It's not that he can't, it's that he won't - he doesn't give two craps about the media and giving great answers. Different from other coaches? Very. Does it matter? No.
Could be..I think it will be interesting, even the Hoke teams got up for the game, so who knows what will happen. :)
missing two starting DL doesn't help, they really need Glasgow, but sounds like he's done for hte year w/ a torn pectoral...the offense (rudock especially) has been MUCH better and I'm very happy with the improvement on that side of the ball.
John O'Korn should start next season and I wouldn't be surprised if Zach Gentry and incoming Brandon Peters were ahead of Morris (if he's still at Michigan)
ahhh yes...the enjoyment of driving drunk...watching the sun go down, drink a few beers, hop in my car...now, this is the life.
He's below the legal drinking age AND blew over the legal limit...yeah, go ahead, just leave him alone. Not a big deal at all, you're right. Here's you're free pass for driving while drunk, that's a super idea.
I don't care what your status is in society or what team you play for, driving after drinking any amount of alcohol is a bad idea.
Outsiders view: Braxton hands down. He's more dangerous overall and protects the ball FAR better
Hoke said he would have ran on 4th down or used play action to go for it on 4th down. Look, it's easy to say what "I would have done this" in hindsight. Truth is it's just a weird, random thing that happened - something that could have happened at any time no matter what they did. Blake O'Neill has been one of the best punters in the nation this season and super reliable, but once again, it was just a weird, random thing.
I would say those people are idiots..I don't recall seeing that, but there are boneheaded people in all fan bases
This is 100% incorrect - the fans (the real ones) do not cheer at rivals players going down, especially with injuries that severe.
Special Olympics Punter? He's one of the best punters in the nation...go home, you're still drunk
I'm not complaining about the refs, I'm talking about stupid penalties Michigan made at the exact wrong time
I'm more upset with the multiple 3rd down penalties that kept MSU drives alive. While that finished obviously sucked, it's hard to be too mad about something that random and weird.
Some Michigan messageboards and blogs say he's visiting again this weekend for the MSU game
There's no perfect poll - not even close - but the coaches poll is the least accurate of any poll out there.
Subtract special teams and defensive TDs and it's 24-0...not impressive at all, you're right.
that's an odd question, but probably Deveon Smith's run through the middle of a pile against BYU...he's made quite a few awesome plays this season http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2572340-michigan-rb-deveon-smith-escapes-massive-pile-up-scores-60-yard-td-run
It's an o that does what they need to do and gets the job done. If you think they are done improving, and they are what they are now, you're wrong. Plus, the schemes that Harbaugh comes up with to mess w/ defenses is great. He hasn't had to show much because the last few games have been controlled.
Bingo. 100% correct. The D was still very good last year, but would be worn down b/c they were ALWAYS on the field and usually defending from crappy positions the offense left them in. The offense is FAR from great, but they are doing what they need to do.
shutting out three division 1 teams in a row is an accomplishment in today's offense-first college football.
Not all of those guys will be RBs at the next level and they know that, so no, they don't have too many RBs
You are 100% correct that Michigan is a step behind OSU right now. Even if Michigan State didn't have so many injuries, I think Michigan is still VERY close, if not even with them just because the defense is so good.
If Michigan keeps playing and improving like they are currently, The Game will be VERY fun.
Hoke was 34-38 at Ball State, 13-12 at San Diego State and 31-20 at Michigan
Harbaugh took a horrible Stanford team and made them better every year until they turned into a powerhouse. What Hoke did at Ball State and SDST doesn't even compare to what Harbaugh did at Stanford.
Harbaugh's Stanford teams and players got better every single year in a major conference. Hoke's (teams and players) got worse every year in a major conference. I think it's pretty safe to say Harbuagh is better and will be better than either of the previous two Michigan coaches. You can see how the team is playing compared to last season to notice that it's all coaching.