well that's just, like, your opinion, man
I just got an e-mail from the ticket office regarding purchasing parking passes for the Cowboy Classic. If everyone looks at the parking map, I think we should coordinate lots to take over. It stinks though that we do not know our seats yet, as the website indicates certain lots are recommended based on your seat locations.
Dear Cowboys Classic Ticket Holder,
We are thrilled that you will be joining Michigan Football on September 1, 2012 in Dallas at the Cowboys Classic.
As a ticket holder to this game, we wanted to make you aware of the opportunity to purchase a parking pass through Cowboys Stadium at 11:00 am EST on April 3, 2012.
- You can purchase your standard vehicle parking pass by clicking here
Cowboys Stadium has a limited number of parking passes available for sale. Michigan Athletics does not have any additional parking passes for purchase.
Thank you for being an integral part of the tradition of Michigan Football. We look forward to seeing you in Dallas!
I don't know how this slipped by everyone, but yesterday would have been Bo's 83rd birthday.
Happy birthday Coach. I miss you.
Top DL target Joe Mathis will be visiting Ann Arbor next weekend.
Tremendous added a full update, which can be read here.
This is great news as he is a very talented and highly touted player, and a consensus 4-star. He was chosen as the DL MVP of today's Nike Camp, and was apparently the only the defensive line players who outplayed Taco Charlton.
Also, another note, Joe is the cousin of CA Saftey and consensus top-10 2013 player Su'a Cravens, and a good visit from Mathis could possibly help our chances with Su'a too.
Taco Charlton attended the LA Nike Camp today, and by all accounts, put on an impressive performance. Here are a few tweets (paraphrased in plain English) from scouts, etc.
Scout's Director of Scouting, Scott Kennedy
Taco Charlton made his way to the LA Nike Camp, and he looks like one the best DE's here. Ready for one v. one drills.
Taco Charlton is 3-0 going against the #1 OL group. He and Joel Mathis [Scout's #8 DE in the country with offers from Alabama, Auburn, Michigan, Nebraska, ND, Oklahoma, USC] are DL MVPs on my board today.
Charlton finally got handled by the West's top OL Nico Falah [Scout's #3 OT in the country with offers from Florida, ND, Oregon, USC], but he then finished 2-0 against another of the West's best - Kenny Lacy [Scout's #15 OT with offers from Arkansas, Nebraska, most of the Pac 12 save USC and Oregon, WVU].
Scout's National Recruiting Analyst, Greg Biggins
No one has come close to stopping Michigan DL commit Taco Charlton, blur off the edge.
Scout's National Recruiting Analyst, Brandon Huffman
Joe Mathis named DL MVP, Taco Charlton was probably #2 behind him.
ESPN Recruiting Nation
(Charlton was) unblockable off the edge. And huge.
Our own Brian Cook
Sounds like Charlton is about to move up Scout's board and establish himself as another consesus 4 star.
That would leave Khalid Hill as the only Michigan commit outside not in their top 300.
Finally, we have an interview with Taco from Tremendous.