The "...bitches!" is silent but implied in everything we say from here on out.
So 2012 is looking up.
Randy Shannon fielded a phone call from Miami Northwestern quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and receiver Eli Rogers yesterday, in which both committed to Miami.
"I want to be an All-American, try to break records, win the Heisman and win a national championship," the four-star QB said. He told Rivals he considers himself a solid commitment, is unsure if he'll take additional visits, and is on track to graduate early.
Rogers' commitment may be considered a bit more soft.
Bridgewater completed 165 of 262 passes for 2,546 yards, 32 touchdowns and 12 interceptions as a junior and ran for 379 yards and five touchdowns. He also holds the Miami-Dade County record for most touchdown passes in game, seven, set against Miami Lakes in September.
He said he had known for a while he wanted to replace Jacory twice, but "I was just keeping it to myself."