|01/05/2017 - 6:42pm||The problem with Huge...||
is he is a sensationalist. I've listened to him way too many times about how his "sources" are claiming this or that, and come to find out that none of it was true. All I'm saying is, take anything Huge says on air with a grain of salt, because my "sources tell me" that Huge isn't as connected as he leads everyone to believe.
|01/05/2017 - 6:36pm||The thing is...||
Michigan has a stable of more than capable running backs. The focus should really be on the offensive line. Regardless of who is in the backfield, or at quarterback, if one cannot penetrate the line of scrimmage it doesn't matter how talented the back is. We saw this mutilple times this year alone when Michigan played against legit running backs (Penn State, Ohio State come to mind. Cook with FSU, but he still ripped a few big runs on Michigan).
|01/04/2017 - 6:36pm||I'd becoming coming back too...||
if i found out i wasn't going to be drafted in the NFL.
|01/03/2017 - 7:00pm||Offensive Line...||
I feel the offensive line (or lack thereof) was a major reason, if not the reason, the Wolverines couldn't break the 11+ win mark in year two. Sure, there were some coaching blunders along the way; however, if one takes a look at the games Michigan lost (Iowa, Ohio State, and Florida State), the lack of production from the offensive line really hurt and had Michigan playing one dimensional more often than not.
Mark my words, once Harbaugh gets his offensive line in place (think Stanford, and how much push that O-line got), this Michigan team will be more than capable of putting away teams with solid D-lines.