In an attempt to distract you from the frustration of last night, here's a (brief) scouting report on the quarterbacks who have been confirmed or rumored to be in contact with Michigan about potentially receiving a scholarship offer for 2014. When I put all the names together, the list came out at the nice, round number of 10. Hopefully I didn't forget anyone important, but if I did, you can only blame yourself for not following me on Twitter and tossing out suggestions.
The list includes David Cornwell, Andrew Ford, Caleb Henderson, Coleman Key, DeShone Kizer, Michael O'Connor, Travis Smith, Wilton Speight, Chance Stewart, and Tyler Wiegers.
WR Jack Wangler, son of former QB John Wangler, has accepted a preferred walk-on position at Michigan. Nice to see the bloodline continue.
I have decided to commit as a preferred walk on at the University of Michigan.Thank you to everyone who has helped me along the way. GO BLUE
5 star DT A'Shawn Robinson, the prized recruit in Texas' class, has flipped to Alabama after being committed for over a year. This should probably end all speculation on Henry Poggi. On another note, Texas probably picked the worst time to turn into a dumpster fire. A&M leaves for the SEC and Manziel wins the Heisman, and now Texas is losing its grip on in-state recruiting.
At least Texas fans have the Longhorn Network. Hope it was worth it.
OB has confirmed that A'Shawn Robinson has informed the Texas coaches in an in-home visit that he will sign with Alabama on Wednesday.
LSU has Shaq show up to dinners for players on recruiting visits, I guess it makes a big impression.
According to Mike Rothstein, Michigan has hired Mike DeBord. As an administrator for field hockey, cross-country, gymnastics, track and tennis, but Brian still is panicking.
Title pretty much says it all. The trio of draftee hopefuls becomes the first to take down three rookies from last year, Doug Martin (RB Tampa), AJ Green (WR Cincinnati), and Trent Richardson (RB Cleveland) in a game of Madden as part of the pre-Super Bowl festivities in the nineteen years since the event has been held. Picture of our favorite 2013 draftee, via M Football Twitter: