Peppers at 10, which seems low.
Nice MLive piece with a bunch of quotes from Coach.
On recruiting: "I love it. I've told Sarah, my wife, and other coaches that it's not even work.
On his love for Judge Judy: "Sarah can tell you right now that there's probably 83 unwatched, DVR'd 'Judge Judy' (episodes) I haven't been able to get to. I watch it every day when I can. There's life lessons in Judge Judy.
...days until Jarrett Irons see Michigan dominate the Rainbow Warriors.
Jarrett played linebacker from 1993 to 1996 and appeared in forty-nine contests. He was a two-time captain and two-time All-Big Ten team. When he finished his Michigan career, Jarrett finished second all-time for tackles at Michigan. He was also named first team All-American in 1996. Jarrett was not drafted, but signed a contract with the Cardinals; however, he was cut during training camp.
It is time for us to buy a new TV. The old one works, but is 13+ yrs old and doesn't have all the features, bells and buzzers like the newest generations of TV's. We only have the TV hooked up during college football season, so whatever we get will see light duty for 3-4 months, then be dark for the rest of the year. Video games are not part of the equation for us, assuming people still play them on TV's.
General specs would be that it be in the 45-50" size range. I am looking at a Sam's Club catalog which shows a Samsung 48" 1080p Smart TV for $348. There's a couple of Vizio's "Class 4k UHD Smart Cast" TV's, and the 50" is $448.
So the question is: Given the specs and usage, what do you recommend for TV's and features in that size range? What is the most bang for the buck and the 'must have' specs?
Thank you in advance,
EDIT: I want to thank the folks that have responded. This is exactly the content/discussio I was hoping for. Very helpful on all fronts.
Rashan Gary, LaVert Hill, David Long, Devin Bush Jr., Eddie McDoom, Nate Johnson.
Redshirt everyone else, do not waste them for special teams.
Gotta get some CBs going given our entire starting secondary may not be back in 2017 (thanks Hoke).
I'm really interested to see takes on this.
I can't find the post that tells me how and when to buy tickets... I thought Seth put something together a while back but I am struggling with the search function on the site. Here's my situation:
I want to go to the Hawaii game and need two tickets. If you were me, sitting on the outside looking in, do you buy now on stub hub or show up at the game hoping to buy them off a scalper? I haven't gone in (far too many) years so I am beyond rusty on the best method. Not too picky other than not wanting to be in either endzone.
Thanks in advance...