Football Display Case
...talks about how UConn hasn't been in contact and how they're out. (HT: UMHoops)
Jalen, Burke, and Simmons.
Mike Hart the heavy favorite in the trolling competition
just what the Pistons need: a third string center. Joe Dumars was replaced by a mean ol' alien a few years back you guys.
this would be a close approximation of hypothetical graduation speech
no you guys they're just super pumped about COLLLLLLLLLLLLEGE
not a surprise
premature congrats. One thing we can be sure of: he'll take fewer asinine penalties than Abdelkader
Thanks to ugly transitions between Fulmer/Kiffin/Dooley/Davis, Tennessee is on the edge of APR penalties for football.
i approve of this message
strong indictment of AAU right heah
Glockner sides with justice
a good cause, and a good time
good job gents
Simply put, who is the Wolverine in any sport, that you are most thankful for? (Coaches not included)
I'll have to say Charles Woodson. He's my favorite Michigan athlete of all time, by far.
I second Woodson. He made my college years unbelievably satisfying from the football perspective.
Desmond Howard. Even after his college years he still comes back and supports Michigan
THIS IS MICHIGAN
Love Sir Charles but not today. I'm thankful for every kid who stayed through 2 coaching changes and will be rewarded on Saturday.
Gotta go with Mattison right now, for this year.
YOU'RE CHEATING!!!1! HE SAID NO COACHES!
"There will be blood on the field and it won't be mine." -KK
Mattison by a long shot...
Reporter: “Did you visit the Parthenon while in Greece?”
Shaquille O’Neill: “I can’t really remember the names of all the clubs we went to.”
Demond. I love Woodson but not today.
Didn't Demond Wilson play Lamont Sanford?
"Funny isn't it, how naughty dentists always make that one fatal mistake."
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Lol oops. Desmond is who I almost the most thankful for this thanksgiving.
....so you don't love Woodson today?
Defensive Heisman winner. Leader of the '97 Nat'l Championship defense. MSU and Washington St. gravity-defying interceptions. OSU punt return stake through the heart. Woodson, no doubt.
#2 on my list:
Edward "Bo" Schembechler, Jr.
Do Something. If it works, do more of it. If it doesn't, do something else.
For being a dick and turning down Hoch's Job. Thanks Jim.
C'mon, it's HOKE.
Wow. I am usually good spelling names, and I know it's Hoke. I guess it's the first time I've ever typed it out. Truly embarrassed.
For this current year, Ryan Van Bergen. Kid was a hard worker who stuck around and made something of himself for a lower rated recruit. Just a true grinder and a true Michigan man.
He was a 4 star on scout and rivals... He wasn't really a lowly rate recruit.
As was recently noted, no, hardly a no-name recruit:
"500 channels and nothing but cats."
greg mattison and his milkshake
The best thing about being married??? I get to stick it to a Spartan on a regular basis.
His milkshake brings all the recruits to the yard.
Hail To the Victors...In Ohio
Mattison is king of Ann Arbor this year for sure. Sir Charles also has a special place in my heart.
Abort, Retry, Fail?
But I more likely see him as a talking head on tv. Either way, he would be a great representative for the university.
CoE Class of 2007
Come on, LB has had some down games recently
"We ARE Michigan...COME GET SOME!!!"
Novak. He will never get the full credit that he deserves, but to me he is invaluable. I will always credit him with a major role in helping turn this once proud program back around.
for the tatoo mustache
But sir, but sir, BUT NOTHING
Tshimanga Biakabutuka. 313 yards versus OSU.
But in all seriousness, Zack Novak. I'm really going to miss him. Second place goes to this year's class of seniors on the football team that stuck around. All of 'em. So much heart.
See it through.
This year Mattison and Jake Ryan. Kid is always around the ball and just makes plays.
"But in the tire fire that was last year's secondary he showed a little spark." - Brian Cook
Kovacs on this team, hands-down. Walk-on progresses to onfield vocal leader who plays his guts out very effectively. BTW, I got myself a Kovacs jersey - bought a #23 Nike at a big discount online and had a seamstress reverse the numbers to #32. Look for me on the golf course & Section 5 and GO BLUE!
All In Worldwide
Brian. For this blog and giving us all the Michigan outlet we have craved.
He turned the program around quickly, and did it just in time for my arrival on campus this fall. Hail!
As a Patriots fan, I'm most thankful for Tom Brady. .
Avatar is a reference to this. Go Blue!
Jalen Rose. Was a fan before I became a Wolverine. He did great things for my Pacers and he made a sweet documentary.
Current: Jordan Kovacs/Shoe
Former: Desmond Howard
Pro: Jeff Backus. Only because he's the only former Wolverine on the Lions.
Favorite player has to be Anthony Carter. He is to this day the best college receiver I have ever seen. His play against Indiana is one of my five favorite sports memories. But my favorite Wolverine, without a doubt, is Bo. He was imperfect (maybe a bit too conservative when he had superior talent, had a temper). But he was passionate. His integrity was unmatched. And he was winner. I am proud that he, more than anyone, is the person people think of when they think of my alma mater.
ALL THE PLAYERS.
successfully achieved 1 year self-imposed posting ban 4/10/13
all of em
www.eatacheeseburger.blogspot.com Brian Cook has read this blog!
This year it's Denard. That's CRAZY!!!
BTW, Good omens from the Macy's Day Thanksgiving parade: Muppets and the Hawaiian War Chant.
I loved that guy. Hopefully Meyer can mimic his masterful coaching abilities.
But cereally, as a kid I would've picked Woodson. Now, I'm picking Denard. Not because of the dilithium or statistics, but because he defines how Michigan players should play and act on and off the field. Plus his smile be like dang.
For all time, its Bo. For now, its Mattison
Charles Woodson, down the sideline, he's gonna go all the way, TOUCHDOWN MICHIGAN!!!!!
Right now, I'll go with Denard Robinson, and lately, Fitz is a close second.
"Play hard and with great effort"
"A Michigan Man will coach a Michigan Team"
Changed the program like no player before or since.
Honorable mention to John Navarre, who stepped up and took four years of undeserved shit that should have been heaped on Drew Henson and the coaching staff that left us with no QB. And somehow also became a decent quarterback against all odds.