Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Ex-Wolverine Updates

Sam McGuffie had 109 receiving yards, including this 50-yard touchdown reception.
Former Michigan QB commit Shavodrick Beaver: Beaver had 4 carries for 14 yards and was 2/2 passing for Midwestern State against Texas A&M-Commerce a few weeks ago, but he hasn't played in the Mustangs' last couple games.

Former Michigan S Vladimir Emilien: Emilien had 6 tackles in Toledo's 38-28 victory over Coastal Carolina.

Former Michigan DT commit DeQuinta Jones: Jones had 6 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 1 pass breakup, but Arkansas lost to Rutgers by a score of 35-26.

Former Michigan RB Sam McGuffie: Rice lost to Marshall by a score of 54-51 in overtime, but McGuffie had 4 receptions for 109 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Former Michigan head coach Rich Rodriguez: Rodriguez suffered his first loss at Arizona, a 49-0 beatdown at the hands of Oregon.  Arizona's defense did a decent job of stopping the Ducks' rushing attack, holding them to 4.3 yards/attempt.  But the Wildcats had 5 turnovers, including 2 interceptions returned for touchdowns.

Former Michigan WR Je'Ron Stokes: Stokes had 1 catch for 0 yards in Bowling Green's 37-0 loss to Virginia Tech.

6 comments:

  1. A tip for everyone: If you haven't seen the "Rich Rod sideline frown video" on YouTube (a clip of his reaction to one of Saturday night's interception), well, highly recommended.

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  2. Oregon's D looked really improved from years past. Talent is there for a title this year.

    Arizona actually did much better than the final score indicated. They moved the ball but couldn't convert in the red zone -- sound familiar? To Rodriguez's credit he seemed to do a lot more passing than running, so maybe he learned something from his Threat experience. They kept Oregon's offense in check too for most of the game (it was 13-0 midway through the 3rd), before getting bombed late (as teams often do against the Ducks). Casteel should know how to defend a spread O, and it looked like he did.

    Things look good for both programs, IMO.

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  3. Tony Drake is putting up numbers for Houston

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    1. Drake doesn't play for Houston. Dewayne Peace does.

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    1. I believe Crable is a free agent right now.

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