“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”
Fantasy Football season is quickly approaching, and I assume that majority of you are either a Commisioner or a member of a Fantasy Football League.
Some leagues come up with creative ideas on how to set their draft orders.
So, I'm coming here to see how you guys run yours.
For example, I think that this season I am going to have everyone in our league take a mock Wonderlic test to decide our draft order.
What're some of your league's ideas?
After a couple slow days on the board I thought I'd throw a 2 part question out there: With the NCAA's current structure getting more and more ridiculous, I'm of the opinion that something will change soon - whether it's big 5 autonomy, a Players Association, the olympic model, etc - I don't think we'll last many more years of coaches making $5M per year and players being happy now that there are free snacks. My question is - what's your ideal endgame and why? I think there are 4 main constituencies you've got to satisfy: Revenue scholarship athletes, non-revenue scholarship athletes / title 9 (this can get tricky), administrators/ADs, and fans. If you were in charge of the NCAA, how do you satisfy all 4 groups moving forward?
Title says it all.
2 top prospects will not attent that were scheduled to.
“David Harris is the most underrated player in the league,” Ryan told the New York Daily News. “It ain't close! It ain’t close! You could have a top 100... and he’s not even mentioned. And I’m like, ‘What?!’”
Normally I tune about 99.9% of what Rex says but he has a point here. In 7 NFL seasons he has 761 Tackles, 24.5 Sacks (from an ILB position) and 6 interceptions while playing in 107 out of 112 possible games. Glad to see his Michigan success has translated so well into his NFL Career.