Never

December 6th, 2011 at 7:47 PM ^

Dunn said, quote: "I'm going to reschedule my visit to Michigan, probably for the following weekend, but I don't know about that."

At first I read that as not knowing about rescheduling his visit (at all) and got a little disappointed - yet I believe he's saying he IS going to reschedule his official to Michigan, and it might be next weekend...although that's tentative.

denardogasm

December 6th, 2011 at 9:20 PM ^

The MGoCreepers are really letting me down right now.  We need someone to go deep into the heart of Brionte's social media webs. I'm talkin facebook, twitter, texts, locker notes... Where is he going?!!

(don't do this)

JR's Flow

December 6th, 2011 at 7:30 PM ^

I like the direction Indiana......Yes, THAT Indiana, is going more than Colorado's program. They are a team who has next to no offense in an all-offense Pac 12. (92nd in Total Defense, last in P12.) Defense, behind Jimmy Smith, that defense has been awful forever. (103rd in Total Defense, Second to Last in P12)

 

Like our chances to say the least.

MileHighAnnArborite

December 7th, 2011 at 12:06 AM ^

Yep (well, at least as of the last time I heard).  The year listed is when they started the sister city relationship.  I went to Tubingen as an exchange student in high school, and we used to have an olympics type series of games with Peterborough, Ontario, although I think they stopped them years ago.

UMaD

December 6th, 2011 at 7:55 PM ^

"There is no way ____ selects ____ over Michigan." is dangerous.

This season alone, Michigan offerees have selected Cincinnati, Oregon State, Texas Tech, Iowa State, South Florida, Minnesota, Pitt, Maryland, BYU, TCU, Iowa, and Illinois over Michigan.  I don't know about the rest of you, but I'd rather go to Colorado than most of those schools.

 

stetgor

December 6th, 2011 at 8:00 PM ^

as much as what the "maybe Georgia after that" infers.  This doesn't sound like it's "down" to 2 as much as it's down to 2 "so far".  Maybe I'm missing something. 

BrownJuggernaut

December 6th, 2011 at 8:27 PM ^

This is the only entertaining thing that can come out of Wright committing to Colorado:

 

 mgoblog 

 
If Michigan loses Yuri Wright to Colorado I will eat a lemon and put it on the internet.

Besides that, there's nothing.

bronxblue

December 6th, 2011 at 8:41 PM ^

It actually amazes me that CU isn't better at football, considering how many kids at least are interested in them.  It wasn't that long ago that they were in the discussion for an MNC bid, and yet now that is a tirefire of a tirefire.

Feels like UM has the inside track.

Needs

December 6th, 2011 at 9:02 PM ^

Colorado is the worst case scenario for Penn State. Fairly dominant program (and they won the Big 12 multiple times under McCarthy and had the split national championship) totally collapses in wake of scandal, hires overmatched coach who succeeded previously because of his offensive coordinator, faculty turns against athletics in a big way. At least ten lost years.

SanFrancisco_W…

December 6th, 2011 at 10:45 PM ^

I used to live out there. Honolulu, while beautiful can be kind of a dirty city outside of the touristy areas. Also, it's an expensive place to live. Food, transportation, etc. digs into your wallet really fast. Also, you are a loooong way from home and it's not cheap for family/friends to come visit.
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<br>To top that all off, Aloha Stadium is kind of a hole. Very rickety stadium.

Belisarius

December 6th, 2011 at 10:47 PM ^

Yeah, well...first of all, Willingham was kind of a flake. Committed and decommitted to A&M without ever visiting, CU AND UofM thought he was solid with them, then went for UCF. Also, while I gave him the benefit of the doubt at the time, but, yeah, sounds like UCF was pretty damn dirty- huge violations detected, in multiple sports.

StraightDave

December 6th, 2011 at 9:51 PM ^

If this is true then he better hurry the fuck up because classes begin in like three weeks.  It's fucking simple:  either you play in a pro set and get the ball 25 times a game or share carries with five other backs and average about eight touches a game.  Of course, if you go to OSU then you can participate in one of Urban's sexcapades.  

MileHighAnnArborite

December 6th, 2011 at 11:16 PM ^

As a CU alum that grew up in A2, this is the best possible final 2 for me, if true.  I know CU is seen as kind of a joke nationally at this point, but Greg Brown does do a good job with DBs, and Hawkins is no longer there, so hopefully the tirefire will start to dwindle.  Still have a long way to go, but the new staff is doing fairly well given the results on the field in recent years, so I don't think it's completely out of the question that Yuri would go there, especially given that his friend is on the team.  Plus, as stated above, the NFL will find you anywhere, and if you've ever been to Boulder, you know it's not a terrible place to be while they're looking for you.

Daaah

December 6th, 2011 at 11:26 PM ^

If I were him, I'd go to Colorado.  Better position coach, hotter women, better scenery, better conference,  better college town,  better beer, and better weed.

Oh and no midwestern winter, a proven young corner on the other side, a good friend on the team, and virtually guaranteed playing time from day one.

All Michigan really has going for it is a bigger stadium.  Who cares about that?

Daaah

December 7th, 2011 at 12:11 AM ^

Me?  I'm admittedly a CU fan, but I also don't mind Michigan.  In fact, I was in the superdome when Chris Webber first travelled and then called timeout to cost his team of cheats and thugs a chance at the national championship.  I was young then, but I know I was going for michigan.  Since then, I've always had a soft spot for you guys. I mean, who doesn't love a dufus?

Jinxed

December 7th, 2011 at 12:05 AM ^

1. Lolololol Boulder a better college town than Ann Arbor?

2. You're clearly not familiar with Michigan's craft beer scene.

3. U of Michigan is a better university. Period.. It's not even close.

4. The Big10 is as good as the Pac10 and it doesn't matter what conference Colorado is in... THEY'RE TERRIBLE AT THE GAME OF FOOTBALL.