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You are so right.
Greg Jones (true freshman starter)
Darqueze Dennard (freshman starter)
Marcus Rush (Started as redshirt freshman)
Too many others to name.
You'll have to forgive UM fan. He's not acquainted with players coming in, being coached up and improving/contributing enough so that the next batch of recruits can progress steadily as well and be ready for PT when their #'s called. At UM its all about the *'s next to your name and whether you play or not as a true/rs frosh that determines your value. No better example than those mouth breathers trying to run Tom Brady out of town so Drew Henson could start because he had all those shiny *'s next to his name. Those fools passed over Kirk cousins for the Tate forciers and denard robinsons of the world. I mean hell, Shane Morris over Damion Terry?
This post was edited by OPSpartan4 11 months ago
FIRE NARDUZZI- tanfan
Is that how I make it sound?
Players play, tough players win.
I think it's more like "errr, well ah, ya know, (gasp), I, uhhhhhh (jiggle one of his ample titties), errrrr" and crossing off names.
So you guys have a new savior almost every two years? Forcier, Robinson, Gardner, Morris, now Peppers? Good to know.
This post was edited by keric9823 11 months ago
you missed the chance to comment about a pile of wings in front of him...
also Green from last year... with a lineup full of saviors we won't be stopped...
Ribs, it would be ribs. They still let you spill sauce on your shirt and desk, but without any of that healthy chicken. Wings are fine for a light morning snack, but you need a little more substance for a roster rebuild.
Lol now this guy is a probable first round pick next year if he decides to leave. Nice move, Hoke.
Fisher wanted to play in a zone blocking spread system... so Oregon was a better fit for him... just like Northwestern is a better fit for Doles.
Considering I went to the same high school he did, (graduated a while after me) I doubt that's why. Wooer runs a spread once in a while at TC West, but he's mainly a pro style/wing T offense. Fisher seemed fine, and had to learn a whole new concept at Oregon.
him wanting to play in a zone blocking spread system is what I remember about his recruiting... if you have insider information that's fine... he was one of many highly rated players that UM lost from that class when RR got fired... others include Dee Hart and a chance at Kris Frost.
From the ESPN article.. second paragraph really sums it up:
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Reserve safety Marvin Robinson has left the Michigan Wolverines, a team spokesman confirmed to WolverineNation on Monday morning.
Robinson's departure leaves just 10 players at Michigan from the 26-member recruiting class in 2010.
Not sure if serious... It's a new savior every single year in one form or another.
I was talking QB wise.
wow, that's incredible. Even our Rather classes didn't have that much attrition.
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Gotcha. Well someone has to win the September Heisman every year. Most often the QB. I am pretty surprised they are still not mostly pumped about Shane Morris and are thinking Transfer. I bet you it is directly related to his drops in the recruiting rankings. (At least I remember he dropped)
They weren't Michigan Man recruited by a Michigan Man
"Doesn't count, Rich Rod."
I edited the OP, let me know if I missed anyone.
Michigan State does not and will not run the 3-4 defense.
They lost Mike Vollmer, AD in charge of Football Ops., to Tennessee a few weeks ago.
How does that affect the APR? that's a lot of players not graduating.
12 dudes since the start of '12. Yikes.
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