I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
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|4 days 10 hours ago||Yeah||
I was surprised Ryan did not get ejected. That said, I would not be surprised if Hall got a suspension for the gesture. I understand that others did the same, but fair or unfair his was the one captured on national television.
|4 days 16 hours ago||Not so||
Not after the last game though, no way he gets fired after that statement is made following the last game. I know they have a bowl game, but I doubt that he would have said that knowing he is going to or even thinking about firing him.
|5 days 7 hours ago||No chance||
I see no way the human voters would do it, even if they do think Auburn is better
|5 days 10 hours ago||If this were true||
ND would not have been in the title game last year.
|5 days 10 hours ago||Penalty||
The Clark penalty, while seemingly a terrible call, made no difference as we got them off the field shortly there after and it is doubtful that the extra time would have been used at the end of the half.
|1 week 1 day ago||Irony?||
I do find it slightly ironic that you talk about how Michigan would do great in a system where all the players were paid because of the large wealthy fan base. But at the same time there is non stop complaining about ticket prices that are there just to keep the current system funded.
|2 weeks 1 day ago||I disagree as well||
I like it when Saban did it, but right now Hoke does not exactly have that much behind him. Now, if we win then he will be able to rip the fan base and should do so if the crowd contains to many buckeyes.
|2 weeks 3 days ago||I understand the hype||
He has all the talent in the world. But he is not aggressive with or without the ball. That is one trait that is almost impossible to teach. I suspect GRIII is what he is going to be at this point, which is not to bad but not going to take over games.
|2 weeks 6 days ago||In what way?||
Both are small vehicles, in Hatches case the planes were operated by his father. I would think the only thing false would be that cars are undoubtedly much more dangerous.
|3 weeks 4 days ago||Not the point||
Just because you the right to do something does not not make it. The right thing to do. The point is that your booing only makes things worse for the program in the long run.
|3 weeks 4 days ago||He's right||
In my opinion, real fans don't boo their own team. And if I was a recruit I would think twice about going to play in front of home town fans that would boo you. We all freely accept that hearing the crowd and experiencing the atmosphere of a UTL game helps recruiting, so it's seems pretty obvious that hearing boos would also have an impact.
|3 weeks 5 days ago||an extremely good point||
Watching Stanford beat up Oregon or Alabama against anyone and it is obvious that the pro style is still more than effective. Stanford has good recruits, but no better than the guys Michigan has been getting, no reason this style of offense won't work. In fact, most would argue its really the best way to a national championship.
I have been a somewhat defender of Borges, but the offense has gotten worse as the season goes on, that is unexcuseable.
I do have to also wonder how much of this is strength and conditioning too. You watch those guys get absolutely blown off the line and that is some technique but some strength and conditioning as well. In some ways the team reminds me of the 2005 team, which is well known to have suffered from a very inferior strength and conditioning program.
|4 weeks 4 days ago||Not excusing it||
But its not what Gholston did either. The face grab was during the play and literally happens all the time when linemans hands get to high, its dumb, its a penalty, it happens and is not dirty. Just a bad play. The face wash/shove was dumb and undoubtedly should not have happen, but to compare it to a straight up punch or twisting a guys head off AFTER the play is over, whom you are on top of and not arguing with, is a bit much.
But than again, the reaction on this board is more unacceptable. The way the fans on this site have basically sold out on the players and coaches makes me far more embarrassed for my school than the actions of any of the athletes or coaches. Time for everyone to start thinking before they post.
|4 weeks 5 days ago||Agreed||
This site has become mlive.
|5 weeks 1 day ago||true, but....||
That is an extraordinarily small part of their testing program. But valid point.
|5 weeks 1 day ago||Agreed||
I know very few big lions fans. In fact the popularity of the NFL as a whole is probably the only thing that keeps the lions going. But the Tigers are huge and there are a ton of people in the state that love them. I don't think the lions are nearly as popular as the Tigers and would bet their merchandise sales are significantly below the Tigers. How often do you see someone in Michigan sporting a lions cap compared to a Tigers cap, I can barely think of ever seeing people sport lions gear outside of a game.
|5 weeks 1 day ago||Nobody does||
Nobody tests for HGH. But your point still stands, the NFL has probably got far more PED users.
|5 weeks 1 day ago||Really?||
Do you really think the lions are more popular in Michigan than the Tigers? I am not so sure.
|5 weeks 4 days ago||One could argue||
One could argue that he carried the team on his back because of his inaccuracy. This lead to not being able to pass and opposing defences stacking the box to the point only Denard had a chance to run.
|5 weeks 5 days ago||Uh||
I think Saban is doing pretty well on the whole coaching thing, probably does not need your advice on where to keep his focus.
|5 weeks 5 days ago||This argument falls apart||
Because many of the reasons you include do not apply to students. Parking is not an issue and neither is cost. I say cost is not an issue because they are in fact selling tickets and for almost all students that is the entire cost of the in stadium experience. The problem is why don't they show for the whole game despite spending the money.
|6 weeks 6 days ago||Right||
Because first and second year lineman always come in and play well. Oh wait, no they don't. In fact they almost are never on the field anywhere.
|6 weeks 6 days ago||To add to your point||
They are also about a thousand times better at playing OL or football than any of us.
|7 weeks 1 day ago||Why?||
The guy has one all American left tackle a potential all big ten right tackle and is doing his best with freshman and walk-ons in the middle.
|8 weeks 1 day ago||Don't believe everything you read||
The media has just as much of a history of bending the facts or just outright making things up as it claims the NFL did. The NFL is a big story given its popularity, and thus a big target for a journalist to make his name with. I am not saying its wrong, but I would not just assume its right either.
|8 weeks 5 days ago||I agree and||
That should be a big flashing red flag for every NFL team
|8 weeks 5 days ago||Not a good point||
Whether you think college exploits him or not, that has nothing to do with the NFL requiring a certain level of experience before they pay him millions.
|8 weeks 5 days ago||I call it normal||
After my sophomore year I had a co-op job and a full time offer to pay me a large sum ..... When I graduated. It was not for millions, but I still had to go back and pay for two more years of school. Nobody will feel sorry for the NFL team if they pay him millions and he does nothing and I certainly think it is in the NFL rights to require three years of experience before hiring someone.
|9 weeks 6 days ago||Good point||
|9 weeks 6 days ago||Settlement||
It was for $40 million, approximately $160 per player but no decision on how it will be divided. Man are these kids getting screwed by only getting that scholarship. (Yes, that last part is sarcasm.)