coaches say you can't, so don't sign a loi
DAYS UNTIL JE'RON STOKES SURFACES FROM THE DEPTH CHART AND
LEADS M TO VICTORY!
+1 FOR GETTING THE LAME PUN
Sorry if this has been discussed, looked and didn't see it, But IF....Harbaugh did come to Michigan, does anyone know if Michigan was in the running with any of their prospects. Hopefully we'll be able to bring in equal talent if RR did leave as we'd most likely lose Dee Hart, Dallas Crawford, and others? - Here's Rivals commit list for Stanford.......
The highly anticipated Pizza Bowl has arrived. Those of us that are already tired of our new toys and are suffering a one day college football withdraw are frothing at the mouth and are ready for this blockbuster.
No NFL tonight, so instead of Minnesota @ Philadelphia, we get FIU and Toldeo.
I have Toledo with 28 confidence points in the ESPN mgoblog pool.
Who do you have?
Anybody by chance enjoying a Little Cesaers pizza currently? Toppings? Breadsticks?
Over/Under for attendance of 10,000?
As usual, new commit means we hit the front page. Action since last rankings:
12-19-10 Iowa loses commitment from Mika'il McCall (false alarm from the recruiting sites).
12-20-10 Illinois gains commitments from Dondi Kirby and Kenny Nelson. Minnesota gains commitments from Grayson Levine and Marcus Jones. Nebraska loses commitment from Tevin Mitchell. Wisconsin gains commitment from Devin Gaulden.
12-22-10 Illinois loses commitment from Tyler Marcordes.
12-24 Michigan gains commitment from Matt Goudis. Minnesota gains commitment from Drayquan Crawford.
|Big Ten+ Recruiting Class Rankings|
|Rank||School||# Commits||Rivals Avg||Scout Avg||ESPN Avg|
Rivals rankings are on the "RR" scale, which is on a scale from about 5 to about 6.1. Unrated prospects are given a 5.1 rating, on par with the worst of any Big Ten commit last year. Scout is on the 5-star system (unranked players earn 1 star), and ESPN uses grades out of 100 (unranked is 40 or 45, except JuCo players, who aren't included in the average).
Full data after the jump.
Sources say the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission is assessing the viability of playing the 2011 season outdoors at TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota, the stadium that hosted the Vikings' game against the Chicago Bears when the Metrodome roof was damaged by heavy snow.
I think that would actually be pretty cool (no pun intended), and the Vikings could actually spring for some upgrades (eg, turf heaters). The biggest drawback, aside from being outside in Dec/Jan in Minnesota, is that it would be far and away the smallest NFL stadium at 50,805. Soldier Field is currently the smallest with an official capacity of 61,500. I know some are on the side of moving back outdoors, but Lester Bagley - Vikings VP of Public Affairs and Stadium Development - is on record as saying that it's "not an NFL stadium." Then again, as VP of Stadium Development, he's probably not doing his job very well.