in town for free camps
KyleTurley tells @3hl1045 he will be on sideline of SDSU vs. MICH in 2011: "My boys (SDSU) are going to whip that ass."
Really?? Just let it go dude.
No explanation needed.
Lets also bring back the Alabama fans from last year for old times sake:
Although I'd much rather side with Alabama fans than Auburn. Auburn is pretty much to Alabama as tsio is to us.
Very interesting read; Kid is from Michigan.
Sometimes I think we forget the team we cheer for/argue for/are so passionate about is made up of 18-22 year old kids.
At least looks like this one is on his way to a happy ending.
I just bought a PS3 and have NCAA football 2010. I haven't the slightest idea how to download accurate rosters for my dynasty (for some reason my starting Michigan QB is white according to Sony and isn't anywhere near as fast as Denard. UM also doesn't run the read-option according to Sony...please help).
Please be descriptive in terms of how to download and how to install. I found some info in this thread:
But I am so new to this stuff, that I need a little bit more help than this . I know how to sign in to my playstation account on the ps3 and thats about it.
I will be eternally grateful for some detailed help. Posbangs for all :)
For as much complaining that was done during the HC search, what the hell is going on with the DC search? With recruiting time slipping away, getting a DC on board to speak with our wavering recruits (e.g. Countess, Crawford) would seem to be critical.
As we move into week 2 of the Hoke regime, what could possibly be taking so long? We have the big free agent in Shannon, who doesn't seem to be moving anywhere at this point. If we're getting Bedford, why hasn't he moved over yet? If it's Austin, then there's no excuse as he's just hanging out. If we're taking a DC from another college team, I'm sure even that team would like to know in order to fill their spot before recruiting.
At this point, the only thing that would make sense to me is if we're taking someone from a team that is/was in the playoffs. The three most obvious choices in that group would seem to be Greg Mattison (DC, Ravens), Mike Trgovac (DL, Packers) or Jon Hoke (DB, Bears). But even then, there's nothing stopping any of those guys from accepting a job while still continuing to work with their teams (like Weis did after he took the Florida OC position.
While not at HC frustration yet, this is slowly getting there for me.
So the good news is that ESPN.com has a front-page article about Denard Robinson deciding to stay at Michigan. What I find interesting is the 'teaser' link. It currently reads:
"Robinson Said He Considered Leaving Michgan"
Earlier this morning the exact same article was titled:
""Robinson Decides to Stay At Michigan"
Apparently someone decided that the original title was just a bit too positive?
Requisite article link (which I am sure has already been posted):