Though Ohio State inched ahead after the half with a victory in the 100-yard freestyle, the Wolverines swam with urgency, eventually clinching victory with the help of six consecutive individual event wins.
TAMPA, Fla. — A proclamation came from the first row of Raymond James Stadium.
“It’s Patterson season,” one fan screamed in Brandon Peters’ direction.
And thus, the proverbial cloud hanging over the redshirt freshman’s head became very, very literal.
He stood on the sideline, helmet perched upon his head.
He was a lonely man, playing one of football’s loneliest positions. He had just gone four-and-out with four incompletions, the Michigan football team’s penultimate gasp in a 26-19 loss to South Carolina in the Outback Bowl.
TAMPA, Fla. — For Chase Winovich, the future remains uncertain.
Though the redshirt junior has the allure of a professional football career dangling in front of him, Winovich said Thursday afternoon that he has yet to have a “come to Jesus moment” regarding his impending decision of whether or not to enter the NFL Draft.
Part of what makes the decision so difficult, according to Winovich, is that there are plenty of pros and very few cons to each side of the coin. But one of those cons, of course, is injury.