alternate headline: man does job
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.
Here's two interviews that Hoke has done recently (Link 1 and Link 2). A lot of it is just fluff that makes you love the fact that Hoke is our coach (mainly the second one). And also an epic amount of coach speak (especially the first one) even for him.
"That still bugs me," Hoke said. "We moved the program a little bit, hopefully, in the right direction. We gave a lot of people a lot to cheer about, and that’s fun, because of the passion people have for Michigan football. But our goal is to win the Big Ten championship.
"We didn’t do it. We played two games on the road (against Michigan State and Iowa), and give credit to your opponents, but we didn’t play like Michigan. That sticks with ya."
This week's scouting report is on Ty Isaac, the Illinois running back that so many Michigan fans desperately seem to want. I think some of the criticisms of his running style have been overblown, although he does still have some holes in his game. Overall, I like him a little bit more now that I've really sat down and watched him.