|04/06/2012 - 9:26pm||I dont post very much .. I||
I dont post very much .. I moslty read every day .. but I had to reply to this.
I'm not sure how close the the guy you spoke to is to Burke .. but that just doesnt make any sense to me. None of the guys from the incoming class threaten Burke in any way at all. If anything .. they'll make his game that much easier. He'll have perimeter guys that can put the ball on the floor and take it to the rim. He'll have guys that can sit out on the wing and shoot lights out. He'll have a perfect blend of players.
As for the 'clicking' regarding McCary .. (because he's known to be THAT guy) .. I'm not sure I understand that logic either. If I'm not mistaken .. McGary isn't even THE man on his high school team right now. He's got a lot of talent and his team is very well balanced. I dont see how he'd change all of a sudden when he gets to Ann Arbor.
|11/18/2011 - 6:58pm||I LOVE that rule. Hoke's||
I LOVE that rule. Hoke's laying down the law. Personally, I dont think it's harsh .. and it's not unprofessional. It's just the way it is.
|11/18/2011 - 6:42pm||If so, I hope he knows what||
If so, I hope he knows what he's doing .. cause I'm sure Hoke's already working on his backup plan.
|11/17/2011 - 4:43pm||I'm pretty sure he's got some||
I'm pretty sure he's got some sort of state ID (drivers license or state id) to add to his school transcripts.
|11/17/2011 - 4:04pm||If I'm not mistaken, he would||
If I'm not mistaken, he would have been living in the state of Michigan for 2 years when the time comes for financial aid .. wouldn't that classify him as being an in state student? I thoght federal laws around financial aid requires state residence for a year before being able to receive in state tuition.