There was an interesting article on ESPN about how the "decline" of the Big 10 was because of quarterback play.
Michigan is mentioned a few times,
"Michigan recently lost one of its quarterback commitments to, gulp, Tulsa. "
But some good ones, too
"Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez might ultimately be the best thing to happen to the Big Ten since Ohio State coach Jim Tressel. Rodriguez will revolutionize that conference with a dynamic spread offense like Penn State and Northwestern now feature. But it could take time."
"Other than Michigan, Big Ten schools rarely recruit nationally, preferring to stay largely in their geographic footprint. "
So yeah. Opinions?