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Norman seems like he is just a matter of time, is he visiting this weekend?
Dillard surprises me, why hasn't MSU offered, he has been on campus enough. They wait to long and one of the schools will get in his ear enough to sway him.
Michigan took 4 LBers last year some are saying we will take 3 this year, if it is the right kids. They are saying,
Levenberry, 4*, #22 overall, top 3 of FSU, UF, and Michigan. FSU guys are confident.
O'Daniel, 4*, #116 overall, from Good Counsel, Blake Countess's High School, they say Michigan is in good position with him.
Gedeon, 4*, #253 overall, I have no idea where he goes, but this a head to head battle with Michigan, MSU, and tOSU?
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He's my number one. I wish he had a couple years left.
YOUR have been banned from reading and posting on the Michigan Wolverine board.
Tim Doyle GUARANTEED a NW victory last night. But earlier in the show he said Michigan will have virtually the same team returning next year and would compete for a Final 4.
This is as close to a playoff game as NW is gonna get. Michigan still thinks they have a shot at the B1G title. Uncharacteristically, I'm taking the Wolverines.
Figure KC, Worthy and Cunningham will make it.
Red Cedar Rumblings today had the scholarships at 12-14 this season.
Michigan State does not and will not run the 3-4 defense.
I think MSU had barely an attrition the past few years and have RSed alot of their players. A combination of those things equate to low class numbers.
This, I have no complaints though, the kid helped win 11 games.
Edit: I like the #16 at #16.
This. I can see why UM fans like him so much. He's an exciting player and a household name. But he has very obvious limitations when it comes to passing. I'm sure a lot of their fans must we eagerly awaiting the return of a pro-style offense. Quite frankly, I'd prefer they keep the spread zone read system forever.
Dropped from #2 to #16.
Not a White Chocolate Thunder type drop, but a drop nonetheless.
This is a clear indication that he regressed, and would have been better off with RichRod.
I'd assume they'll put Ball, Wilson, McNutt, Cousins, Worthy, Cunningham, Reiff, Mercilus and Lavonte David ahead of him. Not sure who else. Maybe Molk/Mike Martin/Mike Brewster . . . the LB from IL (Brown?), maybe Denicos Allen (at this point I'm admittedly just throwing out names)?
Especially with a qb who can't read so well ( defenses not books)
Denard's #'s may have been better, the teams wins, not so much.
I heard he might play basketball next year. He shoots better than Hardaway.
I'll miss him he represents the university in a great way and always has a smile on his face.
I predicted earlier that UM wins out in hoops, I think we have to as well to win the title outright.
Without Denard we don't win the ND or Osu games (or the previous Nd games). I enjoy watching him. He a hell of an athlete and even better person. He'll go down as one of the all-time fan favorites, despite his passing limitations. He may not get us to the Rose Bowl, but he QBd through the most turbulent era of Michigan football. And he did it with class.
Do you ever stop and trolling? I have yet to see you have an honestly civil conversation here.
Ya know, I agree with you on this. I've got a lot of respect for Shoelaces as a person; made ZERO fuss about the coaching change, never talks smack and the guy is always smiling. I like that he's @ Bball games too.
Is he the best throwing QB ever? Of course not, but he is unique and a pretty darn dangerous weapon. Just because MSU has had great success against him doesn't mean that he's over-rated or anything. He's torn up some very talented defenses over the years.
Who is #1? I would say Ball or Wilson.
You don't think he shoots better than Hardaway?
Have a good one Nigel.
I also like how even if he gets hit late or anything like that he never goes after the guy who hit him and just gets up like nothing happened.
I agree. I think, with UM and OSU getting better, he will still win some against those teams. I could see a baseline of 8 wins on average each year for him. That is good coaching.
You're right. Probably more of a pure point guard.
Or he could just be a ref.
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