With DJ Carton committing to OSU (boo), Watts is another potential guard option for Michigan. Michigan joins Michigan State, Louisville, Florida State, UConn, Xavier, Oregon, and Missouri in his top 8. Watts is a 4*, #37 in the country according to 247 and a 4*, #38 according to the composite
I think everyone is a bit sad and confused about the news from yesterday, but this is Carton's explanation for committing to OSU. Still find his explanation a bit odd given that this definitely wasn't his first time meeting current players on the team, but what are ya gonna do. I hope enjoys losing ;)
I do not recall if this was ever posted to please don't waterboard me with cat urine if it was already posted. The search feature came up with nothing (not sure if it even works). But worth the watch if you want to hear things said by Webber .
There's been a lot of Duncan Robinson fluff lately, but hey, he's awesome, and it's the offseason. Plus, I'm guessing that I'm one of the few members of the MGoBlog world who has connections both to Williams College and to Michigan.
Apparently former Louisville player Luke Hancock can't go anywhere without being reminded about his team's cheating ways and he can't stand it.
Hancock and a handful of other former players are suing the NCAA to try and get the wins, banner, and yes, Luke's MVP reinstated.
Maybe, in truth, he's mad they didn't give him any of the hookers and blow.
Nothing ceases to amaze me anymore.
Discussing his new contract, etc. I haven't listened to all of it but it's pretty fun so far.
My brother hosts the official Laker podcast and he had the opportunity to interview Moe Wagner yesterday. Tons of conversation about his time at Michigan, Coach Beilein and breaking Nick Ward's ankles. Listen via the link below or search "America's Lakers Podcast" on iTunes
Here's the daily update on M cagers currently grinding it out in the NBA Summer League.
D Robinson - 31m 3/7 3/4 1/2 1r 10pts
D Walton Jr - 32m 5/15 0/6 1/2 5r 6a 4s 11pts
Per the young man's instagram he has cut his list to three and its being reported the three will be Michigan, IU and OSU with a decision "coming sooner than later" per some insiders