"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
Standout DT Montravius Adams from Vienna, GA has been recently offered by Michigan.
He holds offers from a host of schools including Alabama, USC, Florida, Florida State, Oklahoma State, Nebraska etc.
He stands at 6'3" and weighs 280 and moves extremely well for his size. He is ranked 5 stars by 247 and 4 star by rivals making the Top 100 players in both lists.
Rivals #54 overall prospect, Patrick Kugler visited Michigan today. He enjoyed his visit so much that he tweeted "Wow Michigan was something special!", adding, #feelslikehome #GoBlue. I think this kid would be a great final piece to the OL puzzle, this is how he describes his game.
"I think the main thing that sticks out about me now is just the style I play. I go to the whistle. I know not many kids now are mean on the field and I play my last play every play. That really stands out to coaches."
Very interesting - before even receiving a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA, Oregon has already stipulated that they violated NCAA regualtions:
This looks like an attempt to accelerate the process. Hope the NCAA takes it's sweet time - the uncertainty in past cases has been worse the actual punishment (see Football-Ohio).
As we might have expected, things are getting worse for Penn State, as now there is a Federal investigation into whether Penn St officials covered up Sandusky's crimes. It was reported on NBC Nightly News tonight, and here is the story on Yahoo. The main story (Yahoo):
A federal subpoena related to the child sex abuse scandal involving a former Penn State assistant football coach, sent to the university’s top lawyer earlier this month, sought records of payments made by trustees to the school, or to third parties on the school’s behalf, the university said Friday.
Wow, if University officials not only knew about Sandusky but paid out money to keep it quiet... reprehensible doesn't begin to describe it.