Granted this is more regional and a more high profile job should come first, Tony Annese was a successful high school coach with several state championships, did an excellent job at Grand Rapids CC before the program was disbanded, and is now building a successful program at Ferris State (DIII). Wins with the players he is given and has an old school coaches mentality.
Hoke was not the first choice, and one with limited success at that. When Nussmeir was hired I figured he had an unwritten, smoke filled room agreement with Brandon to be next in line if this season was a bust. Given the less than stellar offensive performance to date, my money is on harbaugh mending fences.
Not an athlete but there is only one name, that says it all - Woody
Having resided in tsun for the last two decades, I appreciate the insight and the scoop. I dare say not one of us agrees with his spouse 100% of the time. Plus I really enjoy the tidbits that contribute to even more discomfort for the folks at ann arbor community college.
Did not read all of the comments, so this may be a re-hash, but Woody really, really hated the michigan agricultural school, feeling they were the biggest cheaters in college football. Especially after the Ted Bell saga in the early 70's.
Was wnroute to Madison for my son's first elite soccer tournament. Called the campground to let them know we were a bit behind schedule and was told not to worry, they were watching the "chase".
Whatever happened to Cato?
A thinking man's game. Granted some managers overdo it like college bb coaches controlling every play.... George Will authored an excellent book, "Men at Work". He writes of average athletes, not juiced, that are on top of their game because they think and pay attention to detail. I agree the season and play-offs are too long, but attend a minor league game and/or watch Ken Burns documentary about baseball and it's evolution.
Not to mention the wolverine is native to Wisconsin, and like most other things of note, imported to tsun. BTW, anyone ever had wolverine stew? All fat, no meat
That is what happens when you hire grads of Ann Arbor community college
I am reminded of the late 90's when Volunteer favorite Johnny Majors was backdoored by his OC and politely and unceremoniously shown the door. As a former CEO Dave Brandon has probably smoked a cigar in more than one back room. Hence I must agree with OSUXROW