spoiler alert: i linked this
Legal Services Corporation connects legal service providers to low income people. Harbaugh will be on the Leaders Council.
Quote of relevance regarding Harbaugh:
“The first step to more funding is more awareness,” said Sandman. “If Jim Harbaugh would simply speak on the issue [of the legal aid crisis] it would be heard differently.” Sandman credits Sidley Austin partner John Levi, the chairman of LSC’s board, with recruiting the famed football coach and others. “John knows everybody,” he said.
The SEC and ACC are now lobbying the NCAA to ban coaches from working with low income people in any capacity.
In the thread about NJ WR Bo Melton, someone mocked Rutgers because a team of Rutgers alumni beat the active team in 1996. I was curious how Michigan alumni would stack up against the current team. Here are some possible guys who are former Michigan players. Some of them are active in the league, some of them are retired, but still in decent shape, afaik. I think they would make the nucleus of a pretty good team. Curious who you would pick to win.
- QB - Tom Brady (backup - Chad Henne)
- WR - Devin Funchess
- WR - Devin Gardner
- WR - Jason Avant
- RB - Denard Robinson
- RB - Fitz Toussaint
- OL - Taylor Lewan
- OL - Michael Schofield
- OL - Jake Long
- OL- David Molk
- OL - Patrick Omameh
- DL - Alan Branch
- DT - William Campbell
- DE - Frank Clark
- DT - Mike Martin
- LB - Brandon Graham (backup Brennan Beyer)
- LB - David Harris (backup Cam Gordon)
- LB - Jake Ryan (backup Kenny Demens, LaMarr Woodley)
- S - Stevie Brown
- S - Jordan Kovacs
- CB - Leon Hall (backup Charles Woodson)
- CB - Ryan Mundy
- P - Matt Wile
- PK - Brendan Gibbons
I love what Coach Harbaugh is doing, and I love the current team, but I think they would get whipped by Michigan alumni.
EDIT: I think it should be clear, but I'm asking, if the game were played RIGHT NOW, not when players were at their best, but today . . . say a month from now, who would win?
These numbers are from 2014 so I would expect them to be quite a bit higher for 2015 and 2016. We had the 3rd highest expenses, behind only Texas and OSU.
MSU lagging behind at #17 as expected.
Oliver Luck, the NCAA’s executive vice president of regulatory affairs, said Monday morning while speaking to a meeting of the Northeast Ohio Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association, he expects the NCAA to revisit the recent rule to ban satellite camps.
LINK (DetNews). Best news to come out of Ohio since Charles Woodson's birth announcement.