the just released schedules were a flat-out statement that the B10 doesn't believe SOS will matter in playoff selection
Interesting to note since he does have three years of eligibility left. Apparently the competition deemed too stiff this spring; hence the transfer.
IMO, Lunt should've remained a Cowboy. He was highly touted coming in by the recruiting services, being the seventh ranked PRO QB to Rivals.
Personally, I'd like to see Lunt head back to the Midwest and join Illinois, Wiscy, or even Staee to bring quality talent to the B1G...
He seems to be SEC bound, though?
Good luck wherever he may end up.
Title speaks for itself; M moved past LSU.
Charles Woodson appeared on the Rich Eisen podcast this week. Pretty cool listen where Charles reflects on his NFL career. You can tell how much Rich loves Woodson in his post-interview exchange with his co-hosts.
Michigan related items: Rich reminisces about some various Michigan related memories like the 1997 National Championship season and how he experienced the Kordell Stewart Hail Mary. He talks to Charles about Tom Brady, the Tuck Rule play, Lloyd Carr, and even a "you can't have one without the other" mention. Charles also comments on Chris Webber and the end of his disassociation with Michigan.
And just because Rich jabs Peyton Manning for finishing 2nd in the Heisman:
This week's scouting report is on Southfield (MI) Southfield defensive end Lawrence Marshall. Marshall is visiting Michigan this weekend, and he has narrowed down his top five schools to include Michigan State and Michigan, the former school being the presumed leader. In him I see maybe a Craig Roh/Tim Jamison ceiling.
I came across this earlier tonight and it gave me a laugh. Michigan is #8 on the list. My first post so I hope the link works.