A high school on the Gulf Coast of Florida is home to three players who already ahve Michigan offers.
Steve Bisheff writes that the USC's loss to Arizona featured questionable coaching and a lack of discipline, two hallmarks of the Trojans this year.
They have different offenses and personalities, but dig deeper and you'll notice similarities between Lane Kiffin and Rich Rodriguez.
While USC became bowl-eligible with its win over Colorado, the Trojans are looking for more against Arizona.
In part one of an anonymous survey, Michigan's outgoing seniors talk frankly about which teammates they'd go to battle with, which will break out and Rich Rodriguez.
Defensive end Ryan Van Bergen said the hiring of defensive coordinator Greg Mattison was the best move Michigan made after ousting Rich Rodriguez.
Center David Molk wasn't going to go out feeling like he had during his first couple of seasons at Michigan. So he took it upon himself to make sure the transition from Rich Rodriguez to Brady Hoke didn't cause any major problems.
Michigan looks to restock the shelves at tight end, a spot mostly ignored during the Rich Rodriguez era.
Questions abounded about the Michigan secondary, but new position coach Curt Mallory fashioned a unit that was more than serviceable.
USC picked a good time to go 10-2, as much of the South Division is retooling with high-profile coaches.
Brady Hoke accepted the Michigan job and immediately set out to re-establish the Wolverines' in-state recruiting.