I think you mean Brian Kelly. But maybe not.
I'm with ya, but Smith was always a Vol lean as his sister works for Butch Jones. Wilson's recruitment has always been more wide open, with his friends (Browning, Okudah) seemingly playing the important role for him. But, again, I'm with ya.
Reminds me of Alex Anzalone. Makes a lot of plays.
The two have become very close following the death of their mother almost two years ago.
Tough to compete with this; not all decisions are football decisions. Best of luck of to Trey.
Was bound to happen. Rather know about it now, rather than later. Not much time for Mensa, though.
With as much talent as they have, this was not a dominant D this year. It won't be a popular opinion, but I think Don Brown is much more deserving. The reason we were still talking (or, in many cases, laughing) about Michigan being a playoff team even up to Saturday was Brown's D, not the offense.
But, my, how this year pales in comparison to Woodson's year. I think Jackson will win, but there are significant issues with each candidate.
Lewis is at least chasing. He's the better player, in my opinion.
Guessing from all the CB's that Bolden is pretty much all-USC.
To flip Taylor Lewan's comment, all our players have ever known is success. It's a culture.
Franklin was great; played his card extremely well. PSU is going to parlay this run into success in recruiting. Would not shock me to see them passing UM on the trail next year.
Yep. If we get a Markquese Bell or Kendall Sheffield commitment out of nowhere, it would say a lot. Personally, I think Sheffield would be a more than acceptable replacement.
I think PSU-USC could be great as both teams were red-hot to end the season. I know it's pragmatic to hate PSU, but they were a great team at the end of the season and will bring an enthusiastic fanbase to Pasadena, and USC would be a dangerous team in an expanded playoff format. The coaching stories are pretty compelling, too, as those looked like two openings early in the year.
No, your point, in your wording anyway, seems to be that he was hired due to race or some other orientation. As the other poster noted, he is a former college football great that says outlandish things, ala Mark May.
I agree. What's more, Kanell speaks in theory instead of the "no way could I possibly be wrong" for which ESPN rewards douchenozzles like May and Stephen A. Smith.
Looks good. We may flip-flop with Clemson as #2 and #3 because they played for a conference championship.
These two teams look about even and, based on their cumulative record vs us and Michigan, would be considered the second tier of the conference (or third if you're giving us top spot.
Needed a score there. TD would have been better.
Shaw may be better than Clement.
PSU with all the momentum right now.
Has said he wants to play corner in college.
Ole Miss, who scored 43 points.
Bama did not look good on that drive. One drive, I know, but tempo may the way to go against them.
Right? If I were a Western Michigan booster, I'd be working on a clever take on PJ Fleck right about now. Seems like the possibilities are endless.
No expert, obviously, but there's the pull of home, the South, and the fact that he seems like a level-headed kid who is not impulsive and has planned on seeing this process through to the end. I don't think he likes us any less.
He is fun to watch, huh? I think we're on the outside looking in a bit on this one, but I would say that about everyone outside of Ole Miss, and I don't think they have a stranglehold. One thing is for sure is that he seems to love tOSU. Can we get him on campus one more time? That might tell it all and we can certainly wait this one out.