March 29th, 2011 at 5:58 PM ^

To see mattison would be my guess.


Edit: I should really read the article before posting, "Meyer is in town working on a piece for ESPN, his new employer."



March 29th, 2011 at 7:25 PM ^

The reason the people in the background are blurry is because Denard stepped into his throw, very good job by borges

My sources then reported that the DB's couldn't stop the receiver from catching the ball since they were blinded by the smile Denard flashed after he released the ball


March 29th, 2011 at 7:08 PM ^

Hoke has yet to sign a contract with the university, right?

What I wouldn't give to kick Hoke to the curb and bring Meyer on board.  Dave Brandon might actually appear competent if he pulled that off...


March 29th, 2011 at 10:51 PM ^

Urban Meyer can coach.  He's a proven commodity.  He recruits talent and he wins with that talent.  That's more than anyone can say about any coach at Michigan in well over a decade, Brady Hoke included.

And the arrests that occurred on his watch, they're Meyer's fault?  Is Meyer supposed to babysit all 85 scholarship players (not to mention walk-ons) 24 hours a day?  No, he's not supposed to and he couldn't even if he was.  The fact is, many programs have players get into trouble, and Michigan's no exception (see, e.g., Chris Richards, Carson Butler, Mario Maningham, Ryan Mallett, Justin Feagin, Kevin Grady, Boubacar Cissoko, etc.)  The real question is how those players are dealt with, and I've seen no evidence that Meyer was anything less than upstanding in his handling of players in these circumstances.


March 29th, 2011 at 7:54 PM ^

At this point, yes.  I don't want a coach who will stick around for a year, and then quit because he's not spending enough time with his kids.  Not that spending times with your kids is bad, but he has proven recently that he is not up to the dedication right now that is required for a major program head coach.