Very true. I was surprised that Samuel was moved to RB, I thought he was going to be an edge player. I wonder if Meyer thought Dixon, Samuel, and Wilson were all similar types of players and since Wilson and Dixon are more polished at WR and Samuel was a hybrid type player, he put Samuel in the backfield.
I'm pretty sure that was just Smith. He played safety in high school. I remember watching him play my high school his senior year and his best plays that night were at safety.
While everyone wants to compare Wilson and Samuel and how most had too high of expectations for Wilson coming in, the one glaring difference is that Samuel came in for spring ball. Wilson didn't come in until the summer. In theory, Samuel should be much further along than Wilson was by the time the season starts. Also if Samuel is half way decent at fielding punts, that is a way for him to get some touches without having him take the ball out of another backs hands.
Great write up Kyle!
The one coach I was the most fearful of leaving and having the biggest impact on the 2014 team was Ed Warinner. He has been fantastic and I hope we are able to keep him on staff for a very long time.
That's a really big "If." I don't see the Niners getting rid of Harbaugh anytime soon and if they did, there are plenty of teams in the NFL that would hire him in a heartbeat. I think there is 0% chance that Harbaugh is hired at TTUN for the 2015 season.
I guess I was a little underwhelmed by our receivers in the spring game. After hearing all this hype about the receivers going up and making plays, I wanted to see it and I didn't. It seemed like there weren't any contested catches. The secondary recorded 10 PBUs. Is my concern warranted or am I putting too much stock into what I saw during the spring game? (I admit I only was able to watch the first half, so if it happened in the second half, my apologies)
Honestly I think it's too hard to tell right now. Just because this was a very poor representation of who they will be working with in terms of line and receivers. JT had a slight advantage in that he was only facing 1 corner competing for a starting job and seemed to go to whoever Sarac? (#33) was covering. Whereas CJ was going against two.
Luckily I found someone to record it for me, but I'm still punishing my ears with this awful broadcast because I want to know what's going on, hahaha. This guy literally knows nothing about this team. He makes Beth Mowins sound like a hall-a-fame announcer
I found a radio stream.... and this guy is an idiot. Doesn't know who anyone is.
Well this is going to suck if i'm not able to stream it...
found this on reddit
There are some answers in the comment section here
That's a fair assessment, I guess that's why they play the game. hahaha
all I can say is WOW
Wow, this is awesome! Well done DerryKing.
I dunno, I guess when I first saw the teams that one seemed to have more playmakers and seemed to be stacked. That said, I could be very wrong.
Just imagine running to side of the field that had Heuerman at TE, Vannett in the slot, and Spencer out wide. That would be fantastic.
I hope that he gets things figured out. It would be disappointing to see a player not utilize the talents that have been given to him.
Headline: Michigan's Butt Hurt
Did you do this in order in which you think each team will finish in the division? If so, I don't hate it.
while it might be a good idea, my hope is that we are never in a position where we would need to run it.
When I first read "I put the blame on UM" I thought that's a stretch to blame M*chigan for our secondary problems, then I realized you were talking about Urban...
I'm going to guess that someone from the defense is the mvp since the offenses will be run by back up quarterbacks