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Haybucks


Lowell, Michigan (via Edon, Ohio)

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Marcus Hall's salutation to the raucous crowd at the Big House 2013.
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  • NHL TEAM: Red Wings
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Recent Activity

Comment 23 Feb 2015

I say yes, providing they climb out of their mental lethargicness. Too many brain-dead miscues for a Matta team. Hopefully, playing Wisconsin and the B1G tourney will wake them up.

Comment 19 Feb 2015

Are we commenting on the article or the headline?
From an eye witness after observing other students stopping to pet the veteran's service dog, "Then two football players (apparently Dontavious Russel and Andrew Williams) walked over to the dog. They were saying things like "Here puppy" and other phrases commonly used to call a dog. As they approached the dog, one squatted down to pet him/her. Upon seeing this, the woman absolutely flipped out. I guess it was just the straw that broke the camels back. I mean, after three isolated incidents of someone messing with something of mine that I didn't want to be messed with I would be pissed too. She screamed at the players, telling them to get away. The players walked away, and like anyone who just got yelled at seemed upset for doing something so accidental were not happy and slightly embarrassed. They said "Damn, okay" and walked away. And not like DAMN BITCH but like a Chris Tucker dayuum. There was no intentional harassing, there was just a girl who had been fed up with multiple people trying to pet her dog."

Comment 16 Dec 2014

If Cardale is the winning NC QB, he might have an interest in seeing what his draft stock would be. He has a JaMarcus Russell arm with better touch, and is proving he is developing a strong maturity.  I think his upside would be appealing as a project to many NFL owners and coaches. With Ginn Sr. close by I'd certainly take Cardale Cannon over Johnny Football for the Browns.

Comment 19 Nov 2014

Braxton was tossed into a shit salad his freshman year. He never complained, took some vicious hits like the late one out-of-bounds at MSU, and made some righteous plays. He carried the 12-0 team his sophomore season. He was horse collared by PU to get the neck injury, but bounced back for the next game. Year 3 he gets targeted by an over-aggressive no-name from San Dickheado State when he was already down. Torn MCL - that's a tough injury for a runner who changes directions as abruptly as Braxton. With Cal and FAMU up next it was right for him to sit out. Braxton performed very well against Wiscy and continued the rest of the season.

Braxton was a resilient QB until the shoulder injury. A serious injury sustained during the Orange Bowl by another over-aggressive tackle. Braxton will always be targeted to get the opponents most vicious hits because he is a game changer. The best offensive player in the B1G for 2 years. Braxton deserves to be the #1 QB and the offense should be tailored to maximize his strengths. 

Comment 13 Nov 2014

I was going to gag if Florida was #1. Now I'm sick to my stomach. Ugh.

Comment 12 Nov 2014

Jalin is special. He's like a virgin on the verge. I was cheering for him during the Happy Valley game, even though his decisions to run seemed ill advised.  All he needs is the right read and a breakaway TD will be coming. Maybe his golden moment will be against Goldie!

Comment 07 Nov 2014

I think JT grows with each game. One of the things I like is us playing last Saturday night in the cold. It'll be the same on Saturday in West Ann Arbor. The their last game Sparty had unseasonal warmth with the skunk bears.  

Our guys will be ready and with JT playing hurt against the loud Lions and us getting a scrimmage in the deep freeze with the Illini, we're in great shape to start hot.

Comment 05 Nov 2014

Taken from an October 8, 2013 Cleveland.com interview with Stephen Collier.

“I am going to play quarterback, and I am going to work hard,” Collier said. “At the end of the day, all that matters is how you perform, and I plan on doing that. I am a playmaker and I make things happen. I am a guy that you want with the ball in his hands in the last two minutes of a game. I can make things happen and I can get the job done. I win ballgames.”

I root for this guy to get a solid chance to play.