"He makes it really easy on you as a coach because he has tremendous football instincts," Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh said. "Things come really naturally to him. He doesn't have to see things too many times. He has a good sense for how things should look and feel, and he's a tough, physical guy."
Last week's hijinks have moved M up from 19th to 6th in the Fulmer Cup rankings! Although it would take a prodigious effort even to make it to #2, we are only one good felony charge away from sharing 3rd place.
Anyone know if Michigan has ever been this high in the Fulmer Cup standings before?
EDIT: link to Fulmer Cup explanation: http://www.sportsargumentwiki.com/index.php?title=Fulmer_Cup
The report said the victim "sustained bruises on his neck from this event."
At about 10:25 a.m., two males were witnessed "wrestling on the ground" in the South Oval, according to the police report. The primary witness is a university employee who declined to comment, but said in the police report that Berry was muttering things such as "I don't know what is going on around me." The report said Berry "appeared confused and disoriented and was unable to tell me his name."
The middle-aged woman said that the student on the ground had attacked another student. The student on the ground, who was later identified as Jaamal Berry, was clearly out of sorts and appeared to be quite disconnected from his surroundings."Discuss.
Oh my. This was dumb.
Not only was Oregon's All-American CB Cliff Harris arrested for driving 118 MPH on Sunday, but he did it in an Oregon employee's rental car.
"So, I rented the car for my own purposes on Friday. Cliff Harris and his licensed friend, who showed me his license, asked to borrow it and paid me the full amount in cash that I paid for the rental," said the woman, who agreed to speak to KEZI, on condition of anonymity.
Man, there's a lot of smoke at Oregon too.
Four Auburn players arrested and kicked off the team for robbery, burglary, and theft.
The players arrested in connection with this deeply troubling incident have been permanently dismissed from our football team. While we realize the legal process will run its course and these young men have a right for their case to be heard, playing for Auburn University is an honor and a privilege. It is not a right. - Chizik
Dantonio should read this.
Weis actually made some serious allegations about Michigan players punching ND players in the face during the game. Has anyone who has re-watched the game seen if this is true?
Throwing punches at opposing players would certainly be a mark of a team without family values.
Probably the end of the long and storied career of Mr. Grady.