Brian brought up that T. Anderson is the latest in a long line of victorious players who claim after the victory that "they knew what they were doing". The 1st couple times I heard it I used to think boy that team got outcoached and of course provided ammo for the Lloyd bashers, but I have since come to the realization it is probably horse shit. First, if you studied film all week like you were supposed to, you should know what the other team was going to do for 80% of the snaps. 2nd is after almost everyone of Brian's UFR you can see he points out several instances that a simple execution error by 1 guy sabotaged a whole play. Did MSU have a good defensive game plan for UM, sure, but there were also 5 or 6 plays that would have been touchdowns had Mich executed correctly. Wher's Bo when you need him?? Execute!!!! That'll be the Michigan version of MAKE PLAYS!!!
Peppers at 10, which seems low.