puck drops Saturday, so something good might happen on a Saturday.
Im really glad to realize that my first reaction to this was truly positive, and so is almost allof what I see here.
He's a great guy, and I feel he did the best he could for us. I look forward to seeing him succeed in his next gig. Im picking Clemson, since they always underachieve with ridiculous recruiting classes. Georgia Tech's option vs RR's spread n shred could make for incredible games.
Glad for him and he deserves this respite. Subsequent Tweets are saying that Barwis is the sideline guy. We get to hear analysis of proprioreception thresholds and sub-optimal glute firing dynamics ! That would be frickn awesome in this man's book !
Good Luck RR but damn I would take a year off and find me a island somewhere....
Edit: I mean that in a good way in as chilax w/ some local beer on a white sand beach.
Glad he's working for CBS sports and working ACC and Big East games. His style of commentary wouldn't work in the Big Ten anyway
I thought CBS just did the SEC.
At least in the past, the ACC used to be part of the regional coverage on ABC.
When he's on, I won't be watching. That bastard has no credibility with me.
Way to be a douchebag. If this is what Michigan Men are made of, I'd rather not have one coaching my team.
He doesn't even deserve a job. In coaching or anything in the football sport area. God I hate him....
Good for him. I hope he enjoys the time off from coaching and gets a good job offer next season.
a young reporter interviewing RR in a (the?) film room while RR was breaking down what they were watching. Was very impressed. He was smart, insightful and so enthusiastic. Showed his love for the game in all its mini as well as mega moments. I think it's a great hire, and great for RR, whether or not he stays there for long. And, FWIT, Yankee (not in the baseball sense) that I am, I love his voice.
Amen to that
Am I the only one who actually watched an interview with this guy? He always seemed super nervous in front of the camera. I wish him the best of luck though.
were only after he learned not to trust the media. Yes, he also looked uncomfortable when CBS used him in the interview with Hoke on signing day, not surprisingly. I think he's going to do just fine with this opportunity.
Great job and all the best to RichRod.
As for 2012, RichRod's look right at you, Dabo Swinney.
and after that we'll watch CBS hit new lows in viewership rating, the program's rising star anchor to quit and move to a new network, and CBS to be investigated by the FCC for having too many producers present on set during dress rehearsals.
deny that NBC and ABC are CBS's main rivals, and say that all the cable channels are just as important.
Rodriguez will be a good coach for Wake Forest or someone like that next season if I had to guess right now. Things could always change.
if that's the choice (Wake) he is left with. I think someplace a little more football - rich (oohhh - sorry about that) is in his future. I can see him at Texas Tech ... a more offensive minded conference.
Go Blue !
I definitely agree that he still deserves to be at a better place; I just couldn't find a major school who will be in need of a head coach. Maybe Clemson or Georgia if they struggle this season? Perhaps a Pac 12 school like UCLA or Washington State. We will have to wait and see.
I think he will go to Clemson in a season or two and win alot of games there. I hope he does well somewhere.
I actually think he is a good public speaker. I think he knows a lot about offense... It's the rest of the game that is so elusive to him!
Wasn't he hired a few months ago?
I do wish him the best, and I am actually quite curious to see him on the air . i do hope he gets another shot as a head coach at a school/conference that accentuates his coaching strenthes. Being fairly new to reading this blog I was also pleasantly surprised by the generally warm reception and well wishes the news received here. GO BLUE!!!