Peppers at 10, which seems low.
So there are conflicting reports on the different sites. However TomVH thinks there could be a commitment in the near future.
Information is paywalled on ESPNinsider
The full audio of Gordon Gee's comedy routine is now on the internet. SI summarizes most of it here along with the full audio:
That's gold, Gordon. Gold.
EDIT: Louisville's president's response:
"I would say in that particular president's case, it's not unusual at all, to make statements, and then have to retract them later," UL president Dr. James Ramsey said. " I thank my lucky stars I'm not president of Ohio State and had some of the probation problems and some of the NCAA problems that they've had."
I feel bad for Sims, seemed like he was on the verge of being one of the better QB's in the ACC. But just like ND's Golson situation, the words "Student" and "Athlete" go hand in hand. Thoughts?
Saw this posted on MGo.Licio.us so may be redundant and removed by Mods but thought this would be a good discussion point. Also may be OT because this is not specifically a question regarding a UM player - but the situation with a UM player raised a bigger question for discussion.
Jackson Lamb - Committed to play Baseball at UM may choose to go pro:
Maybe I missed the memo, but how is it that Baseball and Hockey players can be drafted and choose whether or not to go pro or not without compromising their NCAA eligibility. Whereas Football and Basketball players must DECLARE for the draft - thus making them ineligible to continue their collegiate careers?
I feel it's another BS double-standard of the NCAA.
2013 Phil Steele Preseason Top 40 Countdown revealed he has Michigan #24 and MSU #23. More importantly, you can get a PDF preview of his writeups on both teams on his website. I still think Steele's previews are the best of all the preview mags just for the stats page.
Michigan (#24): http://www.philsteele.com/Pdf/2013Top40Countdown/24Michigan.pdf
The links for previously covered teams are still active if you are interested. Some teams of note:
Northwestern (#32): http://www.philsteele.com/Pdf/2013Top40Countdown/32Northwestern.pdf
This week's scouting report is on Peyton (CO) Falcon athlete Kalen Ballage, who plays a bunch of positions for his high school team (RB, WR, LB, S, PR) but projects best to running back at the next level, in my opinion.