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|1 week 12 hours ago||Yes, Franz...this||
I agree with Franz, completely.
|20 weeks 3 days ago||Do Your Research||
Do your research concerning the apps you will use. Make sure drivers are available and bug free for any important apps that you must have.
|22 weeks 12 hours ago||This Team Comes Out||
This team comes out like they did against Northwestern last year at home coming. Focused like a laser and in pure beast mode. They take 11 years of frustration out on the Buckeyes.
|22 weeks 14 hours ago||The X factor||
The X factor is the mindset our team embraces. They must elevate to the state of mind that they are going to Columbus to kick ass. No more nerves or jitters or indecision. Had they gone to Iowa City with this mindset, there would have been no nerves causing rushing plays or too much Oomph on long passes. This team needs to be assassins on a mission. If everyone can take it upon their shoulders (pun intended) to go out and replicate Deveon Smiths beast mode display against Indiana, Michigan wins convincingly. It is time to become the bully and kick some ass.
|24 weeks 12 hours ago||As a Technician||
As a Technician, I am rooting for Ambry and DPJ (Go Cass, destroy King).
|24 weeks 12 hours ago||Ambry You Owe Us||
You owe us.
|25 weeks 4 days ago||Karma||
This lady sitting immediately behind us begged us to sell her the ball. She claimed to be really good friends with Greg Kelser, blah, blah. I told her it wasn't for sale. My wife said to me, 'just give her the ball, we aren't 'State fans'. I responded, 'this ball is going to be worth a nice chunk of change'.
|31 weeks 1 day ago||Time||
'Time for this team to become the hammer.
|31 weeks 5 days ago||Does Launch Control Constitute Consumption?||
Does utilizing the mouth for launch control count as eating?
|33 weeks 2 days ago||The Lions are..||
|37 weeks 9 hours ago||Michigan Defense||
Michigan defense holds the key to this season.
They will be better simply because of Don Brown and his scheme. If they want to live up to the hype, as far as national championships go; they will need to become much more violent than last season.
If this defense can learn to use hard hitting to create an intimidation factor, they can win it all.
If the hitting is not improved, they will be better, but not championship caliber.
The '97 defense had a twelveth man. Intimidation. They hit at every opportunity.
'Punishing' should be the adjective of choice.
|1 year 11 weeks ago||Thanksgiving Trip '97||
Thanksgiving trip with my family in 1997. We left Saturday morning from metro Detroit and listened to the Ohio State game on the radio as we drove to New Orleans to spend Thanksgiving with the wife's family. I bought Michigan caps for my three daughters (blue with block M) the wife and I. I bought two more white caps with the block M and placed them in the rear window of my new alpine white BMW 5 series taking it's maiden voyage road trip. My daughters were 12, 8 and 6. We continued on into SEC country sporting M gear all the way. We would always spend the night in Tennessee (halfway point) when we drove down, and we took photos of our three girls wearing their M caps in Tennessee.
Now, on the mantle is that photo of my girls in their Michigan caps from '97 at ages 12, 8 and 6 framed next to photos of each of them wearing their Michigan graduation caps from their respective M graduations.
|1 year 12 weeks ago||Congrats Brian||
Congrats to Brian and to the significant lady whom carried the seed. Best wishes!
|1 year 12 weeks ago||Hail Yeah||
Playmakers. Tough guys. 'Love this class so far..
|1 year 21 weeks ago||42-28 Michigan||
42-28 Michigan wins going away.Team looks very similar to Northwestern game. 'Completely focused and and on task.
|1 year 23 weeks ago||Disruption||
Disruption is key.
Receivers don't catch as many passes when they're getting hit really hard at every opportunity.
|1 year 24 weeks ago||Hard Hitting||
Hard hitting and a mean, nasty disposition is what I hope to see from the defense.
They acted like they wanted to be friends with Minnesota instead of beating them down and taking their lunch money.
'Mirror others' opinion that it would be great to see Speight go over the top and hit receivers in stride.
|1 year 27 weeks ago||Hopefully||
Hopefully the opportunities from this loss are maximized.
1. Punting is passive. The mindset should have been, 'get a first down to seal the game'. Own it. Win with the foot on the gas. When given a choice, choose to take the victory with aggression. Not extend the suspense. Lesson for the coaches. Storm the beach, Burn the ships.
2. Something is wrong with Jake Rudock's depth perception. He either needs an eye exam/glasses or a new prescription for his contacts (if he wears them). The inexplicable inability to hit a post route receiver in stride is too consistent to be purely mental (one would think). Michigan State's weakness was over the top. Everybody in the nation knew this. Our inability to attack effectively over the top will bring eight and ten man boxes going forward until Rudock proves to be a major college passer.
|1 year 30 weeks ago||Haters Gon' Hate||
Haters gon' hate.
No more of my energy to this point.
My experience is fraught with people who refuse to believe what they've seen.
Rather, believing what they 'know'.
You know what you know, and I know what I know.
When the dialogue turns to this theme down the road, I'll be validated.
|1 year 30 weeks ago||Correct||
Correct, critical thinking is also a lost art.
In the afterglow of a Utopic victory, some choose friction rather than synchronicity or solidarity.
Enjoy this day.
|1 year 30 weeks ago||Critical Reading||
Critical reading is a lost art.
'Scheme and level of play-wise'. Omitted was personnel-wise.
You have an NFL staff playing NFL schemes (playbook). If executed on a high level, what indeed would they resemble?
You come on.
|1 year 30 weeks ago||Defense||
Defense wins championships. If this team can sustain and build upon their performance yesterday, there is no team that can beat them. Bronco said Michigan was on another level than anyone they've played.
I suspect this is an NFL team by mid-season, scheme and level of play-wise.
Put on your seatbelts.
|1 year 30 weeks ago||Glitch in the Matrix..||
Glitch in the matrix. I believe it was the arrival of swag to the Blue universe.
|1 year 30 weeks ago||By Far||
|1 year 30 weeks ago||By Far||
|1 year 30 weeks ago||National Title Level Defense||
I just saw a national title level defensive performance.
All this means is that they have the potential. It will take continued and increased focus (Stribling).
Great game, Jake. Keep it up.
This offense still hasn't peaked. Ponder that.
Jim MF Harbaugh.
|1 year 31 weeks ago||We Need A Gamer At QB||
We need a 'gamer' at QB. An assassin.
See C.J. Beathard (sp?).
|1 year 31 weeks ago||Rudock's Issues Are in His Head||
I believe Rudock's issues are in his head, and I hope he sees this post.
In the first game, missing Jehu Chesson on that wide open post was inexcusable. The only way to screw that play up was to be too jacked and throw the ball too far. An average high school QB would have relaxed and tossed the ball because it was so wide open. That was a brain fart.
I propose Rudock is a variation of Devin Gardner. Both show(ed) a tendency to choke.
Or blow the two foot putt if you like that better than, 'choke'.
Stop choking Jake.
Yes, the spotlight is intense and the stage fright real.
Harbaugh and co. must find a way to get his mind in the place where he is at practice mentally during games.
I think the moment is overwhelming Jake and he needs to calm the frick down and he'll be fine.
|1 year 31 weeks ago||42-21 Michigan||
Breakout performance. Timing is better; balance breaks BYU.
|1 year 31 weeks ago||Rudock is Alex Smith||
Harbaugh is readying the replacement.
Drake Harris and Jehu Chesson possess elite speed. The potential of this offense is scary.
We gon' see.