I did not make this headline up
Had a nasty nightmare last night. I woke in a sweat looking around to see if I had died and gone to hell. We didn't hire JH. I laid there at 3 in the AM and wondered what the reaction would have been like for others. Are there actually those out there that would have been fine with it? Or are most like me feeling the apocalypse had begun? Could there have been people jumping from buildings as in 1929? It is to me a life changing hire. It gives me hope and enthusiasm in a part of my life that was severely lacking for years. The future looks bright. How would others have reacted to no Harbaughing? Was there anyone else that could have brought this same feeling ?
Adding to the ongoing discussion on this board about compensation for athletes, here is John Oliver's intelligent and witty take on it.
I realize Shane Morris is still in "the conversation," but things aren't looking too good for him right now. Based on what we've been hearing out of spring practice, the battle is really between Alex Malzone and Wilton Speight. So my question to the board is, of those two, who would you rather see start?
Speight has the measurables. He's 6'6" and 230 lbs., but has mechanical issues. He threw a crucial INT at the Under Armour game. But he redshirted and should be an ideal fit for Harbaugh's offense if he can improve.
Malzone is accurate, cerebral, and has been the most impressive with his consistency. But he's 6'2" and only a true frosh. I find it hard to believe that we can get to 9+ wins and upset MSU and OSU with a true frosh, but I suppose anything's possible with Harbaugh.
Didn't see this posted yet here. Link to the latest practice update. For you Karsch fans he is back hosting this one. Blake Countess with the pull quote in regards to the Harbaugh brothers battling on Amelia Island.
Also has anyone found a way to embed the mgovideo player? I don't mind clicking through but I know some people prefer it right in the post here.
Looks like he had a bad day at pro day.
4* Thousand Oaks, CA WR Theo Howard has committed to Oregon. He was a fairly top target for the staff and had called Michigan his "dream school" in the past. Was supposedly visiting for the spring game, we will see if that still happens in the wake of his verbal commitment.