Found April 02, 2013 on
If this letter is actually real, then the Mississippi State Bulldogs coaching staff sends out the worst recruiting letters of all-time. I think it has to be made up by Michigan four-star linebacker commit Michael Ferns or someone else, because I just can’t believe that the coaching staff would waste the postage sending out a letter like this. Then again I guess you never know. In the world of recruiting, stranger things have happened.
Ummm.. Thanks Coach instagram.com/p/XmhmUZSqhs/
— Michael Ferns (@M_Ferns10) April 2, 2013
BEST OF MAXIM
Via everywhere on the internet, this recruiting note comes from the pen of a Mississippi State coach and was sent to Michael Ferns, a linebacker from Ohio, who recorded this historical document so that all might share in its wonder. As you can see, there are some, uh, interesting things about this note.
And, because it is a Tuesday in April with nothing better to do, we shall...
Mississippi State found its rhythm again Tuesday night. The 17th-ranked Bulldogs put the cap on a road swing full of some near-misses with a hard-fought 6-4 win over South Alabama in a college baseball contest played at Stanky Field.
Mississippi State returned to work after a short Easter Weekend break, holding a two-and-a-half hour session Tuesday. The full-pads practice was the fifth date of spring, and according to Coach Dan Mullen’s original plan was another installation-type day.
Mississippi State 2013 football signee Dezmond Harris, of McAdory (AL) High School, has worked hard rehabbing from an ACL injury that he suffered during his team's preseason jamboree game.