it's a major award
Forever and ever. A 18 year college freshman started the events that led to the final straw in an ousting of the Michigan Athletic Director
Do you smell what Brian, MGoBlog and WD are cookin'?
Dave Brandon is resigning as Michigan’s AD, source told @ESPN. Press conference this afternoon— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) October 31, 2014
Lot's of chatter this morning about a change happening TODAY with the AD. Nothing confirmed as of yet, but STAY TUNED.
EDIT: No trick, just treats for all of us wanting him out.
Edit 2: BOOM
A few days ago when someone made a CC: Rex Ryan post the poster dothepose said the following:
''Did you not see Brians post in a Unverified Voracity about NFL coaches making the move to college and the lack of success? At this point can we just get CC talk when there is a pretty good rumor or something actually happens. At this point any name thrown out just annoys me until Brandon or Hoke or both are gone.''
And after the CC: Steve Mariucci post it came back to my mind. Does such a post exist? Could someone please link it for me if they do know of such a post?
I haven't been able to find it using the search. People like to say ''Well Carroll, Saban, and Spurier failed in the NFL and came back and won in college.''
1. Carroll did not fail in the NFL before USC. I wouldn't call 10-6,9-7,8-8 with New England ''failed''.
2. Spurrier and Saban both won national titles in college before going to the NFL. Saban left the Dolphins because the GM decided he wanted Dante Caulpepper over Drew Brees. You're also comparing some of the best college coaches of ALL TIME to Rex Ryan, Mike Smith, and Steve Mariucci.
3. Bill Callahan, Mike Sherman, and Lane Kiffin all did about as well in college as they did in the NFL.