"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
ESPN released their Preseason All-American team and All-B1G team. No Wolverines on the All-American team, just TE Jake Butt on the All-B1G. No real surprises here, obviously we don't have too many established stars.
All-Americans from B1G (and Utah):
RB - Ezekiel Elliot, Ohio State
G - Pat Elflein, Ohio State
DE - Joey Bosa, Ohio State
S - Vonn Bell, Ohio State
P - Tom Hackett, Utah
As far as ESPN standards go, this article is at least somewhat entertaining. I think the best case is better than 10-2 but it's still an interesting read during August. TLDR: Best case: 10-2 with losses to both rivals and a Rose Bowl. Worst case: 6-6 with a Toys-R-Us resurgence. http://espn.go.com/blog/bigten/post/_/id/122357/best-caseworst-case-michigan-wolverines
Reports of Mark May's demise were premature. He has now moved to the ABC studio coverage with John Saunders. The new ESPN Saturday studio trio is Adnan Virk, Danny Kanell, and Joey Galloway. That is terrible. College Football Final will now be hosted by Joe Tessitore, but they have not named any replacements yet for May and Lou Holtz. As reported earlier, Rece Davis now takes over College Gameday replacing Chris Fowler.
ESPN moved Mark May from College Football Final. Also from several outlets the new guys to replace Rece,Lou Holt and Mark May is Adnan Virk(Host) Danny Kanell and Joey Galloway. I guess ESPN want to go in a new direction for College Football Final.
#1 on the list is Harbaugh v Meyer in The Game.
"Lots will happen between the opener and the College Football Playoff, of course, but here are 100 things we hope to see this year. Here's a hint: Mr. Harbaugh is featured prominently throughout."
EDIT: An additional link from Sporting News, provided by lilpenny1316.
Well, folks here's ESPN's take on the Offense and Defense of Michigan 2015 season. Check it out.