Peppers at 10, which seems low.
There's 5 weeks until the start of Michigan Football and I feel the need for a great hype video.
Any way we could hold a competition for the best one of 2014? Could we do a Kickstarter to raise prize money, or does someone have really awesome tickets they could donate to the winner?
According to Yahoo Sports, Texas has dismissed three players from the football team. Sophomores DB Chevoski Collins and RB Jalen Overstreet were both dismissed for violation of team rules. Senior Joe Bergeron was also dismissed. It appears he may have been for academic reasons.
Also Junior WR Kendall Sanders and Sophomore WR Montrel Meander were indefinitely suspended for sexual assault. Sanders also faces a charge of improper photography so I think there could be plenty of evidence against them. They also were texting each other during police interviews to get their story straight. Expect them to be dismissed also.
There are more details on the sexual assault here.
Here is the link to the police report on the sexual assault.
Edit: Since this was posted Senior Safety Josh Turner and Senior LB Kendall Thompson have also been dismissed. We are now up to 5 dismisals and 2 indefinite suspensions.
Edit 2: Kendall Thompson was dismissed because of multiple concussions.
Apologies for the OMG SHIRTLESS faithful, but I don't know how to embed instagram shots - but Wolverine247 posted this on Facebook today. Dude was already a monster, and now he is the hulk!
Freshman athlete Jabrill Peppers shows off his improved physique after only a short time with the Michigan strength and conditioning staff.
If someone else can embed, that would be appreciated!
This looks good for Michigan, no?
With the BBQ on Sunday and this tweet backed up by a 247sports piece confirming it....hmm....
Tyriq Thompson will be making his college decision very very soon!!!— King Crusaders (@DetKingFootball) July 24, 2014
For those who didn't already know, his father is Clarence Thompson. He played Safety here from 1993-1996, out of MLK as well. Tyriq's number at MLK is the number his dad wore for the majority of his Michigan career (#17).