"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
Per the Gaming Tailgate website:
Roster files can be downloaded via EA Locker, an in-game feature. You do NOT need to add these users to your friends list. How to get the rosters via EA Locker: From the game's main menu, click on Team Management > Roster Sharing > Download > Download (again). Continue on for full instructions on how to download rosters.
For the roster file, search for the following user ID within EA Locker:
PS3: gamingtailgate (Created by BigWY; Players & Coaches Named, No Edits)
360: Still awaiting confirmation of a complete file from known creator.
For the latest on NCAA Football 13 rosters and their availibility, keep checking this article, the Rosters tab at the top of the page or FreeCollegeRosters.com.
Freeh Report release this morning at 9am on the PSU Sandusky scandal.
Freeh Report text:
Freeh Press Release on Report (summary of findings):
Live coverage of press conference at 10am (one of these links should work):
Deadspin obtained drafts of Freeh preparation for Q & A at today's press conference:
I put a halt to my scouting reports several weeks ago because most recruits are off the board or unlikely to choose Michigan. However, there are a couple more who have listed serious interest in Michigan, so I'll continue the series for at least a couple more entires before moving on to 2014 kids.
This week I took a look at Leon McQuay III. There are a lot of good safeties in the country. McQuay is one of them, although perhaps not in that top tier. I wrote last year that I think Jarrod Wilson is Michigan's best free safety recruit in a long time. If McQuay were to commit to Michigan, that would give us a second very good safety prospect in the pipeline.
I remember a post several weeks back that was talking about OL recruiting at OSU, and how it was reaching dangerous levels with the commitment of Pocic to LSU. Most OSU types fully expected that Pocic would fall to them with Mich and ND being filled up, and quite nicely I might add, with alot of quality OL recruits already. They also expected an OG by the name of Khaliel Rodgers out of Maryland to eventually choose the Bucks. Rodgers was the kid who caused quite a little stir a while ago when he tweeted that an offensive line with both he and David Dawson would be dominant. While that was a fun talking point, OSU has now really come up against it as Rodgers pledged to USC today. They have very low numbers this year anyway much like what we have. Out of the 14 pledges in this class so far they have 1 OL, Evan Lisle . . . . thats it!! They did bring in 5 commits last year that will be Fresh this year. 2, 4-star OT's and 3, 3-star OG's. Just very interesting to keep an eye on this as they are now down to not their primary or even secondary targets, but really the guys that would the third choice according to their OL offer board on Scout. Urban recruits skill guys very well, but OL . . . not so much so far. Is it harder to sell midwest guys on his version of the spread??
Meanwhile, up in AA . . . OL recruits are our strength. Gonna be fun to watch!!
Mod Edit: Not OT [zl]
Title says it all. Doesn't hurt us obviously, but his name has been mentioned for a visit over the last month. Man is USC putting a great class together, even for USC. Their lowest commit out of 13 is ranked 162nd in the Rivals 250.
Didn't see this posted anywhere, but here is Jack Kennedy's official music video for the song, "Away". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWo5gYry1Cw&feature=player_embedded