"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."
I know trey zeigler wasn't able to visit because of the weather, but i also know he watched the game and wanted it to be clear that he really wanted to be there--and finally i also hear the sparties have backed off on his recruitment. do we have the inside track here?
the sparties havent backed off 2011 brandon kearney, but again i hear he visited, and i can't imagine any kid not wanting to play in this offense. i assume it went well.
tim hardaway junior?
if you could use your magic and get sweet exclusive interviews with any of these kids it would be awesome. tell tim hardaway i sent you**, i'm pretty sure that will get you in with junior. he and i used to ball on the chicago streets all the time, yo*.
*-hrm. no, wait, i just remembered, that wasn't me. he was balling with someone else.
**-actually, better not mention i sent you.
Has anyone noticed the ridiculous numbers that Fitzgerald Toussaint is putting up so far this year? To quote Rivals word for word "After four games, Toussaint has 851 yards and 13
touchdowns on 63 carries (13.5 yards per carry) and also has a 48-yard
receiving touchdown". 13.5 YPC?!?!? having him, jeremy gallon and a healthy terence robinson next year in addition to mcguffie, shaw, stonum, and mcneal is just ridiculous. that alone should make every michigan fan feel okay knowing that we might have the most absurdly talented offense in the country for a while.
that is all. GO BLUE.