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  • RedRaptor
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    Originally posted by InsaneBlaze23 View Post
    Actually I agree with you. Robinson is not the best QB on the team, just the best for Rod's offense. Hoke has made it clear that Robinson will be the starter, but he wants him to pass the ball more.

    I think Devin Gardner is better fit for Hoke's offense. Rich Rod really hurt Michigan in the QB and defense area, but you may think they can be a force this year, I still think Wisconsin and Nebraska are the top 2 and one of them will win the Big Ten.
    Don't count Iowa out. They seem to do their best when under the radar!

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  • Spice 1
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    Originally posted by InsaneBlaze23 View Post
    Actually I agree with you. Robinson is not the best QB on the team, just the best for Rod's offense. Hoke has made it clear that Robinson will be the starter, but he wants him to pass the ball more.

    I think Devin Gardner is better fit for Hoke's offense. Rich Rod really hurt Michigan in the QB and defense area, but you may think they can be a force this year, I still think Wisconsin and Nebraska are the top 2 and one of them will win the Big Ten.
    Yeah, they have to be the fav's at this point, but I wouldn't be too surprised if Michigan pulled an upset over Nebraska.

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  • InsaneBlaze23
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    Originally posted by Spice 1 View Post
    I don't think Robinson was the best quarterback on Michigan's roster last year. He just happened to be better suited for Rodriguez's Mickey Mouse offense. I knew that crap wouldn't work in the big ten. Carr (a$$hat or not) was a great coach. I knew once he left, it would lead to bad things for Michigan. I think they are much better off this year, and are well on their way to being a force in the Big 10 again.
    Actually I agree with you. Robinson is not the best QB on the team, just the best for Rod's offense. Hoke has made it clear that Robinson will be the starter, but he wants him to pass the ball more.

    I think Devin Gardner is better fit for Hoke's offense. Rich Rod really hurt Michigan in the QB and defense area, but you may think they can be a force this year, I still think Wisconsin and Nebraska are the top 2 and one of them will win the Big Ten.

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  • Spice 1
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    Originally posted by InsaneBlaze23 View Post

    Shoelace is faster, and a better QB. He could be a even better QB if he learns how to read defenses, and jump to running.
    I don't think Robinson was the best quarterback on Michigan's roster last year. He just happened to be better suited for Rodriguez's Mickey Mouse offense. I knew that crap wouldn't work in the big ten. Carr (a$$hat or not) was a great coach. I knew once he left, it would lead to bad things for Michigan. I think they are much better off this year, and are well on their way to being a force in the Big 10 again.

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by thatkidhunt View Post
    Agreed, all I am saying is that the story is bigger then it needs to be simply because its Ohio State, and that is fact.

    If you think that players aren't selling their stuff like this everywhere in order to make a profit, that Colleges don't pay players under the table and so on and so forth, look at North Carolina............NOBODY CARES.


    If some player from Clemson trades some memorabila for some tattoos, nobody gives a crap, period.


    People love to hate Ohio State, and schools that are among the elite like USC or Ohio State are under a much bigger microscope then other schools where this kind of stuff is just swept under the rug and isn't even a story......
    i agree with you too and there is a reason for it. who do you think blows these stories open? the media.

    the schools who are "under a bigger microscope" are the ones most likely to get caught doing things they are not supposed to be doing because people in general just don't care if you are a small school.

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by Amari24 View Post
    That doesn't justify what OSU did.

    Would it be OK for OSU to steal people's things since it happens everywhere?

    It doesn't matter if it happens everywhere, the point of the matter is, OSU did it, they got caught, and they have to pay the price.
    i agree with you, using steroid use is another good example.

    every team has players using steroids, doesn't mean its okay when someone gets caught.

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  • thatkidhunt
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    Originally posted by Amari24 View Post
    That doesn't justify what OSU did.

    Would it be OK for OSU to steal people's things since it happens everywhere?

    It doesn't matter if it happens everywhere, the point of the matter is, OSU did it, they got caught, and they have to pay the price.
    Agreed, all I am saying is that the story is bigger then it needs to be simply because its Ohio State, and that is fact.

    If you think that players aren't selling their stuff like this everywhere in order to make a profit, that Colleges don't pay players under the table and so on and so forth, look at North Carolina............NOBODY CARES.


    If some player from Clemson trades some memorabila for some tattoos, nobody gives a crap, period.


    People love to hate Ohio State, and schools that are among the elite like USC or Ohio State are under a much bigger microscope then other schools where this kind of stuff is just swept under the rug and isn't even a story......

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  • Amari24
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    Originally posted by thatkidhunt View Post
    This happens everywhere, guys, dont be so naive.......
    That doesn't justify what OSU did.

    Would it be OK for OSU to steal people's things since it happens everywhere?

    It doesn't matter if it happens everywhere, the point of the matter is, OSU did it, they got caught, and they have to pay the price.

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by Axemaster View Post
    You take what you said about Michigan and reverse it and you have Nebraska. The Defense will be one of the better in the Country, but will that Offense be the one frome the first 6 games of last season , or that one from the last 6!

    I know if Martinez has his speed like he did before his injury that will be a BIG threat!
    yeah, he definitely has potential to be great, but he also has his issues other than the injury as well.

    i sometimes doubt he has the heart and he looks like a deer in headlights when is under pressure and the hole he is supposed to run in gets clogged.

    its understandable since he was just a freshmen but i really do hope he improves dramatically in some of those areas along with getting healthier.

    because if he does he is going to be a huge threat to any defense i think.

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  • thatkidhunt
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    Originally posted by CoryWinget81 View Post
    No, it doesn't happen every where. It's funny how OSU fans were calling Auburn cheaters and this and that, but it happens to you guys and "ohh, it happens everywhere".

    They're getting punished because the coverup is worse than the crime. That and OSU and Tressel, along with Radar Pryor thought they were untouchable.

    They deserve everything they are getting.
    Originally posted by Amari24 View Post
    Very well said. I'll CP when I get the chance.

    The fact that OSU even thought that wiping last season's records would be a sufficient punishment, shows that they think they're better than everyone and are above everyone. Pryor avoiding his senior year at the last minute kind of proves that as well...
    This happens everywhere, guys, dont be so naive.......

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  • Amari24
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    Originally posted by CoryWinget81 View Post
    No, it doesn't happen every where. It's funny how OSU fans were calling Auburn cheaters and this and that, but it happens to you guys and "ohh, it happens everywhere".

    They're getting punished because the coverup is worse than the crime. That and OSU and Tressel, along with Radar Pryor thought they were untouchable.

    They deserve everything they are getting.
    Very well said. I'll CP when I get the chance.

    The fact that OSU even thought that wiping last season's records would be a sufficient punishment, shows that they think they're better than everyone and are above everyone. Pryor avoiding his senior year at the last minute kind of proves that as well...

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  • CoryWinget81
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    Originally posted by thatkidhunt View Post
    What happened at OSU happens everywhere but is simply overlooked.


    Ohio State got what they got because of what they ARE more then what they DID, because this kind of crap happens at nearly every University across America, period.
    No, it doesn't happen every where. It's funny how OSU fans were calling Auburn cheaters and this and that, but it happens to you guys and "ohh, it happens everywhere".

    They're getting punished because the coverup is worse than the crime. That and OSU and Tressel, along with Radar Pryor thought they were untouchable.

    They deserve everything they are getting.

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  • InsaneBlaze23
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    To add this, ESPN is filing a lawsuit against OSU.

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  • Axemaster
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    Originally posted by InsaneBlaze23 View Post
    Like I said with Amari, it's up in the sky on what Michigan can and will do. We already know there offense is gonna score, but the question mark is the defense, can the new scheme and new coaches help it out? Maybe, maybe not. The new D.Coord is the former Ravens D.Coord from last year, if he can do what he did with the Ravens for Michigan, then there will be a major improvement on defense, but still not enough to top Wisconsin this season.

    Shoelace is faster, and a better QB. He could be a even better QB if he learns how to read defenses, and jump to running.
    You take what you said about Michigan and reverse it and you have Nebraska. The Defense will be one of the better in the Country, but will that Offense be the one frome the first 6 games of last season , or that one from the last 6!

    I know if Martinez has his speed like he did before his injury that will be a BIG threat!

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  • the0rangecrush
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    Originally posted by Amari24 View Post
    What I want to know is why the NCAA even allows self-imposed disciplinary actions. That's like if I robbed someone and got to choose how long my sentence would be. Ridiculous, they should be ineligible for bowl games for at least two years, and some of their scholarships should be down the drain. I'll laugh if the NCAA grants them their imposed terms.
    What's going to happen to my understanding is that, the NCAA will compound their punishment onto the self-imposed sanctions. This isn't the end of this by a long shot

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