Found February 29, 2012 on
Courtesy of Dave Heller at the JSOnline, which now requires a subscription, and the ESPN Big Ten blog, here are some comments Michigan center David Molk had to say about himself and Peter Konz.
On his performance at the combine compared to Konz's.
I have skills he doesn’t have. Obviously, my strength is far better, I’m faster, I would say I’m smarter. Obviously, he’s an intelligent person, I’ve talked to him, but I just think I have a technique that’s unmatched [by him].
And on Konz being named a 1st team All-American by the coaches over him.
Well, maybe [the coaches] should have checked in to who was All-Big Ten and the lineman of the year in the ... Big Ten before they did some stupid [stuff] like that
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