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|7 weeks 6 days ago||Right all the time||
59% of the time he's right all the time.
|1 year 45 weeks ago||Nothing to see here||
|1 year 45 weeks ago||Where do you work||
It depends on where you work and how long of a drive your willing to endure. Novi and northville are good established communities with great schools, but 200k won't get you that much, canton and Plymouth are nice and a step down from novi and northville, but you can find something for 200k, you should stay north of ford road. South lyon is up and coming, but there's not to much there to do and if you work in Troy the commute would be rough. I bought a house about 1.5 years ago and from what I read Farmington is going in the wrong direction, but is still a nice community. If you want to check the affluence of an area check the school districts. even though some may be rated highly now they could be going in the wrong direction....good luck.
|4 years 18 weeks ago||Gedeon||
Would be surprised if either of our lb's were looking around
|4 years 36 weeks ago||Define great||
Please define great with an example...it's easy to judge by our own rational, but by yours no one has been great other than kovacs
|4 years 51 weeks ago||I'm outside of Sao Paulo||
My iphone still has everything in English...
More importantly I'm worried about Lewan leaving early to, but I'm guessing Kali's might get a shot first.
|5 years 16 weeks ago||national recruit||
Its no a question whether or not he has an interest in Sparty, but whether sparty has an interest in him...you know they recruit nationally now!
|5 years 17 weeks ago||who cares||
Who cares how the O$U fans react, today is about a michigan win! Lets appreciate that, not the meltdown of our oppenent.
|5 years 29 weeks ago||TKovacs||
Kovacs looked like a 5 star recruit today, in the right spot, making the right plays...Herron might get most of the TV time, but Kovacs made the big plays.
To be honest I've never been a big fan of Kovacs, but today he made me a believer.
|5 years 39 weeks ago||Dunn in Columbus||
Per TomVH, Dunn will be in Columbus Thursday or Friday and his Dad clarified he has not decommitted.
|5 years 39 weeks ago||never heard of him||
Part of that national recruiting approach Dantonio has since he had since MSU's 5th consecutive bowl game loss...
|5 years 44 weeks ago||tomorrow||
I plan on spending today making plans for tomorrow...
|6 years 6 weeks ago||title||
title is misleading, but only to someone who wanted to see a commitment post. I'll trust to great defensive coordinators to judge wether or not RJS is worthy of an offer this early in the process.
Plus you have to love to see him recruiting michigan players.
|6 years 6 weeks ago||TE||
I don't think many TE's were on Michigan's radar before Hoke.
|6 years 12 weeks ago||I know you asked who would it||
I know you asked who would it be, but I think I'd rather say who deserves it...Novak!
|6 years 19 weeks ago||hands||
I think Hemingway has great hands and understanding of positioning for deep balls...as far as a burner he's not that guy, but his shiftiness is suprising. He's easily turning into one of my favorite receivers.
|6 years 27 weeks ago||Bad joke||
If you watched the game on TV you might have noticed this...about 5 or 6 UMass players grew up UofM fans and had an opportunity to live their dream playing in Michigan stadium.
Would have meant more if we blown them out, but still entertaining.
|6 years 27 weeks ago||Defense||
IMHO, what happened is that after Uconn and ND we had expectations...we thought our D was serviceable. We forgot about the actual condition of the D, starting RS Freshman, a walk-on and converted WR's. While this game wasn't our best showing, the sky isn't falling. I am concerned that the more games we play the easier it will be for other teams to find our holes...which are numerous.
With D. Rob I think we can be competitive in most of our games...but until we gain experience and get a defensive team which is mainly led by Jr and Sr we will have this uneasiness...unfortunately I don't see that happening this year.
|6 years 32 weeks ago||S. Brown||
How is S. Brown left out of the #2 defensive player from last years squad...he played well enough to get drafted...
As far as this year below is my top 5
1) martin - hard to argue this one
2) Van Bergen - it will help that he's playing on the DL with Martin. He's not the most talented player, but he'll never give up.
3) Roh - He was a good pash rusher as a true freshman, but to be considered to be in the top 2 he'd have to improve his pass rushing skills and be more of an all around player. Should help that our DL is solid this year.
4) Woolfork - He's a best player in the secondary, my only concern will be him against the #1 WR's on other teams...
5) Mouton? - Gets a litte sketchy here, this is more of a hope than reality...just depends if our LB's are allowed to attack or react.
|6 years 35 weeks ago||S. Brown||
I'm hoping he becomes the next S. Brown, lost for a bit, but once they found the right position for him he turned into one of our better players on D.
|6 years 37 weeks ago||Vlad||
I know Vlads injury was over 2 years ago, but I was wondering if he is a 100%. I'm still a little confused as to why RR burned his RS last year knowing that his knee wasn't ready. I'm still optimistic that Vlad can become the player he was projected to be before blowing out his ACL...he was offered by some of the top schools in the country.
|6 years 37 weeks ago||Turner - CB||
Turner will start out as a CB and depending on how Avery, Talbott and Christian develop will determine where he will play. He'll only be a RS freshman this year. The main problem with our secondary is the lack of upperclassmen, as has already been pointed out. I believe RR has been recruiting enough CB in hopes of improving the situation, in 2 years, but for now we can only hope that our current players 1 don't get injured and 2 improve from last year (Floyd and Woolfork).
Correct me if I'm wrong, and I'm sure someone will...but in the 3-3-5 cover skills aren't as important as diagnosing the play and being in the right position becuase of that a player such as Christian and Turner who may not have game changing speed can play CB and excel.
|6 years 48 weeks ago||The next Gold?||
great to see him get drafted after a good senior year...not really sure where he fits in the NFL. I guess Gold made it as a small LB, so could Brown.
|7 years 12 weeks ago||class change?||
Why do people think there will be 4-5 changes. I think RR has made a point to recruit guys who won't waiver on their commitment like last year going as far as not letting them commit until they visit UofM. I'm not saying there won't be a decommit, I just don't think it will be as prominent as last year.
It has also been clarified to Hankins that there is only one more spot. It seems as if RR is willing to take the best player available at a position of need (MLB, DL or OL) as can be seen by his most recent recruiting (Taylor, Black, Donnal...etc.)
I also believe that RR has realized how much each move he does is scrutinized, so he will refrain from having a Peace situation. Overall I think there will only be one to two more players added that we don't expect, depending on what happenes with Parker. Hopefully he does choose UofM over USC.
|7 years 13 weeks ago||internet rumor||
This seems like an internet rumor that UofM fans just seem way to happy to jump on, below are some points that were brought up on a MSU board:
In the past week.
-Dantonio went to his "Dream Team" ceremony and was with him most of the night, many pictures of them.
-Went to a Basketball game and sat next to Dantonio and I think Greg Jones. Was decked out in State gear.
-Don't remember what medium it was, but told the press (paraphrasing) that he is definitely going to Michigan State.
|7 years 14 weeks ago||Magnus||
I guess it somewhat of a moot point since he's looking to move on, but I where he is on the depth chart is expected because of the aformentioned reasons.
Mainly my disappointment comes from the fact that in the last year more than any that I've known, there has been a lot of emphasis put on the fact that we don't have junior or senior players on the field and have a lot of younger players starting, which leads to part of our inept defense. If we want to turn it around players such as B. Smith need to stick around and develop. If people continue to transfer because they aren't on the 2 deep then we will have the same conversation about young players in 2 years.
|7 years 14 weeks ago||Cassel||
How many Cassel's have they had though? For all the top recruits they've had you'd expect to hear about more than just 1. I wonder how many Cassel type players didn't develop because of lack of playing.
|7 years 14 weeks ago||USC safety recruiting||
Did anyone notice that in 2009 USC recruiting 4 safteys, the #2, #4, #5 & #6 safeties overall...I know they can recruit, but sometimes its just sick. This year they have the #1 & #2 WR's (per scout)
I'm guessing thats why some guys are looking away, there's a difference between competition and trying to beat out 1st round NFL picks every years. Guys who could be NFL players will never get a chance to develop because they won't see the field.
|7 years 14 weeks ago||1 year||
was he really expected to beat out Leach or Demens in his RS Freshman year in the first year at the position?
I'm still optimistice that by his junior year he develop into a starter, especially given the condition of our LB corp.
I'm also disappointed that 3 of our top 4 recruits (per scout) from the 2008 class have or are planning to transfer (Boo boo, Smith and McGuffie)
|7 years 14 weeks ago||B. Smith||
I don't see how he doesn't fit into Gerg's D? Can someone please explain it to me? As far as his athletic traits go he seems to have the skills to fit in any D as long as he's willing to move to the best position to fit his skill set. I think thats the issue. He sees himself as a safety and the coaches see him as a LB or Hybrid LB/S.