landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
I just came across this surfing and thought the board would like the images.
It's official--we've added seven players to the Michigan family:
- Drake Harris
- Wilton Speight
- Bryan Mone
- Freddy Canteen
- Brandon Watson
- Michael Ferns
- Mason Cole
I believe all seven of these guys are future starters. But who will make an impact in 2014? The guy with the best chance on paper is Bryan Mone, since we don't have any established players at NT. But I'm going to pick Freddy Canteen, who has freakish quickness and good speed (reported to have run a 4.43 40). If he's half the technician he appears to be on tape and is a willing blocker, then his EE conditioning might get him into the line-up early. Drake Harris is another possibility.
Speight is up against two good QBs with game experience, Watson is on a depth chart with a plethora of quality DBs (that felt good to say), Ferns is one of many talented LBs, and, finally, we should be able to redshirt all of our incoming OL, so Cole should get a year of seasoning,
Welcome to the family, and GO BLUE!
BCS National Championship game tonight.
What are your predictions for the game?
I have FSU winning 35-31.
BCS championship in Pasadena, Calif.
No. 1 Florida State (13-0) vs. No. 2 Auburn (12-1)
Time/TV: 8:30 p.m. ET/ESPN. Surface: Grass.
Glantz-Culver line: Florida State by 8½. Sagarin difference: Florida State by 14.63.
Bowl records: Florida State 24-14-2, Auburn 22-13-2. Series: Auburn leads 13-4-1 (won last meeting 20-17 in 1990).
Some of us are still shaking off the solar plexus blow from December 29th: the firing of first-year HC Rob Chudzinski. As a longtime Browns fan this is all the more maddening when one considers that a prolonged hiring process by the new owner of the franchise, Jimmy Haslam, yielded the hiring of Chudzinski. In the fallout from this stunning turn of events, I have reconsidered how much of my fandom I wish to endow with the franchise. As a mover and shaker in a city that I love, as a driving force behind change, as a unifier of people across wide social strata - those benefits I still know and appreciate.
But the pattern of long-term incompetence still beleaguers the team and the front office. This article I came across today is a fascinating, near-encyclopedic primer on what many Browns fans are feeling today:
Cleveland Frowns' take on the situation, which also links the above article:
Also being considered is J. Gruden.
And, OK, his name is really Ken Whisenhunt.
MOD EDIT: Now, now....be nice to potential head coaches for the Lions. - LSA