Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by mexican_texan, Nov 22, 2008.
Michigan intercepts Pryor and the offense sputters and misses a chip shot field goal.
Michigan's defense is good against the run...this doesn't bode well for Ohio State
Michigan: tenth of a yard
OSU: sixth of a yard
Beanie would break one sooner or later.
Michigan has the worst special teams in the country.
Michigan now has 12 fumbles lost this year......on punt returns and kick returns ONLY.
TD Michigan. Went for it on 4th and Goal at the 2 and made it with a run by Minor.
14-7 Ohio State.
14-7 at the half.
Michigan averaging 2.8 yards per play.
Ohio St at 5.2 yards per play.
How bad is Michigan's depth at QB? How in the world is Sheridan starting?
UM is actually calling a decent game on offense.
But they get no yards after contact. They go straight down as soon as someone gets close to them.
Starting QB Threet is inactive.
Sheridan is a walk-on.
Feagin is a true freshman who has only played in one game this year (easily the best runner, but Rod doesn't feel comfortable with him throwing).
2 running plays for a 91 yard TD drive for Ohio St. Pathetic stuff right there.
But he's comfortable with Sheridan throwing? He's horrible
Related Big Ten news:
Joe Tiller is coaching his last game at Purdue, and he is going out in style.
Up 48-3 on Indiana with 10+ remaining in the 3rd quarter.
Threet has 9 TDs to 7 INTs.
Sheridan has 2 TDs to 5 INTs.
And Feagin hasn't even thrown a pass and only has 8 carries.
So I haven't seen Feagin really play QB, but if Sheridan is ahead of him on the depth chart then he must be god awful as a passer right now.
Sheridan is just terrible though.
He overthrows every route, except the fade. He underthrows that one every time.
They're probably better off runing the option than keeping Sheridan at QB.
Put Feagin, Minor, and McGuffie back there and run the triple option every play.
It seems pretty obvious to me that this offense can work at Michigan if they can just get competent QB play.
Looks like Sheridan's out
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