Changing the tide in the rivalry.
3 & out in Columbus
Book comes with jersey
They have bookstores in Columbus?
the comic version of the book in Columbus......
well in C-Bus they are called papers with pictures and words on it.
They're selling like hotcakes!
is working to come to Columbus through the local Alumni Group a week or so before The Game. Will share mor info if his visit gets confirmed.
That was his black ops name. Now you've blown his cover.
Given that it's not supposed to paint the Michigan Football program in a very good light, I'm surprised it's not required reading in the schools there.
I'm just surprised they have required reading there.
I bet those damn hell people bought them all up.
I saw a guy in a OSU shirt also said he was looking for the book. I fought back the urge to ask him why he wanted to read it, and what had he heard about the book.
I wish I had given in to my desires.
The super detailed analysis by the Michigan fanbase is only the start. The next waves will be analysis by media and our rivals, and then by people who may not have had any opinions on Michigan. I fear this book will paint the program in a bad light for those that don't already hate us. Especially because no other program is, or has, gone so far to air their dirty laundry. Oh well....
I fear this book will paint the program in a bad light for those that don't already hate us.
People who do not have strong feelings about Michigan are not going to read the book. It's 438 pages and has no pictures. If there were a book like this about, say, Oklahoma, I wouldn't care.
For Kids That Can't Read Too Good
You misspelled "cain't."
It's only on backorder because they forgot how to order it in the first place.
They probably can't give away Tressel's book.
You would think that were true. When not on my iPhone I will upload pic.
I saw a short in a store window that read;
Sad but true
Yeah, I bet his books still sell like hotcakes. Mouthbreathers buy them. Yes, Mouthbreathers can sort of read. Or, I think they can, I mean, I see them in the books section of Wal-Mart. Which, by the way (book section at Wal Mart) is a comical sight- the books they stock and the people browsing them. http://www.peopleofwalmart.com/category/location/oh?state=1
Down and Out...Jim Tressel, Gene Smith and ten years of living a lie. I hear it's stunning. Foreword by Maurice Clarett.
....when Maurice Clarett offers to write the foreword for the book.
I can see this now, right there on the very first page....
That the PRINTED version is selling? The audio book version, maybe, but...
OSU reminds me of the Derek Zoolander School for kids who cant read good and want to learn to do other things good too.