chance of bowl: 13.6%
Scout has revamped their rankings again, some are up and some are down. Chris Fox is down, Ben Gedeon and Jourdan Lewis are amongst the risers. Your thoughts?
Ohio's post-spring starting lineup released today.
Check it out:
Ex 5-star Michigan DB recruit Demar Dorsey will play for Hawaii this yr. A source confirmed he'll arrive at UH in late July.
5/16/12 1:08 PM
I know some of you don't really care about updates on recruits that never made it, sorry.
Just thought this was interesting to post since some of you really wanted Hoke to re-recruit him
Without revealing too much of the paywalled article on 247sports, Coach Heck visited Jordan Wilkins (4* RB from TN) school Monday. I thought this brought up some interesting discussion points...
1. Michigan is still looking for a RB for 2013. Do we really need one?
2. Even though we haven't heard much about him, Wilkins sounds to be the next top choice at RB after Isaac (coaches told him they're looking for one more RB and they want him "to be the guy.").
3. This brings up timing questions... if Coach Heck visited and talked to him on Monday, but Isaac announced on Tuesday?... hmmmm
4. How does he look / how would he fit in? (I'll leave that to the gurus on the board)
5. What does he eat for breakfast? (but seriously, I hesitated posting this, because I thought the board got a little obsessed with Isaac, but maybe we've learned our lesson?)
Wetzel says that B1G has given up on campus site playoff games due to emotional attachment to the Rose Bowl? Seems to side with Brian on the obvious benefits to the B1G with on-site playoff games. If true, I'm highly disappointed. His point re: 3 travel games in less than a month - two of which requiring air travel - really hits home. Particularly for an out of region alum like myself.
There are several MGoLawyers on this site, and there have been at least a few recent posts about law school and the profession, so I thought this might be worth posting:
You'll see that the tone is a bit annoying (even if the issues are real). Also, Sweat's father is apparently in a position to help him with future employment.