Ask him how he explains saban's pedestrian coaching record at Michigan state
How long till there are T shirts ready?
I think Jabrill was just demonstrating Michigan's version of the "jump man"
An extremely underrated part of Pace's game was his athleticism at his size. I can remember watching in awe when Eddie George would break for long runs and out of nowhere big number 75 would be rumbling down the field still picking up blocks in front of him down field. Pace was absolutely incredible, the only offensive lineman that has ever consistently drawn my eye while watching a football game, it was impossible not to notice what he was doing
Zeke's blocking on this play is so undervalued
Can't help but wonder if it is a recruiting ploy somehow
I think Thad would be hard pressed to bring Tate off the bench. If the matchups with our opponent work in such a way that Loving/KBD could adequartely defend the opponent's 2 then I could see Thad starting with Lyle, Loving, KBD, Tate, Thompson. That'd be a long, athletic lineup. He could then bring in Kam, CJ, and whichever of the freshman are ready.
I do think we are going to need all the big guys because Thompson and Bell are both foul proned
That was the most interesting quote to me as well
Upon further review and research I think it was (former friend of the program) Dylan Thompson. Starts around the 1:30 mark
The picture is slightly misleading for how this one went but Jordan still certainly won
Who is he crushing in the circle drill in the header picture?
My favorite thing about this is that when Birm left everyone complained that he was gone and the Hurry Up was gone. Now he has been replaced, the Hurry Up is back, and we have someone complaining that it is too similar to Birm's work. You guys have a tough job, Jason. Thanks for what you do
And yet Paul Finebaum wrote this of Nick Saban:
He could coach a lingerie football team to the Big Ten championship game.
Guess he forgot that Saban actually did coach in the Big Ten
I think both teams should wear their road uniforms when they play
Curtis Grant's "celebration" (or lack thereof) always make me chuckle when I see this play
That Shazier play was made all the better by the circumstance: Wisconsin was coming back, Montee Ball was about to tie the touchdown record, it was fourth down late in the fourth quarter and it just seemed preordained that he was about to score and then BAM, Shazier says no sir.
It was slightly unfortunate that Wisconsin still ended up forcing overtime but that moment was incredible for sure
Very bitter sweet but Beanie Wells breaking free on our first drive against LSU for the 65 yard touchdown sent shivers down my spine. Honorable mention to the stiff arm he put on their DB later in the game. Both runs happened when the game was close so it felt like we were exorcising our demons.
It was Evan Spencer to Michael Thomas but certainly an excellent choice
From's Birm article this evening regarding this situation:
The odds are better, at least in my opinion, that the Buckeyes end up with neither of the running backs rather than both of them
I've said it on other threads but I'll say it again. It begs the question, if we had signed Green and not Zeke, would Green have just been picked number 4 by the Cowboys while Zeke had a good but not remarkable career at Missouri? #developedhere
Math would suggest that if Dontre has an 8% chance of taking an individual kickoff to the house, then he would return 8 out of 100 kickoffs for touchdowns, therefore he would return 8% of all of his returns for touchdowns. I stand by what I said.
I get embarrassed by the lack of energy from the crowd at home basketball games. I sometimes find myself wondering why elite high school players would want to play in that environment
The basketball team's loss in the NCAA tournament to Brandon Knight and Kentucky haunts me, that team should've won a national championship...if only Buford could make a shot that day
After we beat Miami for the national championship in 2003 I bought a green Miami hat because I felt like we owned them and I should therefore own their hat
I enjoy Indiana football. It is entertaining and frequently they play in close games. I would find it very difficult to be a true fan of theirs and deal with the heartbreak frequency (see: their loss to Michigan last year)
The only time I have ever cheered for Michigan football is when they played against Urban's Florida team in the citrus bowl. I would have no problem with Michigan losing every football game they ever play from now until eternity and I would still not get sick of beating them at the end of every year
It irks me when people suggest I can't be a fan of Ohio State due to not attending the university
As far as the SEC goes, I actually enjoy Georgia
I listen to the Finebaum show if I happen to be driving when it is on
I originally created an elevenwarriors account just to reply to a user who had made made me so mad with an antisemitic comment, little did I know it would take several days to get my account verified and I never made my reply. Prior to that I had been a lurker for several months with no intention of joining
Glad I got that off my chest
Dontre Wilson has about an 8% chance to take a KR to the house
If Dontre took 8% of kickoffs to the house I would be ecstatic, haven't looked into this but I'm pretty sure that'd be an outstanding rate for a kick returner