Coaches' timeouts are worse. Basketball teams should get one, full stop.
Cox the most popular player with the ladies
... usually are.
I would assume that most women would not want 45 of them at one time.
Funny the differences between men and women. Give me 45 breasts at one time any day of the week!
So what is the 23rd chick doing with her other breast?
This could really be taken out of context.
LLB: I think the context and intent of this entire thread are very clear and not open to misinterpretation.
I wonder if UM is going to borrow some of the South Carolina Gamecocks' cheers?
Trojans vs. The Cocks
Always my favorite. Especially since Spurrier got to South Carolina. If they do play USC anytime soon they'll have a couple of total dicks on the sidelines
I'm guessing that's vertical vs. "endowment"? Either way, hide the women and children...
Good ole Georgia
and he will jump over you...
No wonder he hasn't cracked the lineup, he keeps tripping over his junk.
Justs sayin' what everyone is thinkin'.
... like a three legged stool. I mean, you were thinking that too, right?
50/50 chance his teammates start calling him Tripod if one of them reads this thread. Hell maybe we are all part of some new Mgoblog lore.
In one of the Yayy! Happy! games early in the season, Michael had a nice run, almost got knocked down near the sideline, regained his balance, cut back right, and picked up a few more yards. It looked as though he used his arm to brace himself briefly in a Ray Rice-ish maneuver, but it was on the far sideline and there was traffic around, so who knows.
He did brace himself with his arm and it was a brilliant second effort that led to quite a few extra yards if I remember correctly.
Didn't Brandon Minor do a flip over a safety/LB that went low on him once this year and then start running again?
Regarding Minor: Yes, that happened in the Iowa game
I also remember the play Huntington Wolverine was thinking of - Minor literally flipping over a guy then landing on his feet and continuing to run.
Probably only got about 5 more yards, but when he started running again, I thought he might break it, which would have been doubly amazing.
Was behind a paywall a month or so ago over on Rivals and maybe it was mentioned here...but I recall Kevin Grady commenting in an interview that Cox is the most athletic of the returning RBs and he predicted he would take the starting job next year.
not sure if he was having a case of the Fred Jackson's or there is something to it, but I would love to see him get some quality touches this year as the "big back".
Pretty sure he'll be the 'big back'
I heard he is a natural pole vaulter as well.
I like that he said he has to get Denard on the field more. He acknowledges that Denard will still be at QB, but he'll try and get him on the field more at other positions.
I expect he becomes a lot more involved with the offense this year now that Minor is gone.