that's unfortunate, but at least the interest is there on both sides
I'm Trying to sell 2 pairs of tickets to the Sugar Bowl. One pair is Premium Terrace (it was suppose to be endzone mezzanine, but UM oversold) and the other pair is Plaza Level.
The location won't be available until December 14th at 8:30AM according to the UM ticket office.
E-mail me if you're interested email@example.com
@S_Morris12.I really do love my Spartan Nation out there! ...but this is hilarious hahahahaa #SorryNotSorry o:)
This is my first forum post so I apologize if this sucks.
I was reading an articile and it was about how Rich Rodriquez was quoted saying he would have won 10 games AT LEAST also. Now I was one of the supporters of Rich Rod so I was a little sad to see him go, he had a tough situation to deal with. I do think he needs to refrain from saying some things, its making me lose some respect for him. Can you just focus on your new job please?
He did give credit to our coaching staff which was nice but what he said came off very childish.
Please read the article and tell me what you think:
The UFR viewer web app is now available for viewing the Defensive "Upon Further Review" report for the Ohio game (as well as Offensive UFR posted yesterday). Video links are provided to all plays, thanks to MGoVideo.com.
The link is:
Happy Holidays and Go Blue! Back after Sugar Bowl.
Al Borges, offensive coordinator, University of Michigan Muschamp and Borges were assistant coaches on the same Auburn staff, so Muschamp knows exactly what kind of coordinator he would be getting. Borges runs a pro-style offense with excellent balance between the pass and the run. His Michigan offense this season is averaging 235.7 yards a game on the ground and 198.8 through the air. Borges was considered a possible candidate for the job a year ago before Muschamp hired Weis.
That's about all there is to the article. Its a pretty weak tie-in and I don't see the incentive for him to leave unless Florida were to offer him more money.
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I was looking at the Arizona Wildcats football page to see how they spin their new staff's tenure at Michigan. So far RR has hired MaGee, Gibson, Dews, and Smith who were all at WVU and UM. They list RR's Wolverine record as 15-22, which is correct. However, they make no mention of the 2011 Gator Bowl. For the assistants they actually list the bowl history of each and each list omits the 2011 Gator Bowl. John Bacon also claimed the coaching staff received no rings for the Gator Bowl, contrary to custom.
Did the 2011 Gator Bowl really happen? Did Dave Brandon create an alternate reality future so that he could avoid the higher buyout AND avoid buying jewelry?
What is going on here?