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).
Suprised that WD hasn't posted about this considering he posts when they release socks...
Unlike little obscure news like that, this is something that may actually interest some of you!
The M Den released a cool line of Signing Of The Stars gear with the "Building and Attacking With an Enthusiasm Unknown To Mankind" Logo featured on them. Great shirts, hats, etc. for when recruiting is really in full swing!
They are currently at the top of the new arrivals page:
Enjoy and Go Blue!
Haven't seen much about this. Nothing on ISU's website about Roundtree, but here's the release about Mallory.
Best of luck to both at the D1 FCS level, Missouri Valley Football Conference.