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If any freshman play DE this season, it will be Tom Strobel and Chris Wormley, those are the only two ready right now. Ojemudia needs at least a year in the weight room before he is ready to see the field.
All reports were saying wormley. If anyone starts its going to be Strobel.
These things rarely ever occur exactly like the original charge appears.
This post was edited by ScoutExile 21 months ago
That's true- prosecutors always charge someone the max they can- then work down from original charge... IMO- coach hoke is rebuilding Michigan Football- if he's stern with punishment now at the beginning - his players will have more self awareness bout their actions and more importantly - the players will be more apt to be vocal towards their teammates about accountability(doin the rite thing) or else ur gone - helps tremendously in the long run!!!
Remember Marvin Robinson
this is true and what i though immediately , but we also got news right away that it was not as bad as we thought. reports came out immediately following the news release stating it was a friend and he borrowed things all the time. Now im not in any way saying frank is guilty at this point. Im just saying it feels different. now with that being said, god i hope its not a big deal
From what I've been hearing this isn't a Marvin Robinson type situation. There's a good possibility that Clark is gone, or suspended for the entire year.
FOOTBALL: The U-M Department of Public Safety provided a few more details about football defensive end Frank Clark’s second-degree home invasion charge. According to DPS spokesperson Diane Brown, a resident of Stockwell Hall dorm left his room and returned to find his door cracked open and his laptop missing on June 14. After a few days of DPS investigation, the laptop was found in Clark’s possession and he was arrested on June 19. His preliminary hearing is set for Aug. 2.
if he stole it then he should be cut from the team, but he still has his side of the story to give. maybe the person who stole it sold it to clark without clark knowing it was stolen property. usually people steal things to sell it fast for quick money. this could be the case. we should wait until his court day and see his side before judging.
this is the first time you come in here with good info without trolling about sparty football, so im gonna give you a +1
Ok, maybe that Oregon QB (can't remember his name for the life of me) is the case to be looking at. He was gone.
Ummm....if that's from an actual police report, and nothing has changed at Stockwell dormitory, I find it amusing that the student left HIS dorm room open. You see, Stockwell is an all girl dorm. Seems the distinction between He and She would have been caught by someone before releasing these 'tidbits'
you know a lot about stockwell. have you been creeping around there. stalking the women.
Stockwell is now coed.
Really? Wow....damn Obama! Yes,I had many a "friend" in Stockwell hall
Yea, or the person who gave/sold FC the computer was blacked out, then when he became conscious again assumed it was stolen
Maybe Frank heard there were some Sparty students visiting campus, saw an open dorm room, and was worried the Sparty's would go in and steal stuff. So he went into the room and took the most valuable item the was out in the open, just to make sure it didn't get stolen. He was going to leave a note, but realized nobody in college has pens/paper anymore and couldn't find the owner's phone number to send a txt letting him know the laptop was safe?
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