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  1. Ryty

    Ryty Over the Cap

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    Besides the Ohio State Buckeyes, which Big Ten team has the best future for the next three years? I will try to evaluate each team in multiple areas using the scientifically proven question mark scale:

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    ? - The future looks bright. There is little question that this position will be an area of strength for the foreseeable future.
    ?? - The future looks mixed. The future could really go either way.
    ??? - The future looks AWFUL. Unless something drastic happens, there is little question that this undoubtedly will be an area of weakness in the future.

    We will evaluate each team in the following areas:

    1. Quarterback
    2. Offensive Skill Positions
    3. Offensive Line
    4. Defensive Line
    5. Linebackers
    6. Defensive Secondary

    *Anywhere I mention I player, I will list their overall ranking as well as their current year.

    Here we go.....


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    THE MICHIGAN WOLVERINES

    Quarterback

    This season, both Tate Forcier (86) and Denard Robinson (81) shared time at QB. Forcier threw for 1,600+ yards while throwing 12 TD's and only 6 interceptions. Denard Robison threw for 538 yards while throwing 3 touchdowns. Going into next season, it appears that we will have a qb controversy in the Ann Arbor. Who will coach JCA go with? Like he did this season, will he go with the more accurate and aware Forcier? Or will he start the fast, strong armed Robinson? Since both QB's are sophomores, will one of them transfer?

    To add the QB controversy in Michigan, we have Redshirt Freshman and highly touted Devin Gardner (76). The 6'4 freshman has one of the strongest arms in the country and can flat out fly. Most scouts would agree that he is more talented than both Forcier and Robinson. Will he get his chance next season or will he backup either Forcier or Robinson?

    Also, Coach JCA added 4* Recruit, Kerry Miller. The recruit from San Gabriel California is 11th ranked QB in the country. He has good size at 6'6 and has a B+ arm. The negatives on Miller would be his speed (D) and his elusiveness (D-). Coach JCA will have to surround him with a strong O-Line or Mr. Miller will be a sitting duck for Big Ten D's. Miller will undoubtedly reshirt next season.

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    Even though we have an obvious QB controversy in Ann Arbor, there is no doubt that this is a position of strength for the Wolverines.

    Offensive Skill Positions

    The running backs for Michigan look pretty good on paper. This season, the bulk of the rushing load was handled by Sophomore RB, Vincent Smith (85). Smith rushed for 957 yards and scored 12 TD's. He is a 5'6 back with very good quickness and agility. He seems to fit very well in Michigan's offense. Backing up Smith will be Junior Michael Shaw (85) and Freshman Fitzgerald Toussaint (82). Shaw is more of a punishing running back with above average ability to break tackles, while Toussaint is more of a straight up running speed back with some elusiveness.

    At wide receiver, we have a strong junior class along with Sophomore standout Roy Roundtree (86). Roundtree had 17 catches this season (coach JCA likes to spread it around) while averaging 21.7 yards per catch along with 3 TD's. With good speed and average hands, look for Roundtree to be a bigger part of the offense next season. Additionally, next season will feature three junior wideouts in Junior Hemingway (85), Martavious Odoms (85) and Darryl Stonum (84). All three were involved in the offense with 17, 22, and 13 catches respectively and are all rated around 85 overall. Furthermore, Michigan has 5 other receivers on their roster between 78 and 63 ranking overall.

    At TE, Michigan will be returning Kevin Koger (84) for his final season. Koger caught 27 balls for a total of 457 yards. With coach JCA's strong willingness to use his TE's, Koger will be a intrical part of the Wolverine offense. He is 6'4 with good acceleration off the line and has average hands. However, with only one backup in Sophomore Brandon Moore (77), the Wolverines will need to recruit TE depth this offseason or next year.

    On the recruiting front, Michigan has not recruited any offensive skill position players so far this year.


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    Overall, the skill position players for the Wolverines appear to be sound for the next two to three years.

    Offensive Line

    At the tackles, Michigan has one of the better redshirt freshman lineman in the country in Taylor Lewan (85). He is 6'8 283 pound agile tackle that has the ability to run block and pass block with the best of them. He will be the anchor on the left side of the line for at least the next two seasons. The right tackle position will be anchored by 6'6 305 pound Junior Mark Huyge (85). His is an above average lineman in really all aspects.

    The problem for the Wolverines will be depth at the tackle position. Right now, the Wolverines will only have 3 Tackles on the roster next season (two mentioned above) and do not have any commits yet at this position.

    At Center, the Wolverines have captain David Molk (96). The big question is will he return for his senior season or will he take his talents (FU Lebron) to the NFL? If he returns, he will most likely be rated at the top center in the country. If he doesn't, Michigan will have to rely on Sophomore Rocko Khoury to lead the way. Khoury is basically an average lineman.

    However, the Wolverines have done a good job of recruiting centers. The first center commit is 4*, 8th ranked in the country from Ohio, Damarcus Bailey. Bailey is 6'4 and 279 pounds with A- acceleration. He is rated C+ in both run blocking and pass blocking. His major weakness is his run blocking strength. With the powerful defensive lineman in the Big Ten, he will have to improve his run blocking strength to become a major factor. The second center commit is 4*, 7th ranked Center in the country from Ohio, Deon Ward. Ward is 6'2 and 300 pounds will good mobility. He is rated C+ in both run blocking and pass blocking. His major weakness is his stamina (D). He will need to get in better shape if he is to be a major factor for the Wolverines.

    At the guard position, the Wolverines appear to have a strong foundation at RG. Sophomore Patrick Omameh (87) and Sophomore Ricky Barnum (83) will most likely be the starters for the next two seasons. Omameh started this entire season at RG and gave up 6 sacks. Barnum got some experience in the Wolverine blowouts and will most likely move to LG next season.

    Also, the Wolverines add 4* Recruit and the 16th ranked Guard in the country from Missouri, Kevin Waller. Waller is 6'2 and 294 pounds with good mobility and pass blocking footwork. His major weakness is his run blocking strength and footwork (both D+).


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    Overall, the offensive line depth concerns me a little. Of course, I'm sure coach JCA will be looking to add O-line depth next season.

    Defensive Line

    The future of the defensive line looks strong for the Wolverines. At the ends, they have two decent juniors in Ryan Van Bergen (86) and Brandon Herron (82). Van Bergen had 40 tackles, 17 for a loss and 8 sacks while Herron played behind 6'5 sophomore Craig Roh (73). Roh is a converted OLB that has the size and speed to play either position. Will Roh play end next year? Even if he moves to LB, Michigan has other people to fill in. Freshman Jibreel Black (77) has good speed and may challenge to start next year at the end opposite of Van Bergen.

    At Defensive Tackle, the Wolverines have a monster in the middle. Junion Mark Martin (90) will be amongst the best at his position in the country next season. Along with Martin, Michigan has two strong young tackles in Freshman Renaldo Sagesse (87) and Sophomore William Campbell (85). Sagesse had 13 tackles and 3 sacks in his first year as a freshman. Defensive Tackle is without a doubt a strength for the Wolverines moving forward.

    So far, Michigan has not added any D-Line commits.

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    Overall, with Martin, Van Bergen and Sagesse, Michigan appears to be set at D-line for the next few years.

    Linebackers

    At the linebacker position, Michigan appears to have a bunch of average linebackers. That is probably why coach JCA heavily recruited this position. At the outside linebacker position, sophomore Brandin Hawthorne (80) appears to be the best of the returning starters. The 6'0 202 pound speed rusher had 23 tackles and 6 tackles for a loss this year. Starting at the other linebacker spot will be Freshman Marvin Robinson. Robinson redshirted this season but seems to be the type of linebacker that coach JCA loves. He is extremely fast (90 speed) but only weighs 190 pounds. There is no doubt he can rush the passer but can he play the run in the Big Ten? Time will tell.

    In the middle, Michigan will have to rely on Sophomore Kenny Demens (78). The 6'1 244 pound MLB has very good speed (88). He is also an above average tackler with decent strength. He has 20 tackles this season and 4 tackles for a loss. Beyond Demens, the MLB position appears to be relatively weak for the future.

    On the recruiting front, coach JCA did land three 4 star OLB recruits. They are:

    OLB J. Green is a 6'2 220 pound recruit our of Virginia. He appears to be the best of the OLB recruits. He had out of this world acceleration for a linebacker (A+) and decent speed (B-). He has above average tackling skills and play recognition skills. Besides awareness, his big weakness is man to man coverage. He will have to improve in this area if he is to guard to good tight ends in the Big Ten.

    OLB A. Ferguson is a 6'3 198 pound recruit out of Washington DC. Like the other Michigan linebackers, he can definitely run (B- speed, B- Acceleration). He is also very strong for a 198 pound linebacker (B). His weaknesses are awareness and man coverage. He will most likely redshirt (unless JCA made some promises that we don't know about...)

    OLB Brett Gilliam is a Juco transfer from the state of Virginia. He is 6'5 227 and has very good acceleration (A-), decent speed (B-) and is fairly strong (B-). His big weakness will be his awareness and play recognition skills. (as with most of the people in this recruiting class). If he can improve in those abilities, he will be able to contribute for the Wolverine during the next two seasons.


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    I definitely like the OLB recruits coach JCA recruited this season. However, I'm concerned that they will be able to hold up against the running games of other Big Ten teams? We shall see!

    Defensive Secondary

    The departure of all-world DB and Captain, Troy Woolfork looks to be a big loss for the Wolverines. For the next few seasons, Michigan will have to rely on Sophomore DB JT Floyd (81). Floyd is an average corner with extreme acceleration and average speed (89) for a CB. This season, he had 20 tackles and 2 interceptions opposite Woolfork. Beyond Floyd, the Wolverines will have to rely on two Freshman CB's in Justin Turner (78) and Al Backey (75). Coach JCA will have to add CB depth in this offseason or next year. If not, this could be a major concern for the Wolverines moving forward.

    At the FS position, True Frosh Cameron Gordon played very well in his first season. He had 30 tackles and 8 pass deflections. With his tremendous speed (96) ,man coverage ability (86), and pursuit skills (92), he looks to be a force in the future for the Wolverines. Coach JCA also added 4* Recruit FS Troy Holmes from Fenton, Michigan. Holmes is rated the 13th best FS in the country. However, some scouts think he is one of the most underrated recruits in the country. Holmes is a very good tackler (A-) with good speed (B+) and acceleration (A-). His biggest weakness is his coverage ability (C).


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    Overall, the safety position is very strong for the Wolverines.

     
  2. Ryty

    Ryty Over the Cap

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    THE PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS

    Quarterback

    Penn State appears to have a strong group of quarterbacks for the future. This season, they were lead by sophomore Kevin Newsome (86). Newsome had a QB rating of 146.2 and threw for 2,400 yards and 16 touchdowns. Unfortunately, he did throw 10 interceptions. Newsome has the potential to be an absolute star. He has tremendous speed and acceleration, a decent arm and is starting to really understand the position.

    Backing up Newsome will be 3 strong options. Of Sophomore Matthew McGloin (79), Freshman Robert Bolden, and Freshman Paul Jones, we are most impressed by the potential of Robert Bolden. With blazing speed and a rocket arm, he will be in best position to take over once Newsome leaves. Coach Cimmy will have a tough choice between Bolden and Jones in feature seasons but it is a problem most coaches would love to have.


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    With Newsome for the next two years and Bolden and Jones waiting in the wings, the future for Penn State QB position looks bright.

    Offensive Skill Positions

    The departure of Evan Royster would leave most teams in a bind for a few seasons. That does not appear to be the case with the Lions. Junior RB Stephfon Green (88) is poised and ready to take over for Royster. This season, Green had 263 yards rushing on 62 attempts (4.2 yards per carry). He added 4 touchdowns and only fumbled once. Green has tremendous speed (95), agility (96) and elusiveness (88). Once Green is done, the Lions have two Freshman waiting. Curtis Dukes (76) and freshman Silas Redd (76). Redd appears to have all of the tools. He is 5'10 200 pounds with good speed, agility, acceleration and tackle breaking ability. He has a good chance of becoming another one of those fantastic Penn State running backs.

    At Wide Receiver, the Lions appear to have some options. Next season, Derek Moye will be the big play maker. He caught 33 passes this season with 7 touchdown catches and only 3 drops. Moye is very tall and has very good hands (89). I look for him to have a huge season next year. Behind Moye we have Junior Chaz Powell (86), sophomore Curtis Drake (78) and sophomore Justin Powell (77). One player to look out for beyond next season is Freshman Shawney Kersey. Kersey has blinding speed (96) and the knack to make the spectacular catch. He should definitely see some action next season.

    Of WR, RB and TE, the TE position is the weakest. Next season, the Lions will have to look to Junior Andrew Szczerba (80) and Sophomore Mark Weddenbrun (78). Szczerba had 26 catches last season with 1 receiving TD. Both are pretty average at every aspect of the game.

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    Even though the TE position is relatively weak, the strength of the running backs and wide receivers makes the future for PSU skill position players look very bright.

    Offensive Line

    At the tackles, Penn State has one of the better young lineman in the conference in Mike Farrell (87). Farrell is a 6'6 298 pound LT that is solid in both run blocking and pass blocking. He has extremely solid footwork for a sophomore and will just continue to get better. At the other tackle position will most be Junior Quinn Barham (79). Barham is a very good run blocker and average pass blocker.

    Like the Wolverines, a problem Lions will be depth at the tackle position. Right now, the Wolverines will only have 3 Tackles on the roster next season (two mentioned above) and do not have any commits yet at this position. They will most likely try to move one of their guards over to the tackle position.

    At Center, the Lions have the solid sophomore Mike Stankiewitch (wtf?) (88) . He is a very good run blocker (89) and decent pass blocker. He will definitely be one of the better centers in the conference over the next two years. Backing up Stankie will be RS Freshman Ty Howle (80). Right now, Howle is pretty average across the board, but his appears to have the tools to be very solid in the future.

    At the guard position, the Lions will be saying goodbye to one of the best lineman in the conference, Stefen Wisniewski. Fortunately, they have 4 solid players ready to step in. Junior Johnnie Troutman (91) will start the season as one of the best guards in the Big Ten. Starting at RG will most likely be Junior Deontae Pannell (86). Both Pannell and Troutman should be able to open up running lanes for Green next season. The backups are also strong. Freshman Ernie Shrive (83) and Freshman John Urschel (73) look to give the Lions a good future.


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    The tackle depth is a little suspect but this is a very good unit overall.

    Defensive Line

    Other than DT Ollie Ogbu, Penn State will not be losing any other players on the defensive line. Returning DE's will be Junior Eric Latimore (88) and Junior Jack Crawford (84). Last season, Latimore had 27 tackles, 11 tackles for a loss with 6 QB sacks while Crawford has 25 tackles, 10 for a loss and 2.5 sacks. Beyond the two starters, the Lions have Sophomore Kevion Latham (80), 6'5 RS Freshman CJ Olaniyan (75), Sophomore Sean Stanley (80), Freshman Dakota Royer (74). There is no doubt that Penn State is loaded at DE for today and for the future. I will be really curious to see the development of Olaniyan. He appears to be an athletic freak (88 speed with an 89 power move rating) that could be a load for Big Ten offenses to handle in the near future.

    The list of DT's is almost as opposing. Sophomore Jordan Hill (87) leads this group. The 6'1 305 pound Hill is good tackler with superb pursuit skills (91).

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    With Olaniyan and Hill leading the way for the defensive line, Penn State will have one of the best defensive lines in the country for the next few years.

    Linebackers

    Linebacker U appears to be a little thinner at the position than they have been in past years. At the LOLB, Penn State will start Sophomore Gerald Hodges (80). Hodges played a little last season in a backup role behind Bani Gbadyu. At the ROLB position, we have Junior Nathan Stupar (86). Stupar will most likely be one of the better linebackers in the Big Ten next season. Backing up these two will be Freshman Khairi Fortt (77) and Freshman Mike Hull (75). Both Hull and Fortt appear to have the tools to be great in a couple of years. Additionally, Coach Cimmy added 4* OLB Victor Wood from Talladega, Alabama. Wood has good size at 6'4 228, very good speed (4.52 40) and above average coverage ability. His big weakness besides awareness is his ability to get off of blocks (C-)

    The MLB position is one that is relatively thin for the Lions. Starting next season will be Sophomore Michael Yancich (79). Yancich has very good speed but is not very aware of where he is supposed to be on the field (63 awareness). Behind Yancich, is Junior Michael Mauti (77). He has decent speed but appears to be nothing more than an average starter.


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    Overall, the OLB position will be decent. However, I'm not sold on the MLB's. Coach Cimmy really needs to reload at the Linebacker position if Penn State is to keep the nickname "Linebacker U".

    Defensive Secondary

    The defensive secondary of the Lions has to be one of the better cores in the country. The entire secondary will be back. Starting at the corners will be Sophomore Stephon Morris (90) and Junior Danton Lynn (90). Both are very good coverage corners with above average speed. Waiting in the wings are Sophomore Evan Lewis (85) and Freshman Derrick Thomas (85).

    At FS, the Lions have three solid options. The starter will most likely be Junior Nick Sukay (88). His backups will be Freshman Stephen Obengagyapong (82) and Tyler Ahrenhold (81). All three are very capable and will hold down the FS position for the next few years. Also, Coach Cimmy added a solid recruit in 4* FS T. Silva.

    At SS, the Lions have two solid options for next season. The obvious starter will be Drew Astorino (88). He is a solid tackler with above average speed. Backing him up will be Sophomore Andrew Dailey (78).


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  3. Ryty

    Ryty Over the Cap

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    Working on Iowa....baffled by the QB position -

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    THE IOWA HAWKEYES


    Quarterback


    With QB Ricky Stanzi leaving after this season, Iowa does not appear to have a strong replacement option. Will it be sophomore James Vandenberg (78)? This season, Vanderberg threw 1 pass. Fortunately, he completed it and wasn't sacked. Vandenberg's biggest asset is his passing accuracy. His biggest weakness is his mobility. He is SLOW....REAL SLOW. The problem for coach Emmdottfrisk is if he doesn't go with Vandenberg, where will he go? The next in line is John Wienke (71). Wienke really isn't good at anything and we have it on good authority that he was almost cut prior to this season. The most logical option would be 6'4 Freshman AJ Derby. Derby has some agility and a strong arm but really needs to improve on his throwing accuracy.

    On the recruiting front, coach Frisk landed 3* QB Warren Mills from Illinois. Mills has 4.54 speed and a above average arm. He also is pretty elusive and may be a legitimate option for the Hawkeyes in a few years.


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    If Vandenberg is your best option, you get three ???.


    Offensive Skill Positions

    The running back position is the strength of the Hawkeyes now and in the foreseeable future. The position is lead by Sophomore Adam Robinson (90). This season, Robinson was one of the best RB's in the country. He rushed for 1,371 yards and a crazy 24 touchdowns (stat padding?). On 213 attempts, he only fumbled 3 times. He will be back next season and will be a favorite to win the Heisman trophy. His backups are not too shabby either. Sophomore Brandon Wegher (89) and Sophomore Jewel Hampton (88) round out one of the best RB cores in the nation.

    Iowa also has some good young receivers. Next years group will be lead by Junior Marvin McNutt (84). The 6'4 McNutt isn't the fastest receiver in the game but makes up for it with good hands, quickness and ability to get yards after the catch. On the other side of McNutt will be Sophomore Keenan Davis (79) or Junior Paul Chaney Jr. (78). Iowa will be looking for either Davis or Chaney Jr. to step up next season. It looks like they have the tools.

    The TE position will be lead by Freshman 6'7 CJ Fiedorowicz (75). Fiedorowicz is a huge target with exceptional speed for a TE (90). I look for Fiedorowicz to have a great future and will be one of the best TE's in the country soon.


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    Overall, simply one of the best RB groups in the country along with a potential superstar TE in the making.

    Offensive Line

    At the LT tackle position, we have one of the best lineman in the country in Sophomore Captain Riley Reiff (93). He is EXTREMELY strong (95 strength) and can completely overpower opposing defensive linemen, His strength and footwork make him a ferocious run blocker and very good pass blocker. Opposite of Reiff is Junior Markus Zusevics (86). He is also very strong with good run blocking skills. Beyond the two starters, Iowa has plenty of depth in RS Freshman Nolan MacMillan (84) and Sophomore Woody Orne (76). MacMillan especially looks to follow in the footsteps of lineman such as Bulaga, Steinbach and Gallery.

    At Center, the position will be held down by Sophomore James Ferentz (86). The name says it all.

    The big question mark on the offensive line will be the guard position. RG Adam Gettis (81) will return next season. He is an average lineman at best. On the left side, Iowa will start one of two RS Freshman. Brandon Van Sloten (71) or Drew Clark (70). Neither of these two will strike fear in opposing defenses. Coach Frisk will have to hope that one of these two have a fantastic offseason.

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    The tackle and center position are among the best in the country. The guards would have trouble starting for Bowling Green. It will be interesting to see what happens at the guard position.
     
  4. Ryty

    Ryty Over the Cap

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    Overall, in my opinion, Penn State looks to be the team that has the best future in the BIG TEN.

    Agree?
     
  5. Diddy81

    Diddy81 Walk On

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    great work man
     
  6. Diddy81

    Diddy81 Walk On

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    by the way robinson or gardner or both will transfer seems to be consistent across the OD's
     
  7. Ryty

    Ryty Over the Cap

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    Really? I'm sure JCA would be ok with Robinson leaving. Gardner on the other hand???
     
  8. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

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    this is great Ryty! Lots of question marks in Iowa City. This year was the most important recruiting year for me as building for the future is absolutely necessary. I have a feeling I will be falling behind the curve very quickly.
     
  9. Cimmy24

    Cimmy24 Candy Ass Self

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    Don't you worry about Penn State's LBs. With the recruiting of Victor Wood and Jon Pettway at MLB, we have young talent coming in. Yancich and Mauti are play makers at the MLB position. Stupar and Hodges will be defensive leaders, and I have a feeling it will be a break through year for Khairi Fortt and Mike Hull. Linebakcer U will live up to its name.
     
  10. jca312

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    May change offensive styles next year, we shall see. As long as all 3 QBs don't leave, I should be ok. I'm pretty optimistic about my squad next year with 2 of my 3 conference user games being at home. We shall see. Go Big Blue!

    Where's the breakdown of your Bucks by the way?
     
  11. Cimmy24

    Cimmy24 Candy Ass Self

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    Why would he embarrass himself like that?
     
  12. Ryty

    Ryty Over the Cap

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    I was surprised by the depth of the Wolverines. I didn't realize that you had that much talent.

    Yeah...I probably need to do the Buckeyes. I wasn't sure if evaluating my own team would be fair though!!!
     

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