that's unfortunate, but at least the interest is there on both sides
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|1 year 30 weeks ago||Ok so by what you are saying,||
Ok so by what you are saying, when M plays the Akrons (App St) of the world we should not expect the coaches to have the team fully ready for a battle, with a full playbook, but just expect cause "We are Michigan" that we should roll by 30-40 points and come out with a small playbook. Yeah that has worked out well in the past. The coaches should gameplan and have the players ready for a 60 minute battle every single week, this is not 30 years ago where the helmet spotted us 10 points and playing a non-BCS school automatically meant a 30+ point win. You would think week 1 of this season would have opened everyones eyes up if App St didnt.
|4 years 3 weeks ago||That would be nice to see||
But what, that has happened once so far in his coaching career, it isnt like that is the every year occurrence. Prior to last year, in his last 5 years at Ball State and his other year at SDSU he has had a player other than QB go over 1000 yards 3 times combined(2 WR, 1 RB). So that is a blind squirrel finding a nut, more than the norm. Actually the year before, his leading rusher had what 559 yards???? Sounds like real MANBALL to me.