"It's a lot easier being a drug dealer than an AAU coach" - this guy. Tell me something I don't know. I mean, don't think but have never tried either.
Nice story by Andy Reid over at Rivals about Marell's journey and experience at the NFLPA All-Star Game. With his performance in the game, one would have to think he could have been a solid contributor to the defense this year. Either way, what a great representative for Michigan, and I will continue to be rooting for this kid. Definitely a Michigan Man.
According to Scout.com Analyst:
Jordan Diamond will commit to Michigan and there is a 50% chance Armani Reeves does too. Anyones thoughts?
Per Tim Sullivan's twitter. Though he thinks UM is in good shape. Interesting to say the least...
Build a statue of someone, and you have already confused the image with the man.
Not surprisingly, Orson has a typically thoughtful take on Paterno's death that is well worth reading.
Buried in this article in the DetNews: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20120123/OPINION03/201230331/Prep-Insider-Coaches-work-curb-basketball-fights?odyssey=mod|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p
Is this Nugget:
Jack and Jared Wangler have transferred to Warren DeLaSalle from Royal Oak Shrine. By MHSAA rule, both are athletically ineligible this semester, but will be eligible in the fall. Jack Wangler, a junior, is considered one of the top receivers in the Catholic League. Jared, a sophomore, is expected to play football and basketball next season.
They are the sons of former Michigan quarterback John Wangler .
Shrine administrators made a request, seeking to discourage such transfers, the Wanglers be ruled ineligible through the first semester of 2012-13, but league director Vic Michaels ruled in favor of the Wanglers.
Having one of the top WR in the Catholic League should help Shane alot this year. This seemed to be a reaccuring theme all year, Shane played well, but too many drops, not enough open recievers.
Edit: sorry for the bad formatting at the top, but I pasted the important bits.