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|6 weeks 6 days ago||WTF!!||
When Beilein took McGary out with 19 secs left and put in Morgan, I thought "WTF??!"
Then Morgan immediately went down and took that charge, saving the game. "Brilliant! Simply brilliant!" I shouted. That was a genius move by a master coach.
|6 weeks 6 days ago||I'll bet||
he's having subs!
|7 weeks 14 hours ago||helps with perspective for||
tonight's Syracuse game. Foul trouble on our bigs, and Burke TOs will sink us. . . .
|19 weeks 6 days ago||Sure is amaizing!||
And he wasn't much of a passer? R-i-i-ight!
Thank you Denard!
|27 weeks 3 days ago||With no halftime show||
I was reduced to watching Denard signing autographs, down in the north end. Hand seemed to be working fine But who was that FB player sitting next to his girlfriend?
|37 weeks 5 days ago||You are||
You are right. I was there. We will recover.
|1 year 16 weeks ago||With Ted Ginn||
as the high school coach there? Doubtful.
|1 year 19 weeks ago||the class system idea||
love the idea of the lil bros being in the 2nd class group.
|1 year 31 weeks ago||Watch the game again - Denard needs protection or he fails||
If you watch the game and you count the number of times Denard was rushed successfully - - I am not even talking about the times he was hit after throwing, or while he was trying to make the pass play - - you can easily see that without the protection he needs, he is going to be ineffective when he tries to pass. And he is going to get gun-shy as the game progresses. This is hardly a surprise: We did that some to ND and it made Rees gun-shy. Brady against the Lions in exhibition this year - - same thing. So while Denard is not a Brady or a Chad Henne with his passing skills, he has a toughness and a cleverness to put the team on his back successfully - - IF he gets protection. And I don't think all of that is just the players. Some of the formations don't appear to allow for much protection. And how about letting him out of that damn pocket more!?
|1 year 31 weeks ago||The Wind; the O-Line||
Exactly right, I say, watching from the 20 yd line yesterday. Our blocking was not good; it got worse as the game wore on. Their defense was just tougher. No time to set feet, and the effect of being hammered over & over produces a gun-shyness. Witness Tom Brady against the Lions in the preseason this year. Same thing.