If you’re looking at this from a purely ideological standpoint, this is more of a conservative statement than anything. But this is a sports site, not a politics one.
This was posted in the middle of July. So, this is what the numbers spit out in the preseason.
Yeah, they definitely looked gassed.
I don't know if they need a different game plan for Bridgewater or he's just rusty, but he's going to need to get the ball out more quickly for them to have a chance over the next couple months.
Lattimore struggled a bit yesterday, but Apple looks like a flat out liability.
Don't really get the DVs.
I'd hate to see it, but I could absolutely see this team sleepwalking through a nooner against a team that views this as the biggest game of the year. There's a good chance every team feels that way though.
Here's to hoping this doesn't happen.
This seems like it could’ve just been a comment in one of the thousand other Michigan forums posted here every week.
Dunbar is at #92
looking for winners
You and everyone else.
Here's every snap -- just over 3 minutes if you've got the time. He doesn't look great on the five-step drops, which probably has something to do with not having enough time to throw the ball every time he's got that long progression. The INT to Greedy was really, really bad. Overall though, I thought he looked decent. He forced the ball a lot, but it's the preseason, so what better time to see what you can get away with at this level?
The 'Skins play at FedEx this Thursday against the Bengals. I got some pretty nice seats for less than $10 a piece. If you've got the time, I recommend heading over there!
Yes, I need TM on that field this year.
I don’t think it’s going to happen, but there’s some really good value on every B10 West team outside of Nebraska to win the whole B10.
I have no idea what he’s doing these days, but I’ve got some memories of playing against Malik Zaire from Alter. Unfortunately, he never really panned out at Florida or Notre Dame.
I came up with seven Heisman finalists over that 12 year span. Could be eight if they’re including Cam who was the composite #2 dual threat, but could’ve been #1 elsewhere.
Tebow and Watson were both 2x finalists. Still a pretty crazy statistic.
Same. But it’s hard to fault a guy that found a place and culture that he obviously loved.
Probably my favorite defensive coordinator in the game. I always enjoy a defense that is unique in some way or another. Same can be said for Dick LeBeau.
This might as well be a monthly press conference.
Okay. That took me a little while to absorb that information. Basically, with a top-tier line, a 5 star back has a better chance of outperforming the average 4 star back over the span of their career. Then, obviously, as the quality of line deteriorates, the success of the 5 star back falls closer to the average 4 star back. The conclusion I’m gathering is that we would definitely want a 5 star back as a school with a top tier line.
However, we want Bijan. We don’t really need him.
Dang, you beat me to Bell by 30 seconds
Off the top of my head, I can think of Le’veon bell and Benny Snell. There’s always going to be guys that aren’t considered to be Ohio State caliber that end up having great careers elsewhere. Recruiting is a fickle beast.
They’re not personally updating the rosters. EA just allows you to download custom rosters that others have taken the time to create or update. Not perfect by any means, but I remember it being pretty serviceable.
I hate the guy. I had to turn the show off midway through season 3. I flat out couldn’t stand him. Enjoyed seasons 1 and 2 though.
Don’t know how notable he is, but Marquise Blair (Seahawks) went to school at Wooster.
I’ve been there before Beast. I know all this advice seems like common sense, but it really works. Keep working on yourself. Make you the best you can be. Every day might seem like a battle, but just try to wake up with that warrior’s mentality.
1) Whistle Stop - Ansonia, OH. I’ve got so many memories from my childhood in this tiny old place right off the tracks in Western Ohio. Silky-smooth crust that I can’t seem to replicate.
2) Casano’s/Pizza King. Always heard mixed opinions about it, but I love it. My mom used to bring it home on her way back from school and it always made my day. Super thin crust. Similar to Marion’s or donato’s.
3) Pequod’s in Chicago. Deep-dish. My goodness.