“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”
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|3 years 8 weeks ago||LIMES||
Margaritas and limes. True.
|4 years 3 weeks ago||America||
There are hundreds of thousands of kids every year who have the ideal soccer body, but grow up playing basketball and football instead of soccer despite the fact that they will never play professionally. They certainly would help America's soccer team if they focused on soccer instead of football. I think this is completely lost on the author.
|4 years 9 weeks ago||Patent Law||
I graduated from UM with a mechanical engineering degree and just graduated from a middle-of-the-road law school. My law school grades weren't great, but I had my pick of jobs because I worked as a patent agent at a law firm during law school. It's a difficult profession, but all of the patent attorneys I know are doing very well and making big money.
|4 years 10 weeks ago||Rivas||
I also didn't like Rivas much.
Dion Harris, Brent Petway, and John Andrews were all great guys though.
|4 years 11 weeks ago||Villeneuve||
Jacques was pretty dominant for a year or two. He also was a great CART driver.
|4 years 11 weeks ago||US Grand Prix||
I used to go wake up early to watch those European F1 races regularly, and i went to the first 4 of 5 US Grand Prix's at IMS, but I haven't followed it as much recently. I miss the Ayrton Senna, Alain Prost, Nigel Mansel, Jacques Villaneuve and even Michael Andretti (for 1 year) days though.
|4 years 13 weeks ago||Beaver||
I can't remember exactly, but didn't Tate commit shortly after the Sherrodick Beaver decommitment? Sometime in December maybe?
|4 years 14 weeks ago||Jermaine Gonzales||
Fast enough to play WR in the Big Ten, big enough to play basketball in the Big Ten, and he had a great arm. He had 28 TD passes in his senior year of high school against 0 ints. He would have been perfect for RR's system...
|4 years 15 weeks ago||Ford||
Ford faced the same troubles as GM and Chrysler years earlier. They mortgaged their Ford trademark among other things to raise $23 billion to finance their restructuring. Years later, when GM and Chrysler ended up in the same situation, they could not mortgage anything and required governmental support because the whole financial industry fell.
All I'm saying is that Ford gets a lot of credit for "avoiding" the problem when really they faced the same problem, just at a much better time than GM and Chrysler.
|4 years 17 weeks ago||Much better||
GM cars really have gotten much better. 125k miles of driving to UM games on the road among other things and the oil and brakes are the only things that I have had to work on. My Saturn has not been to any shop/dealership since I picked it up.
|4 years 18 weeks ago||Fort Wayne or Albany!||
I'm driving from Detroit to either FW or Albany!
|4 years 19 weeks ago||Agree||
Problem is almost certainly likely electronics. Toyota is dodging the issue by blaming floor mats.
However, drivers should be smart enough to overcome the problem if it happens to them. It's easy to put a car in neutral or turn it off.