Nightly Roundup: January 17, 2020

Nightly Roundup: January 17, 2020

January 17, 2020

Shaun Nua talked about how thin Michigan is at defensive tackle (LINK).

Jim Nagy broke down Michigan’s players who are participating in the Senior Bowl (LINK).

Hit the jump for more.

Josh Gattis stopped by West Bloomfield…

…and so did Nick Saban:

I don’t like Nick Saban, but I would probably turn into a stuttering bowl of Jell-O if he walked into my high school.

Speaking of people I don’t like, here’s Jemele Hill. Odell Beckham, Jr. was acting like an idiot at the national championship game. Yes, he appeared to be drunk…but that’s no excuse. If you choose to get drunk, you choose to deal with the consequences of the stupid stuff you do while inebriated.

This isn’t related to Michigan or football, but what does everyone think about the Astros’ stealing of signs? Do you ban them for a lifetime like Shoeless Joe and Pete Rose? In my opinion, it’s one thing to steal signs from second base and try to figure out what the other guy is throwing, but working technology and non-players into it is absurd.

One comment

  1. Lanknows
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    Joined: 8/11/2015
    Jan 19, 2020 at 9:54 PM

    Agree that the Astros situation is egregious. Cheating is part of baseball but I agree that using technology is crossing the line.

    I have no problem with OBJ. Guy got drunk and acted foolish but nobody was harmed. He either feels ashamed or he doesn’t.

    As for the cash – well that’s up to the NCAA to enforce their rules or not. Past history says there is no consequence. My question for the pay-the-players crowd is this: if you give the players a 2K a month stipend (for example), does that change this kind of behavior at all?

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