no, YOU'RE off topic
a former running back of some repute.
Nicole Auerbach profiles Woolfolk's "lonely journey" back from injury:
Woolfolk himself talks about his lupine ancestry:
That night I stayed up for hours pondering what was going on and what happened to me. Then I finally realized — I, too, was blessed with the gene of my family’s ancient tribe. Due to the fact that football is a competitive sport, my body felt as if it was being threatened by the opponent, which triggered the wolf gene to come out.
I have always admired the colleges around the country that have very supportive fan bases. Ours being my favorite of course. But how do we take it up a notch? How do we get the crowd at the Big House into the game screaming and yelling the whole afternoon? Camp Randal, Happy Valley and the Toilet Bowl (Shoe) all have hostile crowds when we go on the road to play them. We should return the favor!!
How do we get a majority of the crowd to lose their mind for the WHOLE game?!
We need a 12th man tomorrow!!!
Besides, believing Rich will get this thing turned around, I've always liked that he is very active in positive causes. Unfortunately the MSM rarely covers any of this instead they try to tear him down all the time.
From today's "Bacon Blog" John U. Bacon takes a look at a pivotal 40 minute head coaching interview back in 1966 with Bo and Wisconsin. Interesting stuff.
link here: http://bit.ly/8YXX6Q
“Michigan didn’t need some silly committee or student rep to check me out,” Bo told me, “and I didn’t need any dime-store tour of the campus to appreciate what Michigan had to offer.”
We all know that he has very good backups, but this certainly can't hurt. One less thing to worry about.