|07/03/2018 - 2:46am||Actually Ford had an…||
Actually Ford had an illustrious college career, two national championship teams, mvp, all star game, and nfl opportunities afterword.
He was a great football star.
Also the Ward affair.
|12/08/2017 - 4:38pm||Coupon not good on Saturday!!?||
Coupon not good on Saturday!!?!!
|11/23/2017 - 5:57pm||Brady||
Agree. Was first thinking Montana. Then I thought, wtf, not even Tom MF Brady could beat Osu with this line. Doom.
|11/22/2017 - 5:34pm||O-Line||
A competent and deep oline is really what’s missing. Until we have that qb quality is moot.
|11/15/2017 - 10:54pm||Drills||
I like what you did there.
|10/25/2017 - 6:57pm||Casper||
We love ours. Free trial.
|10/07/2017 - 2:14pm||42-10||
|10/07/2017 - 2:12pm||Help!||
I'm in Provence France and jonesin' for the game. Can anyone please help a mgobrother out and suggest how I might stream the game?
|09/30/2017 - 3:25am||CAZZIE||
|08/18/2017 - 10:41am||Brian Griese||
He walked on and later started, iirc.
|04/25/2017 - 11:39am||sports medicine doctor here||
first, the hit was dirty and the blocker must have been aware that he was about to seriously damage the player. if legal it shouldn't be. it can be as crippling as spearing head to head. the player that threw that block intentionally damaged newsome severely, and that type block to the knees can only result in severe knee/leg injury. it should not be allowed. defensive backs must be coached to not throw these blocks and linemen must be trained to avoid being hit like this. like head to head spearing, this should result in ejection, at a minimum.
the potential loss of limb, would have resulted from damage to the neurovascular bundle, depriving the leg of oxygen and nervous impulse. infection could also potentially result in amputation.
the hit sickened me then and does to this day, sealing the fate of Grant, and our season.
|02/27/2017 - 10:43am||first 9 minutes?||
does anyone have? was on espn3 i think?
|02/26/2017 - 8:47pm||if still available|
|02/13/2017 - 5:14pm||makes you wonder||
if jerry sr. wasn't also abused as a child.
and his father before him...
|12/06/2016 - 11:38am||Pissed||
I'm pissed off too, over being robbed by those no-call ohio homer refs. Hoping the BIG makes a rule change this off season that refs with ties to teams, are sent to other games where they can be neutral. The sport, the fans, the players deserve to be spared even the appearance of bias. That crew of ohio fans officiating the Game was a travisty.
As far as taking a step back next year, probably. We are losing a ton of starters. But we take a step up at QB and i believe on the O-line. RB should be good, or better. WR/TE will hold. Defence will be a different story. Hard to match the level of play this year. But they will be great just the same. So 2017 i think we will be deeper and better then 2016.
And beyond? Faggeddabodit!!!
|12/06/2016 - 10:54am||Done in by (reply to #3)||
I think they were done in by a lack of depth. A championship team has a two-deep full of starters at each position group. We had this at the D-line, for sure. But the O-line only had a freshman to come in when Newsome went down. Our QB got dinged and we only had O'Corn. When Harbough has 3-4 recruiting cycles with top 5 classes, we will have the depth necessary to win it all. This year we could have "fallen upwards" as you aptly say, but didn't for all those reasons you listed. But truth is, we didn't over or under achieve. With Newsome healthly, or better depth (and talent) at O-line, we beat Iowa. With a healthy Wilton, or a solid backup QB, we beat ohio, even with ohio biased zebras.
Next year, and in the coming years, we will have all the depth necessary at every position to win championships, even with bad calls, key injuries, occasional dropped receptions, and even (mostly) without relying on luck.
Our furture couldn't be brighter. Things are lined up for us to excel. It's great to be a Michigan Wolverine!
|11/28/2016 - 3:27am||Perhaps. I don't know enough||
Perhaps. I don't know enough to know a great line coach But Sparta and Wisky don't beat OSU either and they sure as hell don't roll the Tide. I'm just saying that having quality depth on the OL, assuming good coaching, would make all the difference. And we will have that soon. And having a competent backup qb will make a big difference. And we will likely have a very quality 2 deep at all positions, like we do now at DL.
|11/27/2016 - 5:51pm||And beats Bama||
And beats Bama
|11/27/2016 - 5:49pm||Agree completely. If our||
Agree completely. If our offense, (line, rb, qb), was just a little bit better. Just a little bit deeper, to better absorb an injury or two (Newsome, Speight, and Clark on D), and we would have put this game away when we had the opportunity(s). In a couple more seasons Harbough will have the depth of 4-5 consecutive top 5 recruiting classes and wins this game. And Iowa. And hammers MSU.
|11/20/2016 - 6:48pm||And 6 and 7...||
And 6 and 7...
|11/20/2016 - 3:07pm||Third positive: W||
Third positive: W
|11/04/2016 - 9:33am||Wish I could be there.||
Wish I could be there.
|10/23/2016 - 1:31pm||concussion||
excuse me, but there is nothing good, in the long or short run, about blacking out when getting hit.
sorry, but he's mistaken.
|10/15/2016 - 10:13pm||No worries mr king. We beat||
No worries mr king. We beat Wisconsin a second time. We are still better than them. There is only one question. Can we beat Alabama?
|10/14/2016 - 4:51pm||Exactly correct. He's doing||
Exactly correct. He's doing great now and will certainly improve each week for the next 5-6 weeks. By the game he will be our late season Rudock. But fast. A wonderful team we have.
|10/11/2016 - 12:11pm||65+||
i've been a fan since coach Bump MF Elliott!!
while always the avid fan, over the last couple of decades, my fandom has become more and more ridiculous.
sleepless friday nights; reading this and other blogs many times a day; stressing over the decisions of 17 y.o. recruits; rewatching games multiple times. not just this season's games. I have a dvd collection of our games going back to the 60's
i'm in honolulu so a noon kick off is a 6 am deal.
and it's a thing, not just me, and not rare. i think that it is a senior phenomenon. a few of us here ages 60, 70, 80. we are more obsessed now than ever. for some it has become an affliction of sorts.
and it's not for lack of what to do. i'm not retired. I practice sports medicine (MD '75), surf, bike, make art, hike, have 4 grown children and 2 grandchildren right here with me.
BEWARE! proceed with extreme caution. great danger lies ahead!
|09/27/2016 - 3:34pm||38-17 M||
|09/25/2016 - 9:59pm||It's a thing of beauty.||
It's a thing of beauty.
|09/24/2016 - 9:18am||41-3 M||
|08/29/2016 - 7:45am||Lim k<br>L||
|07/03/2016 - 10:23pm||Sayers was a magician. A||
Sayers was a magician. A marvel to watch. Poetry in motion. None like him before or since. (Except maybe Barry?)
|12/09/2015 - 9:29am||blocking out||
you don't need to be a big time recruit to be able to block out. our bigs are not coached to take a guy, put their butt into them and face the basket and stay with him. my old coach would tell us, you can block out anyone for the rebound, no matter how big or athletic they are. just stay in front of them. i don't even see our guys moving in front of players to attempt to block out.
blocking out and getting the defensive rebounds is a coaching, not a recruiting, problem. it's pathetic what we saw last night.
anyone can block out anybody, or be fouled.
|11/22/2015 - 5:14pm||Non n know no k||
Non n know no k
|10/08/2015 - 5:02pm||De'Veon Smith||
do we know if he is playing sat.?
|05/06/2015 - 11:28pm||My exact thought. Hank. I was||
My exact thought. Hank. I was at every game. Unstoppable is precisely the word.
|04/10/2015 - 3:49pm||cazzie||
i approve of this choice.
|01/08/2015 - 10:43pm||Once we were great.||
Once we were great.
|12/27/2014 - 2:08am||XXVIII||
What happened to searchbits 28?
|10/22/2014 - 4:02pm||cazzie||
|09/06/2014 - 5:04pm||Mustard isn't yellow. It's chicken.||
Mustard isn't yellow. It's chicken.
|09/06/2014 - 10:42am||47-21||
i really like your prediction of 47-21. that is just what i have been feeling. domination. good call.
|08/21/2014 - 11:20pm||h.s.||
bunch of short, stiff white guys. I've seen better high school teams. nice to see our team with so much talent and size. looks like happy days are here again and for some time to come.
|06/12/2014 - 4:45pm||thanks||
i'll check it out.
|06/12/2014 - 11:26am||I especially love this.||
Cazzie was my first Michigan super-hero when i was a kid. my big brother took me to Yost to the games. the place rocked. literally.
|05/02/2014 - 7:57pm||washington||
weren't we about to play univ. of wash? , jimi's home town team in Seattle? that's all it was. pure, american sports rivalry. he wasn't a super druggie, as many now believe. and he was a musical genius. once in a generation type of guy. a little respect here please.
|01/24/2014 - 10:35pm||Cazzie||
|09/09/2013 - 9:45pm||also||
is anyone else curious to know why special agent gibbs' main sidekick, s.a. anthony dinozzo has to be a osu grad, former starting point guard on the bb team? why not a um grad? wtf?
|09/09/2013 - 9:43pm||try this (freep!)|
|05/15/2013 - 11:56am||sleepless in honolulu||
i wrote my response at 5 am here in paradise. i get up early read a little news, emails, and mgoblog, go jogging or surfing, and then off to work by 8am. i see my patients on time.
|05/15/2013 - 11:08am||non surgical orthopedics||
33 years experience. injections of weak concentrations of cortisone (e.g. 5mg of triamcinolone), using ultrasound needle guidance for correct placement of the needle tip within the sheath, but not the tendon, often gives lasting relief, especially in your case where the inciting cause is no longer in the picture (hockey). there is also a very good treatment called friction massage that is useful, given for 10 min. every other day for 3-6 visits is worth trying first. also beginning to have some success with platelet rich plasma injections (prp), which is like stem cells. bracing can also help. rehabilitaion to prevent recurrence is also very important. surgery may be needed and can have a good result, but noted as above, is not always without complications, prolonged recovery, and sometimes incomplete resolution of the pain, but should only be considered after all reasonable non surgical options are exhausted. if all else fails, find a hand surgeon who has done tons of these.
occasionally, the diagnosis is erroneous so make sure that this is not a joint problem, rather than a tenosynovitis (trigger finger).
on the other hand, why the hell would he go to virginia tech over UM?