no, YOU'RE off topic
Mark Hollis had good intentions-but made a mistake. Not appropriate to tweet one of our student-athletes. Won't happen again. End of story.
Remember the ESPN editor who was fired for using the phrase "chink in the armor" to describe Lin's turnover problems? Lin reached out and had lunch with him. This isn't related to anything Michigan at all, just thought it was interesting how much classier Lin is than most NBA players.
Trey Burke's draft stock?
Second round. He should go back to school
no deal yet, but sides are negotiating and there's obviously mutual interest. i don't think he makes them any better than weber.
If Burke decides to go pro, is there any possibility that CB might change his mind and stay with Michigan? It seems like his main gripe was playing time (somewhat understandable if he thought he was going to be relegated to 5-7 minutes a game behind Burke for his whole career), but if if Burke left CB would seem to be the near-undisputed starting PG for 2012-13.
Is there any precedent for a player announcing he's transferring and then changing his mind? Would JB take him back? Should he? The conventional wisdom is obviously "once he's gone, he's gone" but I wonder if this particular situation might warrant an exception.
The title pretty much says it all. The UMHoops link below has more information on Morris and Michigan basketball recruiting generally...It seems like a good idea to take a second PG in the 2013 class given that there don't seem to be any high-level PGs left in the 2012 class (Della Valle appears to be more of a combo guard) and given that all Michigan point guards will apparently become NBA prospects overnight from here on out. You also have to love Morris's nickname - "Man Man."