things go poorly
Per Sam Webb, Bryan Mone is working toward graduating early in order to enroll in January. Always excited to see linemen enroll early:
Per Salt Lake City, Ut. Highland coach Brody Benson, #michigan commit Bryan Mone is working toward graduating early so he can enroll January
If it happens, that would bring the 2014 early enroll list to five:
I would say probably the coolest MIchigan thing I own is a tie between a program from the first game in Michigan against Ohio Wesleyan in 1927 and a piece of the All-Pro Turf that was in The Big House from 1982-1990.
What is the coolest or your favorite Michigan thing you own? Pics would be great.
Dual-threat QB Zack Darlington of Apopka, FL (hometown of M's own Jeremy Gallon), has chosen Nebraska over offers from the likes of Virginia Tech, Arizona, West Virginia, Auburn, Ole Miss, and--perhaps most significantly--Ohio State. According to an Orlando Sentinel article covering his committment, Darlington "picked the 'Huskers over Ohio State, much to the dismay of Buckeyes' head coach Urban Meyer and offensive coordinator Tim Herman, about whom Darlington could not say enough good things." Darlington is a 4-star on ESPN and a 3-star to the other three. Here is a link to the Orlando Sentinel article.
Just to be clear, this is the same David Cornwell that our staff passed over for Speight?
For the record, I'm happy with Speight. Borges got his man and he personally evaluated both QB's. I have to admit though I was surprised to read ESPN had Cornwell ranked as its #1 pocket passer in the class.
BHGP has this article up about the advertisements used for the Minnesota Football team in 1998. The article is a decent read, but the video is just plain funny.