...says Denzel Valentine of Big Ten Tourney favorite MSU, which is 5-7 in its last 12 games. Cumong, man.
Can you believe the commissioner of the the WAC pointed to Texas-San Antonio as a potential replacement of Nevada and Fresno State? Not only is UTSA an FCS team, but they've never even played a game — 2010 is their inaugural season.
What a mess. I feel bad for teams like Idaho and New Mexico State. If the WAC folds, it's hard to imagine that they'll be able to continue to play.
Obviously wouldn't help us this year... but would be nice to have him next year.
Stonum had a ham sandwich at lunch today, and a side of baked beans, which have given him what the team is calling, "A Corner Repellent Field". Expect big things out of him for the next 8-12 hours, followed by one very big thing.
What have you heard from a reliable source lately?
Mostly just a fluff piece with the same old stuff. Generally not a big fan of Mandel (he calls us Big Blue in the title) as he's just another national writer who knows less about our team than anyone on this board with 1000+ points. At least he's not bashing us or saying someone is transferring or hurt or some other crap we don't need.
I know there was a thread created yesterday to discuss the possibilities of who could/would fill in for Troy Woolfolk, but I think this topic is sufficiently different to warrant its own thread. And, FWIW, this is something I was wondering about before Troy went down.
I know in an ideal situation we would rather keep the walk-ons with the practice squad, but Kovacs definitely proved himself a sure tackler last year, if nothing else, and won himself a scholarship. So, are there any walk-ons who have the potential (either because of skill or position openings) to make an impact on the field this year, i.e., Jordan Kovacs (thanks The Oatmeal!)? I guess I'm directing this question to those who have some insider knowledge of what's going on and who's on the roster, because frankly, I don't even know who our walk-ons are.
Rivals just posted their Pre-Season All-American teams. I, for one, am very excited to see Justin Boren on the first team and Ryan Mallett on the third (:/ sarcasm). Well I hope they enjoy their current colleges more than they enjoyed their time at Michigan.
EDIT: Because most missed it, I was being sarcastic.