Last week I looked at the 2007 running backs. This week I put together a look back at the wide receivers Michigan recruited in that class. If you don't remember, that's the class that brought us Junior Hemingway! (And Toney Clemons and Zion Babb.)
We've gone from 28 bowl games to 40 bowl games in 9 years. 80 teams will now play in bowl games. Jesus Christ make it stop!
Michigan has one prime time conference game this year vs. PSU on October 11.
Chances are The ND game will also be at night (7:30 Sept. 6).
Ohio State has three (including a night game in November!) while Nebraska and Penn State each have two:
Sept. 6 Virginia Tech at Ohio State, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN
Sept. 20 Miami at Nebraska, 8 p.m. ET, ABC or ESPN or ESPN2
Oct. 4 Nebraska at Michigan State, 8 p.m. ET, ABC or ESPN or ESPN2
Oct. 11 Penn State at Michigan, 7 p.m. ET, ESPN or ESPN2*
Oct. 25 Ohio State at Penn State, 8 p.m. ET, ABC or ESPN or ESPN2
Nov. 1 Illinois at Ohio State, 8 p.m. ET, ABC or ESPN or ESPN2
Edit: As danimal1968 pointed out, this is just the ABC/ESPN games. Changed headline accordingly.
N. Y. Times story on student newspapers replacing daily ones, as in A2
We can all agree that the OL did not look good during the spring practice. I may be grasping at straws, but a recent interview with Funk (done by Sam Webb) makes me more optimistic about the OL.
First, it appears that Funk himself had to learn a lot of new stuff (he watched tapes from Alabama). Second, a lot of time was spent on learning the new techniques and terminologies. Both of these are quite disruptive and will take time for the new system to synch in. Third, a lot of time was lost during the year and then spring to injuries. It seems that the entire OL has not really practiced together this spring. Putting all together, I have this guarded optimism that by the start of the BIG, the OL will be holding its own.
Title says it all...
First Zeke Pike and now Kelly, seems that a lot of the QBs from the 2012 class that we were recruiting have struggled to adjust to college thus far.