Nightly Roundup: February 12, 2019

Nightly Roundup: February 12, 2019

February 12, 2019
Nick Eubanks (image via Wolverines Wire)

Aaron McMann talks about how Josh Gattis will use the tight end position at Michigan (LINK).

Michigan is hiring George Perles’s son as an analyst (LINK). They’re also hiring another couple analysts, Steve Casula and Aashon Larkins (LINK).

Ted Nguyen talks about how Kliff Kingsbury’s Air Raid will translate to the NFL and the Arizona Cardinals (LINK).

Ian Boyd discusses “Wisconsin’s matchup exploiting offense” (LINK).


  1. Avatar
    Comments: 1283
    Joined: 1/19/2016
    Feb 12, 2019 at 10:19 PM

    The Steve Casula is an interesting one. We’ve had a bunch of analysts on staff for years, but it doesn’t seem we listen to them, and try to out-gameplan teams, or make adjustments in-game. Instead, it looks like we’re wed to a philosophy, that of out-toughing no matter what.

    Will that change with Harris as OC? Will Casula be his main guy to help achieve this?

    I’ve long said I don’t care what system we run, as long as we recruit towards it, and leverage what the opponent offers…

    Let’s hope we’re headed in the right direction

    • Lanknows
      Comments: 4771
      Joined: 8/11/2015
      Feb 13, 2019 at 1:03 PM

      Run a system. Recruit to it. Adapt to opponents.

      A good philosophy but easier said than done. I agree though. Michigan needs to pick and identity and stop trying to be an NFL team that can do everything and anything against anyone.

  2. Avatar
    Comments: 1077
    Joined: 8/11/2015
    Feb 13, 2019 at 6:12 AM

    Sorry, but MLive’s content is pretty much a shitshow. McCann asks the question in the title to his article, spits out a bunch of bland statistics, then ends up saying about Gattis “His job at Michigan will give him more autonomy over the play calling, which leaves it a mystery as to how he will use the tight ends here.”


    • Avatar
      Comments: 1283
      Joined: 1/19/2016
      Feb 13, 2019 at 8:17 AM

      He also referred to McDaniels as our new WR coach in the coaching staff article. He’s wrong too often to list, but what’s really odd is that he’s predictable: if you’re wondering what will be on MLive, either look back a year to what Nick Baumgardner wrote, or go to the FreeP and see what he’s working on now… Nothing original from mcmann

You must belogged in to post a comment.