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I would go into a very deep and severe depression if that happened. I'd hate to see him go to LSU or AL either, though. If not OSU then please let it be Rutgers.
"The North shall rise again." General Meyer
Hopefully we finish the 2013 class and then Hoke can start putting in work on the 2014 class with studs like him and McDowell out of Michigan, what have you heard about the QB out of Ohio for 2014? Where is he leaning?
Go Blue & Gig Em'!
The only 2014 player I really know anything about is Peppers at this point. I live in NYC so don't get the local, early buzz in Ohio. Sorry.
It's cool, I live in Texas so I don't get Midwest recruiting buzz, either.
I gathered as much from your sigs and your apparent preference for the TX look. Lol.
I'll take a healthy dose of 7, 9, 11, 14 and 39 here please:
+1 for you sir.
Kugleybear57 Wow Michigan was something special! #feelslikehome #GoBlue
about 8 hours ago
Kugleybear57 With every great decision you make for yourself you look like a dick to most people #Ihateit
about 37 minutes ago
As he'd be one of the nation's top centers, Patrick Kugler-to-UM would be a huge get. Unrelated, he was likely one of the top priorities left on Dantonio's recruiting board, too.
From the below article: "Patrick Kugler, a junior 2013 recruit from Wexford, Pa., is a 6-foot-4, 270-pound offensive tackle who is a Clarkston, Mich., native and he grew up a Spartan fan. He came in last week and enjoyed the game. He even reportedly told Rivals.com that he thought Michigan has become the “little brother.'"
Visitors last week included Wexford, Pa., tackle Patrick Kulger, who is a Michigan native and grew up being a Spartan fan.
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Yep but after losing our OC commit from the 2012 class having 2 options for the 2013 class would ease worries of the lack of depth at OC.
Dang m&b I'm going to be like only non VIP on the board now haha
No new info, just discussing the comments in that article.
If things are how they appear, this is a great turn of events. Kugler also holds an offer from tOSU.
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Or come visit Elijah Shumate at ND. Kid will be a top 5 prospect should he remain healthy. Sick CB.
Don't underestimate the loss of Ron Cooper to the Bucs. Irreplaceable coach, IMO. Going to be interesting to see who Les hires to replace him. Just saw that Priest Willis got the offer he was wanting most from the Tigersz
Where did u hear that?
Sorry man it's nothing really just don't want other fanbases to see the comment. Dude trust me I won't turn into a VIP guy I'll still keep posting regular.
Check out RB Leonard Fournette and RB Sony Micheal. A few analyst said that Fournette would have been the too RB last year he's that good. Both are class of 2014.
With kugler's commitment, Sam Webb says we're done at o line.
We are unless we have a spot open at the end of the cycle for a guy like Tunsil
Definitely done. Poor Pocic got shut out.
I think we'll have confirmation of that if McGovern and some of the other OL don't visit.
I hope he goes to Wisconsin not OSU though.
music to my ears...Great haul for you guys congrats. Don't think its better than Stanford's from last year, but going to be hard to top in this cycle.
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