"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
annarbor.com acknowledge it-
And highlights the subject's own website, "Brady Hoke Points At Things"
The founder of which is obviously a loyal reader-
(Edit: OK, there's a picture of the Maple Street Press Kickoff Preview with Hoke circled...but when I try and imbed it, I resize it, but it still comes out as huge, so to not blow up any computers, just check the link. And yeah, yeah, that's what she said. That's my line).
MGoBlog's reach grows and grows....
I would have posted this in the other thread, but it was buried and probably wouldn't be checked much. I found the full version that was just published on ESPN (per youtube), and I didn't see it posted yet, so I decided to share.
Some people probably won't like it, but deal with it. I will probably end up playing this before leaving my house on Saturdays heading to campus. I, for one, think I might be warming up to it.
Think Gibbons has had some issues? Apparently former UM commit Anthony Fera seems to be having some problems of his own and is currently not with the team...
According to a report in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the 20-year-old Fera pleaded guilty to charges of purchasing alcohol by a minor and disorderly conduct on Aug. 4 in State College. The incident occurred June 7. Citing court documents, the Post-Gazette reported that Fera has been involved in two alcohol-related issues since last April.
Not really sure, but the way the story is written, it sound like he's got some real issues beyond a few arrests. Dependency perhaps? Not really sure...
I remember this kid REALLY badmouthing us after he switched commitments, but it sounds like he's got bigger fish to fry than dealing with Schadenfreude. Life can be confusing for these young men, hope he figures it out...
According to the Baton Rouge newspaper, The Advocate, police were at Jefferson's home this afternoon looking for evidence from the LSU football player fight last week. This keeps sounding more serious by the day.
Also, a video which is purportedly from the fight has been posted on the Baton Rouge sport talk station's website. Not much of anything to decipher though: