There was a guy who coached special teams under Lloyd Carr maybe 7-8 years ago. He quit, or was fired, in midseason. What was his name?
Can't Remember A Name
steve something - was special teams coach that ran the first sort of spread punt formation against oregon and iowa, it got destroyed. he left for a "business opportunity"
Where is that from?
This reminds me of an episode of Seinfeld that a buddy of mine and I came up with.
The gist of the episode is that George Costanza keeps coming into a room full of people telling a joke or a story. George walks in just as everyone erupts into uproarious laughter or saying, "Oh wow! What a great story!" And George is all, "HEY! What did I miss? What's so funny?" But no one tells him and the party breaks up and he's left out.
Of course, there's the usual stuff going on around the plot, like Jerry dating a supermodel but dumping her because her favorite color is periwinkle; Elaine bedding about 24 guys in her desperate search for affirmation and her father; Kramer having an affair with smeone like Cher, and Newman stealing a ferret while on his mail route and two weeks later he's found dead in his apartment with his body half eaten by the ferret.
Greatest show on television EVER. Even though I've seen every episode over 5 times, I still laugh every time.
My buddy took George's advice to start doing the complete opposite of what his own thoughts/instincts tell him to do. He picked who he thought would win four games on New Year's Day, then bet the opposite. He won a four team parlay.
I'll take Costanza over Jimmy the Greek any day.
Speaking of special teams, I propose we raid OSU's guy. Offer to double his salary to come here. They always seem to be fantastic in all aspects of STs.
i say we hire this guy