"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."
Very glad to hear that. Horford, as shown during the MSU game, provides an excellent defensive presence along with solid zen-like leadership.
Jon Horford, who graduates this spring, confirms that he intends to come back for his final year of eligibility at Michigan.— Brendan F. Quinn (@BFQuinn) March 3, 2014
has anyone else picked up on the basketball team doing the sam cassell "i've got gigantic balls - here they are" hand motion after hitting shots? it's made me chuckle to say the least, especially when it's captured in main stream media photos..
Looking at ESPN this morning, I clicked on the link to "BPI" - a supposed Basketball Power Index. Updated today it shows Michigan at #22, behind Wisconsin, Iowa, OSU, and MSU, good for only the #5 rated Big 10 team and a projected 6 seed!!!
I would assume this is not looked at for NCAA seeding, right? How can this possibly be calculated to come out with this rediculous result?
<edit> Even better, it projects Michigan as an Auto-Bid for the Big Dance - meaning it expects M to win the Big 10 tournament and still only get a 6 seed? It is insulting that they even would post these rankings in a format that would suggest it as data.
Obvious opinions of Pat Forde aside. It's a pretty great article on Calipari and his deficiencies as a basketball coach. While I read it, I can't help but think of the man we have running our program. We may not always compete for National Championships but we will always have a coach and a team we can be proud to root for. Kentucky wishes they could say the same.
Great feature on Derrick Walton. Also has some nice highlights from the MSU game. I reuploaded the features on Stauskas, Morgan, and Irvin. Enjoy