"He makes it really easy on you as a coach because he has tremendous football instincts," Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh said. "Things come really naturally to him. He doesn't have to see things too many times. He has a good sense for how things should look and feel, and he's a tough, physical guy."
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|2 years 37 weeks ago||"Asians know their fish"||
I rarely laugh out loud.
|2 years 37 weeks ago||overly informative poster||
I didn't even remember who Conway was and so I chose to open this to find out. I found out and was happy.
Thank you for the twitter and blog info. Perhaps your many followers could discuss "uninformative title" at length.............OVER THERE.
|2 years 37 weeks ago||"as I recall"||
Why make this comment when:
A. It has already been established that academics were the issue.
B. As I recall, stealing from a fellow student does not preclude one from participation.
|3 years 13 weeks ago||BIG HOUSE EXPLOSION||
Science has seen that our physical universe began at a specific point in time.
Science has proven that all matter is composed of energy. (e=mc2)
Their explanation....................................a big explosion?????
If we piled the materials making up the stadium together and exploded it, what would the scientific method tell us?
|3 years 13 weeks ago||dont you mean anything EXCEPT..................................||
That is all.
|3 years 13 weeks ago||"and what was before that" repeat perpetually||
I believe God particle refers to scientific assertion that this is the basic element of life.
The only problem being: what was before that and where did it come from and what was before that and where did it come from and what was before that and where did it come from and............................................................................................................................................................
You have to love "science".
|4 years 20 weeks ago||While you are on the topic||
NBADraft.net has a very nice article on Darius Morris.
"The most pure point guard in the draft"
Perhaps someone could link to it or even start a new thread.
I can't do either so do with this what you will.
I do think many would enjoy it.
|4 years 29 weeks ago||"to education you"||
Those "triple digits" obviously include a decimal point.
|4 years 31 weeks ago||RR=DENARD||
Heisman Denard was a product of the offense he chose to play in (RR). What they are saying to this kid is exactly what every other program of note was telling Denard 2 years ago. He was smart enough to know what "if" it doesn't work out really meant. He would have seen through Weird Al and the Fat Man just like this kid will. 2300+1600 Denard is gone. He must be destroyed no matter what because to do otherwise might, in even some small way, reflect well upon the previous regime.
|4 years 31 weeks ago||"hate"||
You definitely are exhibiting feelings but I don't believe hate is the word you are so desperately seeking to share.
Perhaps "passion" was a small Freudian slip on your part.
|4 years 33 weeks ago||I disagree||
If you don't know who RJS is you should probably do more reading and less commenting.
Thank you and have a nice day.
|4 years 33 weeks ago||your comment leaves much to be desired||
RJS? = A quesion about Royce Jenkins-Stone
Please get a clue.
Thank you and have a nice day.
|4 years 33 weeks ago||Swan has nothing to add||
What is the matter SWAN? Nothing to add SWAN?
SWAN, does your lack of communication skills cause this lashing out?
Sarcasm Alert: I am calling you by your first name even though I don't know you. Get it?
|4 years 33 weeks ago||this was already blah blah blah blah blah||
The title was very clear as to the topic. If you are not interested in discussing it, move on.
Others seem to be enjoying it. Thank you for your contribution.
Shut up and go away!!!
|4 years 33 weeks ago||sarcasm:yes||
Unlike the post on which I commented your words are well thought out and supported by more than zeal. You win. I sincereley hope your right. You sir, are no street urchin.
this post is sarcasm free
|4 years 33 weeks ago||Street Urchiness????? Street Urchinity?????||
Hush little urchin and allow your applause to fade among the masses.
|4 years 33 weeks ago||Your street urchin noise is not welcome here||
SHHHHH I think I hear the noise of a street urchin.
|4 years 33 weeks ago||He was the best player because of his running.||
I believe the majority of running plays end with contact. He came here because of the offensive philosophy in place and was used to his fullest potential. It goes without saying that weird al is a much better offensive mind then RR. I am sure once he instills "ruggedness" and "300 lbs" he can then teach Denard to not get tackled. Denard got hurt trying to score on every play. His maturation alone will lead to less contact in identical situations as he takes whats there and gets the rest on the next play.
|4 years 33 weeks ago||I think you should capitalize OLD||
Your comment was a real "contribution". Why don't you take your own advice. His comment was harmless so shut up and read the next one.
|4 years 36 weeks ago||he is in next years class||
|4 years 36 weeks ago||joeyb that was awesome||
|4 years 37 weeks ago||S||
|4 years 37 weeks ago||"I would walk to michigan"||
Apparently bringing someone to the football program because he "really wants to be here" or "he loves michigan football" ended with Hokes hiring. He is here for these reasons alone and apart from them would be considered woefully inadequate by any but the most partial of observers. You would think this kid was deserving of the same consideration. Next year might be a different story but turning away your first commitment doesn't seem like the thing to do.
Perhaps having more than one Devin on the same side of the ball would be too confusing for the elite staff he has assembled.
|5 years 6 weeks ago||Bighouse no real home advantage||
It is the university of MICHIGAN, not the university of those who went to michigan.
I was born and raised in MICHIGAN. Although no one else in my family had any interest in sports, I grew up loving the teams which represent our state.
Every saturday the football team that was on TV was MICHIGAN. I was ten and they won almost every game , so obviously I became a fan.
I am more of a MICHIGAN fan than thousands of graduates who spent their saturdays polishing their pocket protectors and checking the batteries in their calculater.(no offense)
There is a reason Michigan stadium has long had a reputation as the least advantageous home field despite the largest attendance.
The stadium is filled with those who went there, not because they love team,but because being there is part of the academic culture which produced them.
It is these "true fans" who are responsible for the recent ncaa "violations".
Their hatred of someone they percieve to be beneath them(RR) created an environment in which players felt comfortable complaining publicly. At one time being a michigan man (BO) ment keeping your mouth shut and working your ass off, these "true fans" changed that.
It is not the MSU fans reference to Wal Mart Wolverines which bothers me. It is those who attended sharing that same view.
I am a "true fan" . I have loved them since I was a child.
The only fair-weather fans I have noticed are graduates who cant comprehend what goes into the final score.
Much like the worlds largest retailer, falling quality seems to be a real issue among graduate "fans".
Perhaps the moniker, Wal Mart Wolverine, is being placed on the wrong group.
P.S. grammer, sentence structure, spacing etc do not invalidate the thoughts themselves.