Peppers at 10, which seems low.
Credit to olsont, who mentioned this in the Greg Harden thread but didn't have the requisite points to post.
I have seen the short promotion video on this and finally found the full video on Youtube as I do not have Showtime. Well worth the 15 minutes.
I know there were a lot of questions about why our LB coach, Roy Manning, who played LB at Michigan and in the NFL, was moving to CB coach.
Mlive has an interesting article suggesting his rapport with our new CB recruits may have been a big factor. It also points out the the defensive backfield still has Curt Mallory coaching safeties. I'll bet a lot of the time they are coaching together.
For those who wondered why Michigan assistant Roy Manning was given the new position of cornerbacks coach earlier this winter, you may have part of your answer.
After being one of the main point men in Michigan's long and competitive recruitment of five-star 2014 corner Jabrill Peppers, Manning struck again on the recruiting trail Monday when the Wolverines landed four-star corner Garrett Taylor -- the top player in the state of Virginia.
Shortly after announcing his commitment via Twitter on Monday, Taylor spoke with Rivals.com about one of the main reasons why he chose to come to Ann Arbor.
Manning's name was almost immediately uttered.
Started from the bottom now we here.
I know the guys who run this site know Dickens and bring him up every once in awhile during podcasts. Obviously they dealt with him since he was the PR guy for the program.
Official MGoBlue release: http://www.mgoblue.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/032514aaa.html
I really wasn't sure.
It's hilarious to me that college and pro football are losing attendence every year and wonder why that is.
They've already outlawed dancing celebrations and now they're outlawing dunking on the goalposts.
Original founder and longtime owner of the Buffalo Bills, Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. has passed away at 95 years old.
Wilson, who resided in Grosse Pointe, has ties to the University of Michigan and was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2009.
R.I.P. Mr Wilson.