I think Bert should be arrested for exposing people to his feet!
Mark Richt. I like him but he seems to fall short of expectations nearly every year.
I never wanted to be one of the older guys. I have been fighting that battle for awhile now. Life problems.
I loved Bobby Knight (despite hating Indiana). If I had any talent whatsoever, I would have loved to have played for him. I think he always had his players best interests in mind. As somebody mentioned, I also don't think Knight was trying to skirt the rules to find a competitive advantage. His advantage came in players working hard and playing smart. I would call Bobby Knight fiery and short-tempered but not crazy.
Harbaugh I think is different. I don't deny that he appears to be a great coach and I cannot speak to how the team works in practice. He has some fire to him but I do think his charades seem to be off-centered to say the least. Thus, I would say he is more crazy. I can deal with crazy though. The creepiness is what bothers me.
So they went from 9-2 to 8-3 or is that a typo?
I went to the site and couldn't find it. Is it me or is it not up yet?
I think Felix Joyner was attributed as an Ohio State also; however, I don't know who that is. All of the Buckeyes in the league are on Team Kirksey. I assume that Team Kirksey will be somewhere in the midwest and, perhaps, playing in Akron if that stadium lease gets worked out.
The first sentence of this article is interesting and it was just printed in September!
Who is Reuben?
Maybe it is just me but I thought Herman came across looking childish and like an asshat in the interview. I still like him but this interview will not go down as one of his finer moments in my opinion. In fact, I think Herman got lit up in the interview.
I have to (and hate to) agree.
I'm out as I don't like my foods to touch. I happen to like both White Castle and pizza also. I just happen to eat like am a little kid.
In that first scenario, does that mean you have UNC jumping Ohio State with a win over Clemson?
I am sure this is a sign considering that Ohio State's first national championship was in 1942 (I think).