Peppers at 10, which seems low.
Kind of talked about it a little yesterday.
My picks for who will wear the vacant Legends numbers are Chesson for #21 and Countess for #11.
The only reason I think they'd give Chesson #21 is because he's the only true receiver to have any significant playing time. This year is interesting because this is the first year we don't have a clear choice for #21 unlike 2012 and 2013.
Something I don't see happening but would make sense would be for Funchess to change from #87 to #21 since he is pretty much all but listed as a receiver, and Butt to get #87 since he's a TE.
This would drive many people crazy who already can't keep up with the crazy amount of number changes, though.
Top 10 lists from a site called collegespun, which I don't know much about. But it's based on current stubhub prices, so not a difficult analysis. Two lists, one for the entire county and one for the B1G.
Michigan-Notre Dame is the most expensive game anywhere next year, by a long shot: at $428 it's more than $100 above the next most expensive game (the Iron Bowl), while The Game comes in #4 at $307.
For B1G games, Michigan and Ohio State dominate the list. Highlights are #9 at Sparty for $153, #6 hosting PSU for $159, and the aforementioned ND and Ohio games, which are #2 and #1 on the B1G list, respectively.
Nice article in the NYTimes about Stevie Brown's comeback. No major news, but he's on schedule, presumabely in time for the start of the season.
He doesn't want to play for his dad and has interest in our campus. I'm really not sure how good a prospect he is but Miles is at the Sound Body camp. I just thought this was mildly interesting.
ESPN has a nice article on the ranking OL in the BIG based on their experience. Here is a short list
3. Indiana: 130 career starts
4. Minnesota: 129
19. Northwestern: 100
22. Rutgers: 99
23. Illinois: 96
46. Wisconsin: 74
66. Iowa: 62
T-68. Maryland: 61
T-68: Michigan State: 61
107. Michigan: 37
116. Nebraska: 32
117. Purdue: 31
126. Ohio State: 21
127. Penn State: 20
Similar to us, our three main competitors do not have a lot of experience on the OL either.
Edit: link is not behind paywall