this guy evidently hired to work for AD
BeyondTheBets.com is looking for college football "experts", they're hoping to sign up volunteers for each team to write about team updates, injury info, analysis and picks......thought some of the MGoBlog.com community may be interested in looking into this.....
Meinke posted a story about what he believes are the five position battles to watch during camp. The two that stick out to me are at LG and WR. Meinke lists Burzynski as a possibility to be the starter at LG, namely because he has been impressive and got the start in the spring game. I think starting the spring game is overrated, especially since Mealer was backing up at other positions on the line. Add in Hoke's loyalty to seniors, and I see Mealer batting super-freshman Kalis for that spot.
Also interesting was the battle for No. 3 WR. Chesson and Darboh have an excellent chance to contribute this year.
Mgoblue.com now has an updated roster - it says "Spring Roster" but that's a misprint. Some of the weights are different from the earlier ones posted in the Media Guide, and a few are interesting:
T. Rich + 8. to 162 (soaking wet?)
Funchess +4 to 229 (close to legit TE size)
B. Moore +7 to 268
Drake Johnson +6 to 209
Hopkins +5 to 240 (not sure if this is a good thing)
J. Clark +9 to 200
Houma +6 to 227
Wilkins +4 to 294
Wormley +11(!) to 279 (playable)
RJS +7 to 213 (that's more like it)
Ojemudia +8 to 231 (ditto)
Willie Henry +12 (!) to 314 (good weight??)
Braden -11 to 308 (probably a good sign)
Blake Bars + 8 to 291
Godin +7 to 277 (playable)
Ryan Glasgow +9 to 294 (Pfd. WO Freshman DL)
This is the last of the five part senior leadership training series. I'm hoping for some practice footage tonight.
The sequel. Or just more random touchdowns, whatever you want to call it.
EDIT: Since someone wisely pointed out that I left out 110, I went back and made a new copy and just threw Mike Hart in there. Scroll down to find the new embed.
September 1st Arlington, TX Michigan vs. Alabama
September 8th Baton Rouge, LA Washington at LSU
September 15th Little Rock, AR Alabama at Arkansas
September 22nd Tallahassee, FL Clemson at Florida State
September 29th East Lansing, MI Ohio State at Michigan State
October 6th Columbia, SC Georgia at South Carolina
October 13th Baton Rouge, LA South Carolina at LSU
October 20th Ann Arbor, MI Michigan State at Michigan
October 27th Madison, WI Michigan State at Wisconsin
November 3rd Los Angeles, CA Oregon at USC
November 10th Stillwater, OK West Virginia at Oklahoma State
November 17th Morgantown, WV Oklahoma at West Virginia
November 24th Columbus, OH Michigan at Ohio State
December 1st Atlanta, GA SEC Championship Game
January 1st Pasadena, CA Rose Bowl Game
January 7th Miami Gardens, FL National Championship Game