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|1 year 29 weeks ago||Maybe one ray of hope||
Maybe one ray of hope for Michigan would be if Rudock is the starter, he's a 5th year guy, and throws for good percentages, and doesn't make a lot of mistakes. So, Michigan would actually have the luxury of starting an experienced QB. In addition, per your analysis, he's going to be throwing into a defensive backfield that lost a lot of personnel. So at the risk of sounding too optimistic, I think Michigan could catch the Utes in a "ripe for picking" mode, if they take the Wolverines too lightly. Especially if the run game can throw in a couple hundred rushing yards.
|4 years 7 weeks ago||Morris||
Shan Morris is recovering from mono. That saps a lot of energy and takes a while to fully recover. He will be fine by time August rolls around. And nobody cares about the ESPN rankings. They're too busy guiding Brent Musberger thru the stands looking for hot chicks
|6 years 6 weeks ago||Special Teams?||
Hoke is already bringing his RB's coach with him. Where do you put Jackson, if retained?
|6 years 28 weeks ago||Looking forward to the looks on doubters faces||
when they see this offensive line get together. I think this will be the strongest unit on the entire team. Good to see the notes on Omameh. He's needed along with Molk. Looking forward to the season.
|6 years 40 weeks ago||On to Columbus?||
I wonder what the Buckeyes will be doing? Looks like they didn't even get an invite to their own tournament ... too bad.
|7 years 27 weeks ago||Good question, but ...||
The better question might be, which network is more deluded, CBS or ABC?
Both networks actually pay these guys to be on the air, thinking that their viewers want to hear them.
|7 years 27 weeks ago||Just make sure||
the other two aren't interceptions
|7 years 27 weeks ago||o ... m ... g||
And to think a ND grad had to help her with the math
|7 years 31 weeks ago||Fodder for the grist ...or something like that||
More fuel for the Rodriguez haters. Man, we need football season to begin
|7 years 32 weeks ago||This sheds a whole new light on the entire matter||
I admit at first I bought into the idea that maybe he wasn't getting along too well with some of his new teammates. Now, not only is he a bellyacher, he's also academically ineligible. What a fricking maroon. I wonder if he realizes that he's going to have to be academically eligible at Ball State in order to play. I mean, they're a MAC school and all that, but I'm sure they have academic standards for athletes as well.
I think the real bottom line is, he saw that he was falling off academically, he saw that more talented (and dedicated) players were moving ahead of him, so he decided to cut and run. Well, maybe not run .. but at least WADDLE away.
Buh bye ... enjoy Muncie.
|7 years 32 weeks ago||Whats fun to read||
is how some Bucknut fans seem to feel that Boren is going to become some kind of all-american, 1st round draft choice. I think he will do well, but some of the expectations on him are really quite ridiculous.