"Coach Mattison told me what the Ravens were about, what he thought," Beyer said. "He definitely encouraged me. I hold his opinion in high regard."
I am celebrating with enthusiasm unknown to mankind. Today I was accepted to Michigan. A lifelong dream. Life is beyond good. I'm polishing off a bottle of Moet and going to watch some hockey and savor this feeling. I will upvote ANYTHING right now. So let's do it. Hail to the Victors!
A 3 sentence article, so no need to click the link.
Vegas has the over/under on wins at 7.5 (not too surprising), and has us as 3.5 point dogs to MSU. The Harbaugh effect is in full force, considering they beat us by 24 last year.
I'll embed the tweet below however, in a brilliant move, the satellite camp in Florida is a night camp being held at the Dolphins Training Facility and hosted by Coach Devin Bush. He happens to be the father of Michigan target Devin Bush Jr.
I know it was stated that the Fresno camp was at the suggestion of Caleb Kelly and he felt it was set up just for him. I now think he's right.
#1 on the list is Harbaugh v Meyer in The Game.
"Lots will happen between the opener and the College Football Playoff, of course, but here are 100 things we hope to see this year. Here's a hint: Mr. Harbaugh is featured prominently throughout."
EDIT: An additional link from Sporting News, provided by lilpenny1316.
Saw this in the local rag this morning (LINK):
Former Davenport Central football star Roger Craig was back in the Quad-Cities recently and noted that all of his old teams seem to be in transition right now. Davenport Central, the University of Nebraska and the San Francisco 49ers all have made recent coaching changes.
Craig was especially disheartened to see Jim Harbaugh leave the 49ers to become the head coach at Michigan. “Harbaugh is the guy that built the culture there …’’ he said. “We weren’t any good for about 10 years before he got there. We were in a dark hole. He took us out of the dark hole and gave us light.
I’m really afraid they’re going to go backward now.’’ Craig said he liked Harbaugh because his players played hard, like they were “starving’’ for victory. “You have to play like you’re starving. Not hungry. Hungry isn’t good enough …’’
Craig said. “When you’re starving, you’ll do whatever is necessary to get your food. You want your players to play like they’re starving.’’
Happy Mother's Day, and Go Blue!
From Brian's Unverified Voracity Post:
"Soon he will start appearing in historically significant photos and no one will remember that he was not, in fact, present."
I was able to find a few of said photos...
Harbaugh celebrating VJ Day. August 14, 1945 #KhakisAreTimeless
Yalta Conference Feb, 1945. Harbaugh offering Stalin Eastern Europe and Columbus, OH. #WarmerJacket