to play football, not to play trumpet
You probably missed it, because the Pro Bowl is horrendous, but Charles Woodson played his very last football game tonight. They did a nice little tribute to him at the end, with Jon Gruden reflecting on what an honor it was to coach him.
It's not ideal that his final game was a beyond-meaningless Pro Bowl, but let's pause to honor the occasion.
No. 2, you were the greatest Wolverine of my lifetime. Godspeed and good luck.
Interesting article on 247 about colleges with the most SB appearances, if you're curious.
We'll add at least 2 more this year with Schofield and Funchess.
T4. Michigan (104) (PSU)
Others of interest:
1. Miami (117)
6. Notre Dame (101)
T10. Ohio State (87) (Georgia)
T19. Michigan State (72) (ASU)
I did some googling and couldn't really find much about Glasgow's performance in yesterday's senior bowl. Can anyone who watched give some info? We had seen reports that his stock was rising in practice, but I was wondering how he looked in the game specifically.
Thanks in advance.
A 5 star long snapper according to Kohls Kicking, a special teams recruiting service. He is the #7 ranked LS in the 2016 class. http://kohlskicking.com/profile/camaron-cheeseman/20846/
I am blessed to announce my commitment to The University of Michigan to continue my academic and football career. pic.twitter.com/28HXcNBsSs— Camaron Cheeseman (@camcheese26) January 31, 2016
It's "per Schefty," however it's also scrolling across the ESPN Bottom Line right now.
Nate Schoenle, 6-2, 190-lb. wide receiver out of Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard, announced his commitment to Michigan on Twitter. He appears to be preferred walk-on #12, according to the MGoFish list. MLive reported that he had an offer from Dayton and interest from some MAC and Ivy League schools. Hudl page with highlights.