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Pole time. So who is Northwestern more likely to upset at home? Michigan or Ohio State?
4-15 in a high school playoff game against Cass Tech (not exactly a division 1 college football defense) and this guy below are the best QB situation in the nation?
You think that is hyperbole? Which team is better situated?
You mean on top of Attempt Of Murder?!?!
Your a retard.
Are you really going to use stats from 1 game? Lets see I have seen Joe Montana, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Drew Brees, John Elway all have bad games.
I hear he also downloads movies... ILLEGALLY.
Terrorist in the making.
Pesky little thing, logic that is.
This is Michigan, fergodsakes.
I know it's hyperbole.
Well...it could be delusion, I guess.
You are judging UM's depth chart at QB based on Shane Morris' stats in one HS football game?
Which team is situated better?
Horrible decision-making by Gardner, but he evaded a bunch of MSU players and escaped tackles. Not too bad for a guy who is ranked as having a better arm than Robinson and who stands 3 inches taller.
If he gets more comfortbable with the offense (and first team players) it looks like Shane may have to ride the pine a couple years.
EDIT: Also, did Cass Tech have a bunch of D-1 caliber players in its defensive backfield this year?
This post was edited by Peterklima 2 years ago
Not to mention that his receivers weren't exactly Jerry Rice.
I think we'll be OK with Maxwell/Cook/O'Conner.
Edit: Didn't mean to reply to Mr. Taco.
This post was edited by Watch Out Pylon 2 years ago
Sometimes, that is all they have to hang their hat on.
Both equally situated?
Junior in HS has a bad game.
Montana, Brady, Manning, Manning, Brees, and Elway have had bad games.
So basically if Gardner gets good, he'll be . . . . good.
Michigan State does not and will not run the 3-4 defense.
Actually, yeah it is. It shows that even the best have bad games. So not sure what you're saying. Basically I'll take the word of all 4 major sites saying he is a top notch QB over some MSU fans.
As you should. With 4* O'Connor at MSU and 5* Morris at Michigan, the future State of Michigan QBs are going to be a battle for Michigan and MSU. Chance Stewart (i believe) is being pegged as the top signal caller for the 2014 class, and the Cass Tech QB is being touted as the best for 2015, at this point.
This is obviously something you have given a lot of thought to.
You have DRob (who is a great athlete, but NOT a great QB).
You have Gardner.
You have a HS Junior.
Which team came in 2nd place using your objective analysis?
This post was edited by NigelUno 2 years ago
Yep, and so is judging a HS player future career on one game during his Junior year. Both are equally bad.
I would think they're more likely to beat UM. UM plays a similar game to Northwestern and won't really be able to exploit size advantages like OSU can. But then again, OSU is looking rattled and tired while UM seems to be playing with determination. Either way, Go 'Cats!
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