here's one vote for "John Beilein's head in a Futurama jar"
Mich DRob 19/22 186yds 1td; 197yds rush 1td
NU Persa 19/21 222yds 3td; 82 yds rush
OSU Pryor 17/25 247yds 3td; 17yds rush
PSU Bolden 20/29 239yds 2td; 6yds rush
Pur Marve 31/42 220yds 0td; 10yds rush
Iowa Stanzi 18/23 229yds 1td; no rush
MSU Cousins 13/21 186yds 1td; no rush
Ind Chappell 16/23 182 yds 2td; no rush (I-AA opp)
Illinois, Minny not worth mention
If any of you turned away at the half when it was 30-10, UNC's down 30-24 and just recovered an onside kick with 2:30 left.
today's cuts from http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/transactions
I wish the best for these men - whether it be keeping their dreams alive with other football opportunities or life beyond football.
Gotta give the boy credit... he was all over his guys today. He was consistently there, right with the ball arriving. Thought he showed he deserved to be out there.
Also, thought Gordon (#4) delivered on the big-hitter potential. Can't wait to see some of what he'll grow into.
Since we all like to share positives, here's one from me:
Today I took my family over to the Victors Walk. We arrived about 12:45 and waited for some time for the bus to arrive. While waiting I started a conversation with a family behind me about score predictions, etc. One man asked me mine and I said, "If #16 has anything to do with it, it'll be 37-17 Blue. He looked at me and said the man next to him was Denard's dad and his mom was right next to both of them. I introduced myself and shook their hands.
I told them that aside from being an incredible athlete, their son can light up a stadium with his smile and that I thought they both have done a wonderful job with him. They said he has had that smile thing going for him since he was little. I heard some very cool stories and genuinely enjoyed talking to them.
After the team walked by I asked his dad if the rumor was true about Denard running a race against Usian Bolt this year. He paused and then smiled and said, "Ain't gonna happen".
Nice day. Very cool parents. Soft spoken and somewhat in awe of the happenings of the day.