chance of bowl: 13.6%
I was on ND's Rivals board and saw this piece of schadenfreude that was just too good not to share. Enjoy:
I want everyone's honest answer.
If I were to tell you the following would happen under Kelly before he was hired, how many of you would have actually wanted to hire him.
He would lose ten games through two seasons.
He would oversee multiple player arrests during his first two and half seasons which would range from DUI to drug possession to assaulting a police officer.
His first three recruiting classes would finish #14, #10, and #20.
Of the total allowable allotment of scholarship players to offer during his first three years of 75, he would sign only 63 players, with two of those players being specialists.
Of those 63 players, six would no longer with the team (including the best player he has signed)which would bring his player total to 57 players over three years or an average of only 19 per year. Six players below what the average allotment would be.
Of those 57 players, 31 players would be rated three stars or lower and only five players would finish ranked in the Rivals top100.
Also contained in those classes would be 11 defensive backs, with only two players rated a four star and none in the Rivals top100.
I'll post the rest of that post down below as a comment.
Click on the link below and read through the thread. There's a couple more lengthy posts from the same guy. Other ND fans on that board accuse him of not being a ND fan and he goes off on them. Pure gold.
I know there have been countless updates, but this could be relevant news. I don't have a Scout subscription though.
That Shane Morris made his commitment to Michigan and became the first member of the class of 2013. I know we all have high expectations for him on the field, but the impact he has made off the field has been remarkable.
Here's to Team 134
Made to resemble the Irish flag for the season opener against Navy in Ireland. Let the comments flow...
EDIT: What will they do to the unis? One guy's idea, although it's an interpretation of national jerseys if American football were part of the Olympics.
The NCAA has granted Michigan State wide receiver DeAnthony Arnett's request for a residence waiver, so he will be eligible to play in 2012, the school announced today.