He looks friggin' giddy
You and Weimerad below seem to be on the same page. How come I get the feeling the staff felt he and Ferns's measurables were the same and took Borland first (or have heard other news about Ferns)?
I remember it the other way, especially with MIami, MSU and PSU. Some bad games defensively for sure, but the offense seemed God-awful throughout, save for Wisky and Michigan.
Am I reading too much into this, or does Eichenberg's statement about Warriner suggest that the schools are basically even and that the visit is basically an interview for Warriner to nail and get Luke's commitment? That's an enviable position for us to be in.
I'm feeling Barrow for 2016 and Williamson for 2017 and I never make predictions.
Following our recruiting is like going to a restaurant where everything on the menu sounds ridiculously delicious.
And then they read the specials, and they sound ridiculously delicious. Our recruiting is incredibly rewarding to follow.
It was Lil' Harbaugh. Dad took away his phone.
I wonder how much of timing of this was coreographed by the coaches? I don't care either way, but one thing that I've noticed with Meyer and Co. is a director's touch in manipulating the image that is taken from a big announcement. I can't be sure, but it seems like he definitely tries to avoid being jilted on NSD, for example, by moving on from some recruits or taking commitments from others to take their spots. It definitely shows savvy.
You don't even need to remember it correctly. OJ Simpson's trial was the only story for two years and was debated long after.
Calling out ESPN for this is silly.
If Notre Dame and LSU switched QB groups, nobody would know. Equally talented, equally inconsistent.
We needed for Cardale to be fearless in that game, mistakes be damned. If he comes out tentative, Bama's defense would have had a different swagger. He put them on their heels and Landon Collins on his ass.
The most recent National Geographic had a nice spread on this and his life. As is usually the case with the publication, good stuff.
His name is Derrick Green.
Maybe we signed Walker, Hill, and McCall fully aware that we may lose one of them. Florida State did the same thing with QBs last year and ended up with two of the best dual-threat QBs in the nation. If we end up with two of the top five RBs in the class, that's a great class. We'll be fine.
So true. Every two kids that meet at camp and become best buddies are a "package deal".
Until they are not and are at different schools.
I think this post is way more on-target than most people want to acknowledge.
I, for one, am looking forward to the next generation of endless Diggs posts. Does Alex Anzalone have a brother?
I'm guessing the coaches' laughter was of a more nervous, "please, please, nobody fucking get hurt" variety.
Thank you, sir.
On the topic of current Michigan RBs, does anyone know if Ty Isaac is eligible this year? (I know, I know, this is not mgoblog, but since we were talking UM RB's...)
I like Farrell, but that seems like conjecture based solely on geography.
Nygel plays school, too: offers from Harvard and Vandy.
Showing my age, but UNC-Georgetown NCAA Final with Jordan, Ewing, Worthy, Sam Perkins, Sleepy Floyd, etc. I mean, that's a friggin' insane amount of talent on one court.
And actually shooting the ball when he has an open shot.
I'll bet you did.