CollegeFootballNews.com has put out its Big Ten top offensive players rankings. UM players QB's: Tate #6, Denard #12. RB's: None. WR's: Roundtree #8. TE's: Koger #6. K's: Gibbons #9.
So - now that Michigan has proposed the Sanctions, what happens? Does the NCAA have 90 days to respond/reject? Is it done?
I'm looking, but I haven't seen anyone listing any streaming video or anything on clickfordetroit or mgoblue or anything, yet. WTKA said they'd be running it delayed, at like noon.
From Rivals Mainboard. Does this mean we win the 2004 Rose Bowl? It wasn't during the 2004 season, so probably not.
- loss of 15 scholarships over 3 years starting 2012
- postseason ban for 2010 & 2012
- vacate all games from 2004 & 2005 season
- 5 year probation
Here is ESPN's take on the sanctions that Michigan leveled on themselves. Make sure to vote on the poll. Currently 54% state that Michigan's self-penalty is not sufficient.
According to ESPN's Mike and Mike in the morning Mike Golic just broke down to tell us all that he had inproper contact with Jimmah Clausen when he was being recruited by ND. He said hello to him at a banquet and therefore committed a major violation to the nation's winningest..... uh second winningest program.
Free Press reporters are en route to South Bend, IN to get the real story as details come out.