I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
"I really don't have a leader. I just have a top two right now," said Frost. "Auburn and Michigan are at the top at this point. I still have to visit LSU and see how I like it, but right now Auburn and Michigan are my top two."
It appears we're not the only Big Ten team with camp rumors and ambiguity.
Brandon Wegher, Iowa's debatable #2 RB, is not practicing with the team for undisclosed reasons, though it does not appear to be related to academics.
Does anyone have any info as to what's going on here? Ferentz is expected not to address the situation any time soon.
Sadly, the Michigan football family is only too familiar with this kind of tragedy.
This was the plane crash that killed former Senator Ted Stevens. Indiana freshman tight end Paul Phillips' father killed and brother survived, but no info here on brother's status.
Paul's father, Bill Phillips Sr., also played at Indiana, and two other brothers currently play for Stanford and Virginia. The article ends asking for your thoughts and prayers for the family. Goes without saying.
so I understand there is now some sort of media blackout of practices. does this also mean that garden variety fans cant just wak in an watch?
does it make one a media person if you go to practice and post a comment on this site?
Ill be back soon, and would love to try and catch part of a practice.
Little story on Death Roh from Rittenberg on ESPN. Just love how he worked so hard this offseason putting on weight and working on his weaknesses. Can't wait to see him on the field this fall.
Viewing-wise, that is. I don't get to make many games because I'm no longer in the area and not a student anymore, so I'm willing to spend a bit more for the 1-2 games I can get to. In the past I've gone on the assumption that closer is better, but I've heard some like to sit higer up for the viewing angle.
So, what is your preferred row range? Also, what is your favorite section? I'm assuming that between the 30s is the best option outside of the student section. I know "there's no bad seats in the Big House," but I'd like to know where the better ones are.