alternate headline: man does job
Title says it all. Set your DVR and Go Blue!
In a story about PSU remaining relevant in merchandise sales was this nugget
Despite the negativity associated with the school's handling of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal, Penn State still generated more royalties last school year than any other Big Ten school except for Michigan.
This also surprised me:
As of last season, Penn State was the third most popular football team in the country, according to an ESPN Sports Poll. More than five percent of the country considered themselves Ohio State fans (5.2 percent), 4.1 percent said they supported Notre Dame and 3.8 percent said they rooted for the Nittany Lions.
AnnArbor.com reports Amara Darboh is looking good in his first few practices as a Wolverine.
Featuring quotes from Roy Roundtree such as:
"He's really fast and strong. Amara, he just showed out today. I feel like he's really being comfortable. I told him, 'It's football, man. It's just a faster pace.' And he did it."
"I quizzed him last night to make sure he was on his Ps and Qs. He asks a lot of questions, but he did a great job.His head is spinnin', just like all the other freshman. Asking questions. But he's a great kid."
Nowicki, OL, is from Chicago so it makes sense to go to in-state school, but so much for BIG coaches poaching current players. I think Beckman mentioned he wouldn't hesitate to take a PSU player, but does this open the door for other BIG coaches or is this it? Do you think Beckman called O'Brien?
Edit: I guess he came from AZ but spent early years in Chicago, so technically not in-state.
Andrew interviewed former Michigan cornerback Troy Woolfolk, who talks about the coaching change, how he dealt with his injury, and who his most impressive teammates have been.
Did I oversell it?