"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."
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I hate to be negative because there is still a snow balls chance that he ends up Blue but...
Is it just me or does anyone else look at a 6'7" TE to OT who wants to play in a finesse offense and think, "Hell, that could be Dan O'Neill." If he doesn't want to smash the shit out of people and knock people off of the ball, he's not a good fit.
well Michigan has cracked the Rivals top 25 (They are #24) with the addition of Rawls. Many things could happen come NSD after the dust settles - but I think it's pretty impressive to improve the recruiting class that much in just a couple of weeks. I believe when BH took over, they were ranked at around 40... Someone correct me if I'm wrong. Go Blue!
Yes, Hoke actually said it. Bo porn.
"There are going to be some guys who fall by the side, but the guys who stay will be champions."
The snow storm is affecting everything, and Glenville TE/LB Frank Clark was supposed to announce tonight at 8pm. It looks like he's moved that to 10am tomorrow morning. Still feeling good for Michigan.
This is from an ESPN insider article a few minutes ago:
Tweet of the Day: From the Tennessee Volunteers compliance department:
NCAA rules prohibit fans from contacting prospective student-athletes. This includes interactions on facebook and twitter.
While I still think you're all creepy that do this, at least you're not alone.