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|10 hours 22 min ago||It's all good. It just||
It's all good. It just boggles my mind how seemingly every basketball thread has comments with users unintentionally spelling his name wrong. I just don't get it.
|12 hours 3 min ago||WOW||
Not to point you out specifically, but.....
HE'S A FREAKING SENIOR! LEARN TO SPELL HIS NAME!
|1 day 4 hours ago||Regarding Urban||
It may be the success of the old "tried and true" recruiting, but take a look at his 2017 class.
6 (of 11) are from Ohio
2 are from Florida
I believe this was brought up in one of the thousands of recruiting posts that circulated around NSD, but Urban has locked down the top talent in Ohio (in 2016 and 2017). Harbaugh has a chance to make waves in Ohio come 2018.
Urban is able to use his personal Florida ties to continue to grab top talent from the Sunshine State.
He also has big time on-field success to his advantage.
Harbaugh saw this cliff he had to overcome to reach Urban's status on the recruiting trail, and Harbaugh and Co. devised a genius plan to make Michigan appealing to recruits nationwide.
We may see Harbaugh cool it on some of these aggressive recruiting tactics once on-field success can speak for itself. But at the moment, Harbaugh is all-in on restoring Michigan, and this is what it looks like.
|1 day 7 hours ago||My Favorite||
|1 day 8 hours ago||The Cries Coming from RCMB||
RCMB is on fire right now.
-Harbaugh is the dirtiest coach in America
-He's publicly violating dozens of NCAA violations
-Partridge is our Bag-Man, undeserving of his new $700,000 contract
-They agree with the SEC nuts on Harbaugh being in clear violation of holding practices and camps in SEC territory
My favorite, from NSD day:
-Here at MSU, we prefer quiet, get your fax in early, signing days. We don't need to worry about undecided players on NSD. We don't want, or need, any of these players left on NSD anyways.
|2 days 7 hours ago||Wisconsin||
Wisconsin is another common opponent for Michigan, MSU, and OSU.
|2 days 7 hours ago||K||
So theoretically, this should be the year we finally slow down (or stop) OSU's offense.
- Dominant D Line: Check
- Great Pressure: Don Brown's middle name is pressure.
- CB's capable of playing on an island: Check
|2 days 8 hours ago||Elements of a spread passing game tho?||
|2 days 8 hours ago||On that thought||
Didn't Alabama have a pretty good defense when they played OSU in the CFP?
Apparently it's more than just having elite players on the defensive line. Now, Cardale and Elliott are no joke, but they completely shredded Alabama in the air and on the ground.
|2 days 8 hours ago||A good of place as any...||
I was wondering this while watching the superbowl:
Did Denver provide a blueprint on how to shut down an offense designed to beat you in all three phases (very solid RB, spread passing game, and a running QB)?
I think that game highlighted how important it is to have edge rushers that can not only get pressure by themselves, but also can contain the edges to prevent scrambling. Also, getting a significant push from the interior to shrink the pocket. They played aggressive on the WR's, ruining the timing on their routes. The LB's had a simple job: fill the holes, make the tackles, disguise blitzes, and spy Cam Newton. The play of the DL made the job very easy on the LB's.
Anyone else think Denver showed the football world how to entirely shut down that kind of offense?
|2 days 19 hours ago||Chris Farley...||
is that you?
|6 days 3 hours ago||I think we need to keep||
I think we need to keep testing how much influence Harbaugh can have on people. Obviously that dude didn't want to pie himself, but after 1 minute of listening to Harbaugh, he probably would have pied himself 20 times over then ran through a brick wall.
We need to see more of this!
|1 week 7 hours ago||It's called the "Crossroads||
It's called the "Crossroads of America" for a reason; you drive through it as fast as you can to get to an actual place...somewhere with actual people.
Indiana and Illinois are my least favorite states to drive through.
|1 week 1 day ago||Recruit WE are most Excited About: Chart!||
|1 week 1 day ago||I love that chart! Would it||
I love that chart!
Would it be too much to ask for you to put a graph together of the entire Big-10?
Also, looks like the Big-2 are starting to emerge. If the trend of ours (from this graph/table) and OSU's 4 and 5 stars continue to be significantly higher than MSU's and PSU's, we'll both pull away from the rest of the Big-10 by 2019.
|1 week 1 day ago||Defense is definitely Carlo||
Defense is definitely Carlo Kemp. Harbaugh did a BACKFLIP when he committed!! I love guys who can get pressure off the edge, run sideline to sideline, and just flat out hit. Carlo is my man.
Offense is easy: Ahmir Mitchell. 6'3''. Naturally athletic. WR, KR, PR. He knows how to attack the ball at the highest point. Can you say Braylon 2.0!!??
Can't wait to see this entire class grow and evolve into MEN under Jim Harbaugh!
|1 week 1 day ago||My palms are||
My palms are sweating
|1 week 2 days ago||Projected 247 Class Score||
247 Class Calculator has us at 283.65 if we finish with the posted swim lanes. This would all but guarantee us a Top 5 class.
|1 week 6 days ago||I believe it's because he's||
I believe it's because he's still very raw. He only has a couple years of football under his belt, and probably hasn't gotten the correct kind of coaching for his skill set. He also played basketball, so he was splitting his time between the two sports.
It's well reported that he has a high upside, which makes him such a coveted target. He has all the tools to be a dangerous player.
The only risk with taking a player like this is whether or not he can be coached into the player all the coaches see he can become. Harbaugh definitely has a unique way of coaching. So we'll see if Nick Eubanks can commit to Michigan, Harbaugh, and himself to become the player we all see he can be.
I think he could be one of our sleeper of the year picks, due to how raw he is.
My sleeper of this class candidates (and order I would rank them) are:
Three pure athletes, with a ton of potential. Can't wait to see them evolve under Harbaugh and Co.
|2 weeks 4 hours ago||Need all voters to show up!||
B1G representing in Round 2:
1. Beilein - 32%
2. Matta - 12%
3. Painter - 10%
10. McCaffery - 2%
Much closer than Round 1.
|2 weeks 5 hours ago||He's in Hawaii...||
Attending his final Pro Bowl. Also making it a vacation with his family.
|2 weeks 5 hours ago||He's in Hawaii...||
I figured since he's vacationing/at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii on Sunday, I'm not sure if he is going to tell his family that the vacation is cut short so he can attend this event.
I may be wrong, but I'd assume he would want to stay in Hawaii with his family for a few days after the Pro Bowl.
|2 weeks 5 hours ago||So excited!||
I can't wait to see who else Harbaugh recruits for this event!
Guesses to fill the rest of the Signing of the Stars 2016 Class:
|2 weeks 7 hours ago||Per MGoBlue|
|2 weeks 9 hours ago||Obligatory|
|2 weeks 1 day ago||Full List,||
Courtesy of MGoBlue.com:
• Jon Jansen (football alum/analyst)
They haven't added Denard yet!
|2 weeks 1 day ago||Some thoughts for discussion||
1. From a user comment on the linked article:
"One of the things that I recently learned is that direct head trauma isn’t the only way to get a concussion. Any massive collision that causes the brain to slap up against the wall of the skull could possibly cause one. Now think about every single kickoff and every punt. How many guys are going at full speed in opposite directions and just demolish each other. Or crackback blocks. Or some receiver going across the middle…”
This is 100% correct. Collisions involving the head are definitely not the only way to get concussions playing football. Any action that results in jarring, sudden snapping of the head is suspect to a concussion. So, like the user posted, any special teams blocks, open field blocks, blindside plays, crackbacks, and shoot, even ordinary tackles involving two players running full speed, when they hit the ground, both are subject to a sudden jolting motion involving the neck/head.
This is a huge area of concern, because all the new rules and concussion protocols only involve plays where there was obvious head to head impact. Players are known to hide symptoms of injury, so no way are they going to report to the medical staff every time they get tackled or throw a block at someone.
|2 weeks 1 day ago||Site Crash In...||
Hello: New AD
Goodbye: MGoBlog Servers
|2 weeks 2 days ago||Bring on PSU. We'll take two||
Bring on PSU. We'll take two wins and Lavert Hill. Thanks!
|2 weeks 2 days ago||Hawaii||
Here in Hawaii, you have a pretty torn rooting interest for teams up and down the west coast. Tons of transplants from LA, Seattle, the Bay Area, Oregon, etc.
But the one constant I've noticed, is the amount of Michigan folks here on the island. Every time I wear my Michigan gear (at least twice/week), I get a minimum of 2 "Go Blue's" every single time. I also get a ton of chatter from SF fans about Harbaugh. I tell them he's our guy and I couldn't be happier to have that crazy SOB as our head coach. They miss him.
My favorite "Michigan Man" on the island is a cyclist in a Maize and Blue biking suit. I've seen him twice, and he's always keeping up with the traffic speed. He kills it on the hills out here. Awesome dude.