landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
So I was just going over my sports schedule this weekend and noticed this:
Michigan Football: 7pm EST
Detroit Tigers: 8pm EST
Detroit Red Wings: 9pm EST
Really? We have to have all three teams play at the same time?
I understand Michigan sets its schedule before either the Wings or Tigers and the Wings have to play an evening game after playing the night before, so why can't the Tigers play at 3:30pm? Anyone else frustrated with the scheduling?
Here is a story on Hoke and what his original "dream job" was prior to the UM coaching gig.
Sounds about right. The more I learn about this guy, the more interesting he becomes.
Heck, when you're Jarrod Bunch the sun always seems to shine in Los Angeles. Just a few hours earlier, Bunch returned from Malibu, where he put some finishing touches on Slumber Party Slaughter. Later on, he'll grab a bite with his wife, Robin, then head back to their Hollywood home. Maybe after that he'll take a walk. Or do some Jiu-Jitsu training at the gym. Or read through some potential projects for Generator, the full-house production company he co-owns. Or come up with ideas for SILKtáge, the hair-care product he and Robin develop.
Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2011/writers/the_bonus/10/07/jarrod.bunch/index.html#ixzz1a7bqoy8D
Before this season started, I would have never thought I would be in this postion to think that we should be favorites to beat OSU this year. In fact, I never thought I would feel as confident as I do now that we will beat them.
With that, however, what would be the ramifications if we lose to them at home this year (Assuming respective team trajectories continue as is)? Would it be one of the more embarrasing loses to OSU ever? What would you make you think of the coaches?
IMO, OSU is close to hitting rock bottom, so we may never encounter such a bad OSU team ever again.
Brian gave me a heads up on this, and I haven't seen it posted on the board yet—Oaks Christian's game was televised last night, and before it started the announcing crew said that Payton told them he would be announcing his decision in two weeks, after his visit to Notre Dame on the weekend of October 21st. His final choices are Michigan, ND, Cal, and Arizona State, and this one looks good for the Wolverines barring a game-changing visit to South Bend.
Just fired up the DVR to watch Payton, and an intrepid MGoReader is capping some highlights for me, so by the end of the weekend (or Monday at the latest) those should be posted along with my general impressions of his game.
"They're living in a dream world."
The former Buckeye and current ESPN analyst said Michigan's defense "is still kind of doing it with smoke and mirrors" after a three-game stretch in which it allowed only 10 points.
I love the video in the middle of the article.....