No, I think their best win is a loss to Utah.
Kirk Ferentz has to be the favorite for the Kirk Ferentz trophy. But watch out for Jesus Harbaugh.
I wouldn't be afraid to hit Braxton, mainly because there would be a 0% chance of me actually touching him.
What marketing guy was he talking about?
Yours was funnier, this one is spot on. I have 2 upvotes one for each of you.
Why would he leave a program that has won its conference 3 out of for years to become a coordinator? It would be like Herman leaving Houston to come back when he has them playing well.
November 1st lat year was an 8 pm kickoff against Illinois.
Leave *ichigan out of this.
It was a quiet confidence, like he knew something they didn't. Michigan State had it when they beat the Buckeyes in the B1G championship.
Other than illegal cleats? Not sure.
You are right, stop this, please. The offense had an off game in a short week. That should not be an indictment on the QB. I was in camp JT before the season, but the offense didn't move that much better when he was in today. We can't second guess every decision if the guy who quite possibly had the greatest season in the history of coaching last year.
Coincidentally, the guy sitting behind me today uttered the phrase "thats what happens when you run every play." Then next drive said "we should gove it to Zeke every play, its a guaranteed 4 yards."
41 point spread on a short week seems awful high to me. However, I'm pretty sure that the Buckeyes could cover that with a backup QB if need be.
I didn't read it as practice time, but just time in the film room.
I think what he is saying is that you don't get punished for physical mistakes. Mental mistakes and lack of effort on the other hand...
Wish we could get 30 Braxtons with that code.
Completely agree. It can be hard following a basketball game on the radio, but Keels paints a great picture of the action.
I liked the guy's reaction, he just laughed then hung his head. As if saying "holy shit that was incredible" then realizing how unfair it is.
This has been my thought all along. If the kid is that good they won't have him for 4 years anyway, let alone 5 with a redshirt. If he is even remotely close to Rudock, why not play him and let him develop. You know since Harbaugh is a QB whisperer.
I used to be one of the "we need *ichigan to be good" people. After last year, I hope they lose Every. Single. Game. I understand the sentiment of getting more pleasure out of beating a good *ichigan team, but I see it as spreading the pleasure throughout the entire season. If I win the lottery, I won't be taking the lump sum.
Not exactly exuding confidence.
I also immediately thought of Denard "Armpunt" Robinson. He could either take one to the house or throw a pick 6 on every single play. You literally never knew what would happen, which makes for exciting football.
That was a fourth down too. But if I'm not mistaken, all scoring plays were supposed to be reviewed automatically, I'm not sure Tressel could have challenged it.
Texas was pretty broken when he started. I blame Musschamp for leaving the cupboards bare.
Also you look nothing like Mitch Hedberg.
That's good because noboby will call you Matt.