"It's a lot easier being a drug dealer than an AAU coach" - this guy. Tell me something I don't know. I mean, don't think but have never tried either.
It's nice to see he's trying to fit in with his new home as he flips off the crowd during Monday Night Football.
Michigan may need a new nonconference opponent in 2016.
Found this on Football Scoop...apparently these are the 5 cleat options under consideration for the game vs PSU.
Yes, I stole Wolverine Devotee's thunder
FWIW, I hope they go with the top right- the lesser of evils
Well I don't think it was really in question after the video came out, but it looks like it just became official.
Michigan announces that Csont'e York has been dismissed from the program.— Nick Baumgardner (@nickbaumgardner) August 18, 2014
3 appearances in the Top 25! Unfortunately/fortunately, 1 of those is a home game...
Sharon Katz of ESPN gives UM a good chance to start 7-0. According to the article
New offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier should bring toughness and physicality to an offense that was wildly inconsistent last season. Nussmeier's first task will be filling the gaps in an O-line that allowed the most negative plays (sacks and tackles for loss) in the nation. With an improved line, QB Devin Gardner should be able to return to his 2012 form, when he had the highest QBR (91.0) of any player in the nation with at least 150 action plays.
I did not know that Devin had such a high rating in 2012. It then goes on to say
Michigan's toughest early-season test will be at Notre Dame, a game with considerable historical significance, as it will be the last scheduled meeting between the two schools. According to FPI, Michigan has a 55 percent chance to beat the Irish. In every other game through Week 7, the Wolverines have at least a 70 percent chance to win.
Three other teams are mentioned as being underestimated.