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Comment 52 minutes ago
Bring on Harbaugh. It will take him 2-3 to possibly climb out that slop bucket of a whole they are in. By that time the NFL will draw him back. I actually don't see him leaving the NFL especially with his brother set to enter the playoffs. I wouldn't want my brother to beat me at anything.
Comment 22 hours ago

I don't agree at all on Price. After VT he had an excellent season. 

I actually see a WR as most likely to get supplanted by another young playmaker. 

Comment 21 Dec 2014
C Smith has played better lately. I know many were hoping he would be a deep threat but he seems more comfortable running intermediate routes and seems very quick was the ball in hand. It has been a little disappointing it has taken 11 games to notice that.
Comment 21 Dec 2014
They lost because of poor coaching and execution down the stretch. Blew threw timeouts and Kap stunk throwing the ball all evening.
Comment 20 Dec 2014
Regardless of whomever steps in next season they have no experience at QB, WR will be a question mark and same goes for RB, although not as iffy as WR. At best, an 8 win team next season. I guess that would be an improvement.
Comment 19 Dec 2014

Lighten up Toledoans. I am just goofing on ya. Besides for the close proximity to Michigan and for averaging more potholes per square mile than any other city in the US, I enjoyed my time in the Glass City. It did have some great qualities and I have many fond memories - the Old Orchard area, Dale's Bar in Maumee, JoJo's Pizza on Monroe Street, those catchy yet annoying Car Stereo One commercials (TURTLE!), Frickers wings, Nick & Jimmy's, good times at the Dirty Bird, and my favorite Mexican joint of all time El Camino. I still visit friends in Toledo often and hit up the patio at El Camino and even just completed a Zombie Run out past the Airport. The city itself needs infrastructure work, but it suburbs (Perrysburg, Maumee, Sylvania) are very nice and a great place to raise a family.

Comment 19 Dec 2014

I am not worried whatsoever.  Exhibit A - you get to come coach a storied and successful franchise. Unlike our rivals we have had successful this decade. Exhibit B - you get to learn and work with Coach Meyer. If somewhat successful, you will land a head coaching gig within 2-3 years. Exhibit C - OSU is in the playoffs and appears will actually be better next season. Exhibit D - you have a plethora of talented QBs to work with. Exhibit D(A) - two of said QBs have finished in the top 5 Heisman voting.

I completely have faith in Meyer to make the right choice. Heck, I have faith in any of his top 5 'wants' for the position.

I think Frost is the longest of long shots, but that would be epic. Leaving one top 5 program for another top 5 program. The Nike-bought Duck butt hurt would be legendary.

Comment 19 Dec 2014

I have no clue if he will take the job or not. I am leaning toward 70% NO and 30% YES. By the number getting out there, from a MI perspective, it at least shows the school and athletic department are trying to land 'the big fish'. There fans have put all their eggs in one basket, and maybe so has the school, that it will be an epic fail if they do not land Harbaugh. The rumors I have been hearing (family in MI, family has attended UM, family season ticket holders) is that they will know about Harbaugh by Monday the 28th.

IMO, I think he stays a pro coach and lands somewhere besides Raiders. For some reason I am a believer he will be the next Falcons coach. Mike Smith hasnt exactly been setting the world on fire and with the offensive firepower there he has disappointed the last two seasons. It would make sense for Harbaugh to gravitate toward an NFL with an established, but young QB. Matt Ryan fits that bill.

Comment 18 Dec 2014

Bosa and gang obviously both physically and psychologically tormented Gordon. He cant even remember the way his ass was handed to him in the BIG championship game. We cost him not only the championship, but his Heisman. His level of butt hurt has to be 100 million zillion. He had an extra serving of haterade with his protein shake this morning.

Comment 18 Dec 2014

At least Tim Tebow got dressed up to come visit the team. He looks like he just came from a One Direction concert with Bassdropper.

Comment 16 Dec 2014
This is exciting. Herman was great, did great things for us. Congrats. He helped Meyer tweak Meyer's version of the spread. Now, someone else can come in and work with Warriner and Meyer to tweak it some more. Adapt, improve, excel.
Comment 15 Dec 2014

Two things about this: (1). Too bad SCUM couldnt have did this with Devin Gardner and (2). We might need to do this with Braxton and Gibson. Any expertise would help.

Comment 15 Dec 2014

I bet we end up with a better OC than SCUM does at head coach.

Comment 12 Dec 2014
Smith has seemingly been more involved lately. Good for him. He will need to be more consistent next season as we will need to lean on him to open up field.
Comment 12 Dec 2014

Kind of in poor taste my man. One thing to voice frustrations about things happening or in-game comments about a particular play, but it is another to just blast the kids for no purpose.

Comment 12 Dec 2014

My father-in law (a huge MI fan and season ticket holder/ I have mentioned him before) has now moved on from Harbaugh and Miles and now certain MI will end up with Jim Mora. I think that would be a decent-to-good hire but nothing I would fear. UCLA hasnt been able to get over the OR hump in the PAC 10 with More, and seem destined to be the 2nd or 3rd best team there with or without Mora.

Comment 10 Dec 2014
Regardless of the Weber commit, Harris is still the top rated RB in this class. You leave the door open. Anything can happen.