He's losing 866 to 481.
Not sure if I missed something but where is our fateful recruiting hero of the deep sea Aquaman? He has not posted in over two weeks and I am wondering if the JLA should be alerted. I must say I enjoyed his posts and many updates. I am sure this is all part of contract negotiations with Brian and I am making more out of this then need be but hell its hump day and I am bored at work.
Where art thou Aquaman?
While we all knew that Tee Shepard left Notre Dame recently, we didn't know the reason. We liked to think that it was Brian Kelly's anger, maybe a dash of homesickness, or even a new found hatred for Notre Dame. In reality, Shepard is facing a potentially life-threating heart condition.
“I had known since high school that there was something with my heart, but I never knew it was anything serious,” Shepard said. “When I took my physical at Notre Dame, they saw it right away. I wasn’t sure what to do, so I dropped out and came home to figure out what to do next."
Shepard does say that he's planning to return to football though and I, for one, wish him good luck.
Link (Full article is paywalled, quote is in preview): http://insider.espn.go.com/blog/ncfrecruiting/west/post?id=2483
There is no shortage of media interest in whether BWC will be able to salvage his five star potential in this, his last year at Michigan. The article below is the first one that I have seen which gives me real hope that this can actually happen. It comes directly from Campbell and his teammates and you can feel the sincerity behind his desire to be a leader and to make an impact. I love the fact that Rob Renes and Brandon Graham have reached out to Will and mentored him. Definitely worth a read:
I read this earlier on another forum but didn't want to post anything until I found solid proof. It was confirmed by a friend at Michigan. Brady Hoke's father passed away yesterday. He was battling stage 4 lung cancer.