"I love it that Ivy League coaches are coming to our camp and Big Ten coaches are coming to our camp. South Florida is coming. We've got about 70 schools that are coming to our camp."
"This film should be played loud!"
This was presented at the groundbreaking ceremonies for the Earl V. Moore Building School of Music, Theatre, and Dance renovation and expansion project. Arrangement was done by a graduate student instructor at the School.
According to the Detroit News, Palazeti is still in play, as of today. No call from MSU with an offer as of yet, apparently.
Not sure of his use in Michigan's new offense, but my heart tells me he's a Michigan-type throwback who could contribute.
Any other information on this? Could the news from the News be old? I know Scout has him committed to MSU.
I came across this yesterday and thought I would share it with you all. FYI go to the 3:33 mark for the song.
I am an avid poker fan and player (although avid does not equal good). I've been a fan of the WSOP for awhile now and follow it every year - not just the TV coverage, but the other events and thanks to ESPN360.com, you can watch some of the final tables to their entirety (around 6-7 hour long gaming sessions).
Anyways, I'm reading a blog about the final table and they're talking about how the players are making their entrance. One person who has caught my attention is Joe Cada. Why? Because of this:
Joe Cada was in typical form, surrounded by his friends and family wearing University of Michigan gear with "The Kid" on it.
This quote is taken from ESPN's main poker blog. I think it's kind of cool to have that kind of visibility, even though we aren't sponsoring him or anything.
Now for the spoiler - he is officially the chip leader and will convene for heads up play tonight (no idea when the actual taping is) against Darvin Moon (the old chip leader) and hopefully he'll still be wearing some Michigan gear.
I am always up for more Michigan publicity.
The UofM/PSU game always jogs my memory back to this hit:
Can anyone tell me what happened to the PSU guy? I know the UofM kid broke a bone in his neck. The YouTube member says it ended both of their careers, is this true for the PSU kid?
This has to be one of the top five worst collisions in football. Or at least one of the most violent.