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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?
A comment so great you posted it twice!
"gonna twist the cap off a green lizard" - Jim "Mad Dog" Mandich
I believe that we will compete for the national championship in the 2014 and/or 2015 seasons.
...............most games are decided by a few plays - other than a punt return and 3 (approximately) 50 yard pass plays ....we win - dammit
Michigan fought hard and could/should have had this game if they could have wrapped up the QB once on that last drive or not given up so many huge plays. Bottom line...This team doesn't have stud playmakers. I am hoping there are some on the way. Before RR, we always used to have some on offense and defense. The only ones we have are Denard and Devin. If is frustrating to lose the way we did today. With one or two big-time playmakers, this could be a much different football team.
What ya gonna do when HOKEamania runs wild on you???
crazyy how often UM had to blitz this game to get anything. When the DL did appear to make a play they couldn't get the sack. Ryan, Clark, and Black all failed to sack the QB on plays that could have won the game.
Got to bring him down.
Gardner, also not too sharp most the game. Played good enough to win, but could have controlled the game if he makes better throws. Gallon got open ALL game long.
Just like against Bama and OSU. Gallon is the only WR who can make plays and get open vs. good teams. Prob should have had 200yds if Gardner is on point.
Overall, UM coaches called as good a game as [ossible. UM just needs more playmakers and a little more consistency from Gardner. He was just good enough to win though. D couldn't close the deal
Missed most of the first three quarters attending my best friend's granddaughter's 2nd birthday (this is what happens to you when you grow up, kids). From what I saw it was a helluva game where Michigan just got out big-played. Carolina had what, one sustained drive (and that one at the end of the game)?
Clowney's hit on Vincent Smith won him the Player of the Game...that was one of the most amazing hits I've ever seen watching college ball...I'm glad Vincent wasn't hurt, and I can't really blame him for losing the ball. From a karmic point of view, come on...the 'Cocks should've had the ball one play earlier anyway.
Watching their QB's just shrug off Michigan tacklers was pretty discouraging. Can't believe the combination of strength and balance those guys have (that's what I'm telling myself rather than choosing to believe that Michigan tackling on defense still reflects echoes of the RichRod era).
Very sorry that the Florida guys on the team couldn't come back home for a win. Especially Denard.
Freaking UNIFORMZ were awful. Couldn't read the numbers on the jerseys in the sunshine.
This should have been Hoke's first year result. His ACTUAL first year was a remarkable (but dearly needed and appreciated) overachievement...I await Team 134 with a mixture of anxiety and uncertainty. Maybe Charles Woodson will retire from the NFL and come back to complete his degree and use his final year of eligibility on the field...secondary help is badly needed.
Just watched the PAC 12 smart kids run all over the People's Republic of Madison on their first possession. Looks like another loooooooooooooooong day for the B1G.
You win some you lose some. It's the attitude and effort that you come back with after a loss or poor play that makes you loved by your teammates and by fans. So, Kovacs couldn't run the guy on that TD pass (maybe even a few others). He showed great effort, he was a great leader, and if he wasn't in there it would have been way worse. We were in the game and it could have gone either way. A couple of those near sacks could have easily won it. The pressure on that last play a second earlier could have won it. Sometimes you lose.
I don't think this loss hurts us that much considering we played pretty well. It tells us that we can play with a good SEC team. We're not there yet, but we're not that far away either. Countess comes back healthy, Devin gets some more experience, the o-line puts on some beef. Most of our proglems/challenges have been addressed and they simply need time to take effect. I believe this loss could be a beneficial experience for us to show that we still need more work and effort to get back, but we're getting close. So, let's not be so negative towards guys who did things the right way, played hard, had a good attitude, and did their best. Lets send off those seniors with a thank you. Dealing with a loss is a part of competition.
Strength equipment is expensive and guarantees you nothing. A strong will is free and can give you everything you want.
Holy shit...I am only commenting here so I can be part of a 1000 post thread...a first for me!
I'm pretty sure this is the longest thread of all time now.
"I love him, he's a great coach, he's a great mentor, he's a great friend. He's every single thing you want a college coach to be, and he does it flawlessly." -David Molk