Mork now has more to worry about, being Malik was his best defensive player on the team.
Enjoy & GO BLUE!!
Per ESPN & SI
Lamar Jackson, QB, Lousiville
Dede Westrook, WR, Oklahoma
Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma
Desaun Watson, QB, Clemson
...are the other guys.
I saw him play early in the season when Valor Christian was on ESPN and was impressed. We'll see how he develops.
He played QB and WR in that game.
The penultimate FPI team efficiency ratings have been posted. Following the various conference championship games taking place around the country whil Michigan stood idle, the results end up with Michigan slipping one spot to #3 after being #2 for three consecutive weeks. The team that moved ahead of M is not OSU, who remains at the #4 spot. It's the Washington Huskies who advance to #2, leapfrogging both M and OSU.
The U-M splits all declined by one spot. They are offense, #12 (down from #11); defense, #3 (down from #2); and special teams, #8 (down from #7).
Of U-M's 2016 opponents, Colorado slipped to #12 from #11, one behind #11 Florida State, who is one behind #10 Wisconsin. UCF remains rated above 6 of Michigan's other opponents this season, including Sparty. Sparty holds on to #70 and retains the title of Third Best Team in the State of Michigan. Meanwhile Western Michigan slips to #17 from #13, but has punched its ticket to the Cotton Bowl game.
Here's the selectively abbreviated synopsis of the ratings. Click the link above to see the whole list &/or sort by category:
|3||Michigan, Big Ten||77.8||89.2||71.7||90.9|
|4||OSU, Big Ten||75.0||89.4||50.1||87.8|
|8||Oklahoma, Big 12||91.1||58.1||45.0||81.6|
|10||Wisconsin, Big Ten||63.1||86.7||44.2||79.5|
|17||W Michigan, MAC||79.5||58.6||55.7||76.1|
|19||Penn State, Big Ten||68.4||67.0||59.8||73.0|
|27||Iowa, Big Ten||55.1||68.8||72.0||69.6|
|68||Maryland, Big Ten||54.2||40.6||64.9||48.9|
|70||Michigan State, Big Ten||53.2||43.1||50.5||47.9|
|71||Indiana, Big Ten||39.5||61.7||38.0||47.8|
|92||E Michigan, MAC||40.2||36.1||60.4||37.5|
|95||Cent Michigan, MAC||37.0||44.4||39.0||36.2|
|101||Illinois, Big Ten||27.6||44.4||38.1||31.3|
|116||Rutgers, Big Ten||16.2||43.0||37.6||21.9|