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A late push from Georgia could chang dnia 27.12.2016 17:11 przez elvafeng
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I bet all you can think about right now are the presents you’re about to open the next two days.

And Najee Harris.

Every week, I open the floor for your questions, and give you my answers.

Want to improve the questions? Tweet me LandOfJustice. Want to improve the answers? Well, I can’t do much about that.

Welcome to this week’s Michigan recruiting mailbag.

LandOfJustice who are Michigan s top 2018 targets? Too early to say?

— Matt Faremouth faremouthmatt December 23, 2016

Answer Michigan is mostly concentrated on 2017, obviously. But, it’s good to wonder about the Wolverines’ top options for next year’s class.

The biggest name I know is Las Vegas Bishop Gorman 4 star 247Composite QB Dorian Thompson Robinson.... Zobacz więcej

overwhelming amount of talent and starts dnia 27.12.2016 17:08 przez elvafeng
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No. 4 Washington will be headed to the College Football Playoff to face No. 1 Alabama in Chris Petersen’s third year at the helm of the Huskies. Washington finished the regular season 12 1 with a conference title, its first since 2000.

Quarterback Jake Browning was named the Pac 12’s Offensive Player of the Year while defensive back Taylor Rapp was named the Pac 12’s Freshman Defensive Player of the Year. The Huskies finished with nine players named to the Pac 12’s first team and four players on the second team.

Here’s a look back at the regular season that was for the Huskies
Team MVP on offense Wide receiver John Ross edges out Browning because he showed up big in the biggest moments for the Huskies. The senior led all Power 5 players with 17 touchdown receptions, including his impressive one handed snatch in the Pac 12 title game. Ross was one of the most reliable receivers in the Pac 12 this season, catching 66.1 percent of his targets. On top of his all around performance, his biggest day came... Zobacz więcej

play and deserve playing time dnia 27.12.2016 17:06 przez elvafeng
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Four seasons, 51 games, 29 starts and nearly 250 tackles have produced an enormous number of memories for Clemson senior linebacker Ben Boulware.

The T.L. Hanna product has been a part of program defining victories, historical accomplishments and his fair share of hits that have earned him penalty flags and the ire of opposing fan bases.

Boulware is preparing for what could be his final game as a Tiger when Clemson takes on Ohio State in the College Football Playoff semifinal’s Fiesta Bowl on Dec. 31.

“The sand is running out for me,” Boulware said this week. “I’m just embracing it and exhausting every moment I’ve got.”

While he hopes to have one more game past the semifinal, Boulware and the rest of the Tigers have started to reflect on his career

Beating Notre Dame 24 22 2015 “One of the things I’ll never forget is the Notre Dame game. There were so many ‘ifs’ in that game. Everybody thought they were going to smack us around and then to go in there and dominate them, win that game in s... Zobacz więcej

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