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|1 week 5 days ago||Thanks||
That makes sense I guess. Tough to know these things without a PhD in 4-3 under!
|1 week 5 days ago||question||
Sounds awesome. I admit I haven't been paying enough attention to the development after he committed but this staff's ability to spot sleepers seems pretty remarkable.
At the risk of asking a dumb question - why would you project him to boundary corner? it seems like field would be a better place for a long, rangy player. Is the idea that the boundary corner gets more help from the linebackers in run support?
|3 weeks 4 days ago||Seriously!||
I tried to post "this is my new favorite thread" and it got deleted. Are we still allowed to have fun around here?
|4 weeks 5 hours ago||I think this is what you||
I think this is what you meant:
LT : Hinsdale Central :: Ohio State : Michigan
|8 weeks 6 days ago||1000% worst thing ever||
1000% worst thing ever
|22 weeks 1 day ago||Bain Capital||
Generally Brian sticks to things he seems to have some knowledge about and avoids politics but he seems to have bucked both those trends today.
There is plenty of evidence that private equity improves a company's long term prospects not destroys them.
So, with all due respect, please stick to football.
|25 weeks 3 days ago||Seriously||
Stay away from natural disaster based jokes. Particularly when hospitals were evacuated and some people lost everything
|26 weeks 1 day ago||Love these||
|36 weeks 6 days ago||You are also free to "busy||
You are also free to "busy yourself elsewhere" if you don't like reading their opinion
|37 weeks 5 days ago||A lot||
|37 weeks 6 days ago||This isn't Michigan specific||
This isn't Michigan specific but if this doesn't get you hyped for the season I don't know what will:
|37 weeks 6 days ago||I just hope he doesn't leave||
I just hope he doesn't leave before then. But agreed, he is awesome
|38 weeks 12 hours ago||Seriously love these previews||
I said this last year as well but the previews are my favorite part of Mgoblog. I got hooked on the blog and following Michigan seriously after reading them. The UFRs are the trademark but the video links and in depth analysis presented here is just an amazing way to prepare for and get excited about the season
|41 weeks 5 days ago||The end of our long regional||
The end of our long regional nightmare known as the offseason
|41 weeks 5 days ago||Woooooooo||
The end is in sight!!
|43 weeks 1 day ago||Oh dear||
|43 weeks 4 days ago||Could just as easily make it||
Could just as easily make it "we" as a people and society
|44 weeks 15 hours ago||This actually makes no sense.||
This actually makes no sense. Not sure what talk radio show you heard this on but it is demonstrably false
|44 weeks 1 day ago||my thoughts exactly||
I'm thinking ManBearPig might be committing soon
|47 weeks 5 days ago||Also||
I wonder part of the coaches' reasoning is to incentivize future lower rated kids to come to camp so they can get a look at everyone. If there aren't going to be any offers and everyone thinks our class is full I can't imagine many kids without offers would show up going forward.
I'm sure the kid can play as well it's not all incentive, just maybe part
|1 year 2 weeks ago||I know about all the problems...||
...but after reading the article I can't help but be really really excited for the first college football playoff. It's true there really isn't any minimizing the importance of the changes taking place. This is huge.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||Sounds good to me||
Like I said, I hope I'm wrong
|1 year 4 weeks ago||Thanks for the help||
I obviously know he is next on the chart at the moment but I'm not exactly confident Miller can handle the job. I hope I'm wrong. Maybe Burzynski will move over you never know.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||Great interview||
Great to see a kid mature beyond his years. Looking forward to him calling the plays for the lines of the future. As to who'll play C in 2013 while he (hopefully) redshirts....that I don't know...
|1 year 12 weeks ago||Love this guy||
He is quickly becoming one of my favorite recruits in the class - not just from his background, which is obviously compelling - but he clearly has a maturity beyond his years and has his head in the right place
|1 year 13 weeks ago||Awesome||
Love these things
|1 year 16 weeks ago||My thoughts are summed up||
My thoughts are summed up perfectly in this article:
|1 year 17 weeks ago||wait a second||
so you don't think a head coach would have a close relationship with his DC of 30 years?
As to the "10 years of seeing him come and go" part, see my comment above re everyone else who saw him "come and go" and could have prevented it
|1 year 17 weeks ago||Fine||
Then where is the vitriol and the hatred for the innumerable other people who were in a position to potentially prevent this? When McQueary dies will he have people proclaiming him forever tarnished and be upset when they say nice things about him at his funeral? What about Bradley, or the AD, Sandusky's grocer, the other people at Sandusky's charity, everyone who ever had contact with Sandusky? They are at least as liable, and yet people seem more upset at Paterno because he'd done more and built up a better reputation before that time.
It's was a difficult and terrible situation. He didn't do the right thing. I hope all the people bashing him would do the right thing in the same situation, maybe most would, but certainly not all.
|1 year 17 weeks ago||It's not a euphemism,||
it's what happened. He made a terrible horrendous mistake by not reporting his friend he was told was molesting children. Is that specific enough?
I don't think he had a malicious intent to harm children, but given the extent of his former friend's treachery I'm sure he wished he'd done more. I think he is guilty of not fully grasping how evil his friend of 30 years was. It's not an easy thing to do or an easy situation to be in, so while I don't excuse him at all, it's not enough to look in hindsight using moral absolutes and say he was a terrible person. He's not the one who raped any kids, and he is the person who guided many, many, of his players with integrity and class. That should not be forgotten and can be rightly honored in his name.