"He makes it really easy on you as a coach because he has tremendous football instincts," Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh said. "Things come really naturally to him. He doesn't have to see things too many times. He has a good sense for how things should look and feel, and he's a tough, physical guy."
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|2 years 13 weeks ago||Dumars is a joke. The||
Dumars is a joke. The Pistons and Lions are embarrassing franchises. They're both dead to me.
Burke was in Dumars' backyard and he had the opportunity to take the longest, most thorough look at a future pro player. When Burke excels in the league, Dumars will have had no excuse.
I have no idea who's on Utah or what path Burke needs to take to be successful, but I know that he will be a great pro player. He has the drive to be better and not settle for mediocrity. He proved this by playing on a great team, against great teams, on the highest stage available to him. If Dumars wants to "build something" by bringing in guys used to mediocrity, let him do it with another team.
|2 years 22 weeks ago||Eye test is over-rated. The||
Eye test is over-rated. The league is about wins. Period. The Broncos passed the eye test last year at QB but won exactly as many playoff games as the Lions.
I hope he lands on his feet somewhere. I actually enjoyed watching the Bronco's run when he was there.
|2 years 22 weeks ago||Sonofa.||
|2 years 22 weeks ago||"Or valued a DC more than a||
"Or valued a DC more than a S&C coach and equipment."
Your hatred of Rich Rodriguez is on par with mine of the current Tiger's coach, so I get that it's possible to make empassioned, illogical, poorly thought out comments at times, because I do, but this is the stupidest comment I've seen.
This is more on the AD. The same people that think it's a cost-save to retrieve foul balls from kids in stands at UM beisbol games, thought it was a good idea to not put money into the facilities or staff.
They're still taking foul balls from kids, but at least they've upgraded the pay and facilities.
|2 years 27 weeks ago||Damn double post.||
For what it's worth, I also like Albuquerque...
|2 years 27 weeks ago||Brian Wilson time!!||
Brian Wilson time!!
|2 years 27 weeks ago||Cornballer||
I don't know what this is and am more than a little afraid of googling it at work....
|2 years 27 weeks ago||Michigan made millions off||
Michigan made millions off the Fab 5. Not flying a banner hardly gives the program the high ground.
I'd love to see Webber do whatever it takes to reconcile, but it takes two to tango. Michigan chooses not to fly any banners honoring the Fab 5 accomplishments. That's a UM thing and has nothing to do with NCAA restrictions. The first move can be made by either side, so I'm not singling Webber with all of the blame for where things stand.
|2 years 27 weeks ago||Bullshit. You DID bash||
Bullshit. You DID bash him.
His "ego" and "hubris" gave us Denard. His "system" also gave us Lewan.
I think Rodriguez will be successful, but the bottom line is, Brady Hoke knows Michigan, has full support from every aspect of the program and fan base, and has a much better recruiting system / staff.
|2 years 29 weeks ago||Classic. Can't wait to see||
Classic. Can't wait to see what the Maize Rage does with this!
|2 years 29 weeks ago||Been watching him for a||
Been watching him for a while. He may not be done growing; his dad was 6' 11". His dad also played pro ball (in France) for 11 years.
Really happy for Rick and his parents.
Yet another quality player and person for Coach B.
Welcome to the Michigan family, Rick!
|2 years 31 weeks ago||Blah. Blah. Blah.||
I have never even remotely felt better ripping my team after a bad loss, but go ahead, if that's your thing.
|2 years 33 weeks ago||Adoree...||
....how would you like to do that at Michigan in the #2 jersey?
|2 years 33 weeks ago||"If he is sorry, run the||
"If he is sorry, run the table, have the team play hustle defense, etc."
While Tim himself can hustle more and improve defensively, he doesn't control "running the table". Congrats on being realistic.
Capitalizing "me" makes your comment sound whiny, needy and selfish. Maybe it's just ME.
|2 years 33 weeks ago||/co-signed||
Best response yet.
|2 years 33 weeks ago||This team played, not just 4||
This team played, not just 4 games in 11 days, but 4 brutally physical games. These games weren't played against the soft underbelly of the Big Ten, and none of the losses were to Illinois or Iowa. This team is exhausted right now and probably more disappointed in their performance than any of the "fans" ripping them; who haven't spent one minute practicing, preparing or playing for the actual team.
This loss, on the heels of the Badger mugging, is ass-flavored horribleness. Don't take it out on our team. Let's just sit back and enjoy the ride and see where it takes us.
|2 years 34 weeks ago||Two things...||
1) Winning takes care of everything. I can only imagine the kind of "dogs-and-cats-living-together" fanstorm that would have occurred had he been a signee three years ago...
2) He is basically an OSU reject (no offer, no interest) with UM as his best offer, but that DID work out pretty well for the basketball program, and Trey.
|2 years 34 weeks ago||"The coaches could have||
"The coaches could have called him prior to offering Speight WITHOUT telling them that Speight was getting the offer."
Really? Why? Why would coaches tell their second or third choices they aren't getting an offer prior to making sure their first target is on board?
Dumbest thing I've seen on these boards today.
|2 years 34 weeks ago||Not sure why the assclowns||
Not sure why the assclowns thought your post was trolling. So far it seems the most logical one of the thread....
|2 years 34 weeks ago||Dude, those berries are||
Dude, those berries are insane!
|2 years 34 weeks ago||I must have missed that, too.||
Based on what he said this morning, he "knew" Green was Blue in November.
I thought Dawson also just said that taking visits helped take his mind off of some of the personal pain he was going through. There are some "Michigan fans" that owe him an apology.
|2 years 34 weeks ago||"unwatchable"||
I love this team and love up and down high energy games, but I also loved watching the Bad Boys and appreciate games where each possession is "valuable".
I don't mind watching teams get after it on defense. OT in this last game didn't have a ton of baskets, but I wouldn't call it "unwatchable", yeah?
|2 years 34 weeks ago||Normally agree with you, but||
Normally agree with you, but I have nothing but respect for Craft. He and Burke left everything on the floor in this game.
|2 years 34 weeks ago||Dan Samuelson||
So soft spoken, reminds me of Spielman....then he drops a "I like to give people shots to the face." and there goes coffee all over the monitor.
I love this kid already. This class is just outstanding.
|2 years 34 weeks ago||I loved watching his||
I loved watching his dad...great memories. I'm excited to see a 2nd generation Wolverine and wish nothing but the best for Jack in his Michigan career!
|2 years 36 weeks ago||"that he didn't immediately||
"that he didn't immediately confess that he was duped when asked about his non-existent-girlfriend before the bowl game?"
Imagine how long you'd wait if dude really knew it was a dude. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
"Damn, dude, thats a dude, dude!"
|2 years 36 weeks ago||Ours?||
Sorry, I'm not going there with the whole "he's ours" crap. He did some great things in a Michigan uniform, but has sense excommunicated himself by disparaging Bo. That last part means he'd dead to me unless he does a 180 on his comments.
He can't be "ours" and say his first choice was Stanford all along.
I'll dismiss his comments as "posturing" for Stanford when Harbaugh himself does.
Would this piece have been written if Harbaugh had gone to the NFL and freaking sucked? Nope. So forgive me if I don't feel the same way about him simply because he's a "great coach" right now.
|2 years 36 weeks ago||Thank you for posting.||
Anyone who can't just simply appreciate Denard, and what he's meant to this team, and this staff, is broken. Period.
The memories Denard's given me are already some of the finest Michigan memories I have.
|2 years 37 weeks ago||"It would be easy for Al to||
"It would be easy for Al to think an offense is about him, but Al, in my opinion, did a phenomenal job ...."
I like Hoke, but I've always thought his choice of words when describing Denard was less then tremendous. He has no problem praising Borges as phenomenal, but there has always seemed to be a caution or hesitancy to use superlatives with Denard...curious to me.
Anyway, water under the bridge I guess. I'll do my best to make up for the lack of superlative description of Denard by Hoke and Co.!
For the record, I think the word "grace" when describing how Denard handled this season was, and is, perfect.
|2 years 37 weeks ago||Hoke owes Denard||
Maybe Denard "frustrated" the coaches, but they owe a lot of "patience from the fans" to Denard for staying. A lot of experts were whispering that he should have left when the new staff was announced, but he stayed, and was hugely responsible for the team's record in that first season.
To me, Denard will always be one of the greatest people to ever don a Michigan uniform.