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|1 day 2 hours ago||Wow. A ticket giveaway that||
Wow. A ticket giveaway that is literally just a small icon of a torn piece of paper? I am dissapoint, Brandon.
|2 days 7 hours ago||Cosign. I hate to say it, but||
Cosign. I hate to say it, but my passion for this team has faded over the past few years. I no longer get upset when we lose. The only thing that's left is a deep sadness that these players and coaches, who I so dearly want to succeed, are failing. They work so hard, and care so much, only to fall short. It sucks.
|2 days 7 hours ago||What I learned||
Pregames are now officially the best part of gameday.
|6 days 56 min ago||35-10 M||
21-3 at half. Scores for Chesson, Funch, Green (2), and Smith
|6 days 7 hours ago||What matters is that he||
What matters is that he thinks he turned out fine. Therefore he feels justified in raising his kid the same way. Your or my character assessments don't really enter the equation.
Also, just because he "went to college" (as a star athlete I'd add) and lives "as a rich dude" doesn't mean he's ever had those beliefs challenged. In fact I'd say the opposite, that both of those things point to him living in a bubble.
|6 days 7 hours ago||Hot take||
I have what seems like an unpopular take on the issue, but I'm curious to see what people think about it. First off I'll just say that I'm personally 100% against physical discipline such as this, I was never hit as a child, and I have no interest in doing the same to my future children.
That having been said, we live in a country where the vast majority of people believe that some level of corporal punishment is ok. Peterson himself grew up in an environment where discipline with a switch was the norm, and he himself was disciplined this way. He has likely never had anybody in his life confront those beliefs. He grew up with it, turned out more than fine, and therefore sees it as an effective way of disciplining his child. It's easy for some of us to sit back and say it's a disgusting way to treat a child (and it is), but at what point is it fair to say that Peterson didn't know any better? I certainly have a lot more sympathy for his situation than I do Rice's.
|1 week 7 hours ago||Sorry, but where in the||
Sorry, but where in the article are you seeing that we are #1? I see us as #6 for overall well-being, and I don't see any mention of a happiness score.
|1 week 7 hours ago||Maryland is 122||
Maryland is 122
|1 week 1 day ago||Tribal Police responded||
|1 week 2 days ago||Regression to the mean||
There's a reason season predictions always take into account TO margin and compensate for regression to the mean accordingly. TO's are very close to random and they are extremely high variance. We've played 2 good games and 1 bad game, with two of those having weirdly bad TO margins. If we can approach average with regards to turnovers (and we are likely to), we'll start passing the eye test a whole lot better. We look good but not great in every other metric.
|1 week 2 days ago||I would expect that shoulder||
I would expect that shoulder pads fit much better now than they did back then, helping to reduce injuries. I'd also expect that it's a lot easier to run through tight spaces in these, which benefits just about every position.
|1 week 4 days ago||59-14||
59-14 Michigan wins
|2 weeks 2 days ago||Bingo. I think I really did||
Bingo. I think I really did hit my fandom "rock bottom" last year, but that's what it took for me to realize that A) getting that upset over a football game really isn't worth it, and B) it's something I can consciouslly fix. I still love the team, still love to win, still know way too much about the team and tactics, but don't get upset when we do poorly any more. I get the feeling there will be a lot more mgobloggers on our side after an awful game like that.
|2 weeks 2 days ago||Weirdly enough I felt fine||
Weirdly enough I felt fine about this game. Last year every loss would completely set me off and I would be miserable for a couple of days (you may remember me from TWIS), but I've been able to get that under control now. I watched the game with friends, we played like shit, but it was still nice to watch Michigan football even in a bad loss. I was in a good mood throughout.
Maybe I've just achieved college football nirvana. Or maybe I'm just used to us sucking. Maybe those are one and the same?
|2 weeks 5 days ago||Had previously guessed||
Had previously guessed something else, but screw it were going big!!! 38-13 Michigan
|3 weeks 1 day ago||My $.02||
It looks like we tried 3 different runs, inside zone, outside zone, and power. Inside zone looked bad. OL getting pushed backwards, no holes, just bad. Outside zone looked very good, and power worked a couple of times too. I really like Green when we run the outside zone, for his speed and cutting ability. Smith works better when running power and inside zone for his vision and balance.
All in all, the fact that we could run any running plays successfully is a big step forward.
|3 weeks 1 day ago||Great side by side. I gotta||
Great side by side. I gotta say, this site is a lot more fun after a win.
|3 weeks 2 days ago||"He got the most excited||
This makes me very happy
|3 weeks 5 days ago||Stanford (1 loss) Bama||
Stanford (1 loss)
|3 weeks 6 days ago||I think Roy is really the||
I think Roy is really the perfect assistant: intelligent, passionate, with a bonus of having a strong connection to the University and being young and relatable to the players. It looks like his switch to CBs has worked out well too.
|4 weeks 9 hours ago||Most sports fans just want to||
Most sports fans just want to hear fluff and various talking heads, mgoblog is a rare exception. Quite frankly these journalists are just giving the public what they want. It sucks but it doesn't make them useless nor hacks. My $.02.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Your first mistake is basing||
Your first mistake is basing your entire opinion of a position group over 1 or 2 reps you saw in 1 drill in 1 4-minute video from mgoblue.com
|4 weeks 3 days ago||I played flag football with||
I played flag football with Drake in middle school, and even then he had a spin move that dropped the opposing coaches' jaws. I'd be happy to see an A2 kid get some playing time at RB, although to be perfectly honest I still think our other options are better.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||That's goofy. I have one of||
That's goofy. I have one of these in my left calf, it's called a muscle knot and it's completely harmless. My doc said if anything it adds a half inch to my vert haha.
|6 weeks 2 days ago||They runs tours pretty||
They runs tours pretty regularly I think.
|6 weeks 2 days ago||Why not both? Rose bowl is a||
Why not both? Rose bowl is a semifinal game this year, correct? Not that I disagree with the general sentiment.
|6 weeks 3 days ago||Keep in mind that a lot of||
Keep in mind that a lot of people wearing Michigan gear just have some relative at the school, or just think the logo looks cool. Some of those looks might just be genuine befuddlement.
|6 weeks 3 days ago||Bolden and Morgan both really||
Bolden and Morgan both really popped off those blocks. I'm really optimistic about this LB group.
Things got pretty chippy, too. That's a football team alright.
|6 weeks 3 days ago||Weed is honestly great||
Weed is honestly great medicine. I had strep a couple of weeks ago and it was the only thing that made me comfortable enough to go to sleep.
|6 weeks 3 days ago||Also as a PSA: Stay away from||
Also as a PSA: Stay away from acetemenophine (tylenol) folks. It's surprisingly easy to overdose on it, and it has killed more than 1,500 people in the US from accidental overdoses (link). If you do take it, never take more than recommended. It doesn't actually help anyway.