McMurphy source: Brohm is 'clear cut #1 choice' for UL job

McMurphy source: Brohm is 'clear cut #1 choice' for UL job

Submitted by Indy Pete - Go Blue on November 11th, 2018 at 12:29 PM

So there is this amazing HS football player named George Karlaftis...

 

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SEC - will the committee give them more love?

SEC - will the committee give them more love?

Submitted by Michigan Mike '76 on November 11th, 2018 at 11:36 AM

Will we get jobbed by the committee?  They can argue that we didn't cover the spread to a weak RU team, and Georgia whooped (not really a whooping) a ranked (rank as in P U) four loss Auburn team, so they must be better than Michigan and, THEREFORE, are deserving of the four spot in this week's ranking.  We all know that the committee wants two, if not three SEC teams...

Using UFR to Quantify 2017 to 2018 OL Improvement

Using UFR to Quantify 2017 to 2018 OL Improvement

Submitted by sundaybluedysunday on November 11th, 2018 at 8:46 AM

I was curious about what the UFR numbers said about how much the offensive line had improved from last year to this year, so I tabulated the numbers through 9 games to see what observations could be gleaned. I've attached the workbook I put together to check this out (if the upload works) if you care to explore this further.

SIAP: LJ Scott to Redshirt

SIAP: LJ Scott to Redshirt

Submitted by MrBrightside on November 11th, 2018 at 6:42 AM

LJ Scott has opted to shut himself down for the remainder of the season so he can take a redshirt. He's been hampered by an ankle injury and has only appeared in four games on the year—the maximum allowable under the new redshirt rule. Dantonio said the redshirt provides "an opportunity for him to come back, get his degree." If the extra year is, in fact, necessary for Scott to obtain his degree, a potential grad transfer would be off the table.