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|2 years 5 weeks ago||I most certainly||
do not want Harris to decommit, but if the main reason he decided on U of M was Borges than he should consider looking elsewhere. I think he should at least talk with Nuss first, and I really hope he stays. The main thing for me is what doors Nuss will now open with 2015 and maybe even 2014 recruits we are not currently involved with. When one door closes, another door opens. I am just excited to see what doors Nuss is able to open.
|2 years 35 weeks ago||Sorry....Double Post||
But Penn Station is good : )
|2 years 35 weeks ago||I have had||
Penn Station numerous times as I have a location close to where I live. I love their chicken salad sub. It is delicious. Also the fresh cut fries are very good.
|2 years 43 weeks ago||He Gone||
Posted on mgoblue:
Good Luck Trey : )
|2 years 48 weeks ago||I sure as hell||
hope that is not the case. He actually took it to the rim off the dribble nicely in one of the last couple games. Can't remember which game it was, but I kept thinking why not do that more often.
|2 years 48 weeks ago||I honestly do not understand||
why GR3 does not take it to the rim more often. He settles for jump shots when he can dribble and be agressive. He obviously has great elevation. If I had his hops, I would attack the rim ever chance I got.
|2 years 48 weeks ago||Mcgary||
already has a double double with 10 points and 10 boards. What a game. Without him we are down double digits right now.
|3 years 1 week ago||I cannot||
Understand how Craft plays so physical and virtually never gets fouls called on him. It is unbelievable. If it was any other player they would foul out every game.
|3 years 3 weeks ago||As a poster said above||
He went from Butte to Hutchinson CC in Kansas. Apparently according to Rivals a few schools have offered Conway: Marshall and Mississippi State with Louisiana tech also showing interest.
|3 years 3 weeks ago||To bad he||
has not been able to get himself under control. He is a big body with speed and has some talent. Doubt he makes it to Division 1A football, but you never know.
|3 years 3 weeks ago||What the hell||
Is going on with the jersey issues. Maybe Adidas is not paying the sweatshop workers well enough.
|3 years 4 weeks ago||Not to hijack the thread,||
but the front page of ESPN has the following article from an interview with Vincet Smith regarding the hit by Jadeveon Clowney. he is a tough little SOB:
|3 years 9 weeks ago||Holy Crap||
they are totally delusional. According to RCMB, possibly only Burke is good enough to start for MSU. What a load of garbage. I also am sick of hearing that Michigan has no depth. Has anyone actually been watching the games this year? We have a 10-11 person rotation so far this year: Burke, Stauskas, Hardaway, GRIII, Morgan, McGary, Horford, Albrecht, Levert, Vogrich and Bielfeldt (when healthy). Not saying this rotation will not be tightened up by the time Big Ten games start, but that is pretty solid depth in my book.
|3 years 10 weeks ago||Also forgot||
to mention that much of his success was recruiting luck. Not trying to knock him for it, but let’s be honest. He managed to get Russell Wilson for one year. No way they would have had success last year without him. Same comment in regards to not having Montee Ball. This year they really were not very good in a weak Big ten conference. Yes they are going to the rose Bowl, but they back doored there way in with 2 teams in their division not being bowl eligible.
|3 years 10 weeks ago||I am sure||
I will be crucified for this, but I am really not all that concerned with losing Bielema. I realize he has had success at Wisconsin (3 Rose Bowls) and a winning record. I also understand this looks bad for the big Ten, but i think Wisconsin can bring in someone to do just as well. It is not like Bielema was a sexy hire when he was promoted to Head Coach. I just was never impressed with him as a head coach. I think a lot of the success was driven by his coordinators, which of course reflects well on him as the head coach as he hired them. I just do not believe he will be successful with his style of football in the SEC unless he is able to do some phenomenal recruiting. Wisconsin when compared to an SEC program like Arkansas does not have near the pressure to win. He is going to feel that pressure to win from day one. I understand the allure of the SEC as they are the hot conference and the South is a hotbed of recruiting, but be careful what you wish for. Win big and win fast or get fired before they contract is up.
|3 years 13 weeks ago||UM 38-10||
|3 years 16 weeks ago||21-17||
|3 years 17 weeks ago||31-17 Michigan||
31-17 U of M
Total rushing yards: 247
|3 years 18 weeks ago||42-10||
|4 years 5 weeks ago||I do not see how||
Hoke can keep him on the team. He already had two strikes and now he has to serve jail time. Regardless of the severity of his transgression, he should be gone. And spare me this whole we were all young and make mistakes stuff. He is like what 21 years old? It is not like he is 10. He knows right from wrong. He knew that he was on probation and that driving on a suspended license is against the law. He knew that if caught, he risked jail time. Yet he did it anyway.
|4 years 5 weeks ago||To me the article||
implied that he was pulled over by an officer linked to the probation officer. In other words, I think they felt Stonum was lying about how he got to the meeting. The officer who pulled him over probably followed him and once he saw him driving pulled him over. At least that was the impression I got.
|4 years 5 weeks ago||My point is regardles of the severity||
of the transgression, he broke the law. He already had two strikes. Let’s remember that he is not just a normal college student. He is a U of M football player on scholarship and he represents the University. Therefore, it will be tough regardless of what the court says for Hoke to sweep this under the rug.
|4 years 5 weeks ago||I do not understand||
how people can say this is not a big deal. In and of itself maybe not. The fact is Stonum has been busted twice for drinking and driving. He license was suspended and he got 2 years of probation. He was booted off the team and allowed to potentially earn his way back by doing what Hoke asks of him and playing on the practice squad. i think Michigan went out on a limb to not just cut ties with him already and this is how he repays them. He is a U of M football player. He has to know that anything he does will be visible and in the press. This makes the University look bad, that a player already on probation breaks the law, as driving on a suspended license is against the law. Then he lies to the probation officer when asked how he got to the meeting. This is just plain stupid. He should know better. Therefore to me, in this instance this is a very big deal.
|4 years 5 weeks ago||This is really unfortunate||
I do not see how they can allow him back on the team. I think it is time to part ways. We could really have used Stonum for next year, but how dumb can you be. He is driving to his probation officer meeting on a suspended license and then lies to his probation officer saying he was dropped off. If I was him, I would not do anything remotely illegal so that I could get back on the team. He has no one to blame for this but himself.
|4 years 17 weeks ago||Not trying to give you a hard time||
I am sure we can all think of strong armed quarterbacks. One of my personal favorites, is the mullet man himself Jeff George. The man had a cannon and just think what he could have done if his mechanics did not suck. People think Denard throws off his back foot. I can hardly remember seeing a pass from George that wasn't thrown off of his back foot.
|4 years 17 weeks ago||I can think of at least||
one hall of fame quarterback who could throw a football through a wall. That man's name was John Elway.
|4 years 23 weeks ago||I have not||
heard anything new regarding Shawn, but I doubt he will get in to U of M. We rarely take JUCO transfers.
|4 years 23 weeks ago||Tom Harmon||
I never saw Tom Harmon play in person, but he was a beast from the clips I watched and could basically do everything. Also, he won the Heisman, so he is easily # 1 in my book. There might have been other backs more talented than Mike Hart. I agree with that. I realize that Hart also stayed all 4 years, but he is the leading rusher in U of M history with somewhere in the neighborhood of 5,040 yards. That is pretty darn good. Mike Hart always reminded me of Emmitt Smith, in regards to their styles of play. Undersized, but relentless. Might not be the most physically gifted backs, but they got the job done and did the tough running between the tackles as featured backs.
|4 years 28 weeks ago||Or you can||
change it to Finkle. Finkle is Einhorn. Einhorn is Finkle.
|4 years 29 weeks ago||Understood.||
No worries. I agree about the site quality. I try to be a little more thorough in my searches prior to posting.