Tennessee is not recruiting well just because they got 18 dudes
Notre Dame's reigning salary champ this year is:
The university paid Weis, who was fired as coach at Kansas last September, $2,054,744, according to figures included in Notre Dame's most recent IRS documents for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2014
LOL - Returning to glory has a price!
A FG wins the game and your kicker hasn't missed all year. Why even risk having a freshman QB make a bad throw?
It seems that the people of Columbus are so fat that they routinely require the fire department to use special over 650 pound (!!!!) stretchers. Wow. Is this why Boren prefers living in Columbus as opposed to Ann Arbor?
I assume these people need stretchers because they rush to a fridge and break a leg (and gravy pours out).
Hey guys, so I decided to try the whole Bleacher Report thing and lo and behold, my first article is about ND and whether they have legitimate beef with their national perception:
*Also, if linking out is not proper mgoboard etiquette, I apologize.
Growing up near Grand Valley State, I have watched and rooted for Brian Kelly at all of his stops. Although I think Rich Rod was a good hire, I was hoping Michigan would take a chance on Kelly. He has had a winning program no matter the level. Brian Kelly isn't just a good coach, he is a championship level coach. I have enjoyed watching his success.
But now I must hate him. I have no choice. He is Notre Dame. When you coach Notre Dame football you become Notre Dame. I know hating him is necessary; I am just having a hard time doing it.
I need my fellow Michigan fans to help me out. Give me a reason to despise Brian Kelly. We could always rip into Weis because he was so fat. I have never heard of a better nickname than "Front Butt". Is there some physical feature, or character flaw that we could use as a jumping off point for the purpose of ridicule? I am afraid that my previous admiration for Brian Kelly is clouding up my necessary hate. I'm not proud of it, but admitting so is the first step to recovery.