if you seek an image of the most Wisconsin OL ever, enter here
Well after this morning's mlive story that Clark wanted to make a decision after the UCLA trip but before Feb 4, he now is going to do it on NSD on ESPNU.
Not going to throw this kid under a bus but I get the idea he does like attention. Balas tweeted he really liked UM chances - if he comes back from UCLA and wants to go blue I dont see the reason to wait until Feb 4th. Especially because it would help your coach decide on how many spots are truly available. Hopefully he can let Harbaugh know a few days in advance so coach knows that he does or does not have another spot to offer someone else and is not left scrambling with hours to go. Anyhow, I'll get back off my own lawn.
4-star TE Chris Clark announcing on ESPNU on Signing Day. Like Michigan's chances here. A lot.— Chris Balas (@Balas_Wolverine) January 19, 2015
Interesting in light of recent talk about JH being able to recruit in Texas. Another big corner at 6' 2" and about 200 lbs.. Will visit this weekend and we are by far the best of his final four.
(Not sure if this has already been posted. If it has, please delete, mods.)
Need a reason to hate/dislike Jimmy Johnson? Now you have one, mgoboard. Apparently he hangs out with Urban Meyer and thinks Jim Harbaugh going back to Michigan is lame.
Via Houston Culture:
Jimmy Johnson jabs Bill Belichick, claims Jim Harbaugh took easy way out as he roars into Houston with Heart
The guy who turned the Miami Hurricanes into the most feared program in college football — and a cultural touchstone that's still relevant today — has become something of a coach guru. He goes fishing with Urban Meyer — with the Ohio State coach seeking out his expertise and bringing his son Nate along.
For all his wit and his current relaxed vibe, Johnson carries a strong sense of what's right and wrong in coaching.
That's why he's not going to join the chorus praising Jim Harbaugh for leaving the NFL to take on the Michigan job.
You want to call that move courageous? Please. Jimmy Johnson does not hesitate to paint going to a program as storied as Michigan as something of the easy way out.
"You look at the top schools in college and there's the chance to win 10, 11, 12 games and play for the national championship every year," he says. "The difference between the top schools and everyone else is just so huge.
"You're guaranteed by just showing up that you're going to win eight or nine. On the pro level, that's not the way it is. It's a grind."
If you are still wondering why Jimmy Johnson never returned to coaching despite some serious courting over the years, the way he talks about the extreme toll of NFL coaching now is instructive. "You have no life other than coaching in professional football," Johnson says. "In college, you at least have some opportunity to spend some time with your family."
YES, HARBAUGH TOOK THE EASY WAY OUT COMING TO HIS ALMA MATER. HE WILL MOST DEFINITELY NOT STAY. WAIT THOSE TWO THINGS ARE OPPOSITE, OH WHY DO YOU CONFUSE ME NFL
si.com reports NFL Investigation for Patriots cheating with football deflation in AFC Championship game. Report comes from Indianapolis, GO FIGURE.
I call Bullshit on Indianapolis for being whiny! Brady is Awsome!
What do you think?
Edit: The entire point of this is that Brady has been hot this season. Patriots kicked ass in the game and now Indianapolis is calling foul play and that the Patriots used a deflated ball? It is an investigation and came from Indianapolis.
Does Tom Brady really need to use a deflated football to win the game? He is a Michigan QB and I will defend his play on the field just as I am rooting for the Patriots to win the SB.
Maize-N-Blue Rules. Michigans former QB is great!
Down vote me for the thread, it's not like it is not everywhere to be read. Since the excitement of Harbaugh it has been getting a little boring on the blog other then the recruit information. Fall can't get here soon enough.