Peppers at 10, which seems low.
The gist of the articles is what most here believe - Tom Brady didn't intend to break the rules, didn't instruct anyone to break the rules, and likely didn't actually break the rules. All arguments made before, but in the inimitable Poz style.
2018 OL recruit Antwan Reed is transferring from Muskegon High (MI) to IMG Academy this year, per Allen Trieu.
The 6'7, 285-pound junior is a rising recruit, with offers from Michigan, MSU, Florida, Penn State, Tennessee and Virginia Tech at this juncture.
247 profile: http://247sports.com/Player/Antwan-Reed-86297
There's a new member of the Fictional U-M Grad Club, joining President Marshall in "Air Force One," Ari Gold in "Entourage" and everybody in "The Big Chill."
In the new all-female "Ghostbusters" movie, Melissa McCarthy's character, Abby Yates, is a Michigan grad. (Forgive the Freep link.)
Go Blue, Melissa.
I've noticed a curious phenomenon on this blog and the currently active Sparty disrespekt thread reminded me of it. Since there is exactly nothing else going on in the Michigan football universe at the moment, I have a question.
Why do you feel the need to defend OSU, and especially MSU, in every single thread about either team? I'm pretty sure that there's no one on their boards saying "Michigan is going to kick our asses this and every year now that they have Harbaugh as coach", or anything similar.
And yet, every single time OSU or MSU is mentioned here, several people show up in a thread with...
"MSU will be great as long as Dantonio is coach", "We can't say anything until we beat OSU", etc, etc.
Matt Hinton re-upped this article on twitter recently, and I dove back in with fresh eyes. Last year, when it was published, it didn't seem to have much Michigan relevance...
But this season it is very much worth checking out. I won't duplicate the content here, but these ingredients in particular were notable:
2. A First-Term Coach
Read to see just what he means. But yeah, we've got that. And it makes the importance of this season all the more significant.
3. A Defensive Line of Doom
4. A Stellar Secondary
Check here too.
It really is quite insightful and worth reading the whole thing with Michigan-tinted glasses. Also notable: Read the section on "Having a Proven Quarterback." Spoiler: It's not where you think it is at all.
Is it September yet