This is maaaaybe premature there, ESPN. Maryland #1 FWIW.
It's officially Christmas morning. After a rough night in basketball, we deserve a great day today. We have celebrities in Ann Arbor and hopefully they'll help us bring in Gary, Asiasi, Boss, Hill, Nordin, and possibly more. We need as much good mojo as possible so bang away.
Briefly, what does the PWO athlete get?
Another question is I knew a couple of pro athletes and their diet was crazy good. Players like Uche and Bush(edit: meant Walker not Bush) come to mind of players that need to gain weight the right way. Can Michigan set up the diet and provide for the diet within the NCAA rules? These guys must need 5k+ clean calories a day and not from Taco Bell and McDonalds.
One last thing, if the Owenu news is correct, that is more than just getting Owenu at this point, it seems like a momentum boost for us too.
I know there is a lot of information out there regarding a team's recruiting rankings and thier chances of winning the National Championship, well ESPN had an interesting article regarding this correlation recently...
Who are the contenders for 2016 (as it stands tonight?):
PS: Knock on wood three times (I did).... and not reading too much into this but the last team to win the National Championship without having at least one top 10 class in the three preceeding years was Oklahoma in 2000
just reaffirmed his commitment on city ballerzzzz
yay, i guess?
Originally committed to Michigan in October (http://www.mlive.com/wolverines/index.ssf/2015/10/qb_michael_shuster_to_...), announced that he is going to Penn State on Twitter today.
Zach Johnson, PGA Pro, Iowa City native and Hawkeye fan, took to twitter to complain (whine) about Harbaugh's recruitment of Alaric Jackson.
“I’m fed up with Khakis,Just adding uncertainly and doubt to a teenager who already made his decision. Ridiculous.”
This tweet has since been deleted, but obviously lives in some form since it is being reported by the DetNews. I am glad Harbaugh is looking to a local kid to fill a need, that makes me happy since he gave this kid options. If he flips him from Iowa, that is the way it goes. If you want to complain about getting a recruit yoinked, do it and be a man about your issue. If it is important enough to share with the internet, leave it up and don't be a whiny bitch by taking it down.
I get protecting some kid or removing some personal/damaging picture/speech, but that is different from a 39 year old man not being able to stand behind his fit of pique over a football recruit. I think it makes him look worse.