Michigan Football: Thoughts on Spring Practice -- Part I

Posted at 8:00am — 3/28/2014

Michigan Football: Thoughts on Spring Practice — Part I

This is a small sample/snip-its of what we have on spring practice on the message board. Have to be a member of the message board to read the complete 800 plus word post.

First off, we will not be discussing who didn’t practice on Thursday or set out of drills/scrimmages. That type of information along with other details will be saved for chats for obvious reasons and hopefully readers will understand our reasons.

Bo 5Also we will not degrade these players for their performances during spring practices because that is exactly what they are practice. Some may feel it makes them feel better to rip players or say they was a reach, ranked higher than they should have been, but you know what they are here now playing for Michigan and it is the spring.

Thursday’s practice was the best practice we witnessed in person by far in over 10 years.

Just a reminder, don’t get to excited, it is practice against each other, but the way and the style of practice now is the most positive thing we saw. We thought we was at one of Bo’s practices.

Some posters can stop criticizing Coach Wellman.

Remember, things could change tomorrow.

We have a couple of pretty intense GA’s/QC Coaches.

Part II we will talk about the Offense.

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