At press time, Harbaugh had sent Michigan’s athletic department an envelope containing a heavily annotated seating chart, a list of the 63,000 seat views he had found unsatisfactory, and a glowing 70-page report on section 25, row 12, seat 9, which he claimed is “exactly what the great sport of football is all about.”
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|4 years 29 weeks ago||Learn how to speak properly.||
Learn how to speak properly. There "aren't" any points for moral victories.
|4 years 29 weeks ago||This is very alarming,||
This is very alarming, hopefully there was some improvement in academics. If it turns out we face penalties, that's just another sign that RR was not not cut out for the job. They are called "STUDENT-athletes" for a reason, and a coach's first job is to help his players succeed in the classroom.
|4 years 29 weeks ago||My god you are naive. You||
My god you are naive. You honestly think that harbaugh's teams and RR's teams were equivalent just because they had similar records? Over the last two season there has been little improvement at all, and you can make the case that the team regressed. Sure, they won 7 games, but all was against inferior competition. Good teams pounded us this year, and if you really thought that this Michigan team was primed for a 12-1 run next year and some sort of BCS Bowl game, re-evaluate your comments. RR did not get the job done as simple as that, and the fan base needs to quit whining about RR not getting any more chances. He had the chance to succeed and did not get the job done. Do us all a favor and quit posting garbage about "what could have been".
|4 years 32 weeks ago||just wanted to say I have||
just wanted to say I have been a huge michigan fan my entire life, and i was admitted yesterday and I can't to start in Ann Arbor next fall! It's great to be a Michigan Wolverine!
|4 years 35 weeks ago||This is honestly one of the||
This is honestly one of the most ridiculous posts I've ever seen on this blog. In games against "good" opponents (excluding Illinois, they are not good or even above-average) mIchigan has rounded up a grand total of 34 points in the first half against msu, iowa, psu, wisconsin, and ohio state. They accumulate yards when they are done by 3+ touchdowns (which they were in every one of these games at one point) and are forced to throw the ball in obvious passing situations. These useless statistics you posted mean absolutely nothing and if you think michigan has been better against good opponents we have not been watching the same team this year.
|5 years 23 weeks ago||Shawn Conway||
hey guys, first time poster here. I actually go to the same high school as Shawn, and have seen almost every football and basketball game this last year. first off, in football, this kid is crazy athletic and can jump into orbit. great hands, and better speed than he is given credit for. in basketball, he puts down some rediculous dunks and shows his agility and strength by getting into the lane at will. he is definetely a sleeper considering seaholm is not a football powerhouse, but he is definetely a great player. would not surprise me at all to see him getting some major playing time as a freshman, especially in red zone situations.