September 11th, 2017 at 10:06 AM ^

Love Brandstatter as a person.  Love Deirdorf as a person.  Both are awful on the radio.  Both need to be replaced.  UM football deserves better play-by-play and better gametime commentary.



Mr. Yost

September 10th, 2017 at 5:58 PM ^

No real response to either comment there...but do you know what happened to Doug Karsch? I don't listen to the radio (not sure why anyone would when everyone complains about it - seems kind of counterproductive), but would he be a fit there? 

I remember he used to have a part in these Inside Michigan Football pieces. Maybe he'd be a better option than JB?

I feel at this point, JB is like Michigan's version of Corso and they may take him off PBP...but they're not going to take this little nugget from him. It's a fluff recap and just not that big of a deal. Just my 2 cents.


September 10th, 2017 at 5:36 PM ^

Grant Perry has some nice hands, nice catches fully extended throughout his career.  That one low catch that was ruled incomplete was definitely a catch.  I don't like him lunging the ball out there for the touchdown hopefully the coaches make him stop doing that.  Totally not needed.  Rashan Gary was not a late hit let alone targetting.  Again the refs just itching to make that call way too liberally.

I Bleed Maize N Blue

September 10th, 2017 at 7:47 PM ^

Perry had guys closing in on him. By leaping from the 4yd line, before they could make contact, he removed his legs from where they could have been cut down and ensured he got in for the score. I don't think he would have made it otherwise. Even if he kept his feet with two guys hitting him, the third guy could have got there. I have no problem with his effort here.


September 10th, 2017 at 8:01 PM ^

On the fly I didn't notice how quickly the D turned and started blocking after the first INT. I guess they got the "respond quickly on turnovers" message after last weekend. Watson in particular.

Good coaching, good playing.


September 10th, 2017 at 8:56 PM ^

Jay Harbaugh is the new running backs he doing great because Issac is much improved and playing well, or is he doing poorly because Chris Evans seems to have regressed?


September 10th, 2017 at 9:28 PM ^

i think the jury is still out. Ty has always been great on sweeps, but he is being given more opportunities this year.

with Evans, I dont think he has regressed, the problem is our O line not openijg holes for him. Evans and Higdon need to make it through the hole then make their "1 cut" off the 2nd level. they arent even getting to the second level.

this is part of the offense that worries me. eventually defenses will realize Ty is in and the play is bouncing outside. when that dries up, our offense will be that much worse.