landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
They are saying it was against NCAA Rules, but not naming what rule is was against. Anyone have any ideas?
Oh well, I'm sure Harbaugh will schedule 5 more camps in place of this one due to the time that is freed up when it would have been spent on the airplane.
EDIT: Thanks SI for the incomplete information. Thanks to Mad Hatter for updated MLive link with more info. Looks like location will be changed to be in compliance.
This is definitely not a good look for the NFL:
You'll remember this story from last fall, but ESPN posted a great feature today on Elliot Uzelac, the 74-year-old former Bo assistant (and WMU head coach) who came out of retirement and led downtrodden Benton Harbor to a playoff win last season.
Great story, and it's narrated by Courtney B. Vance. I'm thinking this should be a movie.
I haven't seen a whole lot of discussion on it, but as most of you know this will be the first year we have 9 B1G games. Just curious what people think about it.
I have mixed feelings on it. Generally, I am one of the people that thinks there's no benefit in creating a harder schedule for your team than you need to. Getting smoked by a team like Bama to open the season is not good for many reasons, especially your playoff chances, even if you go 12-1. So playing more B1G teams, which are supposed to be tougher than a cupcake, is somewhat similar.
On the other hand, most teams in the B1G are cupcakes right now. IMO there are only 3.5 legitimate teams (Michigan, MSU, OSU and I'm giving Iowa a half point) in the conference, so adding a 9th game does give us a chance to play some other conference teams we wouldn't normally face without too much risk of adding another loss.
What are your thoughts?