"I love it that Ivy League coaches are coming to our camp and Big Ten coaches are coming to our camp. South Florida is coming. We've got about 70 schools that are coming to our camp."
Last night I went to see a screening of the new movie "Act of Valor." There was an ad for it during the Super Bowl, I was intrigued, so I went. (Trailer: http://www.actofvalor.com/official/)
It is a great movie, one I really enjoyed, and I don't expect to see a better action flick this year. Hope you can see it. The main characters are a group of active duty Navy SEALs. They take out several sets of bad guys around the globe. I was dubious about what this meant, seeing it in the advertisements. Were the SEALs extras? Backgroud fill? No, it means what it says: Navy SEALs are the main actors, filmed in a story playing themselves in the role of Navy SEALs. The movie includes their wives and families, and a lot of live fire.
You might remember that the guys on the 2011 football team did something with the SEALs as a theme this last season. (Link: http://mgoblog.com/content/hoke-killed-guy.) There also has been plenty of Barwis porn and awe at the exploits of Martin, Van Bergen, et al. Watching the movie will give a greater sense and appreciation of SEALs who are truly great athletes and do this when it really matters.
Some of the acting, as expected, is a bit wooden. But at the same time, the emotions and action are also much more realistic than you will ever see captured by actors.
I suppose some of you more creative types (think: LSU Freek) will eventually use clips to create football GIFs, etc. It is somewhat problematic that our fearless leader (i.e., one Brian Cook) most closely resembles one of the two bad guy villians. That photobomb at the hockey game lends itself to this kind of photoshopping.
Anyway, just go see the movie when it comes out in a couple weeks. You'll enjoy it.
This article talks about HS athletes and tweeting and the potential consequences. This article seems to make a bigger deal out of what Terry Richardson was tweeting when he said he didn't want to redshirt and the backlash he received, they also put his picture at the top of the article. It's an interesting read but you would have thought it was written by the Free Press with the way they make Terry sound like Yuri Wright.
Yesterday I broke down the Rivals 100 and today I broke down the Rivals 250. I only wrote about players who share a strong mutual interest with Michigan, and I talked about what Michigan's chances are based off what I have heard. There are about ten guys that I believe Michigan is either the outright leader or one of the leaders for. Rivals250 Breakdown
My sincere apologies if this has been posted before but I stumbled upon this video gem and thought it was awesome..wanted to share
OL Logan Tuley-Tillman (Peoria, Ill./Manual)
OL Chris Fox (Parker, Colo./Ponderosa)
WR Laquon Treadwell (Crete, Ill./Crete-Monee)
WR Jaron Dukes (Columbus, Ohio/Marion-Franklin)
Per loud-mouthed Mike Valenti on the Valenti & Foster Facebook feed.
I honestly couldn't care less what Captain Snakeoil has to say about us, but I thought I'd pass it along....