I assume William Gholston will be at the game next week. If Michigan wins, that'll put MSU at 1-4 and will further show that RichRod has UM headed in the right direction. Any chance that could sway Gholston to the good guys or is he locked into MSU?
Gholston and the MSU game
Gholston is NOT coming to UM, just forget about it.
He's not coming to Michigan
Gholston is not coming to Michigan
But not for the reasons you think.
Gholston will be thinking, at least we only have to play them 4x while I'm here.
A win against MSU will also cement Forcier's Heisman and signal the downfall of Tressel's coaching tree and the beginning of a new era of Michigan dominance over both MSU and OSU.
I'm sorry... We're you being sarcastic? It sounds like you were, but that would be silly considering your team is 1-3 and the school just gave your sorry coach a 7 year extension.
Forcier's theatrics over his "injury" followed by a TD pass might have put him into the Heisman lead. Give that kid an acting award already. The Iowa punter might have stolen that award this week, though.
Regardless of the punter's acting, the PSU guy ran into him. He got called for running into the kicker, which is a 5-yard penalty, not a 15-yarder. It just happened to be that those 5 yards gave Iowa a first down.
Seriously, this line of thought needs to be abandoned.
Is it possible Gholston bails if MSU's season caves in? Sure. But it's not going to be for Michigan. He hates Michigan. Period.
anything as I will jinx us faster than Sean McDonough mentioning turnover at the beginning of a drive.
He is not coming to UM though.
It could cause him to cut Sparty loose go to another conference altogether. I could live with that.
I think it's best for us to hope that he gets his nose dirty off the Michael Irvin Memorial Coke Mirror in Miami and decides to skip the Big Ten altogether.
my dog took a leak on Tressell's coaching tree this morning.
We have a better chance of swaying Kyle Prater from USC (which aint happening) then getting Gholston from MSU, leave it alone