Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Ex-Wolverine Updates

Sam McGuffie flipped his way to Rice's only two scores
Former Michigan RB Michael Cox: Cox had 30 carries for 188 yards and 2 touchdowns in UMass's 27-16 loss to Miami-OH two Saturdays ago. This week he had 22 carries for 80 yards in a 37-34 loss to Ohio. On the season, he has 90 carries for 376 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Former Michigan S Vladimir Emilien: Emilien had 3 tackles, .5 tackles for loss, and 1 interception in Toledo's 37-17 victory over Western Michigan.

Former Michigan RB commit Demetrius Hart: Hart had 1 carry for 7 yards and 1 catch for 12 yards in Alabama's 33-14 victory over Ole Miss.  Unfortunately, he tore his ACL for the second time and will miss the rest of the season.

Former Michigan RB Sam McGuffie: McGuffie had 6 catches for 119 yards and 2 touchdowns, but Rice lost to Houston by a score of 35-14.  One of those touchdowns was an 88-yard catch-and-run.  He now has 22 receptions for 303 yards and 5 touchdowns.

Former Michigan WR/CB commit Dewayne Peace: Peace had 1 reception for 16 yards in Houston's 35-14 victory over Rice.  He now has 24 receptions for 273 yards and 1 touchdown.

Former Michigan head coach Rich Rodriguez: Arizona lost to Oregon State by a score of 38-35.  Quarterback Matt Scott was 31/53 for 403 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions, and the team ran for 142 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Former Michigan WR Je'Ron Stokes: Stokes had 1 reception for 9 yards in Bowling Green's 48-8 victory over Rhode Island.

Former Michigan WR Darryl Stonum: Stonum had 1 catch for 10 yards for Baylor, but the Bears lost to West Virginia by a score of 70-63.

1 comment:

  1. There are many, many subtle differences, (of course) but on the whole it seems that there aren't too many fundamentally different ways to play defense. RR seems to still be trying things a whole different way by basically sending everybody deep to watch the other teams offense play. Not really sure what it's supposed to accomplish, because it to date doesn't accomplish much of anything defensively, but I have to imagine he'd have more success blitzing 11 on every single play than he would "rushing" 3 and giving up over 600 yards a game. I know that's qrossly simplistic, but "Come on, man!"