somehow we're only 124th
Story today about Richrod in the NYT (link below), discussing his time at Michigan and his impending move to (the state of) Florida. Money quote:
“To imply that we didn’t understand a tradition or you had to be there to understand all the things that are at Michigan, I kind of laugh at that,” he said. “We tried to embody that since the day we got there.”
Michigan, OSU, Tennessee, LSU, and ... Central Michigan (!):
Also in the state of Michigan, two under-the-radar recruits from Sterling Heights playing in the big game:
For those of you who haven't seen the highlights of Clowney, they are sick. He looks like a created player on Madden.
Check it out.
Not much going on right now on the blog, just thought I'd post it here. His press conference shortened to the best moments.
edit: shit. didn't even realize the video didn't post correctly the first time
I think Kovacs was one of our better players on defense last year at bandit. Obviously, his strength was in run support, and he was less good at pass defense. I'm trying to get a handle on how he is affected by the switch to the 4-3.
Does a SS in a 4-3 have more pass defense responsibilities than a bandit?
Steward Mandel from SI tackles oversigning and writes a pretty fair article premiering on their NCAA FB page. ESecPN would never do that, conflict of interest to Mickey Mouse.
Most interesting article is Sab(t)an's take on recruiting:
"Any player that has left this program prematurely has created his own exit route. He's created his own conditions for leaving, if that makes sense."
Oh, it makes sense, you're a douche and I cannot believe any parent trusts you with their son. I know that spotlight's on the Alabama but more in the SEC and mini-12 and USC are to blame.
Roll Tide...I guess, blah (insert gastric reflux)