Looks like the former Michigan WR is being charged with a couple counts of felony assault from an incident involving an ex-girlfriend back in September 2013 in Southfield. The charges allege he pushed her and threatened her with a knife in one incident and with a hammer in another. Stonum alleges the charges are false, claiming the woman to be "jealous, manipulative and controlling" through his attorney. Innocent until proven guilty, but this doesn't look good one bit. Trial began on Thursday in Oakland County.
Brady Hoke said he expects Peppers to get his feet wet on returns to see how he does. He also hints he might get some time with Nuss. I don't think this is any huge revelation. He's a coach and he's going to put him in situations he can handle and be successful. I'm sure he sees the talent and it's hard to get excited.
He also said he's thinks Canteen and Mone to have an impact this year.
Video from Campus Insiders interview is auto play so the link is provided.
It's a day early but since I have to head to that cesspool known as Columbus, OH this later today, I'd like to welcome Jabrill as well as the other freshmen coming to campus this weekend and wish them huge success in their Michigan careers. Go Blue!
Noticed this checking out the offer list on ESPN RN.
Anthony Hines III, a 6'2/218 linebacker out of East Plano in Plano, Texas.
He is currently committed to Mississippi State but has quite the offer list built already.
Did a quick search on Twitter to see when he was offered since I didn't hear about it, but I guess not too many others heard about it either since it was yesterday.
My "Ohio" thought balloon went over like lead, which is totally okay! I really like the "Confessions" thread as it is always nice to vent a little bit.
However, here positivity reigns.
What are the things that make you love Michigan?
It doesn't have to be related to football or even athletics. I'll suggest some sharing some of the smaller, more subtle points that you love about this great Michigan of ours, but you're welcome to pull the "Most Wins" card, as we are all appropriately proud of it. Here's some of mine:
- The moment you walk underneath the entry portal and Michigan Stadium opens up to you.
- Holding a fist in the air for M Fanfare.
- The Diag and Angel Hall
- Road-tripping senior year to Kansas City to watch MBB in their first tourney in a decade after spending many games in a Maize Rage with only a hundred or so others during some of the lower TA days.
- Jordan Morgan, Jordan Kovacs, Sierra Romero, Samantha Findlay, Zach Putnam, Steve Luke and Kellen Russel and countless other elite athletes that represent UM in the best way possible, yet don't get all the fanfare.
- Hoopin' at the IMSB
Let's hear them!
I figured this would be more interesting to watch than last year's Penn State game which will be on BTN in the next hour.
I got rid of the slow mo replays on the old tribute so I could add 6 more minutes of highlights of Wheatley. I loved watching him run. And an offensive line that could open holes, that's pretty cool too.
Edit: Title changed from 'Tyrone Wheatley' to 'Tyrone Wheatley highlights,' to calm ckersh74's nerves. He was NOT hit by a bread truck.