The report said the victim "sustained bruises on his neck from this event."
At about 10:25 a.m., two males were witnessed "wrestling on the ground" in the South Oval, according to the police report. The primary witness is a university employee who declined to comment, but said in the police report that Berry was muttering things such as "I don't know what is going on around me." The report said Berry "appeared confused and disoriented and was unable to tell me his name."
The middle-aged woman said that the student on the ground had attacked another student. The student on the ground, who was later identified as Jaamal Berry, was clearly out of sorts and appeared to be quite disconnected from his surroundings."Discuss.
While walking back to the car from the Michigan/Purdue game, I heard an unfortunately conversation between two Michigan fans. Long story short - they were talking about how they planned to boo Ezeh.
Now, I know that Ezeh has been the subject of many, if not all, our consternation, but seriously - DO NOT BOO ANYONE. I can't believe that I even have to bring this up to those who actually might think about booing. First off, that's going to look horrible to the recruits that will be there and second, Michigan football is family. That's not meant to be cliche - it's the truth. I love Michigan and I will root for the uniform until I die, so therefore, I will root for anyone that wears that uniform, no matter how much he may be lacking in LB instincts. Ezeh has been the butt of many jokes and drawn a ton of ire, but he is still a Michigan Wolverine and for that, I will thank him for his services with thunderous applause.
Go Blue. Beat Wisconsin.
a quick run down of the story says that several, i've heard the number 7, football players from the university of tennessee were involved in a bar fight last night which ended in the assault on an off-duty knoxville police officer. one player has been charged so far, Da'Rick Rogers a freshman 5* receiver.