A mix of Jack and coke if I had to guess. Maybe he's an appletini kind of guy, who knows?
Will Gholston to MSU
Thank god, finally we can stop pretending there's a chance.
Is this going to go "public" any moment, or will it hold until morning?
He's going to hold a presser apparently. He's not going to answer anymore questions until then.
I, for one, am shocked!
Who's Will Gholston?
these gholston's really don't like U of M; One goes to OSU, the other to Little Brother
I saw Dior mathis's facebook and on his status it says yeah I chose star and now it's time u come too
Anyone got a translation???
Uh...wow. Not only did you just butcher a language, but you conveyed a completely incorrect message. Gholston didn't say anything of the sort about "you come too" to Mathis.
I love it when people argue about what was on a kid's Facebook page.
I love it when you dance in your short shorts. But it's still horrifying to everyone else.
What can I say? I'm a masochist apparently.
Mom went to State and older brother or cousin (whichever it was) went to OSU. Probably would have made for some pretty interesting Thanksgiving dinners if he had gone to UM. Good luck to the kid, he is going to need it.
just get handled by some OL that isn't even in Rivals database at a camp? I heard it was so bad this Gholston fellow refused to go against him the last time.
don't be a hypocrite. If he had committed to Michigan, you would be like OMGOMGOMG we got a beast! He's gonna be a decent-good player. And I'm sure he didnt refuse to go up against someone in a camp.
Its a joke. I'll try to find the article again, but it did say he backed off the last time. I think the deathbacker would have fit him perfectly, but lets face despite his comments about the prom outfit not meaning anything he stll committed to them. Everyone knew he was going to EL.
when my sarcasm meter fucks up ;/ my apologies.
....well, I'll be honest, I have no problem with him going to State. College football is more interesting when your biggest rivals are good. There was not much too exciting with watching State get rolled by Michigan every year earlier this decade. I prefer that the big rivals (Little Brother, Notre Dame, Ohio State) be at the top of their game. It makes it even more sweet when Michigan wins, and more palatable when Michigan loses.
I wish him well, and I am thankful that he will not ply his trade in Columbus.
has what STALKERS CRAVE!
So, are we going to start hearing RR can't recruit in-state again?
Gholston lives with an MSU guy, and Hicks goes to an MSU feeder school. MSU's other commits (Lippett, Bullough) were never offered by us.
Something like: "Poor RR has to go to states of little talent like Florida and Texas to sign recruits because he is owned at home."
I would rather have U of M's nation-wide recruiting base than MSU's recent success in Michigan. Michigan just isn't talent-rich enough to have as your (more-or-less) sole recruiting base.
I think I just placed your quote. Is it Iggy Pop in the movie Dead Man?
The happiest thing is that we can stop talking about this kid, as duly mentioned before. I'll take RR's stance on this "I will only talk about kids that play for Michigan." Or want to play for Michigan.
Not all five-stars pan out and not all three stars are horrible, so we'll have to see which one he is - boom or bust.
Or he's like Prescott Burgess and really good for 1 year.
and he goes last pick in the NFL draft only to become the next Ray Lewis X20!!!
Brady and his posse likes to stab people in Atlanta?
I heard this was first reported by new recruiting news site "Duh".
so, the 2nd parakeet didn't get along with the 1st and you needed a 2nd cage eh?
I come up with practical applications for those everyday. The girlfriend is buying a new puppy later this summer, so I am sure they will get some use there.
Both school are great... the ultimate argument from a state grad. let's just call 'em equal. while we're at it, let's just call stanford equal to UM b/c well, they're both great schools. There is a big difference b/t State and UM and if you can't see that... well maybe you should be at state.
A diploma from Harvard means jack if...
Some resumes float to the top during the hiring process. Those with "Harvard University" or, "University of Michigan" tend to do just that. Others, not so much.
There's no point in even debating this. State has no argument and wins if we so much as even debate it. Fuck it. State has a couple of programs that are better for certain things, but overall who cares?
It's no more pathetic than paying someone $10 to post an acceptance letter to a school they didn't get into.
just the Honors college students. the rest are maybe 2nd grade at best.
Please learn how to respond to individual posts. We can't have uninformed Arrogance all over a thread.
"I paid $40K too, but I got a Ford Focus because I like it better."
can i use that in the future?
Not until you fucking learn how to properly hit the reply button.
is this thread going to go?
1. UM is the best school in Michigan by every objective measure. The students there are objectively smarter than every other school in Michigan, as a group. Graduates are afforded better and more prestigious opportunities.
2. Some cross-admits choose MSU over UM. The most common reason for doing so is scholarship money or MSU's offering of some major that UM does not offer. A few will choose MSU based on "quality of life" factors such as closeness to home, feel, or whatever.
3. Those that chose MSU over UM to maximize future opportunities/earning capacity without regard for the factors I named above made a mistake. Pure and simple.
4. The top 50% of UM students wouldn't be bragging about university averages. The likelihood of referencing "average" statistics increases with distance below the mean.
The bottom 50% of UM students would be the top 10% at MSU.
so that you don't get some of the ridiculous arguments set out earlier in the thread. Obviously, my argument holds true at every level of GPA.
Top 5% at UM > top 5% at MSU
Top 25% at UM > top 25% at MSU
Top 50% at UM > top 50% at MSU
Top 95% at UM > top 95% at MSU
And so on. Hopefully you were just being intentionally obtuse and argumentative rather than just lacking the capacity to understand that you just made an irrelevant point that has no bearing on anything I said.
That would be obvious from student body size alone.
MSU has around 36,000 undergrads; UM has only 26,000. UM would naturally be more selective with 10K less spots to fill.
Hopefully, you were being intentionally obtuse rather than lacking the capacity to understand simple statistical distributions and sample sizes.
Again, the only people who would brag about university averages are those well below it.
Michigan State has hotter girls. And dumber girls are more likely to...yeah. What is this thread about again?