As of right now here at the totals for the fan vote right now:
Travis Smith, Ithaca - 5,469
Malik McDowell, Southfield - 21
Lawrence Marshall, Southfeild - 38
Jayru Campbell, Cass Tech - 71
Damon Webb, Cass Tech - 6,134
Bryon Bullough, Traverse City St. Francis - 1,546
Deshaun Thrower, Muskegon - 15
Jacob Johnson, Dewitt - 1,981
Kyle Bambard, Walled Lake Western - 3,900
Alex Malzone, Brother Rice - 2,087
You can vote here:
The national record for HS QB completions in a game was 47 (set by Grant Sherman, Kenton, OH). Trey Tinsley completed 50 in a game last weekend. Tinsley is junior QB of El Toro High School in Southern California. He's the son of former USC quarterback Scott Tinsley from the 1980s.
I could find no Scout or Rivals profile on him.
While most Michigan / Minnesota games are pretty unmemorable, we all probably remember our first time. Unfortunately for me, the first Michigan vs. Minnesota game I saw live and in person was 1986. Coming into this game, Michigan was 9-0 and ranked 2nd in the country and looking like a serious contender for the MNC with only two games remaining in the regular season.
We were lead by seniors Jim Harbaugh, Garland Rivers, John Elliot, and Andy Moeller; as well as featuring running back-great Jaime Morris. This was a great Michigan football team, which pooped the bed with 5 turnovers and letting QB Ricky Foggie scramble late for 31 yards to allow Chip Lohmiller a chip shot field goal to win it with time expiring, 20-17.
In 1986, I was a young teenager who was just starting to get seriously invested in Michigan football, and the Minnesota game was my first soul-crushing dong punch I ever suffered in Michigan Stadium.
Sorry to start this off on a downer, but I'm sure the rest of us have much happier tales to tell.
I know we've done nothing to make them really afraid of us, but maybe you should keep it to yourself until you can score more than once on Iowa.
“If we win — when we win — this week, it’s definitely going to be something that can erase all of that,” Cedric Thompson said.
Jon Christenson said. “We can’t wait to take on Michigan."
“Just the fact they almost lost to Akron, they’re human,” Gophers defensive tackle Ra’Shede Hageman said. “You know what I mean? Everybody praises them to be elite, and I just feel like they’re a regular football team."
Quarterback Devin Gardner “I think he kind of just panics a lot,” Thompson said. “I think that when he scrambles, he kind of just throws the ball.”
Been called out. But talk is cheap and it's time to respond on the field. But really, Gopher smack talk??
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