there would have to be some to wash away
I spoke with Cali WR Devin Lucien (6'1", 180 lbs, 4 Star) today, and he has set his decision date for January 30th at his high school. We talked about all the schools that are left, and Michigan is in excellent position. He says it's down to Michigan, UCLA, Kentucky, ASU, and Colorado.
A positive for Michigan here is that he and his family are not concerned so much with who the coach will be, but more so if his scholarship offer will still be honored if there is a new coach. His family sees the value of a Michigan education and what the program has to offer. Lucien will be visiting next weekend on the 7th as well.
North Carolina vs Tennessee in what is certain to be a game we're all talking about 20 years from now. Enjoy.
FWIW, I'm a huge fan of (checks) Tennessee here. Go Vols!
Drink every time you see Ben Franklin's face. That said, don't drink too much, because the Bridgeport Education Holiday Bowl is coming up next and might include talk of "Leaders" and "Legends." If either are mentioned in context with the Big 10's divisions, drink a bottle of Everclear, get naked, and burn a metal folding chair.
Another segment from the bowl edition of Inside Michigan Football and then the underclassmen literally raise up the seniors.
“Whenever an opportunity is presented, you never pass up an opportunity,” he said.
So you’ll submit your name to the NFL advisory committee to assess your draft prospects?
“I’ll do that and take it from there,” he said.
Read more: Michigan's Mike Martin to consider NFL draft after season | freep.com | Detroit Free Press http://www.freep.com/article/20101230/SPORTS06/101230072/Michigan-s-Mike-Martin-to-consider-NFL-draft-after-season#ixzz19diLGuHu
Alabama and OSU lead the way spending over 30 million each. Six of the top 10 from SEC. TCU spends more than we do.http://ope.ed.gov/athletics/SelectDownloadOptions.aspx