landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
He will take his talents to UCLA instead. This was a weird recruitment overall. Initial commitment was to USC, then De-Commit and surprisingly picked ND over UCLA and Alabama. Now this.
http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=9339164&categoryid=8536673 Brad knows that he may catch some slack from his loyal Buckeye followers, but it sounds like Ferns is really impressing!
Where is Blue Tier seating at the Big House?
I am proud to be a new season ticket holder this year, and I got my application in the mail yesterday which states that seats are usually in the end zone or blue tier. I can't find the Blue tier on any stadium maps.
<edit> I changed the title because I didn't think my single question was really worthy of a post, and this has evolved into a thread with general questions about seating and season tickets...
Mike C. from TTB interviewed Paramus (NJ) Catholic offensive tackle Juwann-Bushell Beatty. He talks quite a bit about the things he needs to improve, and I think it's good that these BCS players go into college knowing that they need to work on many aspects of their game.
So, I'm heading to the "Sports-O-Rama" tomorrow in Chicago with Hoke & Beilein. I doubt there will be any opportunity (or need) to ask any questions. Still, if you have any questions to suggest, and should there be opportunity, I'll ask them. So feel free to give me your questions. Oh, and if those of you who have gone to these things have any pertinent advice, please let me know.
There is a nice article over at the Freep on Chase Winovich.
Much of the discussion here and elsewhere has questioned whether his offer list and 3 star ranking are in synch. There are a couple comments in the article that shed some light on this for me (which is why I posted a link for the article):
Although he’s a three-star prospect, Winovich has plenty of upside for the Wolverines. He played safety as an underclassman for Thomas Jefferson High School and made the switch to linebacker during his junior campaign, while also starting at running back for the Jaguars. The position switch paid off.
“My numbers seem low when you compare them to other (top linebackers), but I think I had like 77 (tackles) and the next kid on my team had like 40,” Winovich explained. “I did make all-conference, and I only played linebacker for about eight games last year.”
If last year was his first year at LB, and he already did this well, it would explain why both Hoke and Urban were interested in locking him down. I actually think he was ranked appropriately, but I also believe he has a high ceiling. I'd love to see him redshirt, just like Ryan, and come in and play in 2015 as a redshirt freshman.