Fred Jackson confirmed that his son's fate will be decided in the next few days. Although he is still currently on the team, Fred said that a decision is coming soon. Josh is wrapped up in some sort of academic scandal. Those that are close to it are saying that he will be shown the door. This will be a major blow to the Hokies as he is the third starter departing. 2 for academics and 1 major injury.
Jim Harbaugh talking about 2 players leaving Michigan made many speculate about who they were. Many guessed Brandon Peters. Why did so many bring up his name? Such talk of Brandon Peters transferring before that day made many bristle and say, "Let's not even talk about players transferring". But with so many speculating he was going to be one of the 2, it revealed how many have had a feeling Brandon Peters is going to leave Michigan.
Sounds like Biff's personally financed harder, better, faster, stronger style recruiting did not sit well with the other area private schools.
Harbaugh's in-state recruiting woes continue. Dixon is #252 in the composite but #72 overall in the 247 rankings. After missing on Willie Gay in 2017 and Otis Reese in 2018, Dixon would mark the third straight year UM has missed on their top Viper target if he does indeed commit to PSU. It would also mark the fourth top 5 player in MI to commit somewhere other than Ann Arbor.
What he brings: McCaffrey is a more athletic version of his older brother, Dylan, a freshman quarterback at Michigan. Luke is a sneaky good athlete with good feet and good wheels and he possesses high upside as a passer. He is a late bloomer who has a smooth release and can be a dangerous runner and creator outside the pocket. He is one of those players you project to get better as he gets older.
...days until Tai Streets (WR 1995-1998) sees the 2018 edition of his Michigan Wolverines show some development in the receiving core!
Back on the countdown grind after that whole new site speed-bump, once I figure out how to embed images I'll start to get used to it and things will run more smoothly.
Go Blue and To Hell With Notre Dame!
Looks like Illinois hockey is becoming a reality. If I could figure out how to paste the link with this browser that would help.
Sometimes reality truly is stranger than fiction. Ingham County prosecutors let Corley, King and Vance plead guilty to a law from the 1800's that is still on the books.
If this law was enforced daily - think most guys in college would be prosecuted at one time or another.