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07/14/2018 - 9:37am I couldn't believe it took…

I couldn't believe it took this long for someone to say Raymond Reddington.

07/08/2018 - 4:01pm Urban is definitely a better…

Urban is definitely a better recruiter. And he's in the middle of a bunch of absolutely great seasons. Izzo is on the decline.

07/08/2018 - 2:09pm I think you are just…

I think you are just confused after watching Penn State throw up prayer after prayer and somehow coming down with way too many of those. 

07/08/2018 - 2:06pm Yeah I think if Fitz had…

Yeah I think if Fitz had played in the 90s he would be remembered a little better.

07/08/2018 - 1:59pm If it does come down to that…

If it does come down to that you might as well consider him to be going to OSU. He's not going to look at one year where Michigan does better than OSU and decide based on that. OSU has been better for 10+ years and projects to be better for the next few. Not saying they will be but they definitely project to be right now.

07/02/2018 - 12:24am Yeah and Michigan got…

Yeah and Michigan got Wormley, Charlton, Henry, Hurst, and Gary who were all better than Hand. Not saying Harrison won't be a stud, but Michigan will be OK with or without him. I believe all of those guys I named were or will be drafted higher than Hand was. 

06/06/2018 - 9:07am I bought every season shirt…

I bought every season shirt up until a few years ago. I think they are poorly designed now that Nike does them. Just one guys opinion.

05/31/2018 - 9:54pm Legit

Legit accident.

05/30/2018 - 12:17am I've heard he's coming back to Michigan, barring

I've heard he's coming back to Michigan, barring any late changes.

05/28/2018 - 6:47pm And Butt certainly was a hell of a tight end. I'll

And Butt certainly was a hell of a tight end. I'll just take 2018 and the depth over 2016. It's a good problem to have seeing as how all of these fine young men played for Michigan.

05/28/2018 - 6:46pm Oh I definitely don't mean to disrespect Strib. He

Oh I definitely don't mean to disrespect Strib. He was a college player who played admirably across from Lewis. I just think in comparison to Hill and Long he doesn't make up the difference between them and Lewis. All 4 will end up going down as very good players on some of Michigan's best defensive teams.

05/28/2018 - 6:43pm Black had 83 yards receiving in his first

Black had 83 yards receiving in his first collegiate game against a tough secondary. He had 55 yards in the game he was hurt. Perry's best game ever? He had 54 yards on one reception. His second best game he had 5 catches for 51 yards. Black has only played in 3 games and two of those games he topped Grant Perry's two best days in his entire 3 year career to date at Michigan.

I don't know how hard it is to see for Michigan fans that Black is the better receiver and definitely more talented which is what this thread was supposedly about. Perry is not the receiver Black is nor would Perry ever start over Black. That's pretty easy to see for anyone. Black is a dynamic athlete who has 1st round potential. Perry won't be drafted. For that matter DPJ three best games in his freshman season are better than Perry's top 3 games in his career. They were both freshman. One was just in the first 3 games of his career. Some of this stuff is debatable between 2016 and 2018 but Grant Perry of 2016 being better than Black or DPJ is not one of them.

05/28/2018 - 1:56pm I'm not saying Hudson is a better football player.

I'm not saying Hudson is a better football player. But 2018 Hudson vs 2016 Peppers the VIPER only, Hudson has an edge for me.

05/28/2018 - 1:49pm I also never said Butt wasn't better than any

I also never said Butt wasn't better than any other tight end one on one. But collectively I'll take 2018 over 2016. They've already been more productive as a unit than 2016 was.

05/28/2018 - 1:48pm Stribling was an undrafted free agent and is still

Stribling was an undrafted free agent and is still currently a free agent. He was terrible in run support. Long and Hill vs Darboh and Chesson. Then Black and DPJ against Lewis and Stribling. I'm taking 2018 in both of those matchups. Lewis and Strib are not better than Long and Hill as a tandem. Add in Watson and Thomas and 2018 is better. Neither Lewis or Strib went first round. Long and Hill are both projected as 1st round picks. Both will be drafted though and both most likely will be drafted higher than Lewis himself was. Lewis was a great cornerback but he's only one piece of the puzzle and the Drop off from him to Hill or Long or smaller than the Drop off to a guy who wasnt even drafted and couldn't take for his life in Stribling.

05/28/2018 - 1:40pm Tarik Black was the best receiver last year. Perry

Tarik Black was the best receiver last year. Perry has been passed. Black also has a load more talent which was supposedly the original question.

05/28/2018 - 1:36pm This is the same thing that was said about

This is the same thing that was said about Wormley. Look what good coaching got him.

05/27/2018 - 11:47pm Chesson only had 35 catches in 16 and he did not

Chesson only had 35 catches in 16 and he did not look great. I honestly would take DPJ, Black, Gentry, and McKeon over Butt, Chesson, and Darboh from 2016. We'll find out after the ND game. I think after that game you'd take the 2018 version of those 4 over the top 4 from 2016.

05/27/2018 - 11:41pm 560 not 650 but you get the point.

560 not 650 but you get the point.

05/27/2018 - 11:40pm This made me laugh on the 247 article too. Well

This made me laugh on the 247 article too. Well 2017 returning players had 650+ yards and they look to obviously improve everywhere and 2016 only has less than 650 but you know leave facts out. We don't want any facts proving that 2018 is better.

05/27/2018 - 11:38pm Hudson is a better VIPER than Peppers ever

Hudson is a better VIPER than Peppers ever imagined being. Peppers could have been better, but the way both are used Hudson is a better Viper at the University of Michigan.

05/27/2018 - 11:35pm You just listed Perry(who is still on the roster),

You just listed Perry(who is still on the roster), Bunting, and Stribling( who was terrible in run support and has already been surpassed in every way by Hill and Long) as 3 of your 7 reason why 2016 was better? You must be trolling because each of those guys would be easily replaced by about 3 players each, at their respective positions, by a guy from the 2018 team.

05/27/2018 - 11:31pm Defensive end I agree with. Defensive tackle I

Defensive end I agree with. Defensive tackle I agree with. Linebacker is a huge favor for 2018. Cornerbacks is not a push, I'm sorry for everyone who loves Lewis but Long and Hill are better collectively and Thomas is pushing them. Plus Watson is a ton better version of himself. Long and Hill could both be first round picks. How many of the defensive backs even went in the draft? Let alone both cornerbacks possibly going 1st round. Both Hill and Long should be drafted ahead of where Lewis was. Both are light years better than Stribling who was poor in run support and Clark was injured. Thomas is actually probably better than Stribling or Clark. Safeties is a slight favor to 2016 but I think people seriously underrated Michigan's safeties last year. They were a few plays away from being really good last year. Now they need to clean some stuff up which is why I said 2016 is better but not by a ton. Josh should take a big step this year or he'll be pushed out by someone better. Special Teams is a push for me. I think they overrate Peppers impact there. Peppers scored 1 touchdown and average 14.8 yards a return. DPJ averaged 8 and already has a touchdown as a freshman. He should be much improved this season. And Ambry Thomas looks to be really dynamic as a returner as well. Special Teams may go to 2016 but it would be close.

Overall I think 2018 would win by a touchdown or so. They have more experience with Don Browns system on defense and better coaching on offense. Plus they have much more dynamic athletes in every position.

05/27/2018 - 11:17pm So far this is what I've read. QB - Makes

So far this is what I've read.
QB - Makes sense
RB- I agree
FB - I agree
WR- Chesson had a terrible year. In a few of the biggest games Darboh decided he forgot how to catch the ball. They also list Grant Perry as a top 3 of that team and then don't mention him being on the team and more experienced in 2018? And he's been passed by from what we can tell. He's most likely 4th if not worse on the depth chart and Martin is a better player than him.
TE - They list a top 3 that includes Wheatley who has been passed by. They also list the stats and Michigan's tight ends last year already had better stats. They're about to have more experience and a better QB. I think TE is in favor of 2018 and WR is a push at best but leaning 18 with better coaching.

I'll give 2016 the tackles before Newsome got hurt but it becomes a push after the injury. Guards definitely 2018. That leads me to say 2018 is better than 2016. The only area that may be better is fullback and the tackle spots if you assume Newsome is healthy in 2016.

05/27/2018 - 11:09pm Also Peppers was a good player for Michigan, but

Also Peppers was a good player for Michigan, but Hudson in 2018 will be a better Viper than Peppers was. Plus, DPJ is a better returner in 2018 than Peppers was in 2016. DPJ with the ball in his hand is almost as dynamic as Peppers and DPJ has an extra gear on Peppers. I'm not knocking Peppers at all, just laying out facts. Which position in 2016 would you say was better than the current team is about to put out?

05/27/2018 - 11:06pm You asked which has more talent. I see a lot of

You asked which has more talent. I see a lot of people posting about experience. Experience and talent aren't the same thing. 2018 has more talent. There are 5 guys who could be 1st round picks. How many first round picks did the 2016 team have? 2018 is the better team and more talented.

05/24/2018 - 6:51pm I'm with you. Louisville will be breaking in a new

I'm with you. Louisville will be breaking in a new QB and he might not last until halftime. Alabama will win that game easily.

05/24/2018 - 6:49pm I'll take Michigan, Auburn, and Miami in the top 3

I'll take Michigan, Auburn, and Miami in the top 3 games for opening weekend.

05/23/2018 - 8:37pm Thank you. Milton couldn't even complete over 50%

Thank you. Milton couldn't even complete over 50% of his passes in high school. He has a lot of potential, but if he starts at any point this year Michigan is going to have a worse year than last year.

05/15/2018 - 10:53pm That's not just Ford with the Takata air bag

That's not just Ford with the Takata air bag issues.

05/15/2018 - 10:36pm What kind of vehicle? It definitely had a battery

What kind of vehicle? It definitely had a battery in the key that is changeable.

05/13/2018 - 10:25pm I don't mean to disrespect Carr, but people easily

I don't mean to disrespect Carr, but people easily forget he basically was made to retire. He was only 6-7 in bowl games and he had some crazy talented teams that underachieved. Harbaugh has over-achieved multiple times between Michigan and other stops he's been at.

05/13/2018 - 10:23pm Yeah I'll go ahead and say it. Harbaugh is a

Yeah I'll go ahead and say it. Harbaugh is a better coach than Carr. Anyone who was watched football should easily come to that conclusion. If Harbaugh had the talent of some of those early 2000 teams he would have most likely won more than 1 championship(which a lot of people don't even agree that Carr won.) No I am not Frost's mom, but Carr's championship is disputed and every other season he was in charge was way below expectations. Harbaugh has exceeded expectations twice and hit right where you would expect in the other year. Carr never exceeded expectations. Harbaugh has twice. How many times did Carr win 10+ games? Harbaugh is a better coach.

05/13/2018 - 10:17pm The QBs were Kelly Bryant(a junior), Baker

The QBs were Kelly Bryant(a junior), Baker Mayfield(a red shirt senior, heisman, 1st pick in the NFL draft), a sophomore(Jalen Hurts) who played poorly and was replaced by a freshman and Jake Fromm who had two 1st round running backs on his team, a 1st round LT, and an exceptional receiving core with tons of experience.

I mean Brandon Peters would have been replaced by Fromm too. It's not coaching there, that dude is just above and beyond. He replaced a five star starter who had a year of playing time experience ahead of him.

You guys are making it seem like it's all freshman who made it to the playoff. That's not even close to true. Bryant sat for two years behind Watson. Mayfield was a multi year starter. Hurts rode his defense and one of the best wide receivers in college football and still was replaced because he's about on par with Brandon Peters. I imagine Peters could have done as well as Hurts if placed on the same Alabama team.

05/09/2018 - 2:09pm A red 1992 Porsche 911. I had

A red 1992 Porsche 911. I had a picture of one in my room for probably 5+ years and dreamed of owning one for a long time. 

05/09/2018 - 12:19pm I was 5'8" when I graduated high school. By my

I was 5'8" when I graduated high school. By my second year of college I was just over 6'.

05/06/2018 - 6:17pm That's why Michigan brought in

That's why Michigan brought in Moore.

04/27/2018 - 8:52pm When he was healthy Auburn was a top 5 team. When

When he was healthy Auburn was a top 5 team. When he was not they struggled mightily.

04/26/2018 - 11:23pm Word is Julio Jones is on his way out in Atlanta.

Word is Julio Jones is on his way out in Atlanta. Makes sense that they picked up Ridley to replace him.

04/26/2018 - 2:11pm Yeah Calipari is definitely top 10 coach. He has

Yeah Calipari is definitely top 10 coach. He has won everywhere he has been.

04/26/2018 - 2:10pm He's good but not top 5. Recruiting is part of the

He's good but not top 5. Recruiting is part of the job but you're right he has not much with very talented teams. I would say if there's elite, great, and good coaches he probably falls close to great because of the talent his brings in.

04/26/2018 - 1:44pm I think this is the idea of the Ecosport though.

I think this is the idea of the Ecosport though. It's an affordable SUV that is basically a focus that sets up a little bit. All of those entry level buyers will probably start with the Ecosport instead of the focus. The taurus was a really bad seller anyways.

04/15/2018 - 9:26pm In Henson's entire career he

In Henson's entire career he threw for 2631 yards at 7.5 ypa. He threw for 22 touchdowns to 7 intercpetions at a 55.8 completion percentage. In his best season, he threw for a 60.4% completion percentage. 

Shea, in 10 games, has thrown for 3139 yards at 8.0 ypa. He has thrown for 23 touchdowns to 12 interceptions at a 60.7 completion percentage. 

Henson's best season he had a rating of 152.7. In Shea's last season he had a rating of 151.5

In fact, if Shea had played for Michigan last season he probably would have ended up having the best season a QB has had at Michigan in the last 20+ years. And Shea is now a year older and still has two seasons left to play if he decides to stick around. There is a reason why he is projected to potentially be the top pick in the draft. The potential and hype is most certainly there, now let's see what actually happens on the field. 

04/15/2018 - 8:38pm Do you think if Chadd Henne

Do you think if Chadd Henne was added to this exact Michigan team as the starting QB, that Michigan would be considered the favorite to win the Big Ten east?

04/15/2018 - 7:51pm I couldn't believe it. I thought he would be a

I couldn't believe it. I thought he would be a multi year starter and one of the best players on the team.

04/11/2018 - 1:14pm That's kind of what I was thinking. The procedure

That's kind of what I was thinking. The procedure at IU is to let some press in if something like this happens.

04/08/2018 - 10:08pm He's a Florida fan. Not big on Georgia at

He's a Florida fan. Not big on Georgia at all.

04/07/2018 - 5:37pm After watching most of the series I'm really

After watching most of the series I'm really looking forward to seeing what happens with the offense this year. I can't believe how much the QBs ignored their coaching. I now see what they were talking about DM so much. It's a miracle they got the offensive production they did 2 years ago.

04/07/2018 - 5:30pm I'm on the second to last episode. What did you

I'm on the second to last episode. What did you like and dislike about the episodes?

04/07/2018 - 5:26pm In later videos you can see Pep also telling

In later videos you can see Pep also telling Drevno what run plays to do sometimes as well. And Pep gets really hype when something big happens.