March 6th, 2012 at 2:23 PM ^

And still no Kate Upton?

Come on MGOBLOG, This is Michigan FERGODSAKES!!!

They told me there were still hero's out there....  I guess they were wrong...

so cold in the D

March 6th, 2012 at 2:27 PM ^

Nice! Now where is Gedeon for that pair? Also according to McCray's interview with 247, Hoke told him that they are only taking two linebackers when McCray committed, which is very surprising. You can check it out here. Great to be apart of this board and its great to be a Michigan fan! Here is the link.



March 6th, 2012 at 2:27 PM ^

An Ohio State legacy kid who watched Courtney Love, Alex Anzalone, and Jaylon Smith all get offers before he did and was clearly shown by Urban Meyer that he wasn't wanted, yet is ranked in the top 100 by every recruiting site?



March 6th, 2012 at 2:43 PM ^

This is downright comical now!  Meyer is making a huge mistake passing on these young Buckeye studs.  We're signing kid after kid who grew up a Buckeye fan who was dissed by Urban.  Stud players from Ohio who have a chip on their shoulder about the Suckeyes?  Yes please, we want MOAR!

Bo Knows

March 6th, 2012 at 2:47 PM ^

Over at eleven warriors they seem to think that Anzalone and Courtney Love are OSU locks and prefer them over McCray.  Anzalone looks like he'll be an animal, but does anyone know anything about Love?  He isn't ranked by any of the recruiting sites yet...  Anyway huge get for us with McCray!


March 6th, 2012 at 2:47 PM ^

Let the LB avalanche commence!

Can very much see McCray in the SAM/rush DE position that Jake Ryan currently resides in.  Expect a 6'4" 240# junior to grow into a 6'5" 260 tweener.


March 6th, 2012 at 3:14 PM ^

This 2013 class is getting ridiculous. Now I know how Ohio felt for all those years of getting their in-state talent. What the hell is Ohio thinking letting all this talent go unoffered?

If Meyer thinks he can recruit nationally like Notre Dame, I hope he enjoys becoming Notre Dame.


March 6th, 2012 at 3:51 PM ^

Now look - I'm not saying anything bad about McCray at all. But OSU didn't offer him. Maybe it's because they don't like him as much as we do, maybe they think he'll be a DE and they don't need more DEs, maybe they like the guys they're in on better than him. Either way, if they wanted him they would have offered him. I don't think Buckeye fans are spinning anything.

It's similar to us with Reschke. He's a top-250 instate LB. We didn't offer and he went to State. We can legitimately say we didn't want him, because we didn't.

Darth Wolverine

March 6th, 2012 at 4:57 PM ^

This is the problem with a lot of Michigan fans. I'm sick of our own fans using Ohio as the bar. No Michigan fan should be saying, "Welllllll, Ohio didn't offer him, so I wonder how good he REALLY is."


The guys we're getting are obviously good enough to play for MICHIGAN. FUCK OHIO. Stop using them as the bar for recruiting. I don't care how good they have been in the last ten years. This is Michigan and players should be considered lucky to come play in Ann Arbor.


March 6th, 2012 at 6:27 PM ^

Did I ever say I was using them as the bar or that he wasn't really that good because OSU didn't offer him?  No, I said nothing of the sort. 

What I said, and maybe I wasn't clear about this, is that we can't hate on OSU fans for saying "well we didn't want him anyway" after his commit because they're actually correct.  Sometimes OSU fans will fawn over a kid, then change their tune when he commits elsewhere.  In this case, he was never an OSU target because they never even offered. 

Let me be clear that I don't care whether or not OSU offered.  We offered, and so did other good programs.  I've watched his tape, I can make a judgment for myself, and I like the pick up.  But it makes us look bad when we link to a Buckeye board after we picked up a kid that didn't have a Buckeye offer. 

And chill out with the caps lock f-bombs.  You look like a child.

Blue Chevy in OTown

March 6th, 2012 at 4:28 PM ^

I'm curious to see what he does when TOSU realizes he's another Joe Bolden, and offers him later.  Will he switch to the dark side?  His dad played for them and was a captain, and they were his childhood favorite.