I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
Let us cope.
My method? Drugs.
[ED:BISB- Have at it, but please don't start your own posts. May this be the only rant thread. See some of you on TWIS]
[JBT edit: Mods just ninjaed my thread!!!]
I am stuck at the office on a saturday getting some stuff done...Last time this happened I remember for some reason I could not find a good place online to listen/watch the game.
Links/Advice would be much appreciated!
Plain and simple, who you got?
I'll take Bama. I don't think Lee's simple game management is going to be good enough to beat Bama's stifling D.
Nice to see former U-M receiver Tony Clemons score a TD against USC (not). He looked good on the 27 yd. play. Normally I like to see former players do well, but given the history here.....
Well I hate to be the one to start complaining already but ESPN has announced the crew for the Michigan game.
Play-by-Play = Dave Pasch
Color = Chris Spielman
Sideline Reporter = Quint Kessenich
After Spielman's terrible "commentary" earlier this year I am hoping the radio and tv sync up well tomorrow.
Edit: Changed the title so no one was mistaken that it could be Pam Ward, sorry for the scare.
Surprisingly, after a fairly lengthy search of the site, I have not found any reference to "Wolverine Olympics" anywhere. I'm knee-deep in Three and Out and, on page 149, Bacon references this competition that Rodriguez devised -
whereby the seniors drafted teams of eight players, then tried to get the most points - given out for touchdowns and tackles, attending classes, getting above a 3.0, visiting Mott Children's Hospital, and so on - and to avoid demerits.
(emphasis mine). Does anyone remember hearing about this competition? Does anyone know if the tradition is being continued under Hoke & Co?
Seems like a very cool way to hold the kids accountable to their teammates in a much more intimate way, all the while feeding their competitive spirit. A way to hold each other's feet to the fire in all aspects of their college life. Mostly, I am very surprised that we never discussed this (or even heard of it) as fans.