“I’m scratching my head and saying, ‘What is going on?’” Foote said. “Who gave the University of Michigan the authority to say you’re better than the police department?”
Hi. Have a seat. No, no, we need to talk. I understand how this looks, but we’re your friends.
I admit it, even though it’s pretty obvious.
MICHIGAN – National rankings (Rivals 31; Scout 27).
Ohio State signed the best recruiting class in the Big Ten. Michigan signed the best player. And Michigan State parlayed its conference championship and Rose Bowl victory into its best letter-of-intent signing day in five years.
Freshman Zak Irvin scored all 16 of his points in the first half, and No. 10 Michigan breezed to a 79-50 victory over Nebraska on Wednesday night.
Several questions posed to Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke during Wednesday’s signing day press conference had zero to do with the high school players who had just signed their letters of intent.
At the time Michigan announced its class was complete, 247sports.com ranked the Wolverines’ group as 18th-best in the nation.
Five-star defensive line recruit Malik McDowell is headed to Michigan State.
When people consider the Big Ten’s most dangerous teams, Nebraska does not top the list. That hardly matters to John Beilein.