Interesting recruiting story has emerged from Georgia. Looks like they will part with DL coach Tracy Rocker. Allegedly, he had an argument with Solomon's mum and it's speculated that this lead to his firing.
So it looks like New Orleans High School coaches are pretty pissed at coach O for what some might call, "dirty recruiting". He pretty much did what OSU did with Mike Weber, and waited till after signing day before making coaching changes.
Assistant coach and one of his top recruiters, Jabbar Juluke was re-assigned after signing day, making sure LSU secured those recruits.
Here is the Link,
Thiyo Lukusa is not passionate about football and is quitting. He played in 7 games last year at OT.
We're all marks for Tom Brady stuff, and this article (I saw it linked by national NFL writer Bill Barnwell) is heavy on Brady and heavy on quality numbers. Of particular interest to us is the inclusion of substantial detail from Brady's Michigan career, and a clear implication that his ability (and luck) in close games was something that started with us.
A representative quote:
Such results at Michigan may have felt fluke-ish for the guy who was a good college quarterback but not a great one. But nearly 20 years later, the end of the 1999 season at Michigan turned out to be the perfect indicator of what was to follow in the NFL.
Come for Tom Brady stuff, stay for the eye-opening Michigan detail. Worth your time. Pay close attention to the discussion of Michigan's record in close games.
Edit: Adjusted the title so that nobody thinks the article is about Hoke.
First ballz on a 2018 prospect since 2018 became the main cycle on last Thursday.
Quick interview with former Buckeye Terrelle Pryor on our new AC/OC Pep Hamilton. Looks like Harbaugh found another winner and someone that can also develop WRs better than Zach Smith (although that's not very hard).