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03/03/2018 - 3:07pm Wagner, STOP SHOOTING

Wagner, STOP SHOOTING THREES!!!

10/20/2017 - 11:57pm I'd call him MooMoo if I was a

I'd call him MooMoo if I was a coach.

09/21/2017 - 4:10am None of the videos play using the app. I wish you

None of the videos play using the app. I wish you guys had a decent app.

09/16/2017 - 7:54pm Speight was consistently bad

Speight was consistently bad for the vast majority of this game.  He had small, infrequent, gaps where he stopped being completely inept.

09/16/2017 - 7:52pm I absolutely reject the

I absolutely reject the notion that the coaches are purposefully not calling the plays they believe will most likely succeed to work on plays that are less likely to succeed.  What is happening is that they are calling plays that they think will work, Airforce brings out a defense that counters their play (by guessing correctly), and Wilton Speight fails to check us out of our play into a more successful one.  It's all of those things happening.  Accept it.

09/16/2017 - 7:47pm It's the truth.  A lot of

It's the truth.  A lot of play calling is a guessing game, and Airforce guessed right a lot.  However, Wilton Speight is also the quarterback because he's supposed to be experienced enough to read the defense and check us into a play that is better based on what the defense showed.  Speight consistently failed to audible the offense into an advantageous play.  That means that Speight is failing to manage the game and failing to be an accurate passer.  Why is he in the game?

09/06/2017 - 11:12am Did someone say my name?

Did someone say my name?

08/31/2017 - 4:47am 42-14

42-14 MICHIGAN

08/31/2017 - 4:47am my official pick is 42-14 but it's not letting me

my official pick is 42-14 but it's not letting me edit the title at the moment.

08/31/2017 - 4:45am 42-12

42-14

11/27/2016 - 4:38am If I were to ask you what "disciplined, sound,

If I were to ask you what "disciplined, sound, wise, offensive play-calling" looks like, would you tell me it looks like taking what the defense gives you? Would you tell me that running into a nine-man box is the opposite of "disciplined, sound, wise, offensive play-calling"?

Alternatively, when the defense aligns itself with one deep safety, and obvious press man-coverage, that running the ball into the brick wall that is that defensive alignment would be wreckless, foolish, and completely arbitrary play calling? Just curious...

And now I would ask politely that you judge Jim Harbaugh, as the offensive mind that he claims to be, with the same scrutiny that you judged Brady Hoke's self-proclaimed defensive mind... with THE SAME scrutiny. Brady Hoke's defenses were the strength of the team. Jim Harbaugh's offenses are detriment to the team.

10/07/2016 - 5:45pm It doesn't look like Michigan

It doesn't look like Michigan will be playing another high powered spread offense until Indiana, and then of course the end-game boss-fight with Ohio State.  How badly do you think losing one of our three good corners will impact Michigan's chances against Indiana and Ohio State?

Our safeties and linebackers have made serious mental errors in coverage.  It would have been nice to be able to put three competant corners on the field against 4 and 5 WR sets.

10/07/2016 - 5:43pm Indiana.  One, Indiana proved

Indiana.  One, Indiana proved they're better than Sparty.  Secondly, Indiana runs a spread offense and so far the only kind of offense that can move the ball against our defense is a hurry-up spread offense.

09/25/2016 - 1:29am Levert Hill is a God walking amongst mere mortals,

Levert Hill is a God walking amongst mere mortals, kind of like Lewis, but like Lewis, he's no ready to play full duty as a true freshman.

09/23/2016 - 5:27pm I love the way wind is

I love the way wind is described.  I now know the difference between 10 mph, 7 mph, and 5 mph winds.

09/09/2016 - 8:10pm Good luck.  That audio is

Good luck.  That audio is atrocious.  Honestly, I'm not sure why you would willingly record in a crowded place with tons of background noise, but if you must, there are omnidirectional microphones that will filter background noise at the source.  Look into using an Antlion omnidirectional Modmic.  You attach it to a closed pair of headphones.  In a crowded area, I'd suggest the Boze Quiet Comfort 15, 25, or 35 - depending on your budget.

09/09/2016 - 8:04pm I'm ONLY getting audio threw

I'm ONLY getting audio threw the left channel.  Not good.

09/08/2016 - 9:18pm Well, that's good to know.  I

Well, that's good to know.  I think anoher aspect of the "shot-put" motion is a lack of follow through in the arm motion.  Usually, that means here will be less arm strength.  Think about the difference between throwing a fastball and throwing a dart.  And to that effect, it plays out.  Shane Morris has a ton of follow through on his throws.  His throwing motion is a literal sight to behond, and that ball travels at an incredible velocity.  It's just a matter of, how important is it to throw the ball fast?  By fast, I don't mean the wind-up.  I mean the velocity of the ball itself.  Honstly, it's probably nice, but not crucial.

09/08/2016 - 3:14pm Regarding Speight's throwing

Regarding Speight's throwing motion looking "weird", he looks very similar to how Devin Gardner threw the ball, which makes me a bit sad, to think how good - possibly great - Devin could have been had he received proper coaching.  Michigan did a disservice to that young man.

09/07/2016 - 12:48am You're a fucking disgrace.

You're a fucking disgrace. You call yourself a Michigan man... What a fling joke. You lack the capacity to comprehend the very essence of the term, let alone come close to identifying with the term. You all are a public disgrace.

Mark.. My... Words...

Fucking mark them down.

This Oregon defense will improve from #116 nationally, in 2015, to the top 25 in 2016. Fucking mark those words. You all should be ashamed of yourselves. What a fucking disgrace.

09/07/2016 - 12:48am You're a fucking disgrace.

You're a fucking disgrace. You call yourself a Michigan man... What a fling joke. You lack the capacity to comprehend the very essence of the term, let alone come close to identifying with the term. You all are a public disgrace.

Mark.. My... Words...

Fucking mark them down.

This Oregon defense will improve from #116 nationally, in 2015, to the top 25 in 2016. Fucking mark those words. You all should be ashamed of yourselves. What a fucking disgrace.

09/07/2016 - 12:48am You're a fucking disgrace.

You're a fucking disgrace. You call yourself a Michigan man... What a fling joke. You lack the capacity to comprehend the very essence of the term, let alone come close to identifying with the term. You all are a public disgrace.

Mark.. My... Words...

Fucking mark them down.

This Oregon defense will improve from #116 nationally, in 2015, to the top 25 in 2016. Fucking mark those words. You all should be ashamed of yourselves. What a fucking disgrace.

09/06/2016 - 11:56pm Brady Hoke held them to under

Brady Hoke held them to under 100 yards rushing.  His first imperative is to stop the run, and he did that.  Don't forget this is his first year and Oregon's defense blows.  This is a mac level defense here.

08/31/2016 - 8:56pm 57-0

57-0

08/27/2016 - 6:25pm Captain Butt

May we forever refer to him as "Captain Butt" from now on?

08/27/2016 - 4:51am I feel like they chose the two guys that

I feel like they chose the two guys that absolutely wrecked in in camp.

Wormley went up against a decent/not-great offensive line and did well.

Butt went up against an inexperienced group of linebackers.

so they both benefitted from the other side's weak spots.

That is precisely what I'm taking away from these picks. Let me know id you disagree.

08/27/2016 - 4:46am I personally nominate Ryan Glasgow because FUCK

I personally nominate Ryan Glasgow because FUCK THE HATERS!!!

08/26/2016 - 4:08pm This pleases me... yes, I am deeply pleases by

This pleases me... yes, I am deeply pleases by this.

08/23/2016 - 9:04am It is unprofessional and completely inexcusable to

It is unprofessional and completely inexcusable to send a thank you note to a recruit for something he didn't do, all the while misspelling his name in that note. What a disgrace.

08/23/2016 - 9:01am yeah, I might consider decommitting too,

yeah, I might consider decommitting too, considering Michigan sent him a thank you letter for doing something he didn't do, and even spelling his name incorrectly in that letter. That's just unprofessional. I'm legitimately ashamed of our football program for that. Get it together! Stop failing! Those kind of mistakes are disrespectful and inexcusable. Michigan deserves to lose this commitment. FUCK!!!

05/01/2016 - 11:12am it's immoral to pay players because it's against

it's immoral to pay players because it's against the rules. if the rules were entirely unenforced, then it's not immoral because everybody can do it freely. the second that anybody is harmed by paying players, it becomes immoral. The University of Mississippi, their athletic department, and all those who support them are now going to be harmed because a few people wanted to break enforceable rules. Paying players is immoral because the penalty for such behavior is harmful to those who did no wrong.

02/17/2016 - 10:11pm I suggest the AD buy out Woodson's contract with

I suggest the AD buy out Woodson's contract with ESPN.

01/29/2016 - 3:35pm correction

it's the prediction based on flimsy evidence section.

01/29/2016 - 3:34pm ""I chose Michigan because it's a better fit for

""I chose Michigan because it's a better fit for me," Eubanks said. "I can play right away as a true freshman. It's best for my future and for my work ethic."

Later in the article, in the upshot for rest of class section, Ace goes on to say how we're crowded at the TE position and how Eubanks will likely receive a redshirt. Is this just more recruiting dishonesty from Harbaugh?

01/06/2016 - 2:31am uofm?

uofm?

11/01/2015 - 4:05am I think I understand what you're getting at.

I think I understand what you're getting at. Basically, we should have lost this game. We're fortunate that their interim head coach ran 17 seconds off the clock. We made a great goal line stand, on the road, and I don't want to discredit our d-line for playjng hard either but Minn should have had 2 more tries, and the game, at the very least, should have gone into overtime.

that's just the facts.

11/01/2015 - 3:15am I'm not asking for upvotes.

I'm not asking for upvotes.  In fact, I forbid anybody from upvoting this comment....

Oregon will lose their next two games, and it will expose MSU for literally not playing a single decent team, except Michigan who they beat by having refs hand them the game (Michigan should have been winning by 20+ points), and a miraculous last play.... wow...

MSU hasn't beaten a single decent team.  There isn't a team that sparty LEGITIMATELY beat on that schedule.  Oregon will lose to Cal.  Oregon will lose to Stanford.  Oregon will lose to USC.  Oregon may even lose to Oregon St.... ... ... and MSU will have an absolute bullshit win over Michigan and... ... .. nothing.  If you think MSU is going to beat Ohio State, you're crazy.

But Michgian will.  Michigan has Ohio State at HOME!  Wait and see.  We're going to win the Big 10 championship.  The drama is going to be real.  MSU is going to FREAK OUT!  Their only legitimate win is going to be against Michigan, but Michigan is going to win the Big Ten Championship, outright.  We're all going to RELISH losing to Michigan State.  That's the ultimate insult.  Everything... happens... for... a... reason.

Michigan will be the outright Big Ten Champs and Michigan State will be crying in the corner about how they beat us yet they were "SNUBBED" by the playoff polls.

You heard it here first.

"Sometimes you get your little brother excited when you’re playing basketball, and you let him get the lead, and then you come back and take it back"

You can only live off of the "little brother" chip for so long.  Eventually, the universe is going to come arond and punish you for the borrowed time you had on top.  You've become cocky, arrogant, exactly the thing you reviled and hated.  You should have humbled yourself, little one.  You should have been thankful for your uprising at the expense of Michigan's downfall.  Now it's about to be thrown back in your face.  My only hope is that Michigan fans demonstrate class.  Be rational.  Michigan State beat us because the refs kept them in the game, Harbaugh made a poor decision ont he punt formation, and O'Neil dropped the snap.  It was a unique combination of errors, on the part of the refs, Harbaugh, and our punter, that resulted in MSu's victory.  They should have felt fortunate for the win, as we feel fortunate for the win against Minnesota (which we had no business winning if not for inept decision from their interim head coach).

It was anybody's game and we were hugely fortunate.  Michigan State, on the other hand, didn't even deserve to be in position to win the game.  There's a difference.

11/01/2015 - 1:56am It's because Minnesota's

It's because Minnesota's interim head coach isn't supposed to inexplicably run 17 seconds off of the clock, throw the ball away, and then go for the TD with 2 seconds left.  That's horrendous coaching.  That's beyond unbelievably inept decision making.  That's worse than when Brady Hoke decided to go for a 2 point conversion agianst Ohio State.

W....t....f... why would you run 17 seconds off of the clock on a terrible pass play, and then go for the touchdown when you could tie the game with an easy field goal?  Because you're not fit to be a head coach.  That's why.  End of discussion. 

11/01/2015 - 1:49am You're not wrong, but you're

You're not wrong, but you're also not doing yourself any favors after the "refs are the reason Michigan lost to MSU" post either.  I feel for you, because you open yourself up to criticism when you tell the truth like this...  Just be thankful you're expressing the truth to a widely Michigan-oriented audience.

11/01/2015 - 1:38am There was nothing wrong with

There was nothing wrong with Ace's write-up.  This guy is being a dumbass.  I'm not the type to "stand up for the OP because I'm a fanboy".... it's just... there was literally nothing particularly wrong with Ace's write-up last week... especially since you posted an entire article devote EXCLUSIVELY to the refs being the major culprit for why we lost....

That was literally the most homerish post I've ever read on this site, and yet also I have no arguments against it.  I'm just saying.

I mean, you just said, "Minnesota held on like men who don’t know what they’d do with their lives if they couldn’t run around in goofy armor with very old painted earthenware."

What does that even mean?  It doesn't mean anything.  It means Minnesota tried to not lose, I guess.  Sure... lol.

But the idea that you replaced Ace because Ace was, I guess... not homerish enough?  That's kind of laughable.

10/29/2015 - 8:41pm 14-0

14-0 michigan

10/17/2015 - 11:03pm it's not just the number of penalties. it's when

it's not just the number of penalties. it's when they were called, and the lack of true merit for them. they were called with the intent to preserve Michigan State drives, and snuff out Michigan's. Not only were the calls hugely impactful, they were arbitrary in virtue. That was not targeting which gave MSU an undeserved touchdown Henry's unnecessary roughness was bullshit. The defensive holding that overturned the INT was garbage. The hold on Braden was a complete joke of a call.

So not only were the penalties horribky wrong, they were called in situations that massively impacted the outcomes of the game.

This is how I know it was deliberate. The referees called the game with the intent to keep the game close until the final drive. ever call was calculated with ill intent.

So I ask, when is it acceptable to blame the refs? If not now, where I'd the line where you can say, "Yes, the refs are responsible for this loss."? I refuse to grant refs this notion that they are impervious to responsibility for affecting the outcomes of games.

10/11/2015 - 11:31pm since it was reviewed in the game, it cannot be

since it was reviewed in the game, it cannot be repealed. so no, he will not be repealing it.

10/11/2015 - 11:02am He made the ball move into his hands with the

He made the ball move into his hands with the sheer power of will. I saw it.

10/11/2015 - 1:24am Who's got it better than

Who's got it better than us?

10/03/2015 - 8:12pm no.

no.

10/03/2015 - 8:11pm Shut

Shut up.

10/03/2015 - 8:10pm I don't know about you guys, but I'm still

I don't know about you guys, but I'm still primarily focused on becoming bowl eligible before I'll start boasting about eating teams for lunch.

We went 5-7 last year.

09/30/2015 - 9:40am Jabril's personality seems to be that of a person

Jabril's personality seems to be that of a person who values a college degree. I could see him leaving as a red-shirt junior, two years from now, after receiving his degree.

09/30/2015 - 9:38am His intellect is maybe the most impressive thing

His intellect is maybe the most impressive thing about Jabril Peppers. The answers he provides are very succinct.