this week in unintentionally grim-sounding recruiting headlines
"Huddle the F**K up!"
I love it...
That is all....
Take a stab at what conference road game will be at night now. If you guessed Minnesota, you are correct! Link
From the article:
The Golden Gophers will play four prime-time football games in 2015, including two at the University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium. ESPN will broadcast the Sept. 3 season opener against Texas Christian University in Minneapolis, Athletic Director Norwood Teague said Tuesday following a speech at an Association for Corporate Growth luncheon. ESPN or ABC will also broadcast the Oct. 31 game against Michigan at TCF Bank Stadium, as well as the Nov. 7 game at Ohio State.
"I think the perceived bias of the ACC in general, [with] Florida State falling to No. 4 in the rankings and still being undefeated and being [No.] 3 at the end of the season … a one-loss ACC team or two-loss ACC team is going to have a hard time breaking that top four," Gruters said. "I think the top ACC team over the next four or five years, we're going to be in that [No.] 5 to 8 category. And we're going to be on the outside looking in."
Gruters then urged Wilcox to encourage the ACC to push for an expansion of the new playoff system - from four to eight teams. He said that was the only way, "to guarantee an ACC team will have a shot at winning the national championship each year."
Kind of a combo fact/opinion piece on Coach Harbaugh and the current state of college football. Worth a read, but won't ruin your life if you can't get to it. Haven't been on the board all day, so if it's been posted already, neg away.
What team would everybody choose to be a significant rival with Michigan Football over the next 25+ years (home and home games). Why?
I'd choose: Texas
It'd be two traditional powerhouses, Austin is a great city to visit, and there would be a cool factor of Southerns vs Northerners.