I did not make this headline up
Junker's attorney is saying he will plead guilty to one federal and one state felony for his role in reimbursing $48,000 in campaign contributions by employees. COO Natalie Wisneski is not expected to deal and is under indictment for filing false tax returns and breaking some of the same campaign finance laws as Junker. Lobbyist Gary Husk is not expected to enter a plea, either.
Junker faces a presumptory sentence of two and a half years, but is also eligible for probation.
247Sports is reporting an offer going out to Casa Grande HS ATH Elijah Qualls.
Qualls is from Petaluma, CA and stands at 6'2", 265. He is ranked 3 star at 247 and holds offers from Cal, UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State, Washington
He projects to both FB and SDE (though not sure where he would play at Michigan)
Highlights : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XlRlG-c-OM
As of 7:00 ET, this is the lead story on the Rivals site:
Florida had a weekend similar to (but not quite as good as) UMich's. Started with four, wound up with ten.
Insert Rivals|SEC conspiracy theories at your leisure. :)
First forum topic: Feel free to neg-bang me if desired (I know a few weeks ago there were a lot of posts about Alex Kozan, but I haven't seen much lately - I may have missed some updates?), but I was just wondering about all of your thoughts...
What do you think the effect on Kozan's decision is with all of these stud offensive linemen committing (none particularly suited for center)? I feel like the coaching staff, if they are still pursuing him, could definitely convince him that this program is heading in the right direction! A highly regarded quarterback is coming in along with a couple wide-outs and several highly ranked lineman that project to both tackle and guard! Sorry, I am just super pumped right now!
So Tremendous just posted on twitter
Would anybody believe me if I said that Michigan isn't done?
I think I may pass out
Edit: He continued by saying "Not tonight, but in the very near future."