Discussion in 'Football, Baseball, and Hockey' started by Nemo, Feb 17, 2013.
TheWolverine.com - Weekly Recruiting Wrap: #Project135 A unique idea to get top recruits.
Wrines handle Penn St. But must go to Happy V. where Penn is 15-0 Whiskey crushes O.S. they should move up another 5 notches t0 #15
Incorrect info and wrong thread, with that last post.
That's how we like it at PF.com.
It made more sense than most of your posts.
New alignment for 2014 makes for the East - West divisions in the Big Ten. The east will include Ohio State, Penn State, Michigan State, Rutgers, Maryland, Indiana, and Michigan Looks like a feast or famine kinda schedule. New schedule will include 9 Big ten games for each conference member.
NFL draft results 2013: Jaguars to make Denard Robinson a running back - SBNation.com
Injury waiting to happen unfortunately. Will be fun to watch until then.
6'4" and 340 pounds..........GO BLUE !!!!!!!!!!
Football Class Rankings - ESPN
They must like our recruits
they like this guy......... Multitalented Peppers picks Michigan - Yahoo! Sports
Denard Robinson gets unique roster designation - Yahoo! Sports I really hope this guy does well.........
Jags just became my second fav team. What else will that system come up with ?
2 months til the season starts. let's look at the band...including the fabled cake formation. Past heroes on the big screen. crowd ready for the OSU game.
Meyer, Ohio St Talk of the Big Ten on Season's Eve - ABC News
TheWolverine.com - Big Ten Media Day video: Taylor Lewan
With the combining of forum categories, it probably makes sense for someone powerful to add "Football" to this thread title.
I found a lever big enough.
The mighty Wolverines disposed of Central Michigan by the score of 59-9... The powerful running attack gained 241 yards on 47 carries* for a 5.1 average. 3rd down efficiency..10-14 4th down efficiency..2-2 221 yards passing with 67% completion rate......... Defense gave up 2.2 yards per carry...on 29 carries......... *Denotes...Meechigan Football...
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