Is Jager pronounced like the meister?
Internet oracles were screaming BUST! but I thought he made some really good throws and looked good running the ball (!). He's got learning to do, but the foundation is strong.
4* and 5* football (and basketball) players don't pay tuition, whether they're 4.0 students like Johnson or functionally illiterate.
Hmm. Not good enough in math for med school.
St. Ed's alum here: kids that are in a position to enroll early for football aren't paying tuition in HS.
"Princeton High School put on its media day on Pat Mencuso Field on Monday in Cincinnati..."
That line makes me feel ill for some reason.
Forum Post 10 Aug 2019
I like the "family feel" of the program
-every recruit that has ever been asked why he committed to a particular school.
Count me among the few believing that the O line will be a strength this season. If Petit-Frere develops like he appears to be doing, there are going to be no weaknesses there at all.
Did he play at all last night?
Horrible thing, but his CTE line is telling...
2022 recruits? So sophomores? Wake me in two years for those children. How can you rank kids who played on the freshman team last season?
I'm surprised his ridiculous weave doesn't go flying
Brian Cook is a fart-sniffing hack of a writer, and he generally looks like he just rolled out of a soup kitchen. He's the perfect faux-erudite schlub Michigan fan; right out of central casting. I'm unacquainted with their ambulance chasing Ross Fulton wannabe, but I'm sure he's great for insomnia. I'm miles past done with all the Michigan chatter on this website, though.
Parris was a gadget guy coming out of St. V's. Dante Booker was the prize get back then.
"Day and Co. already have 22 commitments and likely have room for 4-6 more before all is said and done."
I don't pretend to understand the NCAA rules on this, but I'm fairly sure 28 =/= 25
Norman out there like a baby deer
This is a fantastic idea. I do know the tuition for non-football players approaches six figures incl. room and board. I'm sure this school, founded and owned by the world's largest collection of sports agents, definitely makes sure the kids are prepared in the classroom (my eyes just rolled so hard that I can see my brain).
RBs don't last long in the NFL. He should grab every dime he can.
I check both sites, and there's a TON more Michigan stuff here than OSU stuff there lately. Off-season and all, but we might want to dial it back a little.
He was noticeably better than both Arnette and Sheffield last season, so he's teed up to be all-world in 2019.
We were/are pissed at Harbaugh for his Meyer comments both because he strayed from the anodyne coach-speak, and because he wasn't wrong.
“So it’s going to take us screwing up ourselves, I think, to get beat.”
Michigan football- undefeated since 1750 (unless they beat themselves*).
*Or encounter cheating refs, other schools' bagmen, schools without Gen Studies, etc.
In all seriousness, I think we've all missed Burrow's point. He's not trashing the prof., he's pointing out that the athletes don't get any $ either. Someone's getting rich off college football, and it isn't a Communications prof or the student-athletes.
Something wrong with his medulla oblongata
So who else clicked and scrolled right down to Harbaugh.