Jim Harbaugh can break one loaf of bread to feed all of Michigan Stadium and coach Michigan to more than 7 wins.
I have a very real and very strong hate for Ed Cunningham.
Strike City is an Ohio State bar (and upscale bowling alley) in Epicentre.
Whiskey River has some nice talent running around and the occasional bikini contest...
Don't let Jack Mewhort hear that.
I'm going to pile on here. There was nothing but NFL talent on the 2002 Buckeyes teams. There were exceptional playmakers on both sides of the ball.
Troy Smith also beat two #2 ranked teams, was a senior, and built momentum off of the end of 2005 when he was arguably the hottest QB in the nation.
This offense isn't the same one he used at Utah and Florida. The spread varies from Rich Rodriguez to Chip Kelly to Urban Meyer to Kevin Sumlin to Art Briles. It's been adapted and gained some parts and lost some parts. "Teams have tried everything to stop it, and by now, they have a solid idea of how to at least slow it down" and that's why you continue to innovate and adapt. Herman has shown the inability adapt the pass game, despite all of our success with the run game.
Still running Dave.
Just not doing it out of the I formation. The guards aren't pulling quick enough and not sustaining blocks.
I believe the University of Toledo only requires some resemblence to a student ID.
This video could have easily have been titled "LOL CJ Barnett WTF".
Look back at 2004? No.
I've been gone for a while, when did M Man go off the deep end?
If I remember correctly, the hitter must have been plagued with the same after effects.
Dominic Jones, who served eight months in a workhouse for sexual assault in April 2007 while at the University of Minnesota
I go to the Washington Post for definitive CFB answers.
Tressel was a villain who stole without deception. He used the front door and left the same way. He looted good and bad Michigan teams without discrimination.
I think you left out the Lars Anderson bio.
Senior Writer at Sports Illustrated. Working on The Storm and The Tide — a book on the T-Town tornado and Bama dynasty. Adjunct Prof at 'Bama. Resident B-Ham.
Professor at Bama and Alabama resident? The dude's been cleaning up NASCAR storylines and doing CFB season previews. SI calls in the big guns when they want to uncover rigged raffles. GQ already did a fluff piece on Saban, written by a Bama fan.
Even the Alabama fan base—of which, full disclosure, I'm a lifetime member—holds Saban in a kind of wary embrace.
I almost mistook those dashes on his passing yardage as negative yards, and didn't think twice about it (-13 passing yards total).
How about not following any of the rules? Seems pretty cut and dry, especially under a time of underserved scrutiny. If the staff sets guidelines, you agree to abide by set guidelines, then you don't, what do people think is going to happen?
It's a not a "right" to be a part of the team.
Someone else made a better point about him cashing paychecks from ESPN, while it makes hundreds of millions if not billions off college sports.
Yea, or this...
Black Monday, September 19, 1977 – when Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company, one of America's largest regional steel-manufacturing firms, announced that it would shut down most of its operations in the vicinity of Youngstown, Ohio, placing 5,000 people out of work. This development presaged the collapse of that community's industrial economy, from which it still hasn't recovered (as of 2010).
Or any of the other 20 bad Mondays that have received the term "Black Monday".
He's so badass, the rules of football don't apply to him! Should have been a dead ball...good thing it was Michigan.