Jager Hund

  • joined Jul 17, 2013
  • last login Jun 03, 2014
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Citizens Wildlife


This is not related to UofM, however it is important to all Michigan citizens. Citizens for professional wildlife management are currently pushing for a ballot initiative to protect Michigan hunting and fishing rights. The three things they are pushing for are: •rapid response by the DNR if/when the Asian Carp enter the Great Lakes. •Free licenses and permits to active military members •To ensure that certain game species are managed by the Natural Resource Commission. Currently our rights are under attack by large organizations from the West Coast (SanDiegoMick). I encourage anyone that wishes to keep Michigan politics Michiganish to go to the above link, ask them to send you some petitions and then pass it around your workplace, your family and friends, and anyone else that you don't mind asking. This initiative is very important to our natural resources, however it has not received the press that many would like. I've been following this very closely and can answer any questions that you may have. Thanks everyone!

Ricky Seals-Jones claims he was offered $600k to play


Read the article and judge for yourself... it is only Bleacherreport. Texas A&M player Ricky Seals-Jones' father claims that his son was offered $600k by an SEC team (big surprise there) to sign a National Letter of Intent. Although if it is true then I'm sure the NCAA will find a way to sweep it all under the rug and everyone will forget about it.

Michigan is back!


Just wanted to share a link of long time RB coach Fred Jackson and Michigan's running game returning to what it should be! This is my first fan post by the way.

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