Dunno if anyone has seen this yet, but MSU recently sent out a flyer about their PSD price level, and listed some comparison's for other schools.
I'm less interested in theirs, but looking at this, I'm kinda shocked that we're on the low end of things. When you look at Alabama, LSU, TSIO, or even Oregon; some people are paying a lot more than we are
There's a poll over at ESPN for which team is better: 1997 Michigan or 1997 Nebraska. I don't know why, but this debate has always gotten me worked up. So go and vote or discuss below. Or get those voting drones we had for the football traditions poll. Yeah go get those drones.
-Michigan (AP Nat Champs, 12-0)- wins against 7 top-25, and 4 top-10 teams.
-Nebraksa (Coaches Nat Champs, 13-0)- wins against 4 top-25, and 2 top-10 teams.
-Common opponents: Michigan beat Colorado 27-3 and Baylor 38-3. Nebraska beat Colorado 27-24 and Baylor 49-21.
Andrew interviewed former Michigan walk-on Tim North, who talks about his pride in being a walk-on . . . and going up against Jake Long in practice every day. I don't envy some of these walk-ons (especially linemen) who have to get mauled by super-strong, athletic 315 pounders every day in practice. I'm sure they'll have everlasting memories and pride . . . so there's that.
What the title says. Laquon Treadwell is going to make visit out to Michigan for another visit.
Even though Treadwell already has visited Ann Arbor four times, he will make his fifth visit during the first week in April to see a spring practice.
It's good to get him back for another visit, although I don't think he'll commit on this visit. . But if Ty Isaac commits around then, who knows what will happen? Maybe Treadwell will catch the commitment bug. Isaac has been rumored to be wanting to end his recruitment soon and personally, I think he just really wants to visit USC. Barring Isaac getting blown away on that visit, I think he comes back and commits within a couple of weeks. Disclaimer, I have no inside information and no inside sources. I'm not THE PARTY ROOM. Just late night/early morning speculation. Both of those players would be absolutely beastly additions to this already amazing recruiting class.
Info is in the preview of the article, more behind the paywall for any ESPN Insider subscribers.
NIU LB Jamaal Bass was indicted on two counts of assault in Lucas County, Ohio. Bass faces up to eight years for the felonious assault count, and was also indicted on a misdemeanor charge.
Eight years seems like a lot (although if the band member was seriously injured it's certainly appropriate), but if the video here is the whole picture, he obviously seems like a thug who doesn't deserve an NCAA scholarship on any level. NIU claims he remains in school and that his status with the football team "has not changed".
Video below. Bass is number six on the far right.