last 34 games decided by seven points or fewer
That statistic is just absurd.