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  • Originally posted by ryno626 View Post
    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=4938956


    Is there a chance Rich Rod gets the boot depending on the punishment that gets handed down by the NCAA?
    It depends on how hard the NCAA comes down on them. Basically, this is what the NCAA found:

    Quality Control assistants supervised voluntary player workouts, advised players on plays/technique, and watched film with the players, which is not allowed.

    It's basically very little compared to what the Detroit Free Press accused them. All of the activities in question were voluntary, but according to the NCAA those activities cannot be supervised. Michigan also admitted to going over Sunday practice limits by 20 minutes because of confusion over pre-practice stretching.

    It sounds minor (because it is), but apparently the NCAA takes these issues very seriously. Chances are this will end up being a slap on the wrist, but if the NCAA decides to be total dicks and count our basketball probation towards this punishment than it could be much worse.

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    • I think they are probably going to punish Michigan slightly more because of the public's perception of practice related injuries/deaths recently, namely the Ole Miss incident.

      The NCAA may want to come out and over react to show that they are serious about the issue.

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      • http://www.press-citizen.com/article...0104/100304004

        Adrian Clayborn pleads guilty to disorderly conduct.

        Wouldn't be surprised if he has to sit for the season opener vs. Eastern Illinois.

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        • Nothing huge, but apparently Martavious Odoms beat everybody on the team in the 40 at Michigan's Night of Champions. Yes, everyone, including Denard Robinson. A little surprising.

          Also, DE/DT Adam Patterson ran a 4.69. Too bad it doesn't translate to the field.

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          • Some interesting stuff from Michigan's spring roster and first Rodriguez presser:

            -RB Vincent Smith and C David Molk are out for spring practice recovering from knee injuries. DT Mike Martin is limited to non contact with a shoulder injury. WR Junior Hemingway had recent knee surgery, but will hopefully be back for the end of spring practice.

            -Denard Robinson is too valuable to not have on the field. When he's not playing QB, he'll get some reps at WR (which he did at the end of last year as well)

            -Cam Gordon has been moved to safety.

            -Ryan Van Bergen is listed at DE, and is up to (listed) 6'6" 280. He should be playing Brandon Graham's spot this year. With DT Mike Martin at 6'2" 294, and NT Will Campbell up to 324 at 6'5", the Dline should be about 20 pounds heavier on average this year.

            -OT Taylor Lewan is up to 283 from 268 last year. He probably needs another year (sorry Sniper).

            -Craig Roh is up to 6'5" 249 from 238 last year. Still listed at LB, but he'll be playing with his hand in the dirt quite a bit apparently as well.

            -Michigan has a couple of pretty big RB's. Sophmore Michael Cox is 6'0" 210, and freshman Stephen Hopkins is 6'0" 236. Hopkins is huge. Cox reminds me of Brandon Minor (hopefully without the injuries).

            Some other interesting notes:

            QB Tate Forcier-Up to 194 from 188
            QB Devin Gardner-6'4" 203. I still hope he redshirts.

            WR Junior Hemingway-6'1" 227. That's a huge WR.

            WR Ricardo Miller-Listed at 6'4" 212. As a recruit he was listed at 6'2"
            Last edited by ironman4579; 03-16-2010, 07:27 PM.



            Originally posted by Jakey
            WWWWWWWWWTTTTTTTTTTTTFFFFFFFFFFF!!!

            i am literally gonna kick a baby to death!

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            • I also noticed that Isaiah Bell is almost 240. Holy crap!

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              • Originally posted by ironman4579 View Post
                Some interesting stuff from Michigan's spring roster and first Rodriguez presser:

                -RB Vincent Smith and C David Molk are out for spring practice recovering from knee injuries. DT Mike Martin is limited to non contact with a shoulder injury. WR Junior Hemingway had recent knee surgery, but will hopefully be back for the end of spring practice.

                -Denard Robinson is too valuable to not have on the field. When he's not playing QB, he'll get some reps at WR (which he did at the end of last year as well)

                -Cam Gordon has been moved to safety.

                -Ryan Van Bergen is listed at DE, and is up to (listed) 6'6" 280. He should be playing Brandon Graham's spot this year. With DT Mike Martin at 6'2" 294, and NT Will Campbell up to 324 at 6'5", the Dline should be about 20 pounds heavier on average this year.

                -OT Taylor Lewan is up to 283 from 268 last year. He probably needs another year (sorry Sniper).

                -Craig Roh is up to 6'5" 249 from 238 last year. Still listed at LB, but he'll be playing with his hand in the dirt quite a bit apparently as well.

                -Michigan has a couple of pretty big RB's. Sophmore Michael Cox is 6'0" 210, and freshman Stephen Hopkins is 6'0" 236. Hopkins is huge. Cox reminds me of Brandon Minor (hopefully without the injuries).

                Some other interesting notes:

                QB Tate Forcier-Up to 194 from 188
                QB Devin Gardner-6'4" 203. Is still hope he redshirts.

                WR Junior Hemingway-6'1" 227. That's a huge WR.

                WR Ricardo Miller-Listed at 6'4" 212. As a recruit he was listed at 6'2"
                That's what she said. :D

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                • Denard needs to be on the field as much as possible! Get the ball in his hands please

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                  • Michigan/ND in a night game in 2011! Woo!

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                    • Originally posted by Sniper View Post
                      Michigan/ND in a night game in 2011! Woo!
                      Dear god why.

                      There better be an actual game on that night as well.

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                      • Originally posted by ironman4579 View Post
                        -OT Taylor Lewan is up to 283 from 268 last year. He probably needs another year (sorry Sniper).
                        We'll see. If he can be 290-295 by fall practice, I still think he can start. A line of Lewan-Schilling-Molk-Barnum-Omameh for this year would be fantastic.

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                        • http://www.lansingstatejournal.com/a...0-days-in-jail

                          Fred Smith was sentenced to five days in jail and 18 months of probation. Jamiihr Williams was sentenced to 12 months of probation. Chris L. Rucker was sentenced to 12 months of probation.


                          Smith, Williams and Rucker also must complete 150 hours of community service.


                          J'Michael Deane was sentenced to 12 months of probation and 150 hours of community service. He had pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and battery. He also must pay $1,043 in court fines and costs, and complete an assaultive behavior program.

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                          • Looks like Chaz Powell got moved to corner for spring practices.

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                            • Originally posted by HinesWardJr View Post
                              Looks like Chaz Powell got moved to corner for spring practices.
                              Interesting.

                              I've always thought he would be better off on defense. His hands and route-running were both mediocre, but he is fast.

                              I wonder if this opens up the door for Justin Brown to get regular time.

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                              • Originally posted by MaxV View Post
                                Interesting.

                                I've always thought he would be better off on defense. His hands and route-running were both mediocre, but he is fast.

                                I wonder if this opens up the door for Justin Brown to get regular time.
                                IMO, our starting WRs should be JB, Moye, Drake with Zug, Kuntz, Felder-Mosley, ect vying for PT.

                                Edit: Forgot Kersey.

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