"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."
Trey Burke is a man.
Where did everybody see this play? I watched it live, which was pretty cool.
Hanner Mosquera-Perea & Devin Davis have been dismissed from Indiana basketball, for "failing to live up to program reaponsibilities". For all we know, they could have done something serious, but on the surface it looks absolutely disgraceful for Creen.
With the commitment of Tyus Battle, Michigan has one scholarship open for next year if Austin Davis takes a prep year as widely speculated. That remaining scholarship will obviously go to a PG, and the staff is putting on the full-court press with Cassius Winston, who is on campus in Ann Arbor today.
However, I'd be interested to know if the staff is considering selling Josh Langford on the idea of playing PG with Battle at the 2 and waiting until 2017 to take a PG. Langford is not a pure PG, but he's a very good passer and has great size paired with good vision. Given those strengths, I think he would be fantastic in the pick-and-roll . His handles are extremely good for a 2, as well. He'd need to tighten up his dribble due to his height if he was manning the point at the B1G level, but I think that a strong case could be made for going this route.
Check out his highlights below. They're fun to watch.
Apparently Spike Albrecht had his second surgery and Nik stopped in for a visit.
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Hoping for a speedy recovery for Spike.