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I want us discuss all the non-Michigan games happening throughout the season on this board.
I don't want us going over to tBB which has becomes a cesspool.
Hopefully, a mod will pin this thread.
This post has been edited 8 times, most recently by Frank C 16 months ago
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The Big Ten had quite a rough day.. Looks like Illinois, Wisconsin, and Nebraska are all going down today.
The Big Ten has two wins against BCS-conference opponents. Northwestern has both.
The Big Ten will be 6-6 today. That is laughable.
So how far does Michigan move up? We have to jump Wisconsin, Nebraska and Arkansas right? Will some team/teams below us move ahead of us?
I could see anywhere from 15-20 IMO. Although I do not think we've played like a top 25 team yet.
Michael Eubanks of Arizona State University has impressed me.
I recall that Michigan recruited him under Rich Rod. His HS tape was impressive.
Speaking of Rich Rod, the Arizona Fighting Rich Rod's are up 30-14 in the 3rd over Okie State. Maybe he can indirectly help us w/ Treadwell by beating Okie State.
Tyler Russell (the QB for Mississippi State) impressed me vs Auburn today. He was spot on with his passes and he showed good mobility in the pocket. He was good rolling out of the pocket too.
I am surprised I didn't see DGB from Mizzou out there more even when they played 5 WR sets
We played like crap and BK's play calling was attrocious. MSU will have to throw on us our rush defense is stout....
Yeah, I want to see what bell can do with lineman in his backfield.
I just want to see Michigan play against a traditional offense, not the best offense in the nation one weak, then the triple option the next week. If the defense looks above average, then Michigan will be in the Rose Bowl.
How is RR having so much success already at Arizona? He would have been blown out by Okie State if they played them at Michigan. I hope RR has success, but it will make me a little angry why he couldn't get it done at Michigan.
If Bell gets shutdown, MSU has almost no offense.
Do you guys think Norfleet gets a try in the backfield this season?
Not with Vincent Smith healthy, maybe when Smith graduates.
Remember ... changing AZ into his offense will be much easier than changing Michigan. RR had an impressive win yesterday, which should move his recruiting up a couple of levels.
“Those who stay will be champions”
― Bo Schembechler
If FT does not 'step up', ... yes. Although, I expect T. Rawls to take the spot first.
Michigan's talent >>>>>> Arizona's talent
... which is why I have said Michigan must figure out how to stop the run by the ND game. With our defenisve play this far, Michigan is not stopping Bell.
I think the ground game and line will improve. However, if it doesn't , they won't sit pat and stay stagnant. They will look for options.
AZ record >> UM record ....
Look ... I agree with you ... but RR did have a nice win yesterday. If RR strings some wins together here, he will get looks from recruits.
After two games we have very little production out of the rb position. Growing up under Bo, if he had this little production out of that position after two games somebody new would get the ball until we got some production.
Hoke came in saying the best players play, I hope this isn't the best he thinks our backfield can play.
Why does it make you angry? Weird way to look at things in my book.
I hope he succeeds, makes it to a Rose Bowl, and loses to Michigan in that game.
I hope they try and find a way to get the ball in his hands on offense. RB or WR, I don't care which one.
What did you see specifically that makes you state that Fitz didn't "step up"?
It makes me angry because he sucked at Michigan and set Michigan back, but then he goes to Arizona and instantly starts winning.
I guess. Water under the bridge for me.
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