Per Sam Webb Ty Issac just hit campus about an hour ago. Although most paywall sites state he will visit USC later this month but can the coaches pull it off today? We have one commit today could Issac be number two? I think we're match made in football heaven. What does the board think?
Lets break this down:
Washington gets: St. Louis's 2nd over all pick this year
St. Louis gets: Washington's Next 3 1st round picks, and a 2nd rounder.
Got it. Nothing to see here, just Daniel Snyder being Daniel Snyder.
EDIT: And with the 1st and 2nd overall picks in the 2013 NFL Draft, the St. Louis Rams select.
Gareon Conley just posted on his twitter page that he's verbally committing tomorrow. Seeing as he's here tomorrow, I'm gonna go ahead and assume that's good news.
An interesting tidbit in an article on coachingserach.com about the recent Borges radio interview:
Unofficially, Saban and Kirby Smart have asked new defensive grad assistant Jules Montinar to breakdown every game Al Borges has called plays in since 1986.
While the Bama Coaches Noon-time Basketball Association continues its season, Montinar is reviewing old film from Portland State, Boise State, Oregon, UCLA, Cal, Indiana, Auburn, San Diego State, and last season's Michigan team.
Now, Saban might just be messing with the new guy or getting him prepared for the many film breakdowns that will come during the season. But, that seems like an awful lot of game film. I was kind of hoping Saban might be resting on his laurels heading into the game. Oh well, there is only so much planning you can do for Denard.
Apparently Urban's disciplinary actions aren't PC. Fortunately he and his staff "have core values of respect and honor within our program, and these are two principles that are central to my personal life, my coaching and to Ohio State and its athletics programs. Bias has absolutely no role in how we think or operate"
I saw this suggestion to restrict players' tweets this morning. I won't cite the source so the statement can be evaluated on it's own merits.
"Free speech isn't absolute. Actually, it's anything but 'free'.
There remains this misguided notion that the Constitution somehow guarantees no consequences when our words are disruptive, hurtful or reckless.
Twitter has become a needless headache for college football coaches. It's challenging enough for them to monitor 100-plus players at 11 p.m., but now they also must worry about what incendiary missives players might send into unfiltered cyberspace.
Michigan . . . should ban all football-related tweets from players -- and strongly consider banning all tweets. Many tweets serve no purpose but to inflame or potentially embarrass. And if a player objects on the grounds of personal rights, he should be reminded that the opportunity to represent a quality institution is a privilege -- one that could be revoked."