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pretty sure Maxwell would have been able to throw the ball to Keyshawn into the flat just as well as Cousins did
Do you have the Keyshawn Martins on your roster now to take a horizontal pass and make it a TD based on athletic ability?
Replacing 3 star Martin with some 4 stars. No problem.
you mean freshman who the great Dantonio has not coached up for 4-5 years....good luck on that one. Oh wait, you finally recruited a 4 star, so does that mean they require less coaching up then those 3 stars?
“Those who stay will be champions”
― Bo Schembechler
Arnett's not a freshman.
Stealing Sparty's recruits and owning them on the field since 1898
WOW, your going to be better then last year with NO drop off in production after loosing your all time leading receiver and QB, along with multiple senior WR's......Michigan is going to f'd when they face that coached up chemistry your offense will have in the Big House
I don't think that MSU is set at WR, but to laugh at the fact that the WR core is talented is just plain foolish. The talent is 100% there. The only thing this group is lacking in is experience.
So Michigan has Mario Manningham's on roster? That's nice to know.
This is Michigan, fergodsakes.
You know you've lost an argument when you're saying things like this.
Not sure it was an argument.
It was a list of players who would/could have ended up at MSU if RichRod was still coaching.
Feel free to jump in that discussion.
Apparently I have too much time on my hands. You have 12181 posts.
Do you ever wonder if you have too much time on your hands if you're counting my posts?
The OP asked if MSU has a Keyshawn type WR that has the ability to catch a ball thrown horizontally and turn it a TD. The answer is yes.
With the WR group as a whole be better than 2011? Of course not. However, I think MSU is going to have some success throwing the ball - as good as last year? Again, of course not- but they aren't going to turn into what OSU's passing attack was LY either
do you ever wonder if you have too much time on your hands if you spend all day trolling other peoples boards
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