Remember when we were arguing with Rutgers bloggers about which athletic director was worse?
AFAIK, the visitors are Tamani Carter, Frank Clark, Justice Hayes, Stefan McClure, Tony Posada, Raymon Taylor, Matt Wile and Leilon Willingham. I'm hoping that Posada will reaffirm his commitment and Wile will be the next in, but all I've heard so far is Justic Hayes tweeting that it's "Cold den a mugg!"
Thomas Rawls will announce his decision on the 31st of January, it's between UM and CMU, although he doesn't have a Michigan offer yet.
That might change next weekend when he takes his official visit to Ann Arbor. Rawls has refused to reveal his new ACT score, because he wants to surprise people on the 31st. I think he'll inform the coaches next weekend that he has qualified, and then he'll get the offer that Fred Jackson has been DYING to give him.
Then of course he'll accept and become part of our class, and I for one would be thrilled. If you haven't seen his senior highlights, shame on you. Link below.
Does anyone know what the fate of the website that RR put up/had constructed. I went to the site a couple of days a go and it had a large "under construction" sign. It still had the big block M on it though. Anyone know what will happen to the site?
The best (only.) job types applicable to this board: A job at the University of Michigan Athletic Department.
The Athletic Communications Coordinator serves as the communications specialist for the football program and works directly with the U-M administrators, coaches, and student-athletes. [...] This individual has a range of responsibilities that includes writing, editing, designing, archiving, event management, facilitating interview requests and suggests story ideas to various media outlets about the football program.
There are qualifications:
- Bachelor's degree in communications, journalism, public relations or related field.
- Minimum of 5-8 years related experience in communications and sports information/media relations.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Able to handle difficult and challenging issues/situations immediately.
There are other prefered qualifications as well. Good luck to those interested.
Scott Draper, former U-M Assistant AD and Dir. of Football Ops and mentioned in the same regard that I am on this board here
has apparently left the program. Been rumored for a long time and apparently happened tonight.
Regards from Bolivia.
However, there IS somebody I am reminded of when I think of Denard playing in a Pseudo Pro-Set West Coast...
Except FASTER, and with a stronger overall arm.
I know that sounds heretical, but just remember the FITS he gave us for years. Denard could be our Troy Smith in a west coast, but so much better. Tell me that would be bad.