I think you will get your wish.
Edit: Just to clarify, not my handiwork. Found it on mgovideo who found it on mgoblue. Just putting it out there for the people.
I was looking to see if there was a press release about VT's practices, but the only decent article I could find was this one.
I kind of liked this quote from one of their DB's (as you can tell by my thread title).
"He's very explosive," Hokies safety Eddie Whitley said. "I even play with him on the video game. He's a dynamic player."
So Valenti and Foster bring up Meyer stealing Pittman from MSU. Mike says Mich and MSU are in trouble because Meyer is a recruiting monster. Now the topic is brought up by
1. MSU alum
2. MSU lost the recruit
3. MSU has had the better team for 4 years
and over the course of an hour I heard 15 Michigan callers, 0 MSU callers and when they added on the topic it became who will have the better record over the next 5 years Hoke or Meyer. I think when they brought it up the 3rd time Foster said throw Dantonio in there as well.
I know usual talk radio caveats apply to screening out normal calls and such , but I think it is interesting how little buzz MSU gets. I may have missed it but where was the Sparty outrage over losing a recruit to Ohio or not even being part of the discussion about the top team.
So UM fans, you've savoring a great season and being "back", and are in a fine mood while waiting for your BCS game. While we're waiting for bowl season to start, thought it would be a good time to invite some looking back to other good seasons.
With all the great teams you've fielded over the years, what is your all-time best ever University of Michigan Wolverines football team, and why?
Just to get started, here's my take on the best Nebraska team, the 1971 13-0 NC Cornhuskers:3-0 vs. #s 2-3-4 teams in final poll (Oklahoma, Colorado, Alabama); Trailed in only one game (#2OU); 6 first team All Americans, 4 2nd team or honorable mention.
Oh yeah, and we'll try to give you a little more competitive game next year in Lincoln.
To ease the pain of losing a recruit we never actually had, just know that his cousin, one of the best players in Ohio for 2013, is strong in his commitment to Michigan despite a recent OSU offer.
Title says it all.
BillBankGreene Bill Greene
RT @ScoutRecruiting Dunn Reaffirms To Buckeyes
Edited in thoughts:
Firstly this is a big shame, as Dunn is a talented back who could have really helped the transition to a pro style offense in 2013. In the end, he went with his heart, and for that we cannot blame him; he's chosing to live out his dream and play for OSU. If he's as good as some say he is (scout.com 5* prospect), then he'll have success in whatever scheme OSU uses, or Meyer will adapt his offense slightly. Whatever the case it'll be interesting to see how is career at OSU shapes up.
It's certainly not the end of the world, as Michigan has paid at least two visits to see 2013 RB Ty Issac in last few weeks, and we're probably going to have a good chance in his recruitment.
As for the rest of the class, Dunn's decision now makes things a lot clearer. In my view, it's likely to end up with Chesson, Grant, Kozan, Reeves and Wright as the five.
- If Grant sticks with Boston College, then expect UM to go hard after J.P Holtz
- Personally I don't like our chances with Diamond, Banner or Garnett, but even if we lose out on Kozan, we'll still take a 6th offensive lineman because our depth is so poor; it will just be a random prospect that hasn't come onto the radar yet.