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Nice play by Ross.
Nice tackle Ross
Great tackle Biggs Ross.
11 National Titles | 42 Conference Titles | 3 Heisman Winners | 78 All-Americans | 37 College Hall of Fame Members
Anyone else see shades of Pryor in watching Gardner? Tall, lanky and elusive but not necessarily a burner like Denard, Martinez or Miller.
"Isn't it amazing what somebody will do when he can't bunt." - Vin Scully
And that's why James Ross needs to be in for more of this game. We need that athletic OLB against the option.
I was thinking Vince Young, but you're right.. I see a lot more Pryor .. (with more zip on his throws tho) than Young.
Northwestern really can't pass.
It isn't impossible for Bellomy to develop into a good backup, you know.
This is Michigan, fergodsakes.
I think of Khiel Frazier, but Gardener can actually pass.
The BTN guys mentioned that last weekend so it's definitely not just you who sees the similarity. "One of those long stride guys" I believe is the official sports media terminology.
Devin loves to go on long drives so this should be easy
I love how other teams don't like to pass against our defense... no fly zone! Means our CBs are doing something right!
They haven't passed on 1st or 2nd down yet correct? Completely 1 dimensional.
Hawthorne nice tackle
Yeah, their balance is something like 22 runs to 4 passes. The only pass they completed was that ridiculous one-handed catch.
I understand a rollout left if the qb is a lefty but that is an awkward throw for righty qb like Gardner.
Lets go D.
Wide side of field probably
LOL they just brought in their Passing QB.
That's not a catch...
Don't think he caught it but no video
I think it's a catch but not enough evidence to overturn.
Yeah, not enough evidence. I thought it came out too though.
Nice job by Avery knowing the situation to keep him in bounds.
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