"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
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|7 years 8 weeks ago||Dude's dream school||was Penn State. No worries. He'll be a good one though. When you have Rutgers and Michigan offers after camping at both schools, you are a good player.|
|7 years 8 weeks ago||I lost count of||how many extra possessions we gave teams last year because of rebounding. Its that important in the Big Ten to get defensive rebounds.|
|7 years 8 weeks ago||I looked at Manny||when thinking about this and just said, I'm pretty confident that Manny is going to be Manny this year. He'll get better and become more consistent, but he can explode and become the best player in the Big Ten and I still don't think we'd have a good team.|
|7 years 8 weeks ago||Daniel L, for some receivers||something as simple as catching the ball is an intangible feat. See Mario Manningham against OSU last year. I'm not going to argue grammer with you. If my choice of words doesn't tickle your fancy, don't read what I have to say. If I recall correctly, we are here to talk Michigan athletics, not grammar.|
|7 years 8 weeks ago||If these things are tangible||
Why do receivers drop passes? Why can't they turn their bodies to make the catch? Its because these things are intangible. You can show a kid how to catch a ball, but when you have a strong safety breathing down his neck about to attempt to kill him, they will drop it a lot.
|7 years 8 weeks ago||I saw the video||
of the exact owning you are speaking of. To me, Gabe Lynn was either injured or didn't really care to be there.
No way he was that outmached by EVERYBODY.
|7 years 8 weeks ago||You know..||Speaking of little speed slot receivers, thats what the Minnesota Twins lead-off, 2nd, 8th, and 9th place batters remind me of. They bunt and slap the ball around and put pressure on the defense.|