100% correct. Michigan never loses. There will always be an excuse outside of poor play, bad coaching or lack of talent of their team. Self awareness does not exist in their fan base or program.
^ this is the correct answer.
Any actual evidence...voicemails, emails, etc?
There will be always be an excuse for every loss. Michigan never really loses.
I agree it’s better. I’m just the greedy type!
The transfer portal owes us a couple of players to even things out.
Actually Spielman and Smith work for Fox Sports. Herbstreit goes over the top on being objective...Howard couldn’t be more biased if he tried. I could list more examples, but why bother.
No kidding...we need to find a backup yesterday!
If he does leave, best of luck to him. In my opinion he should have bolted with Martell because it’ll be hard to win a starting job at a major school at this point with his lack of experience combined with no Spring practices to learn the system. Because of the timing, I’m a bit surprised for sure.
I actually felt like 2018 was more Ryan Day’s team than Urban Meyer. It felt uncomfortable and uncertain all year and Day lead us through it.
I take it you didn’t watch college game day
Yep. They were licking their chops with delight when they thought Michigan was coming in to Columbus to beat us last season. They looked like fools in the process. They want Harbaugh to be great so bad it hurts. Let them keep building him up, it only makes the inevitable fall even sweeter. At least they’ll always have Saban!
With Fields likely starting, the reality of that play call is higher than what many may think at this time.
Does anyone see the resemblance of Hafley and Jeremy Jamm?
I’m not rooting against him or anything but it’s a situation he put himself in. He tried to make a big twitter war with Fields, talked a big game and then bolted when it became real. There is the right way to handle things and then there’s the way he handled it. It’s not surprising he’s getting crap from both fan bases.
Yeah...he has to play quite a bit. This kid is way too good to stay on the bench.
He’s staying there as long as he wants. How much worse could it get? Constantly losing to rivals and losing bowl games and he’s still under no pressure. He’ll be there for 10-15 years.
This seems extremely rare. How often does a recruit decommit and then commit back to the same school? I’m glad he is back in the fold.
I can understand the lack of tackling and the reasoning behind it. That said, it really minimizes the game down to WR’s vs DB’s, some individual o-line vs d-line battles and QB accuracy.
I didn’t think so at first but those highlights look insane, the coaches are raving, and he’s only going to get better over the fall.
Wilson might just be too good to not be a starter as a freshman.
I’m not a big NFL fan (so I’m slightly unbiased here) but our guys could have prevented him from doing that by beating OU. I have a bigger issue that we couldn’t throw the ball or do much on offense that game, than I do with his antics.
I meant to say start “at Ohio State.”
Nick Bosa didn’t start as a freshman...you won’t either