Requested Stories From Hello: Runyan Jr Thread *Length Warning*
Did not read. Loved this post.
should focus on foreplay and performance
Interesting about Les Miles. I feel a bit uncomfortable reading about the shenanigans of drunk college students though.
of the fingers...
I am an AD and two years ago was fortunate enough to have Jon Jansen come in to be our guest speaker at annual athletic banquet and last year had Jim Brandstatter. Both were tremendous. Jansen let me put on his national championship ring, which we wears in place of his wedding ring, and Brandy had some GREAT stories, especially regarding the Hoke hire. Could have listened to him for hours! The best part was how genuinely interested he was in each and every program as their coaches presented.
But the he just seems like a close talker, personable guy, hand on your shoulder when talking to you. I have a friend that's like this, and it's honestly just the way he communicates with people. Obviously I can see how it would be creepy if it were happening to you, especially if you didn't really know him that well, but I'm not really sure there's any intention to it, I think that's just how he is. His outward personality seems very personable and outgoing, also whacky. I believe there's a good chance he is a bit of a creep (rumors included here), but I don't think that part in reality is a real part of that creepiness, though it may feel real (if that made any sense).
As for Griese. He has a pretty good track record of being a pretty big drunk in his time at Michigan. Stories of picking fights with bouncers, throwing a chair I believe through a window at/near Ricks. If I understand it correctly, he cleaned up by his Senior year, but before then I think there were lots of Griese getting too drunk stories.
The whole Miles taking the GF out to eat when the player wasn't available is creepy by itself though. Also, I'm guessing coaches have expense accounts while on recruiting trips, and I wonder what Miles was listing as a dining expense when he was splurging at Subway.
And he probably should stay away from the alcohol because when he was a Bronco he hurt himself falling down in a teammate's driveway.
He threw a chair through the front window of Scorekeepers. Almost got him thrown off the team.
I went up to talk to a girl I knew from class while we were at Rick's one late night, not realizing who she was talking to, and she introduced me to Tom Brady. (I knew of him enough, at the time, to recognize him as "the third string QB"). He stood up from his seat, extended his hand, and said, "Nice to meet you, I'm Tom Brady." We shook hands and he sat back down.
I remember thinking at the time that it was the most official, polite, and formal introduction I had with some dude during all of college. Not even the typical "What 'up," "Hey...," or the dismissive nod of the head.
This from the future Mr. America.
I guess our Mom's were right... manners are important in life.
Tom Brady is the man. I like that guy.
I think he may have a bright future.
Interesting read. I was kind of waiting for a big surprise, but it never came. I guess that's how you know when a story is true; i.e., when it's largely mundane ramblings.
The story starts at an old job about 5 years ago when we had a new woman join the company. She was roughly upper-30's but looked younger, kind of petite, caucasian and had dirty blonde hair.
I double checked to make sure I was still reading mgoblog and not a romance novel
He must be about to nail her in the office in second part of his story
50 shades of maize and blue?
I'd read it.
Is it just me or does every time you see "Hello:" (no matter the context), your blood pressure slightly increases?
I always feel like these are the kinds of stories that should be kept off the internet. Not that it's an awful thing to share, but it's second hand info to you and third hand info to us. Some conversations and stories are meant to be relatively private.
It seems like the more pertinent point is whether she gave you express permission to broadcast the content of your discussions. Not that there is anything particularly salacious about the stories, but it seems that if you cozied up to her to get the stories there's an implication that the stories are given in confidence.
I could be way off here, but it seems the issue is whether she felt there was an understanding that you'd keep the stories between the two of you. Or, at least, off the internet.
You might want to consider just removing the name of her boyfriend. That makes the story effectively anonymous, and really that player's name was not important to the story. Putting his name in there is akin to putting her name in there; if people know who he dated she could be tracked down. So to protect her anonymity, I would have left out the boyfriend's name.
Co-sign. Even if her stories were told to you in front of others and "not in confidence," she didn't know she was on the record and agree to have the stories posted on the Internet. I'm sure she wouldn't be pleased to read this posting. I'm also sure there are people reading this who know exactly who she is based on the relationship. Many fewer people could connect the dots without the boyfriend's name.
You refer to him as the BF enough through the posting -- you could have kept it that way throughout. I get that you included it to give the story more credibility, but if the two were together for about three years in A2, I bet people know her name.
Thank you for posting. Interesting stuff and definitely "sounds" like it could be true. Regardless, an entertaining read.
like Brian Griese made the most out of his SR year! Got some frustration out and had a ball his last year.
It should be noted, and I knew him through acquiantances from high school, that I was aware, as well many others, that Brian was having a hard time dealing with the loss of his mother who died a few years before he started high school. Going to college, away from your stern father figure, and still hurt by the loss of your mother, I can understand where a young man could act out in inappropriate ways.
I don't think he's a dick, I just think he was going through a rough time.
Wasn't there a shot of Bob and his wife in press box after Michigan won the Rose Bowl? I suppose it could have been his step mom but that didn't seem to be the case.
Upon further review, you sir are correct.
Griese wasn't a nice dude in college, but he won me a NC so he gets as much slack as he wants.
We were being trolled by Urban Meyer. First, he sent a pretty blonde from Florida (where he was the coach) to AA. Second, he has her become a mole into the program to gather intel for his master plan. Next, she discovers the dark weakness that Les Miles is protecting; rebukes his advances and forces him to instead have an alleged dalliance with Moeller's wife. The rest of the Rube-Goldberg plan comes together over the next few years (with the exception of '97) as Meyer cements his eventual sojourn to ohio.
Griese dated a girl a year older than me from my high school. I met him briefly when he came with her to my high school's homecoming (her you her sister was on homecoming court). He was a nice guy. Cool story.
For a while I thought I was reading a Penthouse Forum letter.
Never read a post that long before it was interesting
Punctuation is your friend. Without it, there are two completely different meanings to what you posted (the subject is implied):
Never read a post that long before; it was interesting.
Never read a post that long before it was interesting.
So, was the post the longest, most boring post you ever read until it finally got interesting at the end, or was the post so interesting that it was the longest post you ever read?
It's nice of you to warn her that it won't take very long.
The exact same thing Griese did to every girl I hit on in college...got the same reaction too.
the chair thru the window was at scorekepper's.
I was a bouncer there, but after that incident. was still talked about a lot.
In 1964, this skinny guy comes up to us as we're tuning our guitars, so he introduces himself and says he’s Jimi, but his real name is Johnny and he’s from Seattle, but he's living in Harlem and . . .
Nah. I probably shouldn’t tell this story.
The entertaining stories that I heard from people who were close to him are that he got messed with a lot in his early years. I can see that being the case considering the shy, awkward kid he's painted to be up above. Also that he had a big temper. Not in a drunk and disorderly way, but in a way where his teammates didn't want to slack while he was on the field.... shouldn't be too much of a surprise to people that have watched his games over the years.
I'll leave out the examples... much respect for the guy.
This reminds me of talking to a guy I worked with who went to Michigan State in the early 2000's who spent a lot of time hanging out with football players. I would pass on some of the stories he told but it was mostly things of Sparty being Sparty. He did mention how surprised he was at how many hard drugs some of them did during the season.