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Westsider Rider

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Though I will be catching passes in another city starting next fall, I will always be a Michigan man.

Words from Adrian Arrington's statement as he announced he would be leaving for the NFL. I can't fault him as he had a huge day against Florida and bumped his stock up considerably. Also Super Mario looks to be gone as well so I wish them the best. The other news is Ryan Mallett's transfer, which was expected. I really like the way Coach Rodriguez came out and said he's only concerned with players playing for Michigan. It's very reminiscent of Coach Schembechler.

Now the team is very short on QB's and WR's and there is a big need at both positions. A lot of people are forgetting Steven Threet who transferred last year from Georgia Tech, he was a top 10 QB Mallett's year and should be considered the favorite to start right now. It also makes the depth chart that much more attractive for Terrelle Pryor. Signing Day is less than a month away and Coach Rodriguez says he expects to sign a full class of 25 so there are still a few spots to fill. It's going to be an exciting countdown to Signing Day.

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