rundown of Michigan's riser
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|29 weeks 14 hours ago||My take on the infinite land space read...||
Denard is reading the corner over Roundtree. At the mesh point, the corner has taken a couple shuffle-steps out and has his eyes on Roundtree. Denard reads that as coverage, and hands off. By the time Roundtree sees that the pass is a no go, it's too late for a block because the corner actually did bite on the run (he moved in to contain the pitch-man) and is two steps past him.
The pass would have worked (especially if the wideout gets a good block on the safety) but at the point where Denard had to make that decision, it looked more like an interception waiting to happen.
|31 weeks 17 hours ago||31-7 Michigan wins||
We finally get back to normalcy and put Sparty away.
|32 weeks 17 hours ago||Sorry||
Beat you to it
|32 weeks 19 hours ago||Michigan 41 - Ilinois 16||
|1 year 15 weeks ago||My sentiments, exactly.||
My sentiments, exactly.
|1 year 15 weeks ago||AJ Williams||
I like where AJ's head is at, giving Michigan props for academics above all. But I think his words got mixed up in the moment.
Michigan is not the #14 public school in the nation.
We're the #14 university overall, and the #1 public university. Oh yeah, and that' in the world.
|1 year 19 weeks ago||Right||
The defense was actually pretty damn good. What hurt was that pretty much every play they gave up was a 3rd or 4th and long.
|1 year 22 weeks ago||posted from iPhone||
"It is easier to get into" appears to be a bonus for some.
|1 year 24 weeks ago||Vonnegut||
I bet Ms. Bruton would also appreciate the Slaughterhouse Five reference, too.
|1 year 24 weeks ago||To turn it back on them||
Michigan won because Ohio cheats.
|1 year 24 weeks ago||Bourbon, aged at home||
Woodinville Whiskey Co. White Dog whiskey aged in my oak charred oak barrel.
|1 year 28 weeks ago||I agree||
After the first few games, Denard and Borges made a ton of comments about him not setting his feet right; feet, feet, feet. Based on this, it seemed he was being trained to focus perhaps too much on it.
Imagine him looking to throw and just thinking "set your feet, set your feet" when what he needed to be thinking about was "OMG triple-coverage, checkdown..." or "tuck and run."
Now I can't imagine the Gardner shared-time is helping. You're right. I don't think he wants to be a running back and he's desperate to prove he can throw. The worse it turns out, the more he'll feel he needs to throw and the deadly spiral continues.