I don't get to go to games very often. So I was curious if what David Mol said about people booing the players during RR tenure was true? I would tend to think that real fans would never boo. But if some felt really compelled to express their frustration I would hope that it would be directed at the coaching staff and never the players. Of course if you're a player on the sideline it's probably not easy to differentiate who the boo's are aimed at. Many of you are regular game attendees, what did you witness? Are some fans really that classless?
Edit: My apologies I meant to type David Molk but instead typed Mike Martin.
I know it is just a message board post, but a 247 board has noted that Mattison recently visited Brown in his home.
I'm on board with this. I think we delivered a message by dropping him, but ultimately, kids make mistakes and everybody deserves a 2nd chance.
Nothing earth shattering, I've been starving for some VT match-up content. I'm hating the fact that the media has been bashing them just so they'll be extra motivated for the Sugar Bowl.
Michigan’s offensive line can be summed up in one word… big.
^Just wait a couple of years fella's.^
I would like MgoShoe take on VT if he is indeed back from self imposed exile.
And this from the Google Machine.
Galactic Overlords > fat men in gaudy suits
For the past several years my wife and I have gone to NO for the Reveillon season when the restaurants do special holiday meals and music. There are so many good places to eat that you can hardly miss but there are a couple outside the famous like Commander's Palace and Emeril's that you might want to try although most of these are to the pricey end too. Maybe others can add to a list of the best Big Easy eateries.
Cochon (Not to be missed is the bacon and oyster sandwich mmmmmm)
Luke (John Besh is the chef and the sazerac cocktail is the besht)
Herb Saint (just outside the warehouse area at 701 St.Charles)
Boucherie (Out near the end of the St. Charles streetcar line on Jeanette. They used do a food truck but opened a restaurnat in an old house and it's one of our all time fave's)
Bayona (Susan Spicer's place at the north edge of the French quarter)
Domenica (Another John Besh special)
The WWII museum is worth every penny if you are a history buff at all.
Audubon Park is easy to get to on the streetcar and is a lovely place to walk or jog if you want to get away from the French Quarter craziness.
I also think that the music clubs on Frenchman Street just across Esplanade from the French Quarter are every bit as good as those in the Quarter itself.
None of the above is any big secret but to those who have not been there or have never explored outside the French Quarter I thought I would share the above favorites. Enjoy!
Holy crap we're up to 243 people. Let's keep it going, there are only a few days left and it only takes a few seconds to join.