He's lucky a bug didn't fly into his mouth.
I remember when Lou Holtz was coaching Notre Dame and it seemed as if the TV cameras were on him after every play. You didn't know who was the other team's coach, or even if he was there on the sidelines. You won't know Utah's coach is even there with that kind of insane coverage of the TSUN glamor boy.
I made a joke. That's why I put LOL on the end.
I hear Hillary needs a new server. You guys could sell the old one to her. LOL!
Man, he screwed up worse than Hoke did with Shane Morris.
TSUN football will be back and successful only when it wins a national championship. Having Harbaugh coaching them does not guarantee that. It's extremely premature for anyone -- even a diehard TSUN fan -- to say they are back. And I will reiterate what I've said before on this web site: If Harbaugh can't turn them into national champions, then he's failed. And if he leaves for the NFL in four or five years with no national championships in Ann Arbor, then what? Who will replace him? They will have no big name alum to turn to -- well maybe the worn-out and wacky Les Miles.
One of my favorite characters on Seinfeld, Lloyd Braun.
I meant to say lousy players on the scUM team.
Guys that are having a good camp up north are probably playing against lousy players.
I'll believe what Dr. Earl says over a newspaper report on him. I hope he can play as soon as possible, even if he's more than a month away from game action.
I'm sure the people up north are gloating over Weber getting hurt.
That's a fantastic report on him. Much better coming directly from her -- a sports medicine physician -- than a reporter trying to paraphrase all that excellent information.
They lost to the Buckeyes that year wearing those unis, so I'm OK with them.
I hope those kids will have the same look on their faces this year. And I hope the score on the TV screen when they are shown is Ohio State 42, Michigan 0.
And they will win only six games, anyway. Like Jeff Dunham's character Walter says: "I don't give a damn!"
If that report is correct, then Harbaugh's media wall is working pretty good. The two Detroit papers don't have anything about it on their web sites. Good luck to the kid and hope he heals well to get back into action next year...if the report is accurate.
The games haven't started and some of those fans up north are already unhinged, separated from reality.
I can see Saban telling recruits: "Why do you want to go to Ohio State or some other school when you can get the highest stipend in the nation from me at Alabama?" This stipend feature will turn out badly for schools who can't match Saban's offers. Bidding wars for 5-star and 4-star football players? You bet!
I want the Buckeyes to keep beating the team up north for a long, long time so those people in mustard and blue can't throw that line in our faces that they still lead OSU in the overall series. I want the Buckeyes to pass them up so we can throw that line back into their faces.
Maybe Hall realized he wasn't good enough to beat out our DEs already committed to Ohio State. And maybe he didn't want to work hard enough to do it. But good luck to him wherever he goes, as long it isn't the school up north of Ohio.
What is that guy going to be like if his team doesn't duplicate what OSU did in Meyer's first two years? I will maintain to my last breath that if Harbaugh can't turn that team up north into a national champion in three years that the program up there will turn into a middle of the road program like Iowa and be that way forever.
The Ohio State colors are scarlet and gray, not black. That design is butt ugly and quit messing with a great-looking color scheme and jersey.
I hope he wins as many National Championships as Bo at that school up north of Ohio.
The Mud Hens sell out the place for weekend games. Better get your tickets NOW! The zoo, art museum are also great places to go to.
Better bring plenty, and I mean a lot, of your own bottled water. Toledo is going through another safe drinking water crisis.