further adventures in Jed York being unsuited for his position
I know previously there was alot of complaining, with good merit, when certain former Michigan players said their HS football team or whatever else instead of the Univerity of Michigan when doing intros on Sun and Mon night football. I was wondering if anyone noticed Derrick Mason last night saying his HS instead of MSU as well as a number of other players saying various things including Suggs saying he wen to his parents university? Just sort of made me think that it's probably not former players putting our team down, but just maybe just maybe them doing something different. I guess it's hard not to get your panties in a bunch with all the negative publicity we have been getting, but this just put it in perspective better.
Go Blue and beat MSU
38-28 in the Gator Bowl.
Michigan is 8-5 in year 3 under Rich Rodriguez.
RichRod is 16-21 after 3 seasons (0.432 winning pct).
The Michigan team will return 9 to 10 starters on offense and 9 starters on defense.
You're David Brandon (I'm Ron Burgundy???): What do you do? (after ordering 2 medium 2 topping pizzas for $5.99 each, of course)
I thought the Gator Bowl was a CBS deal, with the SEC the prime conference for a number of years, and I really do think I remember that the Gator Bowl was a CBS product for a while, wasn't it?
Anyway, it got me to thinking, I don't know if it is the debacle that has become the"ESPN Family of Networks" or a preference for CBS' Duh, DuhDuhDuh, DuhDuhDuhDuh(CBS theme song - kind of) but I kind of have CBS envy. Are Lunquist and Danielson better than anything ABC has to offer? I kind of think the answer is yes.
And if no, who is the duo from ABC/ESPN that you find better (production quality and HD quality included in your discussion of preference)?
Wait, you mean the season's not over?
The world of coaching changes is never hospitable; here's a link to the all-around dissatisfaction with Minnesota's new hire:
You can displease most of the people all of the time.