“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”
Mad props to Rod Smith
And one of those three incompletions should have been a long TD.
Agreed, I don't think anyone in the country has the combination of talent and coaching that we do right now as a unit at the QB position.
One was a sure TD from DG dropped by Roundtree.
That was Jr.
Be quiet! We don't want another team to hire him!
(But, YES! Great job!)
Teams are more likely to go after Calvin first which would promote Rod to offensive coord. I hope no one leaves but with an offense like this on this big a stage, there is bound to be interest just like there was last year with USF.
...it looks as though Michigan is Quarterback U!
I watched the postgame presser and RR said that all three had much higher ceilings than where they performed today. Nice to hear but hard to imagine them playing much better as a unit.
may not translate to better stats. but that they will do well against higher ranked "d's" and opponents. IMO we may not have as gaudy of a stat line but the effectiveness of our "O" will go toward that "higher ceiling" statement.
I know it didn't count against the 23-26 numbers, but there was a bunch of extra yardage on that sweet play that "shoulda" been added on to the 255 total. I'd like to hear Molk's explanation on the call, cuz he sure was shaking his head in disbelief when they flagged him on that play.
That throw was spot on.
being rated in the middle of the pack of the Big Ten by ESPN?