is there such a thing as an etsy genuis? if so, this is it.
I am not saying he will be hired or anything like that but I just want to know why everyone is so set against Miles coming here if he was to be hired. I mean people act like he is a terrible coack. So he likes to eat a couple blades of grass now and then, So maybe he has a couple boneheaded clock management issues during games. I can take losing a game or two by bad clock management if we are playing in BCS bowls year after year like LSU does, not to mention making it there from a conference liek the SEC. I know he's a little cooky bt he can coach. LSU shredded Texas A&M last night. Anyways I was just wondering what the problem people have with him.
That is all.
I had heard about Frost on Michigan's end last night, but according to this guy, he didn't run this by Auburn, and they will not be accepting him. Whoops.....if true.
Someone said if you try and apply you get a message saying job has already been filled. I am unable to get the link to work on my work computer. Can anyone confirm this?
I was thinking it would be cool to be able to keep everyone in limbo until the UOS basketball game next week.. and then trot out the coach before the game and get the crowd all pumped up...tell them how he'll destroy UOS.
But that would only work with Harbaugh.. wouldn't it?.. would there be enough people who obsess over this enough to actually know who the next guy is and be able to pull that off?... I mean I guess OSU did it with SweaterVest.
Any other cool ways to do it other than the traditional press conference?
SIAP, gave it a quick look and didn't see anything. It's a free article from scout, found it interesting.
The rush to annoint JH as the next big thing in the NFL is symptomatic of our media driven culture. The guy is a perfect fit here at Michigan and has done wonders at Stanford, but the skill set for an NFL coach is much different than for a college coach. One of Harbaugh's most valuable qualites is his ability to find and mold raw talent, and this would be wasted at the next level. He is obviously a master at motivating young men but would this transfer to the task of massaging massive NFL egos?
The history of the NFL is littered with great college coaches who's talents did not transfer well (Spurrier, Saban, etc....) so what makes people think that JH - after one great season in Division I - can not only make the jump to light speed, but deserves more money than anyone else in the busines? It all makes no sense.
Here's hoping that this media circus is part of a complex negotiating dance in which JH is using this overblown leverage to get exactly what he wants from Brandon - in money, control and contract flexibility.