So proud of my good friend Jason Abrams. A Detroit kid whose new show on HGTV "Scoring The Deal" premiers on HGTV next month featuring Michigan alum Cato June. For those of you who haven't seen the preview, it's basically House Hunters meets Jerry McGuire. The dude has the most fascinating career I've ever heard of, and obviously ESPN and HGTV seemed to have agreed. Check out the promo:
Not bad for a Farmington Hills kid who never went to college.
He delivers a sincere apology for his mistake and it really sounds like he hopes to be back next year. I really like the part where he describes the coaches as nice people who aren't yelling at him but rather concerened with his well being. That's one of many signs of how great a coach Hoke is.
"Without offering details, Hagerup said he lapsed into "old habits" and blames no one but himself. He was suspended the first four games of 2011 for violating team rules, and missed the 2010 Ohio State game for the same reason."
"Hagerup has been meeting with the staff and said he hopes to meet again with Hoke today. Hagerup added there has been no "screaming or yelling" from the coaches, and they have had good discussions."
Looking for help, links, information and memories on Michigan recruiting prior to databases and the like. I thought I could trust my memory but then realized I completely forgot things like James Taylor (apparently a 2000 WR we stole from Sparty who didn't qualify).
I highlighted the boxes I need help with. This is for an upcoming Hokepoints.
You can find the full statement at the link below
($). Here's an excerpt from the seemingly very sincere apology. Best of luck to him in the future.
Although I looked forward to finishing my college football career playing against South Carolina in the Outback Bowl, I fully understand the decision Coach Hoke had to make by suspending me from the bowl game. I have called Ann Arbor my home for the last five years, and I can honestly say that everyone here will remain an integral part of my family.
EDIT: Turns out it's not paywalled after all, thanks dnak438.
Nice to see that one of the lower rated commits in this class has the athletic ability to do this: