PODCAST: The Maize & Blue Sit-In 5-24-16

As the preseason publications come out, they are all incredibly high on Michigan. Are they correct to be so high on the Wolverines, or are the maize and blue set to take a step back in year 2 of the Jim Harbaugh Era? Gregg Henson and Art Regner take a look at where Michigan will start the season. Follow us on twitter @Gregghenson and @arthurjregner.

 



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Tons Of Michigan Recruiting News!

It is starting to look like the 2017 recruiting class for Michigan could be an absolute monster talent haul for Michigan.  The class will again be very large and already includes some major players among the first 12 verbal commitments to the Wolverines.

The 2017 class already has its headliner in the nations top duel threat QB recruit Dylan McCaffrey.  McCaffrey was the top player on Michigan’s board for 2017 and landing him early will obviously have a large impact with uncommitted skill players like Donovan Peoples-Jones from Cass Tech and Nico Collins from Alabama who is also high on the Wolverines.  People-Jones is listed as the nations # 2 receiver prospect and Collins is ranked #7.  Getting both, which is a real possibility, would be huge for Michigan.

The other big fish for Mich...

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Michigan State Kicked Out Of The Big Ten?

CookOf course not, but check out this interesting take on realignment by Clay Travis of Fox Sports.  He discusses realignment based only on TV dollars.  It doesn’t end well for Michigan State, Purdue and Northwestern.  This will never happen, but who knows what craziness could go down when these leagues start scurrying for money!

Here is an excerpt from the article.

The Big Ten doesn’t need two teams in a state either so they would kick out Purdue, Michigan State, and Northwestern. (Indiana, Michigan, and Illinois are all better brands and TV draws than the three schools we’d kick out.) Then the Big 10 would probably add Vanderbilt, a North Carolina school and a Virginia school since the ACC doesn’t gain much value from two Virginia schools and FOUR North Carolina schools...

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