that is nice bonus change
I know that we've had threads about the fact that the first practice is the 10th of August, but RR said in an interview that it was the 9th. He says it at the 3:48 mark. Insignificant, but something to talk about.
Well at least we don't have to play against him for 4 years.
The on-going saga of Demetrius Hart and our general Rodriguez-fueled success of recruiting top Florida recruits has made me more interested in the idea of recruiting pipelines. As an open question to the various recruiting gurus out there, where are other Big Ten schools known to recruit heavily? Michigan State has a reputation for going heavily in-state, and the state of Ohio has quite a bit of talent annually, but where else do Big Ten schools go?
The Pac 10 and the Rose Bowl are looking into holding an annual kickoff game, possibly against the Big 10. I'm sure some won't be thrilled about the idea, but as someone living in LA, I welcome any opportunity to see a Michigan game.
Article is ho-hum, but the 1st teams for Ohio and Michigan I found interesting.
Greg Brown, Jack Miller, and Chris Rock are not 1st teamers. Hollowell, Fisher, Conway, Beyer are. And they still consider Zettel a DL.
Over all, I imagine if this game was played Ohio would have a three touchdown advantage based on QB and OL superiority alone.
did anyone else catch his interview on ESPN about his ongoing contract?
said he's happy just to have a job and he's not gonna "bitch" about not getting paid.
guy dates smoking hot babes and he's sick at football. I'll always feel bad about booing him off the field and cheering for henson to take his place.