"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
Per @umichfootball on twitter.
Would be thrilled if he stays.
EDIT : 16 (17 four-stars overall) Michigan commitments are in; the ones who aren't: Mike McCray (four-star), Ross Douglas, Channing Stribling, Jaron Dukes, Csont'e York, Da'Mario Jones and Scott Sypniewski.
Hurst, Poggi, Lewis, Dawson, Fox, Charlton and Kugler are among those who moved up.
Michigan has 3 of the top 7 offensive guards in the country according to their rankings as well.
Derrick Green moved up to #1 RB and #6 overall. He is now the top rated running back according to Scout and Rivals.
Shane Morris and Dymonte Thomas keep their five-star rankings.
The award for the "premier athlete of the fall season" in Northern New Jersey goes to Jabrill Peppers of Paramus Catholic, an "athlete" in the 2014 recruiting class whose current top five includes Michigan (and Stanford, LSU, Notre Dame and tSIO). He’s a 5-star on Rivals and a 4-star on Scout where he’s rated as the third best cornerback in the 2014 class. http://www.northjersey.com/sports/185972662_H_S__football__Special_honor_for_Paramus_Catholic_s_Jabrill_Peppers_for_PC_s_Peppers.html
Patrick Kugler will be taking his official visit this weekend, and it just so happens Cameron Hunt is also taking his official visit this weekend. I know a lot of people really like our chances of landing Cameron Hunt, including Tom VanHaaren. Cameron Hunt is a current Cal commit, but he seems to be really high on Michigan. That would give us 6 OL commit, all who played in All American games this year. Ohio State is in hot pursuit of Cameron Hunt as well, but I'm hoping the visit with Patrick Kugler in his ear sways him to go with the good guys this weekend.
Taking my official visit to Michigan this weekend!! #GoBlue