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He truly does. It was amazing to see the similarities watching his highlight video.
2003 was a good team and Navarre was a good (not great) QB, but the 1999-2000 team was more talented at WR. David Terrell, Marquise Walker, Ronald Bellamy and Bennie Joppru (at tight end). There was also Diallo Johnson who was a pretty good athlete. At RB, you had Anthony Thomas and BJ Askew.
Joppru was my favorite tight end at michigan...ever.
Yeah, he was very reliable. In terms of the pro-success, the 2003 team had better WRs. But with respect to the college game, I would take Terrell, Marcus Knight and Walker over Edwards (in 03' not his ridiculous 04' year), Avant and Breaston most days. The real difference between the 99' and 03' teams was the QB though. I would take Brady over Navarre pretty easily. Again, Navarre was a good QB, but he was also a statue waiting to be sacked. The Rose Bowl against USC was gruesome. Thankfully, I had a massive hangover that day that made the eight or nine sacks less painful to watch. However, the 1999-2000 team really should of went undefeated. If Brady had started every game instead of splitting time with Henson, and Coach Carr was a bit more aggressive in throwing the ball, the team would not have lost. It beat a VERY good Alabama team in the Orange Bowl.
I don't think that is possible. Don't EE join the team in January?
Not sure if I can include this link, but maybe since it's from 2004 and 24/7 wasn't around it'll be ok. It's an interview with OC Terry Malone before the Rose Bowl. About half way down he talks about the team taking Grady out to LA for the Rose Bowl practices.
Coach Malone actually said Grady could have played in the game but he'd lose a year of eligibility.
At today's (Tuesday's) Rose Bowl press conferences, it was the Michigan offense's turn.
Offensive Coordinator Terry Malone was there with several players: Steve Breaston, Kevin Dudley, Matt Lentz, Jermaine Gonzalez and Jake Long.
Malone had a lot to say about the success of the Michigan program over the years, about Braylon Edwards, Chad Henne, Mike Hart and incoming frosh Kevin Grady, Jake Long, Kevin Dudley.
How about that. Well, get those EE in to practice then.
None of them are in town yet. Now with the increased AA games and high school finals are later, it's really tough for them to do.
Interestingly enough, kyle meinke wrote an article today about darboh and chesson impressing in practices.
that's great news. we need them to step up next year. I'm about to go read it, thanks
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