things go poorly
Subject pretty much explains it all but the article also states that Senior Tight End Tiree Eure has left the team.
Our boy Chuck and his Packers gathered at Lambeau last night to receive their Super Bowl rings.
They are not understated:
Thing checks in at 3.55 carats, just short of the 3.61 bling mountain received by Woodley and others in Pittsburgh's last win. Call me crazy, but in the midst of all this fuss about revenue and how the players deserve more, doesn't this send a conflicting message?
No word on how much A.J. Hawk expects to get for his on the C-Bus Black Market, hehe...
This is the weekend of offensive linemen for visits. Here's who I've confirmed:
- Illinois OL Jordan Diamond: I already reported that he took a quick visit before the Sound Mind Sound Body camp to Ann Arbor. He'll be making his way up to MSU and then probably back to Michigan one more time before they head home.
- Texas OL Trey Keenan: Had always planned on making it up to Michigan over the summer. I spoke with him awhile back, you can read it here.
- Tennessee OL Blake Bars: Originally from Michigan.
- Arizona OL Andrus Peat: He'll be in on Sunday, also heading to Notre Dame.
- Pennsylvania OL Chris Muller: Has Penn State as his leader, and Penn State fans were surprised he didn't publicly commit to them on his recent visit.
- Ohio WR Dwayne Stanford: The non offensive lineman that's visiting. I spoke with Dwayne a few days ago about the upcoming trip. His teammate Adolphus Washington will not be on the visit with him.
Camp starts on June 19th and runs to the 23rd. I've confirmed some campers already, but I'll hold off on those until it gets closer to Sunday.
I read this on Adam Rittenberg's Big Ten Blog and decided to post it. Nothing ground breaking but is this even debatable???
Tyler from Durham, N.C., writes: In a recent blog about Michigan's throwback unis for the Notre Dame game, you said that the numbers on the helmets were a nice touch because "Alabama's helmets are classic; it's good to see Michigan go this route." Huh? Are you saying the famed winged helmets designed by Frits Chrysler, which have been time and again confirmed as the best looking (and most classic) in college football, aren't as "classic" as Alabama's? Please, Adam, don't embarrass yourself like this. Retract the Alabama statement and you can put this all behind you as if you never said a thing. I'm just looking out for you, buddy.
Adam Rittenberg: A little oversensitive, are we? Michigan's helmets are great. They're the best helmets in the Big Ten. I've mentioned that on multiple occasions. The numbers are simply a nice one-time feature, and they reminded me of Alabama's headgear. Both helmets are iconic, and in no way was I knocking Michigan.
Good for Tyler from Durham by the way....Go Blue!
I marked this "OT" because people have complained about Sparty postings.
At first glance it's an innocuous article with Dantonio swinging at a bunch of softballs, but I think it's particularly notable for the photo. He is *smiling*. Did he finally take my advice and eat a bucket of prunes?
I Wore 21: The Legend of Desmond Howard - September 10, 2011 Release
Huh, I wonder why they chose that date? Note, this was already posted in a post about a month ago and thought it should have its own thread.