TomVH just tweeted that Virginia's leading receiver, TE Jake McGee, is transferring and will be immediately eligible. We need a TE, and he could be a fit for Michigan. I don't know how to embed but that's the jist of it. No insider info.
I would love to have him, is it too late to retroactively add him to 27 tickets?
Welcome to the team, Jake.
Good luck on and off the field...
Nebraska RB Aaron Green will be transferring from Nebraska. This is a pretty big loss for Nebraska. He was a 5-star to ESPN and Scout and a 4-star to Rivals and 24/7. He had a decent season as a true freshman:
Green appeared in 12 games as a freshman last season, rushing 24 times for 105 yards and two touchdowns and catching one pass for 25 yards and a TD.
It seems that a lot of Nebraska fans felt that that Green would be the #2 back this year and the starter once Burkhead left. It seems he left because he was unhappy splitting carries with Abdullah at the #2 back.
USC RB Amir Carlisle will transfer to Notre Dame from USC and will have three seasons of eligibility remaining beginning with the 2013 season. Rivals had him listed as a 4 star coming out of high school.
He was born in Evanston, so transferring to be closer to home.
So, I'm officially confused. Apparently Tate will not transfer to Miami (YTM) after all. Due to personal reasons. It's a short article that doesn't propose what else he would do. Any word on what Tate will be up to?
A former Colerain High School football star has been arrested on allegations of burglary. Mister Simpson, 23, of Mount Airy is accused is stealing four firearms and a pair of night-vision goggles from a home in Green Township on Jan. 1.He was arrested in Colerain Township on Wednesday when a car he was riding in was stopped and police say they found the weapons in the trunk and a shotgun shell inside Simpson’s left coat pocket. Police say he confessed to the crime.Bond was set at $5,000 on Thursday when he made his first appearance in a courtroom at the Hamilton County Justice Center.In 2008, Simpson was arrested with former Colerain teammate, Terrill Byrd, an All-American defensive tackle, on drug abuse charges. Simpson was cited and paid a fine.Simpson was a top-rated senior recruit running back on the Cardinals 2004 state title team. He signed with Michigan after high school but was red-shirted in 2005.His prospects of playing for the University of Cincinnati Bearcats were dashed a few years later when he learned that he was academically ineligible to play football.