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It appears Wilton will be competing in the Oakland, Ca Elite 11 regional competition. The article is paywalled but a brief overview. Speight has an effortless release, sound pocket presence and natural leadership skills as well. He was listed among those to watch out for.
Mott Takeover today on WTKA. Sam Webb with Jay Feely and Lloyd Carr in studio right now. Already had Jarrett Irons on the phone, and Tim BIakabutuka on right now.
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- 7-8am -- Lloyd Carr, Jay Feely, Jarret Irons (call-in 7:15), David Baas (call-in 7:30)
- 8-9am -- Al Borges, Remy Hamilton, Dave Brandon (call-in 8:45), Drew Stanton (call-in TBA)
- 9-10am -- Dana Jacobson, Peter Vanderkaay, Zack Novak, Brian Griese (call-in 9:30)
- 10-11am -- Anthony Thomas, Mike Hart, Larry Foote, Chris Floyd
- 11am-12pm -- Jeff Backus, Ron Bellamy, John Navarre
- 12-1pm --Travis Conlon, Andy Mignery, Drew Henson (call-in 12:00)
- 1-2pm -- Ron English, Roy Manning, Marlin Jackson, Chad Henne (call-in 1:15), Eric Mayes (call-in 1:15)
- 2-3pm -- Cato June, Jerame Tuman, Aaron Shea, David Baas (call-in 2:15)
- 3-4:30pm at The M-Den -- Steve Everitt, Steve Hutchinson, Glen Steele, Ben Mast, Jake Long (call-in 3:30)
- 4:30-6pm at The M-Den -- Charles Woodson, James Hall, Dr. Valerie Castle, Rob Renes (call-in 4:45), Brady Hoke (call-in 5:00), John Beilein (call-in 5:30)
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Bored at work and came across this on Twitter. Article pretty much talks about with all of the bowl games having conference tie ins, ND could have an 8-9 win season and still miss a bowl game all together. Personally, I would love for Michigan to assist in them not making it to a bowl game this year .
Here is the link, not a bad discussion topic I guess.
It seems it's only a matter of time to be honest. I'm in my 8th year of athletics administration and I feel that in the next 20 years, the big schools will leave to form their own 12-team conferences.
Will players be paid? Maybe. Could see some other dramatic changes.
Just call it Division 1, Division 2 can be the leftovers + a few (current FCS) schools, Division 3 can be what is now FCS, Division 4 the current D2, and Mount Union can play for the Division 5 Championship.
In trying to make things more simple, I just confused myself.
The good news is they have no plans for alternate unis this season. The bad news is Brandon left the door open to future changes including to the helmet. The worst part of the story is Brandon's continued use of the "student athletes love it" line that is such an obvious pretext for what is really just a marketing ploy to sell more jerseys.