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One would assume that Mark Emmert has been feeling the pressure over this, but really, who knows.
The Pac-12 has floated this idea already, and it's still a bad one. With satellite camps, players get instruction. They get to play the game, work as a team, and use their instincts. For some reason the draft process also puts an irrational amount of emphasis on combine results.
Smart and straight-forward, given the amount of NFL experience on staff.
A little construction going on inside Schembechler. Portraits of our All-Americans going up next to the locker room. pic.twitter.com/jujh0ThO0r— Michigan Football (@umichfootball) April 27, 2016
Irving-Bey is the kind of defensive lineman that's seen the field lately for Michigan - he's 6'5", 271 pounds already, but could slide into a SDE role and remain disruptive.
Just a day in the life.
An obvious choice here for ESPN.
when is Tom Brady going to catch a break— Fake Bo Pelini (@FauxPelini) April 26, 2016
Last time, it was a scout questioning Apple's sexuality. This time, Apple's cooking ability is called into question. (Somehow, this isn't a joke, although it would have been a pretty good one.) Also, all of this makes me wonder if Apple can fix computers.
Seven of the top eight are Buckeyes; everyone in the top nine played for MSU or OSU. Rough.
Also rough. Insert a Rutgers joke here. (You know what, I've been a little harsh to Rutgers. Let's lighten it up and go with a Rutgers funk contest. No, not that one - go with a different Rutgers funk contest instead. That's better.)
I do believe Gibson will start at some point this season; I'm not sure if he'll be consistent enough to dominate. But even on a roster that's brimming with speed, Gibson is very special. He'll play.
Bridges is a lot of fun to watch, and should be fun to play against. Mike DiGiornio will be proud.
While we're somewhat on the subject, here's a quick update on Randy Gregory.
This was a great piece by Bill Connelly. The simple fact is quarterbacks are in high demand, but - and I'm no expert here - trading a good pick away for a better pick next year, when there will be better quarterbacks, seems like a decent punt to make.
I love fearless predictions. Here are four, plus the simple truth that L.J. Scott is going to pulverize the rest of the Big Ten.
Agreed on both topics.
Can I admit something blasphemous? I'll be rooting for Zeke in the NFL. Also I'm just glad we won't be playing him anymore.
Finally, a very quick update: EMU is most definitely, definitely keeping football.