things go poorly
Apparently Coach Saban will be offering 4-year scholarships at Alabama... Surprising and interesting...
BRAND NEW CHARLIE
When we last left our story, Charlie Blockham awoke to the sounds of
his mother telling him to get ready for school. She also pointed out his hair,
which has grown to monumental proportions in the two months since the
strip has began. What's a full-headed boy to do?
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I'm very proud to announce that we're doing something very different and
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That's right-- The Blockhams Goes Temporarily Daily!!
For one week only we'll be honoring the hair and style of Ryan Van Bergen and others with AN ENTIRE WEEK OF BLOCKHAMS STRIPS!! The young Blockham has embraced his new identity and the changes that have arrived with it... but what will happen when the new and imrpoved Charlie takes the act to East Pneumonia Elementary???
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TTB Andrew interviewed Ben Braden a few days ago. Braden says he's up to 6'7", 325 lbs. and not planning on redshirting.
2013 safety Marcus McWilson from Youngstown (OH) Cardinal Mooney committed to Nebraska today. Top 20ish Ohio player (Rivals #142 player overall) that had didn't have a Michigan offer. Still plenty of time to Signing Day but interesting that another top Ohio player leaves the state for now. Urban Liar has adopted a completely different strategy from Tressel by neglecting top 250 talent from Ohio for other elite players nationally instead of locking up the home state.
Per Damon Sayles at ESPN.
Alex Kozan down to two: 247Sports has learned that 2012 offensive lineman Alex Kozan has narrowed his search to ... bit.ly/A7UGI1
This is paywalled, but you can deduce from the non-blocked member comments that UM is one of the final two. Judging from comments on the Hawkeyes board, Auburn, and not Iowa, is the other remaining school at which Kozan may
complete his visionquest play football.