Hitting the Links Is Big Smooth
A lot of national coverage for a jump-starting program. Charles Woodson was impressed.
Jabrill did some good things at linebacker during the spring game; he showed great lateral speed and effortlessly became a pass defender when he was called upon to do so. On the flip side, he's still learning how and when to engage and disengage blocks, and he could also learn a couple more pass-rushing moves for when he blitzes off the edge. C'mon, defensive end Jabrill.
Or, if videos aren't your thing, here's ten developments from Angelique via a slideshow.
I had forgotten that he has been the team's leading rusher for two straight seasons now. In fact, with a 1,000-yard season in 2016, he could reach 17th on the all-time Michigan records.
Best of luck to the young man.
Michigan isn't the only team entrenched in a drawn-out battle at the top spot. MSU, Wisconsin, Purdue, Indiana, and the two East Coast teams are also full of question marks at the moment.
Maryland's Scott Shafer - who might have easily been Michigan's defensive coordinator - stepped down this week for personal reasons. Hopefully everything is alright health-wise, though no details have been shared.
"I, along with the entire Maryland football family, will continue to support Scott in every way that we can," Durkin said this week.
An open practice was cancelled this week because of rough weather. Still, it's nice to see those opportunities for students to be closer to their team.
There's a lot in here, from the school president attending a practice to the new nutritionist.
In other news, Buckeyes have noticed Michigan's recent recruiting success in Ohio.
This one pulls out some old-school, East Coast rap from Nas and his iconic debut album, Illmatic.
I hear fighting is cathartic. Actually, probably not. They should probably cut it out, actually.
Tim and Mike are doing a great job for them. Very memorable.
Hey, that sounds familiar.