Hitting the Links Has No Comment
I'm glad that Warde Manuel is using his voice on this issue. This was something he needed to do.
Dantonio apparently meant 'abuse' in a vague and ethereal way. C'mon, Mike.
A random off-season hype video for you. For some reason I enjoyed this immensely; maybe I'm getting the off-season itch.
Alright, I'll be the jerk who spoils it: one of them is Rashan Gary.
Harbaugh looks pretty tired in that photo, actually. Hard-workin' dude.
If I had to boil down the season into two words, they would be 'consistency' and 'rivals.' Get it done against the rivals, and be great every week.
I like this list a lot, because it's not afraid to put defenders, linemen, and tight ends up near the top. The same goes for MSU.
For the moment, Rogers' Crystal Balls point to Southern Cal. Also, to point out the obvious, he's a really good one. Athletic enough to challenge the footwork of interior offensive linemen, and strong as a bull for all the dirty work.
Here is an adorable tweet from Harbaugh:
And here's another one, randomly thrown in.
Happy Birthday Riley Crean! You remain tied at the top of my Favorite Nephew Rankings. I am proud of all you have accomplished in 17 years!— Coach Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) April 12, 2016
For any non-Michigan fans reading this, just because I'm embedding random tweets by Harbaugh does not imply irrational levels of love for the guy. Let's make that clear.
We're celebrating Coach Harbaugh by serving his favorite foods at MoJo's Student Choice Dinner this Wednesday! pic.twitter.com/nNzbCcjsxU— Michigan Dining (@MichiganDining) April 11, 2016
.... No comment.
I was very complimentary of Maryland's secondary last year, and not just because of Will Likely. As it turns out, something in Davis's game attracted Bill Belichick.
Costliest use of CFB search firms: UCF ($120K), Iowa St ($97,553), Mizzou ($84,721), Rutgers ($80K), SC ($80K) https://t.co/jNXByroS5j— Jon Solomon (@JonSolomonCBS) April 12, 2016
Harbaugh has been the catalyst for a lot of stuff that probably wouldn't have gotten done if he weren't around, honestly. Stuff that's been very, very good for the conference and for football. Durkin and Franklin might talk a big game about working hard and grinding, but they don't hold a candle to JH.
Scott stood out to me last year as a running back. I'm sure the physical parts of his new position will be easy for him, and the athleticism will be a huge asset. We'll see how well Tim Banks gets him ready.
Farmer's growth could be good news for Nebraska; they've needed to re-establish a physical interior presence after going with lighter, more mobile linemen for a while. Wilton Speight is another of the selections.
Some of these are a stretch, but Austin Mack is quite good. Here's a highlight video of him for those who are interested.
Not exactly surprising at this point. Best of luck to him.
His role is unclear so far, but he's a very knowledgeable offensive line coach and has done a lot of work on the offensive side.
Ahh. Um, I'm going to go with no comment.
Mandel covers a lot of things here, from Alabama's chances to repeat, to satellite camps, to Ohio State's lack of returning starting talent.
I was more entertained by this than I should have been. After years of listening to coach-speak, it's weird watching a smooth young dude fill the role. Best of luck to the young man.