"Coach Mattison told me what the Ravens were about, what he thought," Beyer said. "He definitely encouraged me. I hold his opinion in high regard."
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|5 years 42 weeks ago||Wow. I just graduated and||
Wow. I just graduated and decided to stick around ann arbor working for a few years, and in this moment...
I realize it was one of the greatest choices I have ever made.
|5 years 42 weeks ago||The more I hear about DG the||
The more I hear about DG the more I love him. The kid seems really committed to improving every chance he gets, and it seems to be doing wonders. As a former football player, I really appreciate the kids who actually enjoy playing the game. That quality offers something that physical abilities alone cannot, and it is often overlooked by people.
I'm really excited to see what he'll do in his senior year.
|6 years 1 day ago||I don't take this as||
I don't take this as comparing his success to Barry Sanders. His running style kind of reminds me of him, in his cutting and lateral movement. I'm not saying he will be the next Barry Sanders, but their running styles have some similarities.
|6 years 1 day ago||I don't know how it all||
I don't know how it all works, but how many players can we lose before our team APR gets to the danger zone? I know you lose points whenever a player leaves the team, so if we have major defections over the summer and next summer, could we be in trouble?
|6 years 5 weeks ago||Nice to meet you||
Hi all. I've been looking to Brian for my everything Michigan for the four years I've been at U of M, but sadly, my time is drawing to a close. Having mentioned my loyalty and undying allegiance to Michigan Athletics, I realized that once I move to wherever my soon-unemployed ass ends up, I won't have people all around me with such a passion and devotion to the game of football as I have here. So, soon, you all will be the ones I will turn to when a new recruit commits, or when Michigan FINALLY beats Ohio State (sadly, has not happened in my time here.)
So I just wanted to introduce myself. You'll likely be seeing me around.
|6 years 9 weeks ago||From what I have heard, JB is||
From what I have heard, JB is rabidly against one-and-dones. He is a firm believer in the education provided by college and the importance of graduating. While I'm sure there will be some defections, I think JB will create an atmosphere for players to want to stick around all 4 years in order to graduate and succeed in college basketball. I think we will have a solid group of seniors every year, able to lead the team, rather than leaving after one year a la OSU.