Peppers at 10, which seems low.
What if a man suddenly shut down in the line of duty awoke to a world unlike what he had known before? What if a football coach, coming off a great year and intense spring practices suddenly entered a world of true football dead season. Practices? Not allowed. Recruiting class? Done. Can it be true? Has the entire college football world gone dead? Is there any hope or escape from this seemingly endless nightmare?
In the coming months, we shall find out if, for coach Brady Hoke, there is any escape from...
If... you know, I get off my lazy ass and actually do it.
Hoke did a radio interview today on some Colt's radio show. Can be found here if that link doesn't work, here's the round about way, just click on the 4.6.12 link. He's on at about 29 minutes into the program and is on about 10 minutes. The host seem to know his stuff, he does say he's a fan and was kind of fanboying Hoke (but interviewers tend to do that). At least he knew names of players and made somewhat amusing "Michigan tradition" comments and questions. There's the obligatory Will Campbell question, Taylor Lewan = leader question, true freshman impact question and tell us about how awesome it is to get that job. A lot of Hoke dropping players names, a few uses of the word "tremendous", the phrase "no question" and I imagine some finger pointing.
Why not move the spring game to the last weekend in April where we might experience better weather and a better turnout. The last two years we have had miserable weather which has led to no better than 35000 to come out for the game. With better weather I'm willing to bet we can get 60000 people.
A sad day for the Gophers. It's always awful to see this happen, especially to such a young kid.
Was wondering if anyone has taken the time to update their NCAA 12 rosters with the 2013 Michigan team. I don't anticipate purchasing the new game when it comes out, so if anyone has gotten around to this, it'd be much appreciated.
(PS3 user BTW)