Hitting the Links Is A Wolverine
Hey, I'm optimistic about the Wolverines' chances. I always am, even when they ended up 5-7. But it is a little weird that so many people around the country are similarly on board with the high expectations.
The Vegas lines of the twelfth game of the season are pretty worthless. There will be a million changes in each team's fortune between now and November. The OU line is more relevant, though. (While we're on the subject:: MSU is an underdog to Michigan and Notre Dame.)
Yep. Now 34 in 19 states. I will, at some point, get worried about Harbaugh. Crazy, workaholic, all fine, but if he ever needs a helping hand or a break or something.... if I was a player I would definitely be running through walls for this guy.
This was a great read by Ian Boyd.
Very dry, certainly, but also informative and ahead of the curve.
Schmidt, apparently, was worried about future playing time. Less is known about Felder, who was the second-lowest-ranked recruit in OSU's 2016 class, but one that I was very impressed with.
You want a hype video? You want something to get you pumped up? Then check out this Vimeo, and read more on his commitment here. I doubt you'll be disappointed.
This definitely bolsters MSU's D-line, which was one of the few relative weaknesses on what should end up being a dominant defense.
It's May, and already Iowa is deemed "heavy" B1G West Division favorite. https://t.co/DjN7bM7KCw— Chad Leistikow (@ChadLeistikow) May 16, 2016
They certainly have the fewest question marks, and have shown an ability to get by without elite wide receivers. With the way they develop their linemen and linebackers, it's really hard to bet against them.
Very readable and entertaining previews. Well done.
Not exactly a standard coaching answer here from Coach Claeys.
I'll throw this in. Definitely agreed about last year's team being the most talented team Notre Dame has had in a while.
Also, here are some cool rings:
Don't tell them they lost the Rose Bowl and I won't, either.
Alright, we're about to go heavy on cheesecake...
...and lemon. (Yeah, that's a thing.)
Graduating tomorrow ... Feels good to get that degree and be done! Thank you @uiowa !— Tevaun Smith (@TevaunSmith) May 13, 2016
Oh, why stop now. Whipped cream!
And chocolate drizzle on top!
Had a great time with my family this weekend. Proud of myself but never satisfied so I'm going to get another degree pic.twitter.com/5MjkSCJfG5— Justin Hardee (@jhardee_19) May 15, 2016
Caramel drizzle, too! Way to go on the 250th, Rutgers.
A quick little graduation-related anecdote for you, as well. A bit of a trend lately has been to use the 'M' in the middle of the Diag (here are a couple pictures for those who aren't familiar, and this was some vandalism in 2014) as a letter in a big message - 'Donald Trump 2016' was one, and 'Will You Marry Me?' was another. Right around graduation weekend, someone thought to write 'Home,' and it was perfect. Anyway, congratulations to all the grads.