More Dax Hill tea-leaves.

Submitted by Bo Nederlander on September 17th, 2018 at 6:37 PM

I think it's obvious now the recruit in this class I'm salivating over the most. 

According to Lorenz, ($$ again so I can't go that deep) multiple Michigan commits are confident in a Michigan pledge. 

Also, his parents were allegedly hosted by Roz (sp?) Peoples-Jones and according to a few trustworthy sources, they couldn't have done any better with that. 

Yes, its Alabama were against but this looks more and more like a battle we could actually win. 

Go Blue! 

 

Comments

Moleskyn

September 17th, 2018 at 6:58 PM ^

Um. So. I hope this guy chooses UM and goes on to have a long and successful career in Ann Arbor.

But can we talk about the fact that op is apparently salivating over a high school person? I know fandom and recruiting and all brings out the worst in people, but that's just weird. Really weird. Please choose better words next time.

Hard-Baughlls

September 18th, 2018 at 6:42 AM ^

And if the male monkeys started beating the female monkeys, rest assured, Meyer would do everything in his power to help resolve the unfortunate situation for all involved.

He would then proceed to write a letter, have an interview, and tweet about how he did everything in his power to stop the barrel of monkey males from abusing the barrel of monkey females.

His faith and family are what come first, after all, and a barrel of abusive monkeys would simply be unacceptable.

gustave ferbert

September 18th, 2018 at 7:19 AM ^

http://blog.al.com/birmingham-news-stories/2013/05/bull_connor_used_fire_hoses_po.html

 

taking a knee to protest the oppression by police, when in Alabama the infamous Bull Connor was THE most oppressive of all police against African Americans.  What better way to protest than to not go to the flagship University in the state that led the unabashed institutional oppression?

EGD

September 17th, 2018 at 8:26 PM ^

M won the game by four scores and a good portion of SMU's points came from a coverage bust and questionable penalties.  Yeah, maybe there was more that Don Brown could have done schematically to make sure it was an even bigger blowout.  But it doesn't bother me that he didn't.  A 25-point win is good enough for me.

Now if B1G opponents start getting favorable mismatches against M's safeties and putting wins in jeopardy, then we may have a problem.  But Don Brown is a proven coordinator.  Until proven otherwise I think it's fair to assume his lack of adjustments was a product of indifference, rather than inability.