Hate is a strong word...and for this instance it's totally justified.
One thing that I hope happens is that when we pick the guy we stay with him. The last thing I want is a repeat of the 2005 debacle...and I still don't understand how that was a hard decision!
I imagine that first game is going to get a gigantic rating just to see who trots out first!
And yet they still beat Michigan!
It's nice to see that we have two clinically insane men running B1G football programs this season!
I like the alternate jerseys, if they do them well. I think they could make a black jersey that implements some of the traditional colors/features and looks sleek and cutting edge. What I saw on the sight last week was a travesty and I REALLY hope they don't wear those!
I think there's a few reasons. One would be for the need in game 1, another is that his shoulder isn't ready yet and he won't have the ability to compete for the job and finally his future is at that position. The move works for all parties.
I am and I bring great news!!!
I love how the announcers keep talking about the great TCU defense...it's not there guys!
#1 Usain Bolt (Track & Field)
# 2 Vince Young (College Football)
#3 Lawrence Taylor
It could be done well. If it mimics what is displayed in the title...ugh. If you're going to do it, do it right!
We need to have a laser pointer-out and have the entire crowd use laser pointers to blind out the opposing quarterbacks and corners.
I miss seeing Coach Tressel. I love where we're at now obviously but he will always be special for me and I'm sure for many others.
I think where we've got in trouble the last couple games is allowing them to ride their momentum for too long. Last game we got the perfect start, didn't capitiize and let them keep it close for WAY too long. Michigan won't squander those opportunities with Harbaugh. We need to bury them and demoralize them early, especially now when we have the overwhelming talent/skill advantage.
Jumping off a cliff or saying nice things about Jim Bollman for five minutes...that choice would be hard and painful to even think about...
Typically Coach Meyer would have publicly (maybe not privately) shown concern over losing those guys, but I was shocked at how untypically nonchalant he was about it. It certainly weakens us, but it might give rise to some young players starving for playing time that may not have been given the chance before.
I saw that. It was a shot at Bollman hearing that Herman might need a garbage offensive line coach!
"Someone needs a garbage offensive line coach...I'll be there in 30"
I saw that. I guess my comment was more directed to the modern era.
Oregon most likely. Maybe TCU.
I always do awkward interviews....mmmhmmm.
Enjoy the journey. We have a great team with a lot of incredibly talented players. Keep it fun and fresh!
Dennis: Okay, will you stop? I don't want to have conversations anymore about dudes' physiques and whether they can...
Mac: Dennis, in body mass alone...
Dennis: That's what I was trying to avoid. A conversation about body mass, okay? We've had that conversation five times a day for the last month because we keep watching Predator and all you talk about is Weathers and Jesse "The Body" Ventura and how many pounds they can pack on...
Mac: It's important to pack on mass. You're talking about carbo-loading.
Dennis: I don't want to, I don't want to have this conversation with you anymore.
I'll go out and say I think the rule (NCAA) and the law are stupid on this matter, but its a known rule and when it prevents you from doing your job you need to be punished. The action doesn't bother me (like Tatgate), but knowing it was against team/NCAA rules and then doing it anyway should bother anyone. For a first offense, I can understand a game suspension only, but a repeat offender needs to get significantly more discipline.