Look closely, everyone. It’s whipping in the wind, snapping and flapping right over Schembechler Hall.
That’s a red flag you see — and suddenly, things are a little more intriguing this offseason at Michigan.
“Every day that I threw the last couple of weeks,” Greg Paulus said Thursday, “it has gotten better and better.”
And now look: The guy who played point guard for Duke the past four seasons, who hadn’t picked up a football in four years before, you know, getting his arm loose recently, could be the starting quarterback at Michigan this fall.
it’s not really a red flag.
Maybe it’s time to panic.