October 21st, 2018 at 1:21 AM ^

It is a serious question, though I commend your ability to instinctively resort to ad hominem attacks or, more accurately, infantile repudiations.  I have no ill will towards either player, but nor will I blindly support them when they actively chose to leave.  I find it far easier to root for a Rodriguez, which is something.


October 21st, 2018 at 12:26 PM ^

My son and I were at the Rose Bowl for the game last night.   Wilton looked good.  After some rustiness he managed the UCLA offense quite well.  His passes got better and if his receivers were better there would be more yards and catches than seen.  Wilton brings some maturity to the UCLA offense along with some consistency.  His teammates were all over him about how good he was.  Let's hope Kelly lets him start.   But actually that was not the best part of the game, watching the Dodger game live on the Rose Bowl big screen pre game was the best part.


October 21st, 2018 at 8:25 PM ^

Rich Rod is no longer at AZ.  That's Sumlin's team now.  

A pity about Rich Rod.  He really does know offense.  It's his zone read that Urban Meyer, Gus Malzahn, and others have used with a lot of success.  But the guy couldn't get his head out of his rear regarding defense and how it worked.  You don't hire a 4-3 guy to run a 3-3-5 defense.  But for some reason this was lost on him.  

And in fairness, I don't think Greg Robinson is treated right by Michigan fans.  He was hired to run a scheme he didn't use.  That's like hiring a monster truck driver to drive a formula 1 car. He has proven himself at other times to be a very competent DC.  Rich Rod, however, forced him into a situation that was not at all his strength.