The nutty Michigan coverage isn't so much about Harbaugh as it is a signal to the Big Ten that Fox wants to party.
Camp Sanderson has paid off for Ricky Doyle, by the looks of this instagram pic. And for those that don't know, that's Duncan Robinson on the far right.
Sorry, don't know how to embed the pic.
Our good "pal" Bret Bielema apparently doesn't know how good his Arkansas team is...but has a range of where he thinks they should be ranked:
"I don't think we're No. 76. I don't think we're No. 1," Bielema told reporters before an appearance at the Little Rock Touchdown Club. "I think we're somewhere in between."
Guess he will find out pretty quickly how good they are:
However, the schedule isn’t kind for the Razorbacks, who open at Auburn, the defending SEC champion and national championship runner-up, and then play at Texas Tech two weeks later. If there’s some saving grace, the Razorbacks do get Alabama and LSU at home.
He is Number 1 for Drunk OMG Shirtless!!! though:
Apologies for the OMG SHIRTLESS faithful, but I don't know how to embed instagram shots - but Wolverine247 posted this on Facebook today. Dude was already a monster, and now he is the hulk!
Freshman athlete Jabrill Peppers shows off his improved physique after only a short time with the Michigan strength and conditioning staff.
If someone else can embed, that would be appreciated!
Here's the link in case I still haven't figured out how to embed.
EDIT: quickly pointed out that this should have been an OMG Shirtless post. I'm ashamed.
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It'll be interesting to see how this affects his game.
Denard definitely looks more comfortble catching the ball now than he did during senior bowl practices, but the rest of this is just guys running around and lifting things to my untrained eye. I mean are we supposed to be hand timing these at home? Hopefully people who know about stuff will explain what's happening in the comments.
Denard highlights and interview:
NFL Network analysis (of Denard):