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The Clean North


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Comment 4 hours ago

To be honest, if anything I think it will sway kids away from Xichigan. If I was a college athlete I wouldn't want someone on the program that is going to go rat me out to my mom and dad. 

Comment 25 Feb 2015

I still think about how they didn't make a bowl so they lost all those bowl practices. That will hurt them a bit. 

Comment 24 Feb 2015

It took him I believe 3 to 4 years at San Diego and at Stanford before those teams competed for anything. 

Comment 23 Feb 2015

Food and Beverage Controller for Morton's Steakhouse in NJ. I keep the place running day in day out. A restaurant is a beast that has to be fed every day. 

Comment 21 Feb 2015

What a roller coaster of emotions! I'm so glad to hear this. I've been following up diligently

Comment 20 Feb 2015

Idk I think JT is going to get the nod if he heals correctly. He seemed to be the better manager in my opinion. OSU's amazing defense dug Cardale out a couple times there against Oregon. 

Comment 20 Feb 2015

We have found the heir to Urban's throne whenever that may be. Right in front of us the whole time. 

Comment 20 Feb 2015

Getting a class leader this early in the process is key. I really think it's like having another coach out there that doesn't have ncaa restrictions. Also being so highly ranked players will want to build in around him and each other. 

Comment 16 Feb 2015

The only problem with this is that Xichigans biggest problem was that they didn't develop those players. Tressell was developing those players for Urban Meyer. Can you set that up much better? Harbaugh had Hoke setting him up. 

Comment 10 Feb 2015

No you were critical of him because he was wearing a shirt to work out in. Saying he needs to be all in. He's more "in" than you or I will ever be so just leave it to the coaches to tell him what he needs to be.