decent article "How Jim Harbaugh recruited Andrew Luck from Houston and what it could mean for Michigan's future in Texas"
nothing groundbreaking, just more insight into JMFH
(btw, excuse the osu stuff on the page, it being an ohio website and all)
I am sure whoever watched the Colts-Chiefs game yesterday got reminded of that 2011 UTL TD by Denard
1:23 mark in the 2011 UTL video
Trying to embed in OP for the first time, so apologies in advance if it does not work. Here are the direct links -
EDIT: The embed seems to have worked, but could not fix the starting time in second youtube embed to 1:23. Mods please fix if you can. Thanks!
The Colts lead the Broncos 26-14 at half right now. Also, the Lions lost on a GW field goal. The Patriots lost on a GW field goal after a very controversial call, so much so the NFL changed its rulebook.
Per many sources on Twitter. Let the speculation begin, as it has in the social mediasphere. Does this affect what Harbaugh does? Or, does Luck have information that everyone else doesn't? Good decision by Luck, by the way. An architectural design degree from Stanford will last him a lifetime.