Hell of a player. #1 ILB in the country to Rivals with offers from everywhere.
I am anxious to see if any UM football players decide to transfer this year. I consider it a very good sign regarding the program and Hoke's relationship with the kids if (almost) no one decides to transfer. Most of these kids were recruited by Hoke and should they decide to stick around even if they do not expect to see significant playing time, it will be significant positive signal for next year and the program.
Coach Boom is cleaning house or in a mess, not sure which. This includes a QB, TE, FB and 3 OL. Odd that is all on the offensive side considering Pease and OL coach are gone unless those kids absolutely loved those coaches.
I'm pretty sure everyone agrees right now that the assumed starters on the D-Line next year are Frank Clark at WDE, Willie Henry at 3TDT, and Pipkins at NT. However, what about SDE? I know the candidates right now are Heitzman, Godin, Wormley, Strobel, but what about Taco Charlton? As a true freshman, when he's played he's' shown great poise and potential. Do you think there's any way Hoke/Mattison would switch him over to SDE? I think if the season were to start today that Clark-Henry-Pipkins-Charlton would be the best lineup right now.
Found this on Twitter.
Shaun Crawford's dad responded to Fitz's tweet about graduation claiming that Shaun is 100% Michigan.
Title says it all. Make your plans. This information was slipped into the announcement for the inaugural Big House 5K: Trail to the Victors.
"The inaugural "Big House 5K: Trail to the Victors" will be held on Sunday, April 6.
"We are excited to host a charity race in conjunction with a great athletic weekend on the Ross Athletic Campus," said Rob Rademacher, associate athletic director. "In addition to the spring football game, we will play lacrosse, baseball and softball during this spring weekend. We look forward to having our fans and runners participate in fun and exciting races through our beautiful university and athletic campus. We will definitely make this event a 'wow' experience for all participants and help benefit and support our local Washtenaw County charitable partners."