"He makes it really easy on you as a coach because he has tremendous football instincts," Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh said. "Things come really naturally to him. He doesn't have to see things too many times. He has a good sense for how things should look and feel, and he's a tough, physical guy."
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|5 years 2 weeks ago||Devin/Tate - Under - will||
Devin/Tate - Under - will hand off a lot and may not play until 2nd half, I'm thinking
Vinopal - Under - thinking the ball/ballcarrier rarely reaches his level
Toussaint - Under - no reason, just haven't seen him play yet.
Frosh Int. - Yes - Go Cam Gordon, I have faith in you.
Gallon yds - Over - would like to see a few nice long punt returns
|5 years 2 weeks ago||It's on because we'll watch it anyway||
Stop mindlessly consuming ESPN (providing them dollas) regardless of what ass-clown is jabbering. If you watch and (even worse) discuss whatever stupid points they make, you are answering your own question of "why" it's on. Turn ESPN off, read Mgoblog a few times a day (because you still love Michigan football) and go learn the cello or something in all your new free time.
When covering Michigan football, ESPN will either:
1) say something you knew already because you read this blog
2) say something stupid or wrong that might make you angry
Either way it's pointless to consume it.
|5 years 43 weeks ago||Hilarious||
|5 years 51 weeks ago||Okie State and Houston||
We have heard about LSU dropping due to their win over Georgia looking less impressive. Look at Okie State's resume and tell me they shouldn't do the same. Their only other BCS conf. win is a 5-point win over A&M.
Further more, what then happens to Houston if the Cowboys drop? Their other "good" wins are a 1-point win over TT, whose best win is Kansas State, and a 7-point win over Miss. St., whose best win is Vanderbilt.
You say you are trying to look at THIS year's results, the problem is that last year's Georgia, TT, and Ok. St. results are still clouding the picture and making you overvalue those teams. They've yet to prove themselves this year.
I'd have GT (4 BCS wins) and ND (3 BCS wins, 1 over UW who has beaten somebody, and 1 over MSU who has looked good the last two weeks) over both Houston and OK St.
|6 years 1 week ago||State Championship||
I like the idea that the team views this game as an annual state championship, it seems like a good way to stay motivated even when MSU is 1-3 and coming off a decisive loss to UW.
Of course, should Sparty win, I'm sure you won't hear the words "state champions" out of the mouths of their players and fans. CMU anyone???
|6 years 1 week ago||Agreed||
Agreed, the original post fails to recognize that until 2006 we had still lost our first road game EVERY year for quiiite some time. This year we just happened to play 4 home games to start the season.
|6 years 3 weeks ago||Terrible news||
My first ever game at the big house was UM v UW in '02. I'll never forget that kick or the name Phil Brabbs. Best of luck to him in his next battle. My prayers are with him.