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"The referee told Deadspin that Cousins 'never apologized or even showed any kind of regret.' As Deadspin's Timothy Burke wrote, a witness on the field said that Cousins was 'legitimately mad and not just playing it up for show.'"
Supposedly this happened after a team vote.
Earlier this week Michigan picked up Jared Davis as a Preferred Walk On from my hometown, and new football hotbed, Frankenmuth!
Frankenmuth is of course known for anything but football, which is why it's interesting that he'll be the 2nd current UM football player from Frankenmuth, a town of 4,898 people. He joins his "role model" and current walk-on Nick Volk, a 5'11" 250 fullback and also a former Frankenmuth QB. That means Frankenmuth has a higher per-capita representation on the roster then any other city except Bloomfield Hills.
"Davis played quarterback and defensive back for the Eagles, leading Frankenmuth to the Division 5 semifinals. He completed 62 of 110 passes for 1,225 yards and 13 touchdowns, adding 966 yards and 16 touchdowns on the ground.
He is expected to play defensive back for the Wolverines. At Frankenmuth, the 5-foot-11, 190-pound senior had 70 tackles, four interceptions and nine pass deflections."
It also says he runs a 4.7 second 40, which gets 3 fakes out of 5.
After a 3 year absense, the Battle at The Big House returns.
This time we will do it the right way. Michigan will face OSU in Men's Lacrosse BEFORE the Football Spring Game, as opposed how we used to have it after the punt exhibition during the last permnanet AD's tenure.
The game will start at 10:30am and will be live on BTN, so I'm guessing the Spring Game will be at 1pm or so.
Brady Hoke to Tennessee? https://www.seccountry.com/tennessee/vols-hoke-discussion
This is the real reason they started the cost of attendance payments.
Super Bowl LI is tomorrow and our own Tom Terrific and his NE Patriots play the dangerous Atlanta Falcons. The Patriots are 3 point favorites, though I think the line was 2 points when the game first was set. Both teams have done well against the spread, 15-3, 12-6 for NE and Atl, respectively.
Also, many folks will make time to attend or host a gathering to watch the game. If you are like our house, our ladies spoil us with so many hors d' ouvres that we never even make it to any type of main course for dinner. We all enjoy watching the game, and I suppose like most people, we want an exciting game, not a one-sided blow out.
So, the 2 questions are these:
1. Who are you picking to win the game, and extra points for 'why'?
2. If you're going to be watching it, what's on the menu and where/with whom will you watch?
Have a great weekend,