a terrible blight on our fine country
Hey guys, I was fortunate enough to talk to Chris Wormley a couple weeks ago and discuss, among other things, who he listens to before the game. Hope you enjoy: Chris Wormley
Michigan State has propsed new scoreboards for their stadium and the renderings were published today by the State News.
They look nice and will have all sorts of room for ads. Also, apparently they were killing Texas Tech when the pictures were taken.
Jordan Diamond Drops OSU
Yay that our rival doesn't get a blue chip O lineman. Will we get him?
Thread created for TdK71 per his posting in the "Mike Martin still kicking OSU Butt" thread.
From the Tuesday morning Senior Bowl practice report:
Speaking of Brewster, he got into a brief shoving match with Mike Martin (DT, Michigan) after Martin beat him on an inside move during position drills. Brewster and Martin are familiar foes, of course, because of the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry. "He's one of my best competitors," Brewster said after practice. "I love going against him."
Good to see Mike is doing well at the Senior Bowl practices, and still hating on OSU while simulaniously kicking serious ass.
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Stop making constant dumb ass board topics multiple times a day for every 3 star commit Arizona gets, especially when Michigan isn't even interested.
Also I am well aware of the hypocrisy of creating a board topic complaining about other board topics. But at least this topic concerns material relevent to the MGoBoard, unlike Arizona Wildcat posts.
Peyton Manning gave an interview to the Indy Star (read it here), and he talks about the weird atmosphere surrounding the Colts' organization right now. It seems like Irsay is setting the stage to let Manning go, but that's just speculation on my part. In an ideal world, they'd be able to pony up the cash for both Manning and Luck for a year or two, to ease the transition, but I don't think it's feasible. A couple quotes from Manning:
"I'm not in a very good place for healing, let's say that," he said, referring to the practice facility. "It's not a real good environment down there right now, to say the least. Everybody's walking around on eggshells. I don't recognize our building right now. There's such complete and total change."
"But I understand how it works. I understand tough decisions have to be made. There's personal and there's business and that's where we’ve got to separate the two. I've seen other guys leave places and it was personal. I've invested too much into this city for that to happen. We live here, we've given lots of time and money to the community and our church, and that's never going to change Nothing changes that."
Should be interesting to see how things develop over the next couple of months. For those in Indy, what's the vibe among the fans right now?