that's unfortunate, but at least the interest is there on both sides
quickie tasted like warmed over vomit
Said no #1 recruit ever
Wouldn't go that far, but it always tasted like they didn't use salt on the meat and it lacked flavor.
Not one question about OSU's chances...too bad becauseI like his response to that question in the past.
He ate at Quickie Burger and the Gandy Dancer, that's quite the study in contrasts.
Seems like a laid back dude. He and Saban should hit it off just ducky.
This is how I talk to myself on the inside when my wife asks me the 100th question of the day...
Edit: Supposed to be one post lower... damn these Victory Golden Monkeys
What is Muschamp saying in this gif?
If I saw him talking to my kid like that....smh
Football coaches yell, get over it
Yelling is one thing, but you have to consider what the point of it is. Muschamp can yell all he wants, but does it accomplish anything? I can't remember the last time (or ever) I saw Hoke or Mattison yell at players, even after major screw-ups. I actually kind of like Muschamp, I'm not trying to say he's a bad guy or a bad coach, but sideline flip-outs probably are, at best, not helping. At worst, they're a source for bad morale and eroded confidence.
I was watching the TCU vs. Texas Tech game, and the commentators talked about Kliff Kingsbury's response to a couple bad plays. One HUGE one was when the running back dropped the ball at the half-yard line as he strolled into the endzone. Kingsbury was very calm and even-keeled, and the broadcasters mentioned that he could be flipping out, but screaming in guys' faces doesn't really accomplish anything.
I generally agree with that principle. If guys screw up on the field, it's typically not because they're trying to screw up. They want to be better but don't really understand how. Now if it's an attitude problem, then that's a different story.
Bo wrote in his namesake book (co-authored by Mitch Albom) that he would never yell at a player who just screwed up a play. Why bother? was his thought. They already know they screwed up. They feel bad enough. You don't have to make them feel worse.
Solid coaching wisdom from the man himself.
I could be mistaken, but I believe that is #88 Clay Burton.... If you watch the gif, the guy behind them who turns and around and looks at them is #8 Trey Burton....his brother. I believe he is shaking his head.
You cost me my perfect season... Cry me a river, you fat fucking baby !
I told you to chop block that guy and you winped out!"
Obviously, he was saying...
I just burst out laughing in my cube!
"Are you fucking kidding me. God damn you! Bring the metal flog NOW!"
Every football recruit would have been a single lady!
How can you be on the corridor of Pizza Bob's, BTB, Mr Spots, and Quickie Burger and opt for the latter?
Yeah what's with the Quickie hate? I liked it better than Blimpy. YEAH I SAID IT.
Blind taste test between Quickie Burger, Blimpy Burger, and Five Guys would result in the latter blowing the other two out of the water. Just because "it's the only one! it's not a chain!" does not somehow make their product magical and great tasting.
If you ordered a basic burger with ketchup and mustard at Blimpies, you deserve to be disappointed (although I would take it right now)
Let's talk about grilled onions/ peppers/mushrooms on a triple with provolone (or whatever cheese you prefer) all heaped onto a grilled inion roll. Dress it to suit (tomato)
Damn, I miss Blimpies...
Completely agree. In fact, for people I've brought to AA, generally people preferred quickie over blimpie.
Shit he could have gone to Rod's and had one of their amazing colliders too.
The owner is awesome and the product is fantastic. Atmosphere is also great in there since the place is covered in pictures of students hanging out and having fun. I lived on Arbor and Greenwood my junior and senior years and needless to say I was there quite a bit.
But that ESPN talking head, he is just the whitest dude ever. I think I remember him from the Peppers interview or something.
Reminds me of...
Sounds like he really enjoyed himself. I like our chances. However, as a former Spot's employee, I wish he had gone two doors down and got himself a steak hoagie, onion rings, and a thick ol' chocolate shake.
/s aside, their shakes are all delicious. Also, a toast to you, who joined the same day as me but has roughly 100 times the points I do. I evidently need to step my game up on this site. I visit it every day as is.
Does Mr Spots have shakes now or were you referring to Pizza Bobs?
And speaking of that block of restaurants, you were a former spots employee? Round about what years? I was a Pizza Bobber, wondering if we partook together in that back ally ever....
I was an employee from roughly 2009 - 2011. Not sure if that fits your bill but yes they have shakes. I would actually go to Washtenaw Dairy to get ice cream when we ran out sometimes. Their shakes are the real deal.
So we never crossed paths. I am surprised about shakes though, and with real ice cream too? Real deal indeed. None of that frozen iced milk we would use. Wonder if that caused a riff with Rod's place.
Remembering a 1 am burger from a place with a big chested girl holding a beer while riding a hamburger and forgetting the name of one of the nicest and best restaurants in Ann Arbor in the Gandy Dancer...sounds about right.
And what he should have done was get a shake from Bobs, hoagie from Spots, and fries w/sauce from Quickie
Droids do suck!
You know something?
To all you people hating on Quickie, clearly you've never had a good night, been looking for food at 3am and been between Quickie and BTB. Given those choices, Quickie is the place to be (partially because they serve alcholol, which of course Hand didn't have because he's underage /s). Quicke dirty fries are delicious, and anyone who disagrees is just wrong.
What the hell was Quickie before it was Quickie? It changed around my freshman year. I can't for the life of me remember. I think it was a sandwich place?
Sandwiches were meh.
I'm almost positive it was Tubby's.
Tubby's grilled submarine shop.
And I could've sworn he said blimpy burger. I thought it was closed.
With all due respect to the board's sandwich/subs(!) obsession, which I absolutely share, the thing that stuck out to me about this interview is how genuinely excited Hand seems to be about Michigan and his UTL2 trip. Everything I read about the kid says how level and even-keel he is in interviews and how he plays things close to the vest, never tipping any sort of preference (other than in the epic Ohio GIF). Listening to this interview, I heard a kid who is flat out ecstatic about the trip he had and everything the school has to offer.