Everyone knows about Endzone, EUTM and to a lesser extent Take This Job and Love It! , but I was looking for some Michigan related books on Amazon and found two new Harbaugh books. First one is out now called: The Turnaround Strategies of Jim Harbaugh: How the University of Michigan Head Football Coach Changes the Culture to Immediately Increase Performance (if anyone has read this book, plz give us a review) and the other is by Angelique and it comes out in September... Michigan Man: Jim Harbaugh and the Rebirth of Wolverines Football. That one is supposed to feature extensive interviews with Harbaugh.
Michigan urging Wilton Speight to think like a coach, telling Brandon Peters his time is coming. No mention of O'Korn/Malzone
Mlive discussion of QB competition:
Michigan Football recruiting 2017: MLive article discussing DTR, Brevin Jordan,Tyler Friday and more!
I guess Coach Harbaugh and the rest aren't just sitting around drinking milk and watching the Tournament.
Few facts are in yet, other than Lewis is cooperating, was not arrested and is not restricted from leaving the state.
I hope this is nothing, but I know what we'd be saying if it wasn't a Wolverine standing accused.
In the planning stages for Friday April 14 is a concert at Crisler. This is the night before the spring open practice so think "Harbaugh experience". Who will the headliner be? We've had DJ Khaled, Big Sean, Migos, Josh Groban impersonators before so I'm guessing something in a different vein and going with Keifer Sutherland. He's famous, untalented, played the Ark and then the Folk Festival at Hill, so he's ripe for the horrible acoustics at Crisler.
Article by Nick Baumgardner over at Mlive. Don Brown talks about how young the defense will be next year.
Here are a couple of nice quotes
"But we're not going to change the way we make our living. If you approached our young corners and said 'hey, guys, you're not capable of playing press' -- I think they'd fight you in an alley."
"Rashan Gary's a scary human being," he said. "When you call them out to the mat (on the mat drill) they leap out at you. He's always in front of me and I think he does it on purpose, but when he leaps, it's like 'I think he may kill me.'"