“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”
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|46 weeks 1 day ago||Sorry, that's Western||
Sorry, that's Western Australia, not Washington. I really am halfway around the globe from AA.
|46 weeks 1 day ago||Okay, I've gotta ask - I'm 12||
Okay, I've gotta ask - I'm 12 time zones ahead in Perth WA. Are you in my vicinity?
|48 weeks 6 days ago||Well that truly sux.||
Just when I was salivating over how Borges was going to open up the vertical attack. Everyone's gonna talk about Reynolds and Jackson. Any thoughts on a dark horse? Csonte York?
|2 years 16 weeks ago||RDT, what an ambassador for||
RDT, what an ambassador for 'Bama football you are! Great, objective views and opinions and always very thoughtfully presented to an ostensibly hostile (but not really) crowd. I'm guessing you scored higher than a 4 on the Wonderlich (whatever) test. Cheers.
|2 years 17 weeks ago||I'm recommending we call it the Pee Wee and Poggi show!||
Henry's gonna need to bulk up a little bit but I likes what I sees. Thanks Magnus.
|2 years 34 weeks ago||Wiscy Yes!!!||
I really don't care what this does to what bowl we land in - we'll get a good one, far better than in the last 3 years, and a really good chance to win, no matter what. I'm just so happy to see Sparty go down . . . due to stupid penalties no less. I grit my teeth and curse under breath watching MSU. Honestly, I hate OSU and ND (but generally respect them - okay, maybe not OSU so much) but I despise, revile, abhor MSU.
|2 years 36 weeks ago||So much class, thank you!||
I smell a great rivalry in the making . . . great traditions, great teams, great fanbases - a chance to show America how the game should be played on and off the field. I hope our fans are as gracious when the game goes against us.
I'm thrilled you enjoyed A2; we take our role as hosts very seriously. You make me homesick (I live in Australia now and getting back for a game will be rare indeed). I hope our fans enjoy Lincoln next year.
Win out big, Big Red . . . and GO BLUE!
|2 years 38 weeks ago||Twould be a most cool pickup . . .||
but from what I've read this has been a stressful process for Mitch and his family, so while fingers and other appendages are crossed for him to join the M Family, I'm also hoping his decision provides some welcome peace and quiet. Best wishes on your choice, young man.
|2 years 38 weeks ago||Welcome to Oz! Where to watch M.||
Welcome to Oz . . . I've been living in Cairns in Far North QLD for 1 1/2 years now. Not a lot of UM fans here . . . or coverage. I've got free-to-air so am forced to get a subscription to Big Ten Ticket that allows me to watch F'ball and B'ball instantly if on BTN (and ESPN, I think). ABC games are broadcast with a time delay (12 hours, I think). The quality is pretty good. Another poster suggested an ESPN service, I don't know if that's available or what quality (I'll check it out myself). You can also try first row sports (http://www.firstrowsports.tv/). It works pretty well - bit of delay (probably reflects crappy broadband in FNQ) and you've got a wide selection of sports. There's also myp2p which has been less reliable for me (http://www.myp2p.pe/). Both first row and myp2p require you to close frequent ads that pop up and I'm advised you should never go to those ads (risky). Otherwise, pubs and casinos are a good bet - try the casino near Luna Park on the north shore . . . never went there but it looks like it would be well stocked.
So what suburb are you in? I lived for several months in Rose Bay and then Stratford before we emigrated to Cairns. Nice town . . . a bit congested and expensive but fantastic beaches, waves & water and good dining. Let me know if you're ever coming up to FNQ (the Reef, Daintree, etc - it's pretty spectacular).
Cheers and GO BLUE!