to play football, not to play trumpet
When did you start taking your son's to the Michigan Football games? My son will be 7 months in August, and I was wondering if anyone had experience taking a child that young to a Michigan game.
Not OT since Hutch is an alum, and I threw in the Williams news since it was related. The Titans have reached an agreement with Hutch on a 3-year deal. Apparently, it's a strategic move by the Titans to try to lure Manning to Nashville. It will certainly be interesting to hear how that plays out.
Also, Mario Williams signed with the Bills. They've got him for 6 years at about $100 million, with $50 million guaranteed. That's a big fish to land and has to improve Buffalo's chances of winning the AFC East.
Wanted to be clear, I don't know anything. Wondering how Martin, Koger, and Molk did.
1. Tee Shepard, a 4 star 2012 corner and top 100 player, who I believe enrolled early, has left ND; and
2. NCAA has granted Amir Carlisle's, a RB transfer from USC, request to play the 2012 season.
game starts at 7:30 on NBC
I am hopeful that the game is just as exciting with a similar outcome!
It looks as though he is looking to play early... What are the chances of that happening?
Nice work from Webb though with "pointed words from Hoke"
From the Article:
"At the moment, the Buckeye State star plans to take in the experience in Ann Arbor this weekend, then take a similar trip to Columbus sometime in the next few weeks. However, there is a slight chance he will alter his timeline. A few pointed words from Brady Hoke during the visit might convince the talented youngster to end his process sooner rather than later.
What are they, you ask?
"Saying I'm going to (have the chance to) be right on the field (as a freshman)," Smith replied.