Tennessee is not recruiting well just because they got 18 dudes
If you are a season ticket holder and have been scouting Rutgers tickets on StubHub I would highly reccomend logging into your account. Limited first come first served tickets for $100 ($2 additional fee per ticket).
Doesn't let you know the section or row, but StubHub lists the cheapest seats in the Upper Sideline at $115 (after fees).
Since we've become their biggest rival over the last 12 months, I'd suggest jumping on these and joining me!
Here are some trivia questions. You can cheat, but the Lord of Light will know what you did. I'll post answers around 5:30.
1.) Carol Hutchins played softball as an undergrad at what school?
2.) Who had the most rushing yards as a running back for Michigan during the Rodriguez years? To be clear: Denard doesn't count.
3.) Who was the last MBB player from Ann Arbor?
4.) Who lead Michigan football in receiving yards the year after Desmond Howard won the Heisman?
5.) What current Chicago Cubs pitcher played QB at Michigan?
6.) Who led the 2012-2013 MBB team (the Final Four team) in made three pointers?
7.) Who was the only center on the 2012-2013 MBB team to hit a three pointer that year?
8.) What Michigan hockey coach directly preceded Red Berenson?
9.) Michigan won on the final play of the 1990 OSU football game thanks to a FG by what kicker?
10.) Which of the following was Glen Rice's career 3pt FG% at Michigan?
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I couldn't tell how difficult these questions where before I posted them. The board did very well. These are the answers:
1.) Carol Hutchins played softball at MSU.
2.) Brandon Minor had 1,035 rushing yards in '08 and '09 combined, making him Michigan's leading rusher from the running back position under RR.
3.) Eso Akunne went to Father Gabriel Richard H.S. in AA.
4.) Derrick Alexander had 740 receiving yards in 1992.
5.) Clayton Richard was a back up for Chad Henne in 2004.
6.) Stauskas (80) hit more threes than Burke (76) and THJ (73).
7.) Blake McLimans hit two three pointers. This is the only answer the board didn't get.
8.) John Giordano was Michigan's hockey coach right before Red.
9.) J.D. Carlson kicked the game-winning FG to beat OSU in 1990.
10.) Glen Rice hit 48% of his threes at Michigan.
Can't embed the video, and it's not much new info, but it is Harbaugh/Football content. Harbaugh claims to be "Happy Happy" in Ann Arbor - "Happy as a pig in slop"
Charlotte (NC) Hough QB Jackson Gibbs is reporting a Michigan offer. It's been rumored that this is not an actual scholarship offer, but perhaps a preferred walk-on offer. The PWO thing would not be surprising, since Gibbs is 6'1", 185 lbs., runs a 5.03 forty, and has no other FBS offers.
Gibbs is the grandson of former NFL head coach Joe Gibbs.
Thought this was a really interesting look at Harbaugh's recruiting strategy and why it's so effective. Apparently he spends a lot of time talking to recruits about life after football, which really resonates with some. Also, this quote should be brought out every time Saban starts babbling about Adam's housecat or Hugh Freeze brings up time with his kids.
Added Solomon, "(The camp) definitely affected how I looked at them. (Initially) I was listening to the SEC and all that talk about how Michigan is just doing this for publicity and stuff. Then I noticed, they're really doing this for the players. People who don't really get scouted that much – they're doing it for them. I really admire (Michigan) for that."