Women's Football Academy -submit your questions
As a player do you prefer night games or day games?
I'm curious about that, too.
If you see anyone on offense, I am curious as to their thoughts on how the installation of Nussmeier's scheme is going, and I think others might be as it is probably one of the keys to success this year. Could they put a percentage on it, even a rough one? In their estimation, are their certain aspects of the scheme that are easier or harder?
that everyone will be asking about this. I can't wait to meet Nussmeier - I bet he'll have a huge line for autographs.
Do members of the team read MGoBlog?
Caveat - We may not have seen their true improvement during the Spring Practice, given that it was just practice. Is the overall sense among the players that the unit will better this year even with the loss of two players to the NFL?
During the PSU game last year, when Borges dialed up Fitz's number for the27th and last time for the night, did anybody need to be restrained from going up into the booth and punching Al in the head?
...forgive and forget eh MGO? Lol.
With all respect, I wish Mr Borges all the best for his next endeavors. However was very happy with the Nuss hire. Looking forward to a new season and new offensive strategy.
I used to be 100% MaryAnn, year after year. The perky girl next door, yadda yadda, yadda.
But as I get older . . . I've really embraced the wanton sleeziness that was Ginger Grant.
Oh yeah, my football question . .
"What causes Pip in poultry?"
Don't forget Lovey Howell. There were three woman on that island, not two. Not sure Thurston was taking care of business if you know what I mean.
She is actually kinda hot.
LOL - it's gonna be a LONG summer.
To feel better about myself.
The Original inshapemom
I am so excited for this weekend! I hope I can keep my wits about me enough to ask the questions I have :)
that's why I am asking for questions. I'm ususally so itimidated/impressed/awed that my brain doesn't work. See you Saturday!
I almost wonder if the team has a feeling of determination to win this year because they sucked so bad or do they just do enough practice stuff to keep the coaches happy and whatever happens on Saturday happens. I mean we saw the what the team from 2005 do in 2006.
lost by 7, 3, 3, 4, and 4. The' 05 team also beat end-of-year #3 PSU. The 1996 team lost by 1, 4, 12 (5 TOs and a blocked punt returned for a TD vs PSU), and by 3. The '96 team also beat end-of-year Top 5 Colorado and tOSU, both on the road. THey got a little better, and the highly competitive losses became wins (or at least, mostly for the '06 team.)
Conversely, the 2013 team got absolutely smoked by MSU and by KSU. And the marquee win was against a 30ish Notre Dame at home.
96 and '05 could have been great years. '13 could have been an absolute disaster.
Very good point. I just know that the 2005 team emphasized that their poor showing was unacceptable for a Michigan team and really made the strides necessary to be more successful the following year. I'd just like to get that same feeling from this team. I get the feeling they are becoming complacent with mediocrity because outside of 2011 we've been mediocre (at best) since 2008 or so.
So basically I would ask, "what are you guys doing to prevent from having another bad year?" If it's just some fluff response then I'd be worried.
I'm sorry I'm going to miss it this year. Here's my question for the largest player you can find: What does a normal day of eating look like for you?? Also, what is his favorite Ann Arbor restaurant and what does he eat there?
That's a good one. One year I ate lunch with Ondre Pipkins and he ate 5 hamburgers, 2 chicken breasts and a bunch of cookies for lunch! I couldn't believe the amount of food on his plate.
I ate lunch with Taylor Lewan and Patrick Omameh one year and they each had two huge plates of food. It was fascinating.
ask them what they think about former players like Woodson, Hutchinson and Griese coming back to support the hospital and if they have plans to play role in supporting the hospital? If so, what do those plans include? I know that these are kids and this thought may not be at the forefront of their mind right now, but you never know until you ask. Someone could surprise you.
I've decided I am going to ask about general topics that I think will actually provoke a conversation. I'm going to start out with asking about negative recruiting - what their experiences with it were like when they were in high school, what kind of impact they think it has, do they think it is ok and to what extent, etc.