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He makes a comment here.
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Quick someone richer than me read this and tell me the comment, that is all.
Very strange move unless the U-M coaches got wind of some change with Reschke
No VIP here - but some guy posted a comment with the following:
"I would like to push this back until after Friday," Reschke told 247Sports when asked about Michigan. "I want to be totally focused on winning a state championship."
Steve. Make your comments visible to spartantailgate VIP too.
hoke- to alter or manipulate so as to give a deceptively or superficially improved quality or value.
Probably shouldn't have tweeted it then
Agree...what is that crap?
Steve...will you give him a bump in the ratings now that UM thinks they have a shot at him? Also, will you contact him every day askin him about Michigan?
He still has us blocked from his comments, yet he is the one who posted his article here.
Not sure why the link wasn't working for you guys. I'll post the text.
Reschke Lands Michigan Offer
58 minutes ago
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Bloomfield Hills (Mich.) Brother Rice four-star linebacker Jon Reschke confirmed with 247Sports that Michigan offered him a scholarship over the weekend.
The 6-foot-2, 223-pound Reschke has been committed to Michigan State since Feb. 17.
Where the Wolverines stand, remains to be seen. Reschke isn't talking recruiting now, choosing to focus on this Friday's state championship game.
As a junior Reschke had 140 tackles, including 16 stops for loss and two forced fumbles in leading his team to a state championship.
Reschke's father Paul is a former Michigan State offensive lineman. His best friend is Michigan quarterback commit Shane Morris.
Reschke is ranked by the 247Composite as the nation's No. 14 ILB and No. 250 prospect overall.
For more on Reschke's offer from Michigan, click here.
Steve Wiltfong is a national reporter for 247Sports
I'll call him again after the state title game.
Feeling the love today fellas.
Anyone. Anyplace. Anytime.
Gave you an upvote brother.
Steve, just call them boners and move on.
"As far as the downvotes. It's a gnat biting an lion"
-- A member of tRCMB Justice League, taking the internet WAY WAY too seriously.
i don't know, i mean maybe he tweeted it so that in 2 years when he's destroying the Michigan Oline Michigan fans can't play the "we didn't even offer" crap.
The first time MSU basketball aired in France the French surrendered to Tom Izzo just to be safe.
The article was showing up fine. VIP were blocked from reading your comments though.
Welcome to the thunderdome biatch!
My favourite clip from the film, Waiting.
Yep worked fine for me too
And it was obvious what we were looking for.
What do your comments say Steve? Come clean UM fan boy troll.....
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Hank Moody 20 months ago
This is a win/win for umaa at this late stage.
Their QB recruit is this players best friend so they pacify the QB recruit
They stir the pot by tosing salt on the wound by offering late and a 10% chance of a flip is still a chance
They create doubt for other MSU recruits.
A lot of good PR since its doubtful they are going to the Rose Bowl.
I noticed it took you two edits to your post to get your childish message the way you wanted it. Just quiet down with this nonsense. Anyways, I now understand what you're trying to read. That link was just to more discussion on the subject by our Michigan readers. Honestly, you guys don't need to read it as it would start a huge pissing contest. Based on some of the comments here and on our Michigan site, we're going to keep you guys in a separate area. It's not fun to read a thread when your fanbases are going after each other. Plus you have your thread on the blueboard along with the one random dude from Arkansas if you want to debate Reschke.
If you want to talk serious about my thoughts on Reschke, I didn't predict he'd be a Wolverine or anything.
There is no question Reschke could have told me he was 100 percent solid to Michigan State last night and that he wouldn't be considering Michigan.
However, no question he loves the Spartans. Michigan State offered him early and he's high on their board. He's been to East Lansing many, many times and has the family connection. He has a great relationship with the coaching staff.
We'll have to wait and see what Reschke says this coming weekend.
+1 for telling them to fuck off.
Well said - at the end of the day, Michigan didn't offer Jon for the heck of it. They either heard something or felt it would have a benefit to send more doubt into our program. Let Jon review it after the state play-off game and make his decision. I like our chances that he becomes a Spartandawg.
The sensitivity around here is unreal...........
I just don't see it. When he committed to us, he had to have known that this day would come. UM was going to offer eventually. He committed to MSU regardless. His quotes about his love for MSU speak volumes. He most likely wants to make sure that no reporters bother him this week. He put his foot down that he has bigger fish to fry. I can respect that.
Michigan is obviously trying to "get even" with Dantonio for the Dawson decommit.
The whole deferring to comment only ads to the speculation. Especially when you are the one who draws attention to the situation with the tweet. This could easily have been squashed with a simple, "I'm 100% committed to MSU and am not interested in um. I am not going to answer any more questions on this matter."
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