The nutty Michigan coverage isn't so much about Harbaugh as it is a signal to the Big Ten that Fox wants to party.
Bob Stoops believes that the Hype machine for the SEC is overblown.
“So you’re listening to a lot of propaganda that gets fed out to you. You’re more than smart enough to figure it out. Again, you can look at the top two, three, four, five, six teams, and you can look at the bottom six, seven, eight, whatever they are. How well are they all doing?"
“What’d we [the Big 12] have, eight of 10 teams in bowl games this year? Again, you figure it all out.”
It seems that winning the last 7 National Championships is not domination
Didn't see this posted anywhere else...
Rodriguez available to caddie
Former West Virginia coach on bag for friend at Greenbrier Classic Monday
By Jim Workman
Assistant Managing Editor
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — He may be out of work until his television career as a football analyst with CBS Sports begins this fall.
But former West Virginia University and University of Michigan head football coach Rich Rodriguez knows how to spend his idle time.
He’s in town for The Greenbrier Classic.
Monday, he actually caddied for his friend Dave Alvarez in a Pro-Am golf event on The Old White TPC.
“Some of my good buddies knew that I needed work,” he said with a grin. “I work pretty cheap right now.
“I don’t know how I’ll do (as a caddie),” he said just before the round began. “I’m sweating already. I’ll probably get fired after about six holes.
“I had a chance to come down here for a couple of days. I’m getting ready to go to Oklahoma to do a TV shoot with (Sooners head football coach) Bob Stoops. I wanted to be around another day and see the facility and hang out with my friends.
“It's going to be fun.”
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So according to a completely unfounded rumor on twitter Bob Stoops has been offered the Michigan job.
Back during I think the final press conference of the season, Coach Rod said something about the fact that OU came to WVU a few years back in order to learn his "spread" system and ask questions. With all the insanity going on now with the DC job up for grabs and the recruiting being relatively exciting this year, I just remembered him saying the coaching staff was gonna take a trip to OU over the off season. Is anyone thinking what I'm thinking? Getting OU's def. scheme and putting it to work for us. I mean would that be such a bad deal? I dont know what the stats may show about OU's defense over the past few years or how long the current DC has been there but it seems to me like OU tends to compete every year in the Big 12 and we're not talking about teams that dont know how to run the spread. Heck more than half the teams in the country run the spread now but it sounds like a good idea to me, lemme know what ya think? I would love to hear if anyone has heard anything or knows what the true purpose in the proposed visit. I know that coaches communicate all the time to talk about scheme's and ideas and such so I just wondered who had information on the subject??????