in town for free camps
The now infamous MGoJet (remember Baton Rouge and Charleston/Morgantown?) was spotted earlier today on the tarmac of the exclusive Scottsdale (AZ) Airpark.
Is it in town to ferry uber-wealthy potential buyers to the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction? Could it be here because the recruiting dead period just ended and another All-American OT prospect is on our radar? Or might it be here simply because its purported owner, mega booster Rich Rogel, is cashing in on some 78 degree weather in the middle of a brutal winter?
Whatever the reason, this thing is awfully cool and I suspect I'm not alone in taking pride when I see Michigan's colors painted (tastefully) on a boat/RV/plane and the like. I always enjoy seeing an M sticker or alumni plate frame on a well-kept automobile (especially out here in the west).
So, my friends, what is the coolest Wolverine paint scheme you've seen? Do you have pictures to share with the board? Do share.
Also, are you (like me) more than happy to engage in a little schadenfreude when you see a STAEE sticker on a real beater or a stupid personalized plate like the ohio one I saw yesterday (it said LVBUCIZ)?
P.S. That's the Texas Rangers Plane out beyond the winged helmet.
According to various media outlets Texas Longhorns OC Major Applewhite engaged in “inappropriate, consensual behavior with an adult student” while at the 2009 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
It is unclear why this is currently coming to light in the media reporting. Nonetheless, it is currently in the cycle.
"Several years ago, I made a regretful decision resulting in behavior that was totally inappropriate,” Applewhite said in a statement. “It was a one-time occurrence and was a personal matter.”
AD DeLoss Dodds:
“Major Applewhite engaged in inappropriate, consensual behavior with an adult student one time during the 2009 Fiesta Bowl activities. After learning of his behavior later that month, I took immediate action to review the situation. We promptly initiated an inquiry with assistance from the university’s Legal Affairs office and other units outside of Athletics.
Major admitted his inappropriate conduct and he was disciplined. In determining appropriate discipline, we analyze the facts and circumstances surrounding the behavior and its relation to job responsibilities. Major fully accepted his discipline, including counseling.
We have high standards for behavior and expect our staff andcoaches to adhere to them in all aspects of their lives. I believe that the appropriate discipline was taken in this case.”