"What (Michigan coaches) told me is that they're focusing on point guards right now, but if anything opens up, they'll definitely come back on and recruit me as hard as they were," said Towns
89 year old Bryan Sperry, a World War II vet and a former member of the Kansas Football team from the 1948 Orange bowl team, got to score a touchdown in Kansas' alumni game. Thought it was a really great gesture in part of the Jayhawks.
Probably overdue, but interesting nonetheless. Shouldn't impact much, as most taxable revenue runs through the member clubs. Mostly a PR move and leverage play against Congress re: concussion, domestic violence, etc.
This has been my first post. Neat.
Has anyone here successfully sold season tickets through StubHub this year? Was it quick?
I'm planning on posting my 2 season tickets... Section 15, Row 64... shortly. Looks as though the cheapest is $800 per ticket. I would plan to undercut that price significantly, since I'm not looking to make a huge profit.
PS... I know this isn't the place, but if you are interested in mine, let me know. I would much rather sell to someone on the board than a random person on StubHub.
Clark has talked with Coach Harbaugh about how to avoid "problematic" situations in the future. The article has a lot of background info, but does include some new information from Clark himself. He seems to be pretty contrite.
I wish him well in life.
Good article about Devin preparing for the NFL draft. He talks quite a bit about the beating he took playing QB, especially in 2013.
Gardner doesn't remember making a conscious decision to console Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett last November...
"I feel like I was a human way before I started to play football," Gardner said when asked why he did that. "I wanted to destroy them, but at that time, in that small part of the game, he broke his leg. I felt like any other human who loves people. But as soon as I walked away from him I was ready to destroy them.