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Michigan Football: Tidbits from CoachBT -- Last Issue

Posted at 12:00pm — 10/17/2013

Michigan Football: Tidbits from CoachBT — Last Issue

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In all honesty this might be my biggest disappointment this season.

Lack of physical play and toughness has shocked me. The way this staff has emphasized playing physically in practices I expected much more. From lack of movement at the line of scrimmage by the offensive line to lack of bone jarring tackles on defense this team just does not hit like I expected in many hits have their been caused a buzz or chatter.

There is no nastiness or edge to our play. If you are not going to be a fast athletic team you need to play this game with that wide-eyed skin crawling attitude. You want make opponents start to worry about us again, take the D*MN fight to them physically. let them now that win or lose you are going to leave the game needing a bye week to recover.

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