"Frankly, I haven't liked Pryor one bit since he was such a diva on the recruiting trails, and his stupidity only gives me one further reason not to like a guy I was never a fan of in the first place. The only good thing you can say about Pryor... at least he doesn't play for Michigan. And go Trojans."
Whether it's a dig at Michigan or a back-handed compliment, I'm also glad he doesn't play for Michigan. I'll take our two guys over TP right now and going forward. (Last year, not-so-much.)
Contrast interviews between Devin and Terrelle and how they've handled themselves during the recruiting process, both as the #1 QB in the country. Pryor has all the tools and will probably turn out alright, but Devin Gardner just seems to me like a mature, class kid. While Pryor couldn't have been more of a diva, most of Gardner's comments focus around competing hard and gaining respect for his team.
Amazing how Michigan went from a position of real need a year ago to an embarrassment of riches at that same position. Rodriguez is bringing in hard-working, talented, class kids in spite of last year's record. Tate and Denard are at the same time confident and humble, even though they electrify hundreds of thousands of Michigan fans every time they step onto the field.
Now if we can just get some more CBs and D-linemen The Big House will truly be a house of horrors for opposing teams.