After a couple slow days on the board I thought I'd throw a 2 part question out there: With the NCAA's current structure getting more and more ridiculous, I'm of the opinion that something will change soon - whether it's big 5 autonomy, a Players Association, the olympic model, etc - I don't think we'll last many more years of coaches making $5M per year and players being happy now that there are free snacks. My question is - what's your ideal endgame and why? I think there are 4 main constituencies you've got to satisfy: Revenue scholarship athletes, non-revenue scholarship athletes / title 9 (this can get tricky), administrators/ADs, and fans. If you were in charge of the NCAA, how do you satisfy all 4 groups moving forward?
Title says it all.
2 top prospects will not attent that were scheduled to.
“David Harris is the most underrated player in the league,” Ryan told the New York Daily News. “It ain't close! It ain’t close! You could have a top 100... and he’s not even mentioned. And I’m like, ‘What?!’”
Normally I tune about 99.9% of what Rex says but he has a point here. In 7 NFL seasons he has 761 Tackles, 24.5 Sacks (from an ILB position) and 6 interceptions while playing in 107 out of 112 possible games. Glad to see his Michigan success has translated so well into his NFL Career.
It's about that time of year. I recently purchased the Adobe Creative Cloud and naturally decided to toy around during my spare time to make M wallpapers. I have no idea how to post images so you can check them out here:
More will follow soon enough. I'd also gladly take suggestions or requests, just keep in mind that only high-res photos make quality wallpapers (1200x1200 is generally the bare minimum) so not every player can have his own. Widescreen and standard resolutions of the first three wallpapers can be found in my Flickr account; I'll create mobile versions if enough people request them.