"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."
Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon said he put his arm around Rodriguez as they walked to the embattled coach’s news conference.
“I said, ‘You had a good week, coach,’ and he did,” Brandon recalled. “It’s been a month since we had a win and the (NCAA) situation is over, and I think Rich was to a degree was vindicated. Now, we’re going to a bowl and if we can find ways to win it’ll improve the picture.”
(print link from Freep) Edit: I know the link isn't working, but i won't post a full link. sorry guys
To those who realize that we will be going in a different direction at Head Coach in 15 years after RichRod is done winning all his National Titles and rides off into the sunset, who do you think we should hire?
To the rest of you, I'm sorry that your impending negs failed to deter me from posting this question. Hopefully you guys will come around before too long and see what the rest of us see.
Boldin was back today. He got yanked in the first half after not being able to get anything going and the score at 21-0 Northwestern. McGloin came in and it's 28-21 PSU, with McGloin making some seriously good throws.
The way things look right now Michigan will play in either the Texas Bowl or Dallas Football Classic. Our opponent looks to be either Iowa State or Baylor, with Texas A&M a strong possibility.
The defense really stepped it up in the 2nd half.
They stopped the Illini on 5 of their 7 drives and had 4 3-and-outs! Great job by the defense all around.
Hooray! This was me!