Under-appreciated D-Linemen = Zone (pick) 6
Funny how Harbaugh put a 6th lineman on the field for that play and they still couldn't block Bosa.
Cameron Heyward's 80-yard INT vs. Miami in 2010.
Assuming this post stays up, I agree, but that's a big if.
I think Solich was more akin to Earle Bruce than Pelini. Solich got fired for going 9-3, which was what Earle was infamous for.
You could go back further than '06. What if OSU hires Glenn Mason instead of Tressel?
It's hard to call Helton overrated because I think a vast majority of people believe he should've been fired two or three years ago. I know I'm personally shocked that he's still at USC. Chip Kelly is a good one, though.
It's not even the fact Harbaugh hasn't won the B1G or a natty, it's the fact that he's been blown out in 3 of the 5 games he's coached in against OSU that is what really stands out. Brady Hoke gets mocked a lot by us and isn't liked by UM fans, but there's no denying he had Michigan better prepared for the Bucks than Harbaugh has.
Butch Jones has been an analyst at Bama since Tennessee fired him. And now he appears to be Saban's Dwight Schrute, as he's listed as being "Special Assistant to the Head Coach".
I'll try to name some guys I haven't seen mentioned yet:
Kevin Sumlin - Did great at Houston and his first season at A&M, but his teams always collapse toward the back half of a season
Justin Fuente - Another guy who did great at a smaller school (Memphis) and had a great first season at V-Tech, but has slowly declined the past three years.
I was going to say Riley too. It's easy to be an "offensive genius" when you're playing crappy Big 12 defenses every week.
Pat Fitzgerald coaches at Northwestern and he's pretty well known. Just because you don't know him doesn't mean he's not well known.
I'm sorry, but Shaw is not overrated. Last year was his ninth season at Stanford and the first time they didn't make a bowl game. He's taken Stanford to three Rose Bowls (won two) and a Fiesta Bowl.
Are we judging solely from the players' collegiate careers, or is there influence from their NFL production also? Because if it's the latter, then George Kittle deserves to be the other tight end instead of Jake Butt.
They need to do something about their D
Didn't you see the miracle worker Alex Grinch allow 400 yards and 7 touchdowns to Burrow in the first half? OU usually allows that per quarter. Things are a-changin'.
Legend has it there was a proposal to add "Michigan can no longer play high school teams in football" as the eleventh amendment to the Bill of Rights. But James Madison was concerned that the Wolverines wouldn't have any other teams to play, so he renounced it.
Fitting this came on July 4th. I believe our forefathers got to see the last Michigan football dynasty with their own eyes.
Honest question, has anyone bothered to ask Native Americans if they find these team names offensive?
You know there's some shill that didn't vote for him, saying, "If Harbaugh didn't abide by the rules like the good-hearted samaritan that he is, then Meyer wouldn't have stood a chance."
Honestly a brilliant move by Dickerson. What's A&M going to do, pout to the NCAA that he accepted a car from them and didn't commit?
Honestly, even if Michigan does get great QB play next season, is it going to be enough? The Bucks have put 118 combined points on them in the past two games. Maybe they should try and focus more on tackling and covering.
He said the same thing about FSU in 2014 and OSU in 2015, so at least he's consistent. His motto is the defending champ should remain #1 until someone beats them. I get his way of thinking, but what a team did the year before shouldn't matter if they're not playing like the best team in the current year.
I wish they did this with last year's rosters. It's too tough to determine who'd win since none of these teams have played a single game yet.
Bonilla and his agent really Madoff with a lot of money.