bluesouth

August 8th, 2010 at 4:02 PM ^

for the levity GoM. +1 to you and Blitz for the hard work.  It's really good to laugh about some of this stuff.  Sometimes it gets a little too serious (meant) I take some of this stuff too serious.  .

sandiego

August 8th, 2010 at 4:14 PM ^

What about Devon Gardner?  I thought for sure when the dog ran to the other room, it was coming back with a DG ball - another year of true freshman ups and downs.

Tater

August 8th, 2010 at 6:47 PM ^

It would be nice for Michigan to once again be a program that has the luxury of redshirting their QB's, even ones as anticipated as DG.  Also, it would be nice not to start a first-year QB three years in a row.  Denard didn't play a lot, but by September, he will have two "fall" practices, one spring practice, and one season under his belt.  Having two playable QB's should be enough for this year.

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CleverMichigan…

August 8th, 2010 at 4:16 PM ^

For a second there I thought you might be my uncle since his dog is named Blitz too. But his Blitz is a German shorthaired pointer and not able to sit still as long as your Blitz, who is adorable BTW.

GoMBlue

August 8th, 2010 at 5:02 PM ^

I had to look up hypno dog, but yes they are both Australian Shepherds. Didn't really know much about this breed until we brought him home, but he's been great....although he's just 4 months old.

The Man Down T…

August 8th, 2010 at 8:15 PM ^

We have had serveral Aussie Shepherds in our family and they are the sweetest dog we've ever had.   One liked to patrol the house.  It would go outside and sit on the porch and every 10 minutes or so it banged the door to come in and she checked on everyone and then went back out.  Drove us crazy until we figured out what she was doing.  They're great for herding kids too!  Our current one is a Aussie/Chow mix and its dedication to our daughter is incredible.  Stays by her side all the time and it "greets" any stranger approaching her.  I already pity her boyfriends.  If they don't measure up, they'll be herded away. 

 

You're going to love that dog.

gobluerebirth

August 8th, 2010 at 6:16 PM ^

I'm on the fence. I lean more toward Denard because of the hype train. But, if Denard starts I feel bad for Tate. He can't play other positions like Denard can.

Funny video btw.

braylon8500

August 8th, 2010 at 9:41 PM ^

The starting QB by the end of the season will be DG because Denard and Tate will get hurt from running too much out of the Wolverine split and Hailmary formation. Or at least, that's what I gathered from my NCAA 11 season. On the bright side, my video game season also indicates that we will go 9-3.

michiganfanforlife

August 9th, 2010 at 9:24 AM ^

While he was in the room, he was really thinking hard about what Shoelace brings to the option read. He was weighing the leadership and experience with the threat to break any play for 6 points. He came to the same conclusion I did. RR invented the spread option attack, and it's what makes his offense so effective. Go with the dilithium on this one.