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|3 days 13 hours ago||Was Bo Dever really on the||
Was Bo Dever really on the field for that play? I thought it was Dileo, Funchess, Gallon in the stack?
|3 days 19 hours ago||I enjoyed the Gedeon sack.||
I enjoyed the Gedeon sack. Something about seeing players from Ohio making big plays against OSU has a bit of extra satisfaction. Seeing Butt and Deveon Smith play well was also nice.
|4 days 7 hours ago||To everyone who is confused||
To everyone who is confused at people who aren't upset afer this game I ask you this: Do you feel better after this loss or after the Akron or UConn wins?
|4 days 9 hours ago||Hoke made the right call||
Michigan's chances going to overtime against OSU, who was averaging 8 ypc and Michigan missing Gibbons, were slim. Better to go for the win. If he had made it, everyone would have called it genius. Go be a pussy somewhere else.
|4 days 13 hours ago||Great decision||
I was telling everyone with me I hope he goes for 2 if they score and was psyched when he did. Once Michigan was within 1 score under 2 minutes I just felt like we were playing with house money. Great game, never felt this good after an OSU loss.
|5 days 12 hours ago||Nick Irvin||
I've heard it more than 5 times this half alone.
|1 week 12 hours ago||Yes, like the Jewish||
Yes, like the Jewish holidays, Easter Sunday is determined by the lunar cycle (First sunday after the first full moon after the spring equinox). So it always bounces around but is never before March 20th and always within 28 days of March 20th. It is also always the same week as Passover making it really convenient for school holidays.
|1 week 12 hours ago||The Jewish holidays follow||
The Jewish holidays follow the Hebrew calendar which is a lunar calendar. The Gregorian calendar and Hebrew calendar line up every 19 years because 7 times during that period they add an extra month by splitting the month of Adar into Adar 1 & Adar 2. So the holidays slip backwards then bounce forwards in the Gregorian calendar but every 19 years the holidays fall on the same gregorian date.
I happen to have been born on Yom Kippur so my 19th birthday also fell on Yom Kippur and my 38th birthday will as well.
|1 week 6 days ago||Courtesy? If I were a coach||
Courtesy? If I were a coach I'd want to know how many kids are leaving so I can recruit accordingly. I'm sure many of the kids who know they are going pro let their coaches know even if the coaches don't announce it publicily. Just like Michigan is recruiting for more spots than are currently available according to the depth chart. They know their players and have good relationships with them.
|2 weeks 10 hours ago||The college and pro game are||
The college and pro game are very different in regards to the running game. Because defenders aren't quite as big or fast you can have very dominant offenses that are very running focused like the RR and Oregon spread offenses. Even a lot of their passing is short screens that rely on the receiver to make moves after the catch and are similar to a run. The hits are just too hard and defenders too fast to make it sucessful at the next level but it doesn't mean it won't work in college. Wisconsin and Stanford are also showing that a power running offense can succeed in college.
|2 weeks 4 days ago||I vividly remember the word||
I vividly remember the word that I yelled on that play as I thought for sure it was over thrown.
|3 weeks 17 hours ago||I just want to say I find the||
I just want to say I find the teenage thug look that Farrel tries to do in every picture hilarious when he's a fat middleaged man whose job it is to talk to 17 year olds. Plus his whole godfather of recruiting thing.
|3 weeks 4 days ago||lock||
Old thread should be locked when second half thread opens. Force everyone over.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||Meant CBs, though as||
Meant CBs, though as mentioned above he has layed the wood against WRs in hail mary defenses.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||Would love to see Funchess||
Would love to see Funchess knock some MSU WRs on their asses when they try to play press coverage and get handsy.
|6 weeks 3 days ago||For some reason Michigan||
For some reason Michigan seems to turn it over a lot more on their side of the 50 than the opponents and a lot seem to happen within MIchigan's 25. Over 7 games, the opponents essentially start out up 7 points.
|6 weeks 3 days ago||You're calling MSUs defense||
You're calling MSUs defense average? Take off the homer glasses, their defense is legit and is a top 10 unit nationally. Those 28 points were almost tripple what any other opponent has scored on MSU.
|6 weeks 3 days ago||I also noticed that it didn't||
I also noticed that it didn't seem like Gardner started dropping back until the rest of the OL had taken it's first step and so he was late to get the ball to the RB.
|6 weeks 3 days ago||So does A & M and Mizzou||
So does A & M and Mizzou beating SEC teams mean they are good or does it mean that outside of Alabama the SEC is just like other conferences?
Would be nice if they could remove the bias from these rankings and not rank teams until week 5.
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Because Mr. Yost likes making useless posts and||
Because Mr. Yost likes making useless posts and hearing himself talk.
|6 weeks 4 days ago||People seem to be discounting||
People seem to be discounting Indiana's offense because they are Indiana. But they are a good offense. They put up double the average number of points that MSU gives up, put up more on Missouri than Georgia did, and their head coach is the former OC from Oklahoma who had some pretty good offenses under him. They will continue to put up a ton of points and I can see their game in November against OSU being 1500 yards of combined offense.
|6 weeks 4 days ago||IU vs OSU should be a lot of fun to||
IU vs OSU should be a lot of fun to watch.
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Agreed. If you can't beat em, hire||
Agreed. If you can't beat em, hire them.
|6 weeks 4 days ago||My concern was from when they were at the 50 with||
My concern was from when they were at the 50 with 1:30 to go. With all the struggles to get to the line with more than 10 seconds it felt like one mistake and they would blow a chance to score. Then they picked up the pace well, a bit too well.
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Never||
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Not liking the clock milking from 50 yards out.||
Not liking the clock milking from 50 yards out. They look to be leaving too little time to get near the end zone.
|6 weeks 4 days ago||That wasn't a bubble||
That wasn't a bubble screen.
|6 weeks 5 days ago||And with prostate cancer you have the same false||
And with prostate cancer you have the same false positives but the side effects of treatment are worse. Impotence, incontinence and terrible infections from surgery around the prostate.
|6 weeks 5 days ago||My issue is with our blind following of the mantra||
My issue is with our blind following of the mantra of early detection and deathly fear of the word cancer. (Those were just two articles I could Google easily on my phone.)
The tests are far less accurate than medical professionals care to admit and provide plenty of false positives. (Even if they are 95% accurate, if 1% of the tested population has cancer, about 80% of your positives will be cancer free)
Many cancers are either benign or so slow growing as to not be likely to kill someone, especially older people. And yet those people will want the cancer removed while putting themselves at risk of post surgery complications or death. Others are so aggressive that no matter when you find them you won't survive. And yet they undergo chemo and treatment and spend their last years weakened and sick instead of trying to enjoy their life. For some early detection does save lives but people never consider the costs and harm done to those who wouldn't die from cancer or benefit from treatment. And that's before you get to the amount this costs.
|6 weeks 5 days ago||http://mobile.nytimes.com/blogs/well/2011/10/11/th||
Whenever evidence comes out that opposes the idea of more screening it is quickly attacked by stories of someone supposedly saved by early detection. But no one ever speaks for those who are falsely believed to have cancer and who suffer complications or death for something that would never kill them.