Gopher fans in the metro Detroit area are flocking to job sites looking for work in the fields surrounding the campus of the University of Michigan.
Gophers fans are flinging all kinds of recruiting swag on social media sites to try to get the word out, but with so many people looking for employment in the field of college football recruiting they are now running out of ways to do it.
Michigan has had its own recruiting boom in recent years, with Michigan State recruiting more players than any other school.
But with Michigan, and other big schools such as Michigan, Ohio State, Wisconsin and others, also recruiting more athletes than other schools, recruiting is more difficult to do than it was a few years ago.
Some Gopher fan websites say the job search has gotten so good, the Gophers are actually recruiting for recruits from across the country, and that’s something Michigan fans are concerned about.
“We’re seeing a lot more interest in Michigan recruiting,” said Dave Loomis, a student at the University at Buffalo who is a Gopher supporter.
“We’re really trying to get our hands on as many Michigan recruits as we can.
We’re just trying to stay out of Michigan territory and make sure we don’t make the mistake of recruiting from the state.”
Loomis says that the Gopher players have done a great job at the recruiting they’ve done so far, and are now going to need a lot of help recruiting from outside Michigan to make a dent in the program’s recruiting woes.
The recruiting of the last several years has been tough on the Gopans, Loomas said.
“They’ve had to deal with recruiting, and they’re dealing with a lot.
We’ve got to be realistic. “
It’s been a tough year.
We’ve got to be realistic.
We have to be able to do what we need to do, and we’ve got a lot to get done.
And we’re going to do that.”
While many people are hoping the Michigan coaching staff can make a difference, Lomins is not sure it will.
He said Michigan is one of the worst programs in college football right now.
“They’re in a really bad spot right now,” he said.
“That’s why we’re excited about what we’re doing in Michigan.
We’ll do whatever it takes to get them out of there.”