this guy evidently hired to work for AD
For those of us who were at work, does anyone have a link for the video of the full press conference?
My googling (which may be challenged by the happy hour "New Day" beers that were consumed) has failed to turn up anything but a "this live broadcast has ended" link.
Can anyone help out those of us that couldn't catch the press conference live?
Great work Brian, Ace, and of course WD...
Definitely got sense from high-level Michigan source this week that email reactions were last straw for Brandon. We’ll find out later today.— Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) October 31, 2014
This confirms what Brian was saying in his front page... hard to believe that the emails pushed things over the edge, but here we are. Amazing!
I think it's high time we help our fearless leader upgrade his servers for the inevitable coaching search and flight tracking to come...
It's what everyone is talking about...so I'd rather talk about it with people I actually like than the cashier at the grocery store who should really just be bagging a little faster due to the line behind me.
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The national attention that Hoke and his crew have brought to our once proud team is simply ugly:
The last six paragraphs are conclusive of the overall opinion of this coach:
"Just like Michigan under Hoke.
Late in the game, as Michigan faced a third-and-goal from the MSU 1 to end an 11-quarter touchdown drought against the Spartans, tailback De’Veon Smith scored on a dive that was later called a dead play by officials.
Hoke and offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier ran 15 yards on the field; Hoke pushing up his right hand to signal restart the play clock, and Nussmeier with both arms in the air signaling touchdown.
Discombobulated to the bitter end.
“I don’t think that's fair to say (that Michigan quit),” Hoke said. “These guys played their asses off.”
Then got the rivalry shoved right up it"
Ouch.......that would really hurt.