Washington OL Joshua Garnett was originally planning on visiting Michigan for the Ohio State game. That changed, though, and he's now going to be in for the Notre Dame game on September 10th.
He has a top 11 right now, which Michigan is in. He plans on cutting that list down soon, and since he's already planning on visiting you can bet Michigan will be in the short list as well.
Just something to keep in mind, he and commit Erik Magnuson have become pretty good friends lately. Magnuson will also be in Ann Arbor for the Notre Dame game.
A day after losing Mikel Leshoure to a season-ending Achilles injury, the Lions signed Jerome Harrison and Mike Bell to fill the spot in the offensive backfield.
It's kind of funny because both players were traded for each other last year, and are joining forces this year.
I was really looking forward to seeing Leshoure be our bell cow this year, but Harrison is a solid RB and Bell isn't to shabby himself. Hopefully they can help get the Best out of our RB Corp.
Title says it all. We'll find out if he goes blue or if our additional DB commit will come from Yuri Wright instead. Both good options, in my opinion.
2001 Citrus Bowl vs Auburn on BTN now, followed by 2011 basketball vs MSU, then 2003 vs Minnesota. Great night to watch some Michigan sports.
Would be a perfect fit for Dallas ("America's Team" and self-centered fan base, much like his alma mater), if of course he is eligible for the supplemental draft.
In other unrelated news, Mike Valenti is a tool. Even on twitter! http://twitpic.com/63ou5u
With its acquisition of NBC from GE now complete, cable TV service provider Comcast announced today that it is planning to move some ND games (likely the lower profile ones) from broadcast (NBC) to cable (Versus). This will significantly reduce the number of homes those games reach. This is part of Comcast's strategy to rebrand Versus as NBC Sports. Not sure what this means for the future relationship between Comcast/NBC and ND, but I would think it would not be a plus for ND.