Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Michigan Tuesday: The News Seems Positive on Brandon Peters

Jimmy on his radio show said that Brandon Peters is progressing.  “Yeah, (Peters) came back today and did testing,” Harbaugh said. “He was 50% better, so made great strides in 24 hours.”

“It's totally in the doctor's hands, you hope for the best," Harbaugh told Brad Galli. "You prepare both ways, for him to be there, and next man up – we'll prepare both ways.”

Both ways means John O'Korn if Brandon isn't ready.   Wilton still hasn't been cleared for contact and practiced in a red shirt on Monday. 

  • Michigan Basketball lost its first game of the year last night to LSU in Maui.   Michigan was favored in this game and LSU was pretty bad last year.  Let's hope this doesn't turn out to be a bad loss for the Wolverines.   They take on DII  Chaminade next.

  • Lavert Hill has been cleared to play this week.  He was cleared on Sunday.

  • Remember QB Vic Viramontes?  He was committed to Michigan for awhile and then committed and transferred from CAL.  Now he is one of the nation's top JUCO dual threat QB's at Riverside CC in California.   He just got offered by Ole Miss.

  • Mike McCray accepts invite to the senior bowl

  • Two former Michigan coaches are now interim head coaches at major programs.  Brady Hoke Tennessee and Jedd Fisch at UCLA.  Will be interesting to see how the early signing period is effected with the news of so many major job openings. 

  • 2019 Grand Rapids offensive lineman Logan Brown committed to Wisconsin this weekend.


Goose said...

As a michigan fan it always seems like "next year" is our year. I'm not sure when "next year"is gonna our year but 10 years of "next year" is getting frustrating. Go blue and see you next year.

ScottyDoggs said...

Goose I think everybody ( or almost everybody) is frustrated because the Harbaugh regime was thought of our answer to Ohio state, Alabama, etc... Like waiting for the sunrise, after a long dark night...where is the sun???

EzmoB said...

I'm done complaining. We wanted Jim, now we have him. Jim knows what he is doing and what caliber players he has. We need to stand behind our coach and players.

Go blue!!