Man, that was awesome! I am so PUMPED to ... sit around, stuff my face, and watch football
Or maybe he was talking about being kicked off the team, and not the domestic violence incident that caused the dismissal. Maybe like,
"Its a small thing to miss the last two games; you will be in the league because you're a giant."
Well, the marshall plan isn't working
She isn't being paid enough.
Sifting through mountains of Dave Brandon hate mail + regularly attending Domino's pizza catered office meetings + continually putting in extra-hours to weather Brandon's PR disasters (fireworks, sky writing, concussions, ticket give-aways, etc.) + hours spent trying to decipher Hoke's "umm, uhh, errh" voice mail messages + having to live in Michigan = THE WORST EXISTENCE IMAGINABLE.
All the money in the world can't undo the shame and self-loathing she must endure on a daily basis.
I'm guessing this takes Barrett off any heisman list
herman freezes up in big games
we have to start throwing some more.
Don't worry. You lost to an SEC team, which actually counts for more than another team from any other conference winning.
Has there ever been a highly successful NFL head coach that walked away from it to become a head coach in college? I can't think of one of the top off my head. To set your sights on the Harbaugh brothers, two of the most recently successful NFL coaches, just seems insane. Maybe they can lure away a top coordinator or position coach, but a top-tier NFL head coach! I don't see it happening.
Thanks for the video.
If I were recruiting a kid michigan was going after too, I would sit down with Mom and Dad on the couch, and just play that video for them. Then I would simply say, "This is why you don't want your kid to go to Michigan." And then I would quote them Brady Hoke's post-game presser: "Well I don't know.. you know.. I don't know...he might have had a concussion or not. I don't know that. And that wasn't something... and Shane's a pretty competitive tough kid. And Shane wanted to be the QB. And so...believe me...if he didn't want to be he would have come to the sideline or stayed down." (this direct quote is taken from the above linked mgoblog post)
Does anyone know where I can see a replay of the concussion hit on Shane Morris from this game? All the people over at mgoblog are lighting torches about how brady hoke handled it or something.
You certainly have more than enough credentials for them, especially those 3 losses. Withstanding the often overpowering temptation to turn off the game as the clock ticks down to zero while behind on a video game is an admirable character trait. The willingness to endure losing is the very thing that qualifies you to be their next head coach.
Wowzers. Poor #24 gets trucked there.
The old let-the-person-trip-over-your-body-as-you-lie-helplessly-on-the-ground block. I made a quite a few of those back in my playing days!
Never mind. Just discovered 11w has a football roster page!
#3 = Michael Thomas; #84 = Corey Smith
(uncovers face from Buckeye shame)
So...I don't want to sound like a complete idiot, but the only face I recognize in the photo is D. Wilson. Who is #3 and #84?
(covers face in Buckeye shame)
Only Notre Dame fans can turn a scandal of rampant academic fraud into an occasion for sanctimonious self-righteousness. Their delusion knows no limits!
Yet Nate Webster was never asked to star in a reality TV show, while Michael Sam was (and he initially accepted). A 7th round pick starring in a reality show about being a gay football player is clearly a distraction and a spectacle. Why invite such an unnecessary media circus for a 7th round pick when your coaching career solely depends on winning games?
Disagree with him all you want, but to refer to him as "people like Tony Dungy" is much overblown.
Ironically the uproar over Tony Dungy's comments actually validated them.
That vile, wretched Tony Dungy. How dare he say he wouldn't have drafted a 7th round draft pick! What a horrible person!