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I don't think they changed Les at all actually
national champs baby
Patrick Hruby is doing God's work.
first comment: "EVERY ATHLETE HAS ASPIRATIONS OF WINNING AND WE HAVE OUR FAVORITES BUT IT IS ALWAYS A PLEASURE TO OTHER STUDENTS ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS, TOO!"
stupid Pistons and their refusal to tank properly
rundown of Michigan's riser
needs moar usage
so much for that
This list is completely arbitrary and not a genuine analysis of the relative merits of state fossils.
will be michigan's highest pick in a while
money has to go somewhere
I am only motivated by people who have no opinion about me.
the just released schedules were a flat-out statement that the B10 doesn't believe SOS will matter in playoff selection
but I thought that draft was supposed to be incredibly loaded?
That game open thread is gettin BIG...
The Team, The Team, The Team
is awesome. Hope Ace gifs that near-goaltending block.
Man ball. Formerly, somebody else.
Don't quote laws to us. We carry swords.
Can someone please explain what "We On" means? I know that is the shirt that the team wears... but I was wondering if there was any particular significance to it.
TRIPLE POST BUT WHO CARES
ALL INSIGHTFUL AS FAR AS I'M CONCERNED
#1 is NOT the loneliest number.
I am not really Coach Schiano. -Coach Schiano on Mgoblog
WE GON BE #1 BOI!
If you don't like Michigan you are a peasant
since the 1992-93 season. Michigan is #1.
"I wouldn't want to belong to any club that would have me as a member" - Groucho Marx
"Ohio is like a giant turd that Michigan just can't pinch off"
this basketball team...my family has had season tickets since the late 90's, barely ever miss home games. We have seen so many awful bball games, but this team is making me forget all of those horrible basketball moments. Go Blue. Forever proud to be a wolverine.
If Ann Arbor is a whore, why didn't you get in?
Colors That Float
I would most likely buy this shirt.
A few comments on the game:
- Stauskas with one of his best games, esp in the first half.
-We're capable of winning even when Burke doesn't get his shooting going right away.
-Seeing Horford, McGary, and Bielfeldt step up in the absence of Morgan is tremendously encouraging. Bielfeldt = Albrecht of the big men - not competing for the starting job, but capable of plugging gaps in the rotation off the bench.
- Also, a point from the Purdue game on the "Why we love McGary" front. After one of his dunks, the announcer accurately pointed out that he was the first one back on D. No preening, no patting himself on the back, nothing but effort. Also, I noticed that on the final possession, while we were just dribbling it out & the rest of the team was casually walking up the court, McGary was still sprinting the length of the floor at top speed. Again, nothing but effort out of the big man.
Now with 100% less South Bend, 100% more Washington DC.
These guys having a game like this now is such great timing...getting into the heart of the conference schedule, on the road, loud opposing crowd, decent team...they've gained some great experience and a lot of confidence. JB will have more options down the road when he really needs it. Great stuff.
I would gladly give all of my points to the dude in the pic to the right of McGary. I remember that post like it was yesterday. Step up bro.
We ALL owe you for being such a great rep of this institution.
Biz hundert azoi ve tsvantsik
Before Mcgary arrived in AA, I always thought he was the guy on the right. Stupid me
Reporting in for receipt of wigeon's mgopoints.
This is the 2nd game in a row I thought we didn't start playing like we should until we stepped up our effort and energy defensively. Both times in the 2nd half it clicked and we really took off from there.
I'd love to see us bring it from the opening tip, but I'm glad to win on the road in conference against a good, not great team.
Morgan - Damn. I hope he's healthy for IU...we need him against Zeller.
Robinson - He showed me a lot this game. He's gotten better defensively and he showed even more skill on the offensive end with that drive to the hoop in the first half. I'd love to see him play SF a little bit but we just have so much guard depth it's pointless. GRIII played a great game, his play is perfect for this team because he's in the right spot at all times.
Stauskas - Welcome back! I'm always harder on Nik than most because I know shooting isn't everything. Stauskas played (BY FAR) his best B1G game. He just settled down and let the game come to him. I only recall one forced shot. But he picked his spots and attacked. I also thought he played decent defensively. He still helps off his man too much, but Illinois couldn't hit a damn thing so it didn't matter. All in all, MVP of the game along with Horford.
Robinson - He's gotten so much better and so much more consistent. Love his game right now.
Burke - Welp. That was pretty "meh." Definitely Burke's worst game of the year. What frustrated me the most was all of the ISOs...RUN SOMETHING! Even a pick and roll, something, ANYTHING. I think the only ISO he made was at the end of the first half. He seriously was like 1-14 on those plays. He did step it up defensively, so props there.
McGary - Welp. That was pretty "meh." Definitely McGary's worst game of the year. He couldn't catch the ball. He couldn't rebound. He didn't make any hustle plays. No energy. He looked lost. He seriously looked like he was playing feeling under the weather. There wasn't even the arms waving! Hopefully he can bounce back because Max B. and Horford both played much better tonight. Always love the way he runs the floor though. Can't take that for granted.
Horford - Feels good to watch him play...feels better to watch him play well. He played OUTSTANDING tonight. His best game of the year. One thing about all of these NBA sons, brothers, etc. is that we have some really SMART kids on this team. THJ, Robinson and Horford clearly understand the game of basketball. Horford like GRIII was always in the right spot. You could just tell he "gets it." He understands time and possession. Loved his game tonight.
“True loyalty is that quality of service that grows under adversity and expands in defeat. Any street urchin can shout applause in victory, but it takes character to stand fast in defeat. One is noise — the other, loyalty.”
I think one of those Robinsons is supposed to be a Hardaway
Which of your two Robinson's is Hardaway?
Second one is Hardaway (he mentions GRIII by name in the first Robinson).
Reading both of the paragraphs, the first one is definitely the real Robinson. He's ALWAYS in the right spot on offense.
I agree with everything except for the McGary comments.
6 points, 8 rebounds (4 of those being offensive rebounds) is not a bad game judging by his baseline thus far. Not to mention his points came at crucial times, i.e. ending Illini scoring runs.
Horford being healthy is so incredibly important. He, Morgan, and McGary are going to be vital throughout the year. I really appreciated Bielfeldt's minutes as well.
McGary didn't have his best game however he does so much for this team. His energy is contagious he is a beast down low.
I got the shotgun. You got the briefcase. It's all in the game though, right?
Number one! Number one! Number one!
Walmart Wolverines are OK in my book!
Else see Burke's post game interview? Apparently Trey forgot Morgan is only a Jr., and not a Sr. Regardless, it was great to see the team pick up the W with Morgan on the bench. Seeing the bigs play the way the did can leave the option for him to sit against NW if need be, and get him ready for the IU game Saturday.
We can beat NW with McLimas starting at C.
He is a senior in school, just a RS junior in basketball.
Makes him a Jr. Just thought it was a little funny, obviously nothing life altering.
Anyone watching the Journey? Bacari Alexander is awesome here. He may be our next head coach.
Granted he's almost 60, but he's got some good years left.
He will be for sure.
All in for some manball.
That Chris Street part had me thinking there were onions in the living room. Sad story.
"For the last 28 years, I've spent my life in the greatest of places, the University of Michigan." -Lloyd Carr
Yeah, that was a nice piece. I love the Journey for showing these behind the scenes things that we would normally never see.
I'm impressed that they can whip an episode in a week's time. Their producers do quality work.
Yeah, I remember the Chris Street thing, and how sad it was at the time, but I'd kind of forgotten about it. That piece was excellent. I actually would've watched more on that story- it was really touching to see his parents, especially. You also just couldn't help but feel for them; they were (and still are) obviously so, so proud of him.
Bacari will be gone before coach B is retired. I bet next year Bacari gets a look at a MAC level school
So? What's to stop him from gaining some experience at another school and then coming back here when Beilein retires?
That would be perfect. Get some seasoning at another school for a few years while Beilein builds on his success, and then come back here as a more finished product as a coach. That would basically be the Brady Hoke career path.
I hope Mike Hart and/or Ty Wheatley have a similar career arc in mind for their professional lives!
Abort, Retry, Fail?
Total front runner.
"[T]here were a lot of people predicting glorious heights for Rich; mostly the same people who are predicting doom and gloom [for Hoke]. Excuse me if I doubt their prognostication skills." -- M-Wolverine
Well he is good buds with 'Worldwide Wes' and Calipari.