well that's just, like, your opinion, man
Great Angelique Chengelis article about Mo Hurst. In addition to his on-campus workouts, driving for Uber to pick up extra cash and a summer internship at Blue Lion Fitness in A2, he, Delano Hill & Chris Wormley took part in what sounds like a terrific study-abroad program in Israel through Michigan's Center for Global and Intercultural Study, working with:
PeacePlayers International, an organization that hopes to “unify communities in conflict through sport,” according to its website. The group worked with Israeli and Palestinian youth ranging in ages from six through 15.
Besides the great work with the kids, they managed to take a side trip to Jordan and the requisite float in the Dead Sea.
And more about Hurst's background and plans for the future: LINK
Fully expected to see Harbaugh at the top of the list but wasn't dissapointed. Our very own Jourdan Lewis comes in at #2. Can the season start already?
Interesting story by Allen Trieu in today's Detroit News on Georgia 5-star OL Jamaree Salyer. He's one of only five 5-stars in the 2018 class, and he wants to get to the Big House this year. He's 6-3, 327 and projects as an OG.
...days until David Harris sees Michigan beat the crap out of the Rainbow Warriors.
David played linebacker. Due to a knee injury, he did not become a full time starter until his junior year. In 2005, he led the team in tackles (88) and and in 2006 as a senior, he had 103. in 2006, David earned All-Big Ten Conference, was named co-MVP with Mike Hart, and was a second team All-America by three media outlets. David was drafted in 2007 during the second round by the Jets, for whom he still plays.
OT - Grobe - "Unbelievably, I’ve had people tell me they don’t think they dealt with it strongly enough."
"The problems that we’re dealing with at Baylor or have dealt with at Baylor to this point are probably problems at every university in the country,” he said. “I hate to say every one, but I’m guessing most universities are having some of the same issues we’ve had at Baylor. You can make a call as to whether you think Baylor was too strong in the way they dealt with it. Unbelievably, I’ve had people tell me they don’t think they dealt with it strongly enough. But I think going forward, do we want to learn from our past mistakes? We absolutely want to learn from our past mistakes, and we’re doing that.