January 16th, 2013 at 8:50 PM ^

My sister is an OSU grad and she is barely making minimum wage.  That should be good fuel for this board.  She majored in a degree that doesn't pay well.  I believe the type of degree may be more important than the school itself.  Although, if I were to be completely honest, the Michigan fans that live in Ohio tend to be the lower educated, never stepped foot in Ann Arbor types.  The ones that I have met at Michigan away games that are graduates of U of M are nothing short of great people. 


January 16th, 2013 at 9:03 PM ^

I don't trust anyone from a rival team who compliments my team;  it seems like what I would do if I wanted to create a pretend login for this site...


Actually, I wonder how many people have multiple logins to this site...  I would like to create 7 or 8 other logins so I could always posbang my self and negbang my enemies... but I am too lazy...



January 16th, 2013 at 10:32 PM ^

have never done anything on the field here. Lots of teams recruit "beasts", but if the hype doesn't translate to production in real games, it doesn't mean a thing. Our coaching staff has yet to prove they can develop championship level D linemen out of good recruits.


January 16th, 2013 at 6:18 PM ^

They can get to 28, that is about it. With two spots remaining, they feel good about both Green and the TE from Texas, Durham Smythe.

If they don't get all of the above two, some random 5* player may just show up at Metro Airport for an official to Michigan.

Sione's Flow

January 16th, 2013 at 6:39 PM ^

Best of luck to Mr. Hunt in all his future endeavors. Would have been a nice addition, but still ecstatic about this class of O-linemen. Maybe the coaches have a good feeling about Smythe, who could potentially wind up on the O-line. Or maybe there's a highly rated WR, that wants to join this class.


January 16th, 2013 at 6:46 PM ^

Maybe I'm just being positive here, but if the coaches are willing to not recruit a kid that had a good shot at committed to Michigan then they must have the other spots locked up - or as locked up as they can be.


January 16th, 2013 at 8:30 PM ^

with Chip bolting Oregon, are there any WR that we may have a chance to flip in the coming weeks? by all accounts the coaches have given up the search for another WR in this class, but I would love to get a big time playmaker.

turd ferguson

January 16th, 2013 at 11:30 PM ^

Right.  Finally, someone has mentioned that he'd like to see game-breaking WRs and he's concerned about Hoke's recruiting of skill position players.  I've been wondering when this point would first appear on this blog, and I think it finally happened thanks to Webber's Pimp in this thread.

Sorry to be an ass, but this comment is driving me a little crazy.  If you throw away the 2011 class as one lost to the coaching transition, Hoke has had two classes.  Across them, he has landed a five-star QB and very likely will land a five-star RB.  He finished as the runner up for two other five-star RBs (Ty Isaac & Brionte Dunn).  Despite having an offense that in no way shows recruits how the passing game will look in the coming years, he's landed a four-star WR in Amara Darboh and several others on the 3/4 star border (Dukes, Chesson, etc.).

I'd love to get a Treadwell type receiver, too, but you can't always get everything you want in one or two recruiting classes.