this week in unintentionally grim-sounding recruiting headlines
Braylon Edwards' job is in jeopardy after the Jets signed Mohamed Massaquoi yesterday:
Steve Breaston was released by the NO Saints a couple days ago:
Mario Manningham was placed on the PUP list by the SF 49ers and will miss at least the first 6 games of the season:
David Terrell was arrested on felony drug charges a couple days ago in Chicago:
And of course, Amara Darboh is out for the season after foot surgery. Jeremy Gallon and Jason Avant need to be extra careful right now.
SLIGHT MOD EDIT - I modified the title so that people would not think that the current Michigan WR depth chart was taking further hits. LSA
Title says it all. Hope he lands on a contender...
Steve Breaston makes a cameo in Wiz Khalfi video, "Work Hard Play Hard."
Notice the signed jersey. Notice him running Lloyd Carr style steps. Notice ballet shoes. Notice hard hats.
Sorry if already posted. I searched.
As most of us know, former Wolverine and current Arizona Cardinal Steve Breaston is a creative individual, aside from being an exciting football player. He posted this Youtube video of his poem about the NFL Lockout.
I understand why, as the anti-ESPN Classic, WolverineHistorian doesn't do Michigan losses. But sometimes the difference between winning and losing is so small that I feel like it's almost inconsequential when judging the overall greatness of a game. I can promise you that's not how I felt on January 1, 2005 (or January 1, 2000). I'm not sure if it's just the passing of time or what Vince Young did to the college football world the next season or both, but I definitely feel now that this is a great Michigan football game.
This was the first time the Rose Bowl was in HD. Does anyone know if there were other Michigan games that year in HD? If not, this would be the first HD Michigan game too. Quarters 2-4 are untouched streams from a blu-ray rip. I had to re-encode the pregame/1st quarter to get it in under YouTube's 2GB limit. OK yeah tl;dr, commence seeking for shots of GERG.