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Does anyone know of a good adult flag football league in the AA area? A Google search didn't help me find anything and neither did the person at the desk of my rec center. I'm hoping to find a spring league that either starts soon or has already started and will let me join up now. Any help is appreciated.
This is an update from Matt Godin's brother (user tigers06), who doesn't have enough points to start a thread. So I figured I'd point it out for those who don't see it:
Just got off the phone with my dad, who is at EMU today with Matthew for a track meet. Tom Lemming is in Ann Arbor this weekend, and he made it out to EMU to meet my brother. Lemming told Matthew that he'll be recommending him for both the Army and UA All-American games. My dad also told me that he and Matthew are probably heading over to Ann Arbor after the track meet to visit with the coaches.
New York DB Wayne Morgan (5'11", 188 lbs) is at Michigan right now for his visit. They got in yesterday and are leaving today. He just sent me a text and said that Michigan offered him this morning.
Wayne already has offers from Alabama, Boston College, Miami, Penn State, Rutgers, and Syracuse. His coach told me that Rutgers leads right now, but mainly because it's where he's most familiar with. Morgan is really versatile, he plays quarterback, corner, and safety right now for his team. This visit could be big for Michigan, especially now that they offered. I'll have more from him once he takes off.
I just listened to this morning's Recruiting Round up, and Sam mentioned that he had a "gut feeling" that we would have at least one more commit before the spring game. He doesn't provide any clues who, although the podcast is full of content today.
MA LB/ATH Camren Williams has committed to PSU, per Scout.
Sucks he not only chooses someone else, but a conference foe. Hopefully this doesn't hurt our chances with Armani Reeves.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State athletics officials said on Monday night that they would not comment on a report that coach Jim Tressel knew that several Ohio State football players were selling memorabilia in April 2010, more than eight months before the university claimed it learned about the issue.
The report followed a two-month Yahoo! Sports investigation that looked into what Tressel knew about some of his players selling memorabilia for money and discounted tattoos.
Good thing he still has that whole 'confidential federal information' thing going for him.