Tennessee is not recruiting well just because they got 18 dudes
In a trend that I hope continues. More and more home and away games with quality opponents. Auburn will head north of the Mason-Dixon line in 2021.
Starting this morning, you can purchase tickets to the Michigan/Iowa game on the Iowa Athletics site. Unfortunately, you can only purchase them in a 3 game package. It's not a horrible amount - $195 per ticketed package. And you can probably flip the Nebraska tickets to offset some of your cost. There's no on-sale date on the site for single game tickets yet.
...days until Tyrone runs onto the field to touch the banner while "The Victors" is being played by the best band and for Chris to watch football greatness on his television (or in person if he is in Ann Arbor to spectate the beat down that is coming).
Is anyone else fine with this? I mean, beyond the whole 'pre-season rankings are meaningless.' Top 15, with Michigan's schedule, is striking distance for top 4 when it counts, especially with the Game to end the season. It'll allow the young guys and QB to get settled in and generally reduce the pressure (though I'm not sure Harbaugh is a fan of that).
I know some of you don't use Twitter, or can't access the Periscope app, so I thought I would post this link from Isaiah Hole's Periscope account.
He's been cool enough to give fans a glimpse inside of Michigan's satellite camps while he's photographing and such for 247. There are three videos as of right now from the satellite camps in Antioch and Los Angeles (California). In one video, Harbaugh runs the QB accuracy competition, which is pretty neat if you haven't seen him run it before. The other two videos focus on the tag game.
A few observations/notes: 1). Don Brown IS the loudest person on the field, even with Harbaugh on the blowhorn. Coach Brown is awesome hands down with the energy he brings. 2). The camps are run really well and move methodically at a circuit training pace. You can sense the professionalism that the staff brings and I'm certain this is why a lot of people who have participated/watched these camps--critics included--have said nothing but positive things about the way Michigan runs them. 3). Coach Wheatly is impressive, to say the least. Watch the 22:00 min mark of the Antioch video (23:59 in length) while he works hands-on with Najee Harris and another camper. He brings it solidly as a coach. 4). Trolls most prominently from MSU and Alabama enter the latest broadcast to show their obsession with Michigan and Coach Harbaugh. Isaiah Hole begins overtly blocking them for being douchebags.
P.S. If anybody knows of any other sources for watching the satellite camps, could you please post them. I'm going through Michigan Football withdrawl. Thanks in advance. :)