At press time, Harbaugh had sent Michigan’s athletic department an envelope containing a heavily annotated seating chart, a list of the 63,000 seat views he had found unsatisfactory, and a glowing 70-page report on section 25, row 12, seat 9, which he claimed is “exactly what the great sport of football is all about.”
This year Michigan State plays at Ohio on Oct. 1. Who are you rooting for?
I hate both of them equally, but this year I think I want to Ohio State to win to knock Michigan State off their short-lived high horse.
**** Frosh WR James Louis rumored to be not sticking around. Classy football name and hometown of Delray Beach FL. Leaving Ohio...always a good decision. Anybody know about this cat? SIAP
Zach Follett posted on his twitter page that his come back attempt is over. The pain was too much, and he doesn't want to risk a life threatening injury. It's too bad, but I wish the kid all the luck in the world. He was a tough competitor and always gave it 100%. At least he is smart enough to realize that there isn't an amount of money worth risking your life over.
Stolen from the FB group:
"They introduced me to some of the 2012 recruits, and some of the 2013 recruits, and also that QB who committed to us.......I mean to Michigan."
Quote from Dymonte Thomas discussing the BHBBQ on 1050AM WTKA radio.
I like what I hear.
Today, Ohio State submitted its Answer to ESPN's Complaint in the news organization's lawsuit for public records:
The filing itself tells us very little because, well, Answers generally say very little.
The most interesting part is an attached letter from OSU to ESPN effectively saying "Hey bro, we actually wanted to give you documents, and it was not cool when you sued us." OSU is also trying to appease the Ohio Supreme Court by suggesting that it's already provided all the documents it has. This is a bit half-hearted but it's better than Ohio State's previous position, which was basically a va te faire foutre.
The other mini-revelation is that, yes, this case is still going. I'm still trying to figure out how long we can expect this odd mandamus action to continue in Ohio's highest court, but you can rest assured that it was not settled quietly since ESPN filed its Complaint three weeks ago.
I'm not sure what happens next but I'm going to look into it. I plan on providing an analysis of the legal arguments once we get something more substantive from Ohio State.
If you are holding out hope for more scandals from that school down south, then ESPN v. Ohio State may be your best bet.
According to Adam Schefter, former U-M linebacker David Harris has resigned for a big contract.