I won't link to the freep:
I won't link to the freep:
Good. They've played much better without him there. Bring him back as soon as possible please.
Blood clots after MI intervention are fairly common. That being said, I'm not sure that high stress situations are in his best interest for now. I wish him the best and the wisdom to remember that football, for all the countdown clocks, MSU Hate Threads, and board invasions, is just a game.
The skipper in major league after his heart attack at the hospital.
Haha. "I love this shit, I'm movin to England."
Couldn't find the video, so I'll go with this one instead:
Who told you that? A reputable source? If so, don't tell my wife because I've been telling her for years that football is everything, much more than just a game! Sh-t.
Agreed; I hope he is surrounded by people with his best interest in mind. We are all wishing him a speedy return to the sideline.
I hope he enjoys a long and healthy life, full of losses to Michigan.
Good for him. Happy to hear he's doing well.
But I hope that he feels a bit worse Saturday evening after tasting some defeat.
Best wishes to him and his family, a speedy and healthy recovery is far more important than any number of football games.
I hope he is there. It will be so much more satisfying.
I'm glad he's going to be there, his record against ranked teams is not good.
he is? I haven't heard anything.
"being with the team for an emotional lift" can mean he will be at practice or something else, but the game is another story.
I haven't heard anything either. But I'd be shocked if he wasn't on the sidelines this Saturday. He'll be there no matter how how he feels.
Just read on Yahoo that he will be approaching the game the same way he would have last week. that means he will most likely be the booth.
Front page of yahoo NCAA football
I'm sure he'll be on the sidelines or at least the press box. I'm much more curious to know whether he'll actually be working the usual 100-hour week in game prep.
Hope he's spry enough to really appreciate it when we beat him.
This is MSU's biggest game of the year, therfore the most stressful. I can't imagine a doctor saying he will be fine to be on the field. Even being in the booth will be a bad idea.
Get healthy for your family's sake
He'll be on those crappy blood thinners for several months (actually, Coumadin is the only medication available).
I'd be very surprised if he will be allowed to stand on the sidelines during the game. At best, he'll likely be sitting or reclining in the booth.
Yeah I would think he'd sit up in the booth for the game. Although realistically, he's going to be stressing about the game whether he's watching it on TV or in person. And he'd probably be even worse if they tried to not let him watch it.
I wonder if the MD's will even clear him for practice. Getting hit by anything while on Coumadin can be serious, even fatal. What if an errant ball hits him in the head? Or he falls from low blood pressure? I hope he has enough sense to take care of his own life before football. I love U of M but would have hate to see him in the hospital again after a loss.
Good to hear. It certainly wouldn't be as good of a game if he wasn't there. I hope he isn't straining himself if he does go, his health is much more important. There will be plenty more Michigan-Michigan State games after this one.
There will be plenty more Michigan-Michigan State
games after this one.
At least two more. After December 21, 2012, who knows?!
Good, this is great news. I will enjoy seeing his face when his team can't stop Denard.
blame his not being there for MSU losing.
well, he hasn't lost to us yet.
Glad to hear it. Hope he can be there. I also hope he listens to his doctors and plays it safe.
He stops being such a jerk. Do it, Mark... do it for your own health.
You mean he's not going to watch the game on TV with expert analysis and instant replays and then be able to text and call his coach's on the sideline???
No one can text and phone people on the sidelines of the Big House...calls go through some tiny % of the time.
Yeah, that's the ticket...get Dantonio to coach over the AT&T wires.
I can't think of many places that are SAFER for dantonio to be saturday than about 3 miles from Bo's heart hospital
MSU just released an image of the doctor performing vital procedure on Dantonio's heart:
...but I do have to respect the fact that he is definitely a warrior.
I want him to be there and healthy enough to withstand a beating from Michigan.
I think the word has spread on how nice and comfortable the new press boxes are. I have no doubt Dantonio can coach on the field, but the lure of the press boxes, close and more bathrooms, and fountain pop are too much for him.
Dantonio has made it clear the beating Michigan is the most important goal every season. He will be at this game no matter what. I also wouldn't be surprised if Dantonio gave a "sweep the leg" order to the entire MSU defense so that he will be able to rid of Denard once and for all.
It isn't that Dantonio makes beating Michigan the most important goal every season, the most important thing to him is Michigan losing...to whomever...no matter what the result for his team (i.e. missing the Rose Bowl just to root against Michigan).
That being said, as much as I dislike Dantonio and find him to be a pretty poor example of sportsmanship (starting shit-talking feuds with student-athletes), I worry about him being at the game. Think of how stressful watching the game is for all of us...mere fans. Extend that stress to an angry, hate-at-all-costs coach...who just had a heart attack. I hope he's ok, but don't know that I'd want him there if he were a member of my family.
It's just good that he's getting better. Whether he is there on Saturday or not is pretty trivial compared to his overall health.
Seeing dilithium first hand won't be good for his continued health....