"Michigan, UCLA, Clemson and Houston each have their own cover, with SI’s experts projecting two of those programs to reach the College Football Playoff.
The Michigan cover, featuring Jabrill Peppers—who is profiled by Andy Staples in the magazine—will be sent to in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Delaware, Connecticut, Maryland, Washington DC, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, South Dakota, Nebraska and Eastern Missouri."
Hey, what's up, it's Randle
I know you've missed me, my socks, and sandals
It's the middle of the summer
No news. That's a bummer
But it's your lucky day and I'm your clover
Because I've 'shopped some pics to tide you over
(Updated with "click to embiggen"
Maybe now you can find the surprise I've hidden)
Hey guys, I made a couple more hype videos for the offseason. Constructive criticism always welcome. Enjoy!
"All The Way Up" - Jabrill Peppers
"All I Do" - Jehu Chesson
View on YouTube
and that's with them already having to raise capacity by 200 spots due to demand (the original cap filled up in 8 days)
The full story (with an obligitory Freep link warning): http://www.freep.com/story/sports/college/university-michigan/wolverines/2016/05/24/michigan-football-satellite-camp-paramus/84848808/
If you don't want to click on that, I guess I'll copy and paste the full thing:
Angelique posted this story at 4:19 am, so it's entirely possible that she was drunk at the time or is a vampire.
Michigan defensive coordinator Don Brown is feeling pretty good about one known defensive commodity, Jabrill Peppers, and already has a good feeling about a bit of an unknown at Michigan, Rashan Gary.
“The minute you put him out there, is he the SAM, what is he? How do you play him? Is he a third safety? Is he a third corner? What is he? Those are the things you’re looking at trying to accomplish with a guy of his nature.”
Peppers won’t know just based on the personnel what his role will be.
“Until he hears the call,” Brown said.
I totally stole this from MGoUser: Petered0158:
Hypothetical: who would win a team of 11 Rashan Gary(s) or a team of 11 Jabrill Peppers? I am shocked that it has taken us this long to discuss this important question.
This is an important question that needs discussion.
It would have to be Gary because he/they would absolutely destroy both the OL and DL right? And yet, just hike it to 1/11th Peppers and have him run backwards about 30 yards, create a lot of space, and then, you know avoid 11 Garys on his way to a TD (this works. Source: Techmo Bowl).
Also, I'm sorry.