Peppers at 10, which seems low.
A certain recruiting ninja that I trust (and you do to) says that
is not true at all.
Out of respect to the paysite and the recruiting ninja, I won't say anymore. And I didn't want to post this in the other thread where it could be missed.
Do not write Garnett off just yet, we still have a good shot.
EDIT: The certain recruiting ninja also believes (in cryptic fashion) that it is between two schools: Michigan, and a school not named Michigan. From a football standpoint, I really like our chances. But Garnett has proved that he is putting a lot of wieght in other aspects of his choice.
From a post below, he plans on deciding around January 25 or 26.
Dash fact: In October and November games against FBS competition, Florida quarterbacks threw four touchdown passes and eight interceptions. Those guys will dearly miss the clear schematic advantage afforded them by Charlie Weis
Other nuggets: He has Michigan winning (shocking I know)
Yes, that's right, it's college football bowl season EVERYWHERE! Presenting the Rice Bowl, Japanese College American Football's championship game, held January 3rd in the Tokyo Dome!
Technically a game between the college champion and the X-League pro champion, this game is sort of Japans answer to the BCS. Corporate sponsored football.
This year's game will be between the winner of the College Championship Koshien Bowl, played this December 18th and the Japan X Bowl. The Koshien game will feature the Nihon University Phoenix and the Kwansei University Fighters. Nihon University is favored slightly by the fans. The X-Bowl will feature the Obic Seaguls vs the Fujitsu Frontiers. The primary attraction in this game will be the corporate sponsored cheerleaders.
I say good luck to the Nihon Phoenix or the Kwansei Fighers. I would support the X-league champ if it were the Asahi Beer Silver Stars, though.
Looks like folks in Congress want a playoff instead of the current BCS arrangement.
The “We Want a Playoff Now” campaign was introduced Thursday on Capitol Hill. It includes the lobbying firm The Moffett Group, headed up by former Rep. Toby Moffett, D-Conn., and the communications firm, New Partners. Along with that effort, two congressmen are forming the Congressional Collegiate Sports Caucus. The congressmen, Texas Republican Joe Barton and Tennessee Democrat Steve Cohen, are reintroducing Barton’s 2009 bill aimed at forcing college football to switch to a playoff system. The longshot bill would ban — as unfair and deceptive — the promotion of a postseason NCAA Division I football game as a national championship unless it’s the outcome of a playoff.
Here's the money quote hurr hurr hurr:
...decisions about college sports are best left to those in higher education, not politicians.
I imagine that's getting pretty loose with the truthiness, eh? I don't think anyone would argue that school administrators (i.e. "those in higher education") are making the decisions. No, that'd be the dudes in the yellow blazers.
We officially have 404 people registered as of now. Pretty crazy. Don't forget to make your picks.
Im about to pull the trigger on Stub Hub for some Sugar Bowl Tix, Lowest $44. Does anyone know the Michigan Sections? I dont want to buy tix and then be stuck with Va-Tech weirdos.
Also what hotels are you guys stayin in? and what price? Lookin for a Michigan Hotel! Thanks guys!
SOUNDS LIKE A ROAD TRIP!