i refuse to even consider this a possibility
[Math teacher] Kristina Lipskis was thrilled to hear Kyle Bosch committed to Michigan on Saturday.
"That's awesome, good for him," she said.
She then realized her math class at St. Francis High School in Wheaton, Ill., could have a little more flavor and energy than a typical Monday session. Lipskis was a swimmer at Ohio State.
"I know I'm not going to hear the end of this," said a laughing Lipskis, who has a Buckeyes banner hanging in her class. "... This year the [OSU football] team struggled a little bit. He liked to razz me about that a little bit."
Bosch, who Lipskis named math student of the month in December, said he won't rest at just verbal jabs at Lipskis and Ohio State's expense.
"I'll probably give her a T-shirt or something just to be smart," the four-star offensive lineman joked.
Michigan has offered several new kids like cornerback Devin Butler, linebacker Alex Anzalone, quarterback Shane Cockerille (all from 2013), and then 2014 cornerback Jalen Tabor and offensive tackle Damian Prince. It's interesting that Michigan is pursuing another kid who can play QB in the class of 2013.
EDIT: Michigan has also offered 2013 WR Darrell Daniels.
I know some people were upset Florida got an article earlier and we didn't.
Either Rivals heard your complaints or yous guys were too quick to complain - they recently put out a great free article recapping our weekend and talking about how M-Ohio recruiting is warming up.
Andy Staples has made up an all-star team of current players that received 2 stars (or less) during their recruitment. Nathan Brink, Patrick Omameh, and (obvs) Jordan Kovacs all check in as important contributors that were not highly touted. It's important to remember that even as we celebrate our 4-star haul this weekend, there are always surprise guys that will make a huge impact for us too!
Junker's attorney is saying he will plead guilty to one federal and one state felony for his role in reimbursing $48,000 in campaign contributions by employees. COO Natalie Wisneski is not expected to deal and is under indictment for filing false tax returns and breaking some of the same campaign finance laws as Junker. Lobbyist Gary Husk is not expected to enter a plea, either.
Junker faces a presumptory sentence of two and a half years, but is also eligible for probation.