in town for free camps
4:42 minute video featuring Devin, Denard, dodgeball and baseball.
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He had previously been in a diversionary program for under age drinking. There was apparently some interest from Hoke but he was never offered.
This might be interesting for the board since there was a topic on P. Diddy's son on the blog before. http://mgoblog.com/mgoboard/ot-p-diddys-son-commits-ucla
Diddy is a bad boy for life.
The rapper was arrested at UCLA after an altercation with his son's football coach Monday afternoon, according to TMZ.
A source reveals the fight reportedly happened after the team's assistant coach began screaming at his kid, Justin Combs, who plays defensive back on the team.
The coach was "riding Justin, screaming intensely at him," a source told the gossip site.
Things allegedly escalated quickly when Diddy confronted him in a UCLA athletic facility and eventually grabbed him.
A source alleged that Diddy wanted to call the police but his phone was taken away from him.
The mogul was arrested and is currently being held for assault at the campus jail, it was reported.
Edit: Diddy arrested on an assault with a deadly weapon charge, a kettlebell.
Like many of you, I am looking forward to more real news about football. I am particularly curious about the current state of the OL, given Drevno's (and Harbaugh's) track record. The current two deep shows:
|LT||M. Cole||L. Tuley-Tillmann||G. Newsome|
|LG||K. Kalis||D. Dawson||D. Samuelson|
|C||G. Glasgow||P. Kugler|
|RT||E. Magnuson||J. Bushell-Beatty|
How accurate is this? With the commitment palooza, there have been rumblings of medicals and attrition, and I have heard rumors of some of this coming on the OL. Are announcements like this made at any time, or at the beginning of practice in August, or the beginning of the season?
And with commitments from Ben Bredeson, Michael Onwenu, Eric Swenson, and Michigan in the running for Terrance Davis, there is obviously a strong emphasis on bringing in solid OL recruits. I'm thrilled to see this, and also wonder if looking to bring in 4 or 5 on the OL portends attrition on the line. Anyone who can shed light would be greatly appreciated. We want road graders to help both our running backs, and to give time for the passing game to get stronger.
Came across some interesting info (at least interesting enough for the off-season). In 2013, the quarterbacks with the top Wonderlic scores were:
1.Blaine Gabbert 42
2. Alex Smith 40
3. Eli Manning 39
4. Matt Flynn 38
5. Colin Kaepernick 37
For those who are unfamiliar with the Wonderlic test, it is used by the NFL to gauge intelligence. 50 is the maximum score, NFL players overall average about 20.
The reason this is interesting is that 3 of these 5 (Gabbert, Smith, Kaepernick) played for the 49ers under Harbaugh. (Also of note: Andrew Luck was ranked 7th, also with 37). Although it is already known that Harbaugh looks for smart football players, this info illustrates how heavily player intelligence factors into his decisionmaking, and perhaps provides some insight into recent recruiting offers.