Per his Twitter account. Hey, at least its not Ohio State.
I thought that myself when I read that article that talked about a Data Scientist(tm)
I remember my first rough fit moment on the internet as well. I was 12.
Not worst case scenario, but damn close
It's not like we'll play against him/them ever again.
Why is it good that he didn't go to Ohio? I wish he went to Ohio so we could beat him every year. Or is everyone scared of Ohio these days?
Ok, so what are our chances?
Well according to your post, you believe we have 100% chance of beating OSU every year. I contend that's highly improbable.... it's possible, but improbable. Hence, don't be that guy.
Wonderfully ironic. You tell me not to be that guy, only to be that guy yourself. Maybe one day I will be that guy, although -18406 MGoPoints will be a challenge to attain...
and quite soon you could be tied with his point total.
This is awful to have to add, but SINCE 2003 I think we've only beaten ohio once! Twice COUNTING 2003 tho! ;-)
On a brighter note, we did win we did win like 18-19 times from 1976-2000. GOOD quarter century, that!
What makes me confident? Well I'm a Michigan fan and I am very optimistic of Coach Nuss vs Borges. Now I'm not ready to put money down on Michigan to win four years in a row, but as of right now I wouldn't be surprised (mind you, I feel like the Borges fire alone was worth at least 1-2 wins a year). But the main point is that I'm not "scared" when Ohio gets a top recruit, I would love it if Ohio and Michigan were the top 2 schools every year. And finally, if being "that guy" is someone who has faith in this Michigan football teams direction, then I'd rather be that than you.
The "that guy" tag isn't about optimisim, it's about calling out other fans for somehow being scared or cowardly because their outlooks are based on the last 10-15 years of UM-OSU match-ups. "That guy" calls out other fans for being the wrong kind of fans.
I'll be "that guy".
Regardless of who they recruit, or what their record's been against us over the last ten years, I still think we're gonna kick their ass
Urban Meyer's record kinda fell off after the initial years of success. I'm betting the same happens at Ohio. Meanwhile, Michigan and coming back, filling the underclasses with 4 and 5 stars.
I'm scared of Ohio.
I am also scared.
It is a rather scary place. Especially when you are driving a below average speed in Michigan yet flying past everyone in ohio. I was also the only car around with just a rear license plate. For me, that was terrifying.
Ohioans have a history of committing crimes and trying to escape in reverse. Having a license plate on the front has seriously reduced the number although there are some Ohioans who still do this as family tradition and habit not fully understanding the error of their ways.
I cannot stand how slow people drive in Ohio.
They're notorious for driving under the speed limit in the fast lane.
for going 3 MPH over. No tickets though, once they barely gave me a warning. I can't count how many trips I've made to Ohio where the only cars to pass me on the way home had Michigan plates.
Right... So you believe this could/would never happen? I've been pulled over for not using a right turn signal at a stop sign. I didn't get a ticket, and I'm 99% sure the cop was using it as an excuse to make stops because of crime in the area (which I'm actually fine with, as long as I don't get a BS ticket).
"There had to be another reason that guy got yanked."
That is my point, but I'm sure the cop used that as his/her excuse.
"actually a more serious infraction"
I'm silly, that is interesting... So how much more serious of an infraction is it? A little? Or a lot?
From what I can find on the googles
Failure to signal = $80 fine + 2 points
0-5 mph over = $125 fine + 0 points (seems odd that's it no points but google never lies amirite?)
Assuming the 0 points thing is correct I would gladly take a $45 fine over 2 points based solely on the insurance hit.
So I would say failure to signal is marginally more serious?
I think his point though was "likelihood to get pulled over". I've never heard of someone getting pulled over for going 3 over but I've heard of plenty of people getting pulled over for failure to signal.
Thank you SWPro for actually adding something to the conversation. But I will restate my point, I believe the cop used the minor traffic violation (barely speeding or not signaling to turn right at a stop sign) as an excuse to pull someone over, since in my opinion, I don't see either as anything close to being pulled over for.
You ever wonder why no one there drives even 5 MPH over on the freeways? It's not because the cops set a minimum of 7 MPH over to stop you. It's an eerie feeling to drive 100+ miles barely over the speed limit and not have a single vehicle pass. Then cross the border and it's suddenly back to normal.
I live in Toledo oh and I can tell you there are zip codes you want to set your cruise on the dot if you don't want to see those flashing lights. Not on the freeway though. I do 10 over consistently without any worries.
I absolutely believe this. One of my teammates was late for a legion baseball game, and when he finally showed up the coach was pissed. What got him off the hook? The ticket he had for going 37mph in a 35 zone in Buchtel, OH. He had to pass that puppy around the dugout, as none of us could believe it. The husband of one of my former coworkers in Charleston, WV was livid because he (he is a state highway patrolman in WV, by the way) got a ticket for 60 in a 55 while taking his kids to their softball tournament in OH. When he said to the officer, "Are you serious? 60 in a 55?" The officer replied something to the effect of, "See, you knew the speed limit all along." So her husband says, "Come on, I'm a SHP officer in WV." The cop handed him the ticket and said, "Then take your ass back to West Virginia." My parents live in SE Ohio. Exceeding the speed limit is a bad idea.
I've been driving 10 over the speed limit for my entire life in Ohio and I've never been pulled over once.
A talented player going to a team on the schedule is never a good thing.
The most foregone conclusion of all time
I get being interested in ND, but I can't imagine wanting to play for Kelly. Or letting my kid play for Kelly. I guess it takes all kinds. Good luck to Shaun.
I bet the kids who won 3 national championships under him at Grand Valley would understand why.
Winning a championship isn't everything, just ask Rashad McCants.
I would contact athletic support.
Notre Dame once hired a coach who won four national championships at his level.
His name was Gerry Faust.
That turned out well.
and winning national titles at the collegiate level. Then, of course, we mustn't forget his success at CMU and Cinncinnati. Kelly's track record before ND is excellent.
At ND it has been mediocre other than 2012.
It's a depth chart decision. UofM is his 1st choice and ND was his 2nd. I love the kids game but he was 3rd best DB in the class with an already loaded young roster. It's too bad but not a crusher.
ND was always his first choice, but ND didn't offer until late.
Seems to me that we pulled a young man who happened to recently win MVP in the MI/OH All-Star game away from PSU in this manner. Just like McDowell's recruitment should not have contained all the drama brought about by his parents, I don't necessarily like to lose top level talent to a rival - which won't be the case w/the Irish - for who knows how long, but when all is said and done, I want it to be the player's choice. We definitely have had and all will have a large number of h.s. AAs that grew up loving the maize and blue, that when kids chose where they really want to play we more than hold our own. Now if we could just get back to winning 10-11 games consistently we would get even more because of the "Cool" factor.
Or because you see him yelling on TV like every single football coach since the beginning of the game and you think you know him on a personal level?
Do you have any idea what Bo would have looked like with constant HD close-ups throughout the game?
Besta luck with Purple Face.
Do we know why exactly he decided to make the switch? Committed to early? Negative recruiting?
It was because ND scored 3 more points than us against 'Bama a couple years ago.
They lost 42-14. We lost 41-14. By the immutable laws of the transitive property, we were slightly better than the national runner-up.
Oh, shit, you're right. I thought they scored 17 for some reason.
It must be because of scenic South Bend, IN.
Did OSU cancel his planned visit or did he, for example.