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Whitewash in Stillwater
Poor Savannah State. The Tigers from Savannah, Georgia, a small school in the MEAC conference, were totally outmatched Saturday night against Oklahoma State. The Cowboys, who had some questions coming in after a season that got them to the Fiesta Bowl a year ago, demolished Savannah State 84-0. Yes, 84. Let me put that number in perspective.
-In 2011-2012, the Oklahoma State basketball team scored less than 84 points in every game but one. And that game was in overtime against Texas-San Antonio.
-The nine touchdowns scored by the four Cowboy running backs was half the number of touchdowns Heisman nominee LaMichael James had all season, and was more than Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson had all year.
-Oklahoma State scored all 84 points offensively in 25 minutes and 47 seconds. That’s an average of roughly 3 points per minute.
The stats don’t stop there. Savannah State collected a total of eight first downs, twenty-five less than Oklahoma State’s th...
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Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson reflects upon his team's 41-14 loss to Alabama in the Cowboy Classic. **With Video**
This may just be a shock to everyone, but players for the Michigan St. Spartans do not like Michigan. I know, just a crazy revelation. A few Spartan players let anyone who followed them know about it during the Michigan/Alabama game. Many of them cracked jokes and ripped on Denard Robinson, as the Crimson Tide [...]
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And who could blame him. If the Wolverines are to have any chance in this game Denard Robinson will have to account for about 400 yards.
Good luck Wolverines.
Michigan’s anticipated 2012 season opener against Alabama finished with a giant thud as the Crimson Tide rolled in a 41-14 win.
Denard Robinson was average at best in this game going 11 for 26 with 200 yards, 1 touchdown but 2 interceptions one of which was returned for a touchdown. Robinson also rushed for a touchdown getting Michigan on the board second quarter.
By that time...
ARLINGTON, Texas Alabama's 41-14 rout of Michigan Saturday night came in a game called the Cowboys Classic.
The classic part of the title is debatable unless you were pulling for Crimson Tide. If that was the case, the game was all kinds of classic.
It was a classic tail-whipping.
It was a classic mismatch of the defending national champion and a Michigan team that looked...
AP: Second-ranked Crimson Tide threw around eighth-ranked Michigan while pounding Denard Robinson in a season-opening 41-14 victory on Saturday night.
They must have been overrated.
On a hand-wringing Monday morning, that is the most prevalent post-game analysis for the whipping Michigan took at the hands of the Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday.
The pre-season pollsters simply got it wrong. For all the hype the flash and burn spread offense and talent of quarterback Denard Robinson, and the supposedly strong secondary these...
Michigan looked like they showed up ready to play against the defending National Champions. Alabama got the ball first but went three and out and it looked like Michigan would put up a fight. Michigan and Denard Robinson got a first down on their first series but then they gave the ball back to Alabama and it was all downhill from there.
On their first scoring drive, the Tide used...
With Alabama's 232 yards on the ground to Michigan's 69 Saturday night, it was clear that the run was what made the difference in the Crimson Tide's 41-14 routing of the Wolverines in the season-opening showdown. And, oh yeah, stifling dual-threat Denard Robinson helped, too. Laken Litman and Erin Hartigan sit down to dissect.
There’s no easy way to start this article, if only because there’s no easy way to write about the Alabama Crimson Tide at this point. For years now, we’ve known Alabama to be the bigger, more talented and better coached team pretty much every time they take the football field. And Saturday night, against Michigan was just the latest example of that.
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