August 24th, 2010 at 1:12 PM ^

It doesn't bother me that the video isn't embedded, but if you want to know how:

On the video's youtube page there is a button marked "embed" (it's below the video on the right, just under the number of views). Click that button. It opens a box that contains the code needed to embed. Copy the code. Come back to the mgoblog comment box where you want to put the video. First click the "switch to plain text editor" button/link below the comment box. Once it has switched to plain text editor, go ahead and paste the embed code you copied from youtube. It'll just look like code when you paste it, but it'll show up as embedded video after the comment is posted.

Good luck!


August 24th, 2010 at 12:53 PM ^

Hell. Yes. I'm not surprised he's doing well, but every time he hits someone my eyes get a little wider.

Having someone like BG associated with our program is awesome. Can't wait to see how his success helps us in recruiting.


August 24th, 2010 at 1:04 PM ^

Did anybody else notice the eerie similarities between the way BG hit fools and our former middle LB, my man David Harris?  They had just had that gift when they made the tackle the player always went down right at the point of contact or backward!  I can't remember either player ever giving up extra yards once they laid the wood on some one!  Good luck BG in Philly and turn the NFC EAST into your playground!


August 24th, 2010 at 2:02 PM ^

First off congratulations to him, with his work ethic it was only a matter of time. Can't wait to see him play this year, he definitely has a very good shot at the the Rookie Defensive Player of the Year.


August 24th, 2010 at 2:53 PM ^

It was a pleasure to watch BG play for the maize 'n' blue as a student!  He is right at the top of my list of favorite Wolverine players (next to childhood hero Mr. Woodson and Mr. Hart)!  Here is to a long and successful NFL career!


August 24th, 2010 at 3:02 PM ^

I mean for the longest time Charles Woodson was my favorite player, but watching him last year he almost overtook Woodson.  To see what he did and how hard he fought every play of every game no matter what the score was was so inspirational.  So happy to see him succeed this fast and prove everyone wrong that said he was to small.  Cant wait to see him dominate for  years to come.  Now I can cheers to him all night tonight.


August 24th, 2010 at 10:52 PM ^

I have been blessed to watch. Tear 'em up, BG.

Next up?

Is it safe to assume that the Eagles are not aware that he has short arms? All the "football experts" knew that, after all.