don't we all
(Al Golden/Rod Blagojevich aka "Blago" )
According to this, Tate is interested in Miami. Or vice versa. Whateva!
Actually, I'd like a bit of help in settling a little debate between my buddy and I today. My argument: Al G. and Blago were separated at birth. What say'eth?
Thanks in advance...
P.S. a smidgeon of resemblance = yes... (beer goggle rule in effect)
Here's a roundup of notable arrests and incidents related to college football during the past week. Most of these are not eligible for the Fulmer Cup, but nonetheless might be interesting to you, the informed college football reader. Be warned: Some of these may be somewhat grim.
- As covered in the third Fulmer Cup report of the offseason, starting Florida cornerback Janoris Jenkins was arrested for marijuana possession under 20 grams on Jan. 23.
- Recently uncovered court documents reveal two University of Louisville players dismissed from that team last October were relieved of their duties because they allegedly assaulted a fellow player. First-degree assault charges have been filed, and the players are scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 3.
- Ole Miss verbal commitment Tobias Singleton, considered the No. 9 cornerback prospect in the country, has been charged with misdemeanor domestic violence and felony mischief.
- Former University of Iowa football player Derrell Johnson-Koulianos pled guilty to possession of marijuana and will stay out of jail.
- An unidentified Texas A&M-Commerce football recruit was arrested for possession of alcohol by a Minor on Jan. 21.
I've started following recruiting this year. Which site do you prefer or are they so close it doesnt matter? Thanks for the input.
EDIT: Thanks everyone for the input. After about 30 replies I've come to the conclusion that TomVH and this blog are awesome. GO BLUE!
I am a bit of a collector of sorts, and I have been trying to find ways to contribute to the football program in more ways than just money.
I have the opportunity to purchase 2 REAL and complete 100 million year old dinosaurs that are called Psittasaurus. They have been removed from the ground and they can be mounted in a 3-D posture like you would see in a museum. These guys are tiny though ... about 2 feet long from head to tail. The company I am working with can arrange the two to look like the Denard vs. Notre Dame Heisman photo. Here is the photo and examples of similar dinos that have been posed.
My idea is to have them arranged in that way, and ask that the University put it up for display somewhere in the stadium or player area. It would include the real game photo or redering of it and a plaque. The neat thing is the poses could be quite natural in nature ... one dino chasing the other.
It is also customary to name complete dino skeletons ... of course we would call one "Denard" and just leave the Notre Dame player one unnamed.
Question is ... is this cool or am I dino crazy?
Per Tom Dienhart's (national writer for rivals) Tweet:
New Orleans Saints assistant DB coach Tony Oden may be a candidate for the Michigan DB job, I am told.
Here's a quick bio: