go go go
Florida slot/runnig back Devondrick Nealy just sent me a text. He hasn't left Michigan yet, but he wanted to tell me the visit was "Tremendous." I'll have more once he leaves and gets back home.
**He didn't commit, but he said, "very close though."
If it makes you feel any better, I talked to Demetrius yesterday and on Monday. Like I said, I know what's going on and I'll share it with you after he announces.
It seemed like there was an interesting backstory going on during the entire process, dug around and I'm not sure if you'd posted about it yet. If you already have, my bad (also someone link if this is the case).
That was a cheap shot with potential to end a career.
i admit that emotionally...i'm way too invested in michigan football. i was on the phone with my girlfriend after the game, and she asked me what was wrong as she could tell i was out of sorts. i explained to her that michigan lost, and she replied, "oh, is that all?!" a loss seems to linger until the next day when i become rational again.
similarly, when she called me late friday night, i was elated and she asked why. i told her that a stud recruit commited to michigan...and she replied, "oh, is that all?!"
so to put this weekend in perspective i'll ask you guys which you would have preferred friday morning:
dee hart commits to alabama and we beat sparty
dee hart commits to us and we lose to sparty?
I understand that if a player only plays in the first 4 games, then is injured and doesn't play anymore they can receive a medical redshirt. My question is, does the injury and medical redshirt have to be declared after the 4th game? For instance, if Devin Gardner didn't play the rest of the season, but dressed and traveled with the team to all games but never played would he be eligible for the medical redshirt? Sorry if this has been disscused already but I coulnd't find it any where when I searched. I am also assuming despite the potential severity of Odoms injury he cannot receive a medical redshirt. Any insight is appreciated.