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These are rare and it's late anyways.
- Chris Clark's final visit is to UCLA and will be next week, but Harbaugh has an in-home visit scheduled with the young man after his UCLA visit. That bodes well for Michigan
- Joe Burrow was indeed the B1G recruit that Michigan got in contact with but he is sticking with OSU (in other news, their other current QB commit, Torrance Gibson, just visited Auburn and many think he will end up pledging to the Tigers). McLane Carter is still a possibility and Harbaugh will continue recruiting other QBs.
- Jay Harbaugh visited Patrick Allen, a 4-star OL from Maryland who visited UM in September, at school this past week. UM will be in his final four with Georgia, Tennessee, and Oklahoma. It'll be tough to pull him to Ann Arbor but the fact that this staff can grab a kid's attention so swiftly certainly bodes well for 2016 and beyond.
According to the BursleyHall82 Sports Bureau (and please correct me if I'm wrong), this will be the first time in history that two Big Ten quarterbacks will meet as starters in the Super Bowl.
Only four B1G quarterbacks have ever won a Super Bowl: Bob Griese, Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Russell Wilson. And now we have a little B1G-on-B1G action.
Couple that with Ohio's National Championship and the Harbaugh Hiring, and this has been a pretty damn good couple of weeks for B1G football.
According to 247, Durkin offered 2015 OH OT Nolan Ulizio . He is listed at 6-6/280 and 247 has him as a 2 star.
I dont believe he's been on the radar before but the coaches must obviously like him. All the 247 crystal balls (FWIW) have him as a Michigan lock (he is currenly committed to Uconn ?)
Has anyone ever seen him play or heard anything about him ? This one is new to me.
With the Patriots up 45-7 in the 4th, it's all but done.
The Lombardi Trophy has been hoisted by a Michigan Wolverine 42 times.
And depending on who wins the Patriots-Seahawks showdown, that number could go up to 43 or 45.
Patriots: Tom Brady, Alan Branch, Cam Gordon
Seahawks: Stephen Schilling
Here is every Super Bowl Champion that wore the winged helmet.
|Player||Pos.||U-M Years||Super Bowl(s)||Team|
|Jim Mandich||TE||1967-1969||VII, VIII||Dolphins|
|Jim Smith||WR||1974-1976||IX, X||Steelers|
|Dwight Hicks||S||1974-1976||XVI, XIX||49ers|
|Bubba Paris||OT||1978-1981||XIX, XXIII, XXIV||49ers|
|Ty Law||CB||1992-1994||XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX||Patriots|
|Tom Brady||QB||1995-1999||XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX||Patriots|
|Larry Foote||LB||1998-2001||XL, XLIII||Steelers|
No Wolverine has been to more Super Bowls than Tom Brady. And if the Patriots get the win, he will break the 3-way tie of Super Bowls won that is between himself, his former teammate Ty Law and Bubba Paris.
This isn't as funny as the other impersonations, imo, because he doesn't have the voices as down as he does for Madden and Gruden, but the jokes are still pretty solid. Plus, Jim Harbaugh makes an appearance