I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
The Michigan Daily
In today's Michigan Daily, Brandon Graham weighs in on RichRod's future.
“After the season, we said that, ‘you can’t be up for so long, eventually you have to pay taxes,’ ” Graham said on Saturday. “That’s how we look at it until we get it back up. That’s what we’re going to do. I hope them boys get right next year. Because coach (Rich Rodriguez has) only got one more year — if they don’t do (anything). Because of the allegations, and then, if you have a bad year, then you’ve got to get someone new.”
Commence debate on implications... now.
This year's dueling columns are out between the Daily and the State News. The Daily has them both:
While these can tilt either way on a given year, I think that the Michigan one is pretty good. It seems even better when compared to the State one, which may be one of the worst that I've ever read. But don't ask me, see what some State fans are saying:
This was the worst Michigan week article I’ve seen… ever. Not funny at all. Is this the one that gets sent to AA? I hope not because this article can’t hold a flame to past ones
Pretty good article about Philip Brabbs. I will never forget that field goal in 2002. I wish him the best.
I'm not done with the first two so I don't know how this stacks up, but I would say read it, if only for the pure Gerg quotes like "still trying to reprogram the program."
Touching article about Roundtree and Shaw's upbringing through Pee-Wee football and how it helped prepare them for their future football careers as Wolverines. It's always nice to hear about where our team comes from. GO BLUE!
So, if anyone was wondering how much AnnArbor.com sucks, here's a true testament. Here's their top article: http://www.annarbor.com/news/gay-porn-director-to-invade-university-of-m...
So there's a gay porn director secretly filming on Michigan's campus, as The Michigan Daily "reported today." That's pretty funny news, definitely worth swiping and posting as your lead story... Except it's an article from 2005. Ruh-roh. Maybe you shouldn't have fired 95 percent of your staff and replaced them with illiterate imbeciles who are willing to work for peanuts. And then, created the situation that allowed them to pass off other people's four-year-old work as original content.
The Daily put a disclaimer at the top of the article on their website. It reads: "For our annarbor.com visitors, this story is from 2005. It was inexplicably linked. We apologize for the inconvenience."
EDIT: The AnnArbor.com "article" has been taken down from the front page, though the link remains live.