I thought everyone would enjoy this article about Denard Robinson and see just how crazy his stats are so far this year. Enjoy.
Denard Robinson Is An Alien
Denard is not an alien, but aliens WILL try to steal his DNA. They won't be fast enough to catch him though.
The aliens only hope is to run the ball and use up the clock so he doesn't get on the field.
And just last weeke, NASA discovered the first "Goldilocks" planet. -- one not too hot or too cold to sustain water-dependent life. Coincidence? perhaps. But I, for one, am not ruling out that an intergalactic dilithium raid is in the offing.
Luckily, our line is strong. If neither UConn, ND, Bowling Green, nor Indiana can break through for a sack, I wouldn't be overconfident about my chances if I were Goldilocks.
Denard is obviously a product of the historic Stem Cell Line the University rolled out this week. I'm glad they kept it under wraps until State week at least.
This is an entirely viable theory.
and a cromulent one too.
Denard truly embiggens my spirit every time he touches the ball.
I thought he was the predator? Ipso facto ok an alien
I'm not saying we're cousins, I'm just saying....
+1 to you sir
I'm not okay with this if we have to play a mud game. His only weekness is/would be mud covered people/defenders.... He can't see them.
That and if he does get a devastating injury he will have to self destruct and explode our beautiful stadium.
If he's covered in mud then they can't see him either...
i believe dilithium comes from earth.
just like Lil Wayne!
Maybe dreads are a sign of alien life. This would explain why dreads = better football player.
1.Pacman Jones (when he had them) 2. Marshawn Lynch 3.Nate Webster 4. Devin Hester 5.Reggie Williams 6. Josh Cribs 7.Marion Barber 8.Lawrence Maroney 9.Bob Sanders 10.Steven Jackson 11.Al Harris
The Space Emperor just sends them down here to destroy the Big Ten.
Do you think he's going to tell us about.......The Event?
I'm pretty sure he IS the Event.
Technically, if you live on another planet we're all aliens. Cosmic.
Imagine this team when we have alien ninjas on D as well. (I count Martin as an alien pirate.)
Yeah, that's what I thought. I need to change my pants too.
Denard + Ninjas = Unstoppable
Unlike most football players, he runs track. That means running repeats in practice (100s, 200s, 400s, etc...). This translates to endurance and extra speed on the field.
does he run for michigan?
You know who really is an alien? Sam Cassell. Astounding.
It's too bad he never got to play with Sean Elliott...
This is how you set yourself apart . . . recruiting guys like Denard who NO ONE ELSE sees the potential in. An alien, for sure. No one saw this coming. No one. Not even almost all Michigan fans.
That's a trap almost every top tier team falls into. When the top players rated players at each position are practically begging for offers, staffs get lazy and don't search for the best fit or best workers. The original Pete Carrol teams had their share of lower rated guys that were willing to outwork everyone and compete everyday. Towards the end, they lost some of that desire and fit. Same thing with FSU in the early aughts.
Although I somewhat agree with your theory. It would be nice if you could name specific players to prove your point.
I would really like to see Michigan vs. Oregon. Just an offensive explosion with defense as an afterthought. It would be a fun game to watch for everyone but fans of Michigan and Oregon.
I'd almost fork over $40 to watch that on Pay-Per-View.
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He's gonna be the first alien to win the Heisman Trophy.
This guy clearly did not do his research.
Lest he forget about Charx Wo, Most Heiled Overlord of the Ulysses Galaxy, who descended from the heavens under the Earthly guise of Charles Woodson to be the 1st and only primarily defensive player to win the Heisman in Earth Year 1997.