Just think...with a 3:30 gametime we might have seen a HaHa commitment before day's end....
Oh well. This game will be a boon to recruiting regardless; what playmaker in the country couldn't want to take their talents to Ann Arbor?? Go Blue.
...come signing day 2011 (and 12)
and we know what those guys were watching today.
Come on up and join the party. This offense has still not reached its full potential yet, and that's a chilling thought for our opponents.
Scary but true. With 4 turnovers and to produce like that? Unreal.
5 turnovers actually, and 6 if you want to count the turnover on downs because of a shotty kicking situation.
We won the game...it was exciting...the coaching staff has something positive to say again...and we are going bowling. Huge win in so many ways.
I would like to believe they were watching from home. Great win for the team and for the recruitment of players. Go Blue!
Hopefully other top defensive recruits will see how good this team can be with a good defense. Great win for UM today.
Hoping to see a Hello post after this emotional rollercoaster. That would be the icing on the cake
Desmond Morgan commits to UM*
I hope Deanthony Arnett saw every single reception our receivers made for big plays and thought to him "hm, that will be me."
As TomVH said on Twitter, he was at the game today and the first play was a 75 yarder for a TD.
not to mention Roundtree setting the michigan reciever record w/ almost 250 yards receiving!? But I thought this offense doesn't pass!? If Denard hasn't disproved that with his great QB play and huge arm, maybe it was his 240 yards passing at the end of the first half! Perhaps Arnett might be reconsidering his previous belief that UM wouldnt give him a chance to get to the next level as a WR?
you saw it, you wanna come don't you?
could bring haha up north anyway. Last time I checked the score LSU was up by 3 and bama's not moving the ball that well.
Why would that make sense? We just got off of a three game losing streak.
Because HaHa is an intelligent person and a man of statistics and facts. First, if Bama loses then that means they are doing worse than they did last year and are on the decline. We, on the other hand, have consistently improved under Rich Rod. Second, a Bama player won the Heisman last year. Rarely does a team produce two Heisman players in a 5 year period. Never has a team, except for Michigan, produced a defensive Heisman winner. The chances of him getting his trophy here are much better than at Bama...
Note: these facts and stats have not been researched
Note2: denard winning the trophy in 2011 will not affect these biased findings
Whoa whoa whoa. Now I'm a huge Michigan fan and I'm not here to start anything, but to say Alabama is on the decline is outragous. Second, I highly doubt whoever wins the heisman each and every year will influence where a highly touted recruit will go. Sure it might be nice to say "The school I'm going to has just won a heisman trophy" but you don't go to a school because they won it recently. And Michigan being the only school to win the heisman as a defensive player is great and all but Woodson was a once in a lifetime athlete. Does Haha have the same talent? Maybe, I don't know. But the fact that it's only happened once says enough. Now I do agree with you on one thing and that's Denard getting the heisman in 2011.
If Bama is on the decline, I'd hate to think of what we are.
^ i like the way you think