Brief Q&A with Molk.
in town for free camps
You messed up your ctrl-c, ctrl-v there, bud. But on the bright side, at least it's nothing embarrassing.
Odd, it was on the clipboard, but the other link was in front of it.
He didn't curse once :(
He probably did, but they had to clean it up for the newspaper.
Read this earlier today and loved it. I can't get enough of how Molk deals with the media like he's talking to his friends. I'll never forget his fearless nature in classes at UM. Kid would speak up on any matter to which he had an opinion.
Most of the time, his anecdotes were both hilarious and completely off topic. Nonetheless, the kid always made my discussions much more interesting.
Wow. The internets are amazing, yet strange things. I sure hope I never find myself on the wrong side of one of these "meme" thingies. That and Craig James. That dude's crazy. You know, I dont want to just throw rumors around, but I read on the internet once that he killed 5 hookers while he was at SMU. Weird. I mean it was actually written ON the internet, so it just might be true, guys...
Oh man. This is an epic misplaced post. I blame my android app.
off-kilter with the bad link.
I wondered what the hell you were trying to do there...
Wrong thread. Nice try though. It happens to us all.
Well done, you were suckered in too. This made my night. Thank you.
I think that now would be a good time to remember ALL of the strangled hookers who gave their lives through the years whether it was by the hands of Craig James or not...
I'm looking forward to the kork coupons interview where he complains about the chargers getting all the attention and the redskins getting no respect.
Q: What did former San Diego State head coach Brady Hoke do in his first season to turn around the Michigan program?
A: He brought on along a lot of people and he instilled I guess a tradition that had previously left. He brought in the personnel to aim us in the right direction and made us a quality team and gave us the direction that we needed. It ended up being very few little things that turned us from 7-6 to 11-2.
"Molk has shown that physical limitations are no obstacle when one has the determination and strong will to achieve success."
To me, this has always been one of the most admirable traits of David Molk, and I think it contributes to that "fearless" aspect of his personality that allows him to speak his mind freely. He always seems to have a clear goal in mind and a plan to get there, something which will certainly help him potentially succeed and maximize his time in the NFL.
Molk is going to have a successful NFL career. I just wish the Lions could've snatched him up for when Raiola retires.
So we could have riola 2.0 to go with backus 2.5
Read this interview or Molk will get you up at 5 AM to run steps.
What you see is what you get. The ultimate team player. No doubt he'll be banging heads as a starter before long. It's easy to be a fan of his.
Here's to you Mr. Molk!