Tennessee is not recruiting well just because they got 18 dudes
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|2 days 8 hours ago||Dude||
You have Fabian Johnson on the bench? He's literally the last guy who will be on the bench. By far USMNT's best player.
|2 days 8 hours ago||This||
Is Spot On.
|4 days 5 hours ago||Huge Pickup||
Nice job UM Bball staff!
|1 week 10 hours ago||Spot on||
Beckerman is slow and provides absolutely no offense. I'm baffled he's even on the team.
|2 weeks 6 days ago||No||
None of the kids mentioned have wealthy parents. All mentioned are from families that many would label poor.
For the record, if guys are getting free cars and free clothes I could care less. Doesn't harm anyone. I just hate it that Saban rants about rules when they are being broken all the time. Same with Ole Miss.
|3 weeks 1 day ago||I might be in the minority||
But I think Klinsmann has done a great job so far. He finally has made US soccer exciting to follow with his ability to recruit. Without Klinsmann the team doesn't have Fabian Johnson, John Brooks, Jermain Jones and a bunch of others. Folks have been complaining about his line-up tinkering the past couple years but that's the best way to figure out who the top players really are.
It's clear he's building the team towards the 2018 World Cup and for the first time I think US could seriously challenge making the semi-finals with the talent he's accrued and developed. Imagine how good Yeldin, Pulisic, Nagbe, Zardes, Wood, Altidore and Brooks will be in 2 years? All are under 25 except Nagbe and Altidore (both 26) with Pulisic being 17 right now. Fabian Johnson (28) is the team's best player and Bedoya is looking better and better. I've never really been a fan of Bradley because he's a total liability on defense but he'll still be in his prime next World Cup.
Hopefully, Copa America will be the first glimpse of what's to come and will calm the masses.
|8 weeks 2 days ago||Yes||
I'm with you on this. Tons of Michigan Law alums in DOJ and this seems to have run up the flag pole rather quickly. Normally, it takes 5-6 months for DOJ to get involved or 1-2 months for something very big. This was in about a month or so.
|12 weeks 3 days ago||This deserves||
|12 weeks 3 days ago||Doesn't This Deserve||
|14 weeks 2 days ago||Why is||
This team so painful to watch sometimes?????? We should be killing Tulsa. Nobody on their team can shoot.
|15 weeks 14 hours ago||If Only||
We'd play this way all year. Definitely would have at least 2 more wins.
|15 weeks 1 day ago||If Irvin||
Didn't take so many low percentage jumpshots it would really help with our offensive efficiency.
|17 weeks 2 days ago||Holy F***||
If Olah made that I would've thrown the romote.
|17 weeks 2 days ago||Gawwwwd||
This is tough to watch. Trouble all year against mediocre bigs.
|18 weeks 3 days ago||Are you serious?||
Michigan has won 4 of the last 5 against Ohio State. Please inform the board who is a bigger rival than OSU.
|18 weeks 3 days ago||Would be nice||
Would be nice if we tried for once to get the ball inside and let Mark D do work in the post. If Mark made a couple buckets that would generate more space on the perimeter and give our guys better looks.
|20 weeks 3 days ago||That highlight of Doyle||
Just about sums it about. No F****** idea what to do on defense.
|20 weeks 3 days ago||This is||
even getting more embarrassing.
|20 weeks 3 days ago||Anybody got any good news on the recruiting front?||
This is straight-up depressing. Wtf is all this iso stuff?
|21 weeks 3 days ago||Brian||
|22 weeks 2 days ago||Ricky Doyle||
Is so bad. Bad fouls on defense. Can't rebound and can't finish around the rim. Thank god for Mark Donnal.
|22 weeks 6 days ago||Is well known in the South||
It is well known in the South in football circles that Ole Miss is extremely corrupt. Boosters stash cash underneath kids cars, place in the mail, and pay for their steroid cycles. Stuff happens like this around the country but to a totally different degree at Ole Miss. Auburn comes close followed by Alabama and Tennessee. One of Mark Ritcht's undoing was his program was actually extremely clean and would confront shady boosters and that's how his staff lost out on many top Georgia kids.
|23 weeks 3 days ago||I find interesting||
I find it interesting the part of the country that preaches their love of free markets and then wants ridiculous regulations for the area thats most important to them.
|23 weeks 3 days ago||Well it's clear...||
S EEEE Scared
A CCCC Clowns
|24 weeks 1 day ago||Well||
You know you've really screwed up as an NFL owner when a college coach that's being paid less than what you would pay AND wouldn't even have to re-locate turns down an interview with you.
|24 weeks 4 days ago||Do you even watch the Pac-12???||
The Pac-12 South has consistently been one of the Top 2 Divisions in college football besides the SEC West. Your post is such a joke. Love Michigan but in all honestly Zona would've smoked Michigan each of the year's RRod has been there except this past year.
|28 weeks 1 day ago||The Fact We Are Talking About This Is Absurd||
Beilein is awesome on and off the court but if folks want to replace him, who could do a better job? The teams that have performed better than Michigan the past few years are Duke, Kentucky, Louisville, Kansas, Michigan State and maybe Florida and you could maybe throw in Ohio State.
Well we are not getting Duke's coach; The guy running Kentucky's program has brought sanctions everywhere he's been; Louisville has been run by guy whose assistants have encouraged academic fraud and recruiting with hookers and strippers; Kansas has been a consistent disappointment in the NCAA tournament and we beat them on our best tournament run; we are not getting Michigan State's coach; Ohio State's and Florida's programs have been on par with ours.
We've gone from a fan base excited to make the tournament to thinking the sky is falling after a couple losses. BUT it's the way we lose?? Come on, a win is a win, a loss is a loss.
Also, I don't want our program to become some sketch factory run by a used car saleman like John Cap or Rick P.
|29 weeks 1 day ago||This is not going to happen||
Rich Rod is asking for an absurd amount of money. The insiders on the Arizona and South Carolina boards are reporting close to $6 mill. Basically, he's using this as a way to get a raise out of Arizona.
|30 weeks 4 days ago||There's a reason||
LSU is not in the top 100 schools for academics. Not surprising their fan base has no idea what's realistic.
|34 weeks 1 day ago||I went to HS in Camp Hill||
Camp Hill is one of the smallest schools in the state with 25-40 kids per grade. The school consists of basically 3 very wealthy neighborhoods in Central Pennsylvania. I have friends that coach in the area and they say he looks great on the field against very small subpar competition. He also has the benefit of throwing to maybe the top tight end in the 2018 class in Zach Kuntz (6'8 240 4.9) who many in the area think is a 5 star prospect and the best player in the area since 5-star Noah Spence.
The kid is definitely pretty smart, has the measurables (6'3 190 4.8 40 yrd), and overall he's a great athlete.
The surrounding area (Harrisburg) Kuntz is from has produced LeSean McCoy, former Wolverine Jason Kates, and Aaron Berry (all of whom I graduated with), as well as tons of others studs.
I would say this is big, especially if it helps lure Kuntz who I know is a ND and PSU lean.