Hoke was top notch at this aspect of his job.
That's pretty much amazing.
blame it on the name, blame it on the Penne! blame it on the ed-ed-ed-ed-ed-editor.
I will never be able to eat Italian straight faced again.
Detroit news fail, henne and pasta win
Wasn't sure if this was suppose to be a pun, if the head coach couldn't decide the starter.
Yet more proof than sports news editors are out to lunch. Does anyone actually read these things before they print?
The new Miami QB is former Michigan standout Chad Hennington.
Let me start by saying I loved Henne and he was a stud QB, but I always thought he had spaghetti arms....I guess it could be like penne.
Is the detroit press trying to noodle Penne on?
Pasta puns? Really? Don't be so saucy.
Try to "catch up" on the pasta jokes!
That is hilarious. Nice find.
Is this a cousin of Fusilli Jerry?
Hopefully Chad Penne doesn't suffer the same fate...."It was a million to one shot Doc.....a million to one" (Frank Costanza after having Fusilli Jerry Lodged in his rectum).
This is too funny. In college my roommates and I made a dish called "Chad Penne," which was a sort of chili-cheese-penne meal.
I was just about to post the same thing and you beat me to it! Guy was a QB in Michigan for four years and is only 1.5 years removed from campus. And they can't get his name right. And it's not a typo. The H key is nowhere near the P key on the keyboard.
Spellcheck run wild I would guess...
Yeah, probably the most likely answer.
Someone was hungry when they wrote the header.
Vermicelli Emilien will see some time at safety this weekend?
if Boubacar Risotto continues to struggle.
You'd have to have some pretty darn fat fingers if you accidentally hit a 'p' instead of an 'h'.
Is my favorite pasta.
I'll never forget his throws to Mario Manicottiham to put the dagger in Penn State. Rumor has it JoePa went cold turkey of pasta and stuck strictly to brains for several weeks.
K.C. Ricotta was my favorite Michigan kicker of the last 10 years, personally.
Even better if the pronunciation is slurred. In Italian penne is pronounced Pen-nay and means the pasta; pronounce it "peney"and it means Penis.
Italian waiters love asking American tourists if they want pene pasta...
I'll take the spinach alfredo.
they spell it correctly when I click on the link