Anarchy. I love it.
I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
Anarchy. I love it.
Yes! I say this for every thread lately..."What kind of rat bastard psychotic would play this very song (this very thread) at this very moment."
Let's get down to brass tax, how much do you want for the ape?
And this is what I need for the coach search (Fear and Loathing on the Coach Search Campaign or something like that)...
We had two bags of grass, seventy-five pellets of mescaline, five sheets of high powered blotter acid, a salt shaker half full of cocaine, and a whole galaxy of multi-colored uppers, downers, screamers, laughers...also a quart of tequila, a quart of rum, a case of beer, a pint of raw ether, and two dozen amyls.
As your attorney, I advise you to take a hit out of the little brown bottle in my shaving kit. You won't need much, just a tiny taste.
just so I don't forget about it. Tell me about this brass tax. Should I be buying or selling?
Sell. I am expecting an extension of Brass Tax.
Holy crap, that was the slowest interception return I've seen in a long time. He gets 4 FAKES out of 5 with a list 5.2 40 time.
I have no problem with the head coaching selection...as long as he is willing to bring in the great Ron English, who doesn't seem to be having too much fun at Eastern.
Whoever becomes the new coach is gonna get support from me. Can't have a divided fanbase again.
that was one of the problems
Patterson: great coach with a horrible voice. Always sounds like someone is squeezing his vocal chords.
On Bo's staff, check.
Head coaching experience, in the Big Ten and NFL, check.
Midwestern ties, check
Was a graduate assistant with Mike Trgovac, for what it's worth.
Works for a Harbaugh, check.
I understand, it's hard to see a successful NFL offensive coordinator being eager to leave that position. I understand that he was 18-37 at Indiana. I understand that he was 1-15 as the Dolphins head coach. But if we're just going for off the wall ideas, is this wholy unfeasible?
With a lot of people. Turned people off. Isn't exactly young anymore either.
18-37 at Indiana. 1-15 with the Dolphins.
I'd say that's a pretty shitty track record.
precisely. not him please.
That's what I thought. I was honestly just trying to get a sense of the oblique deflection off the John Harbaugh rumors and that's where my brain went.
We'll Hire Mike Hart as our head coach, then put Charles Woodson as the defensive coordinator and Desmond Howard as the offensive coordinator. Tom Brady could be the QB coach, Wheatley the backs coach, Long the line coach, and then we could have Branch be the D-Line Coach, and Woodley to be the Linebackers coach. All Michigan Men!
Your post...combined with your avatar...
Wake me up when we can pos bang again.
sure, bring him along if the new guy and his coordinator don't mind
and I'm a diehard Um fan and reader of this blog everyday for three years (just now signing up). I obviously listen to the SD sports radio to hear the opinions of people regarding Hoke. I'm not enamored with the guy for all the reasons people have stated but I will say this. I have never heard anyone out here, a past player, or someone who knows him say anything but great things.
Everyone out here loves the guy and they can not stand the thought of losing him. They were up in arms today because it was reported he did not buy a house here and only rents demonstrating he never intended to stay long. I don't like the idea of the dark age Michigan coach yet if he can get an o coordinator that is progressive and d coordinator with a pedigree of succes, then I think he would have a fighting chance. The players as SDSU love him, everyone says he is a great recruiter, and the praise he gets from past coaching mates is impressive.
Beyond all that, the thing that would prevent me from pulling my hair out were he hired is this: his dream is to be the coach at UM, he has told everyone forever, and anyone who has that much passion for the university and team should get some slack when it comes to lack of experience or age (my humble opinion)
Not trying to be a downer, but a lot of Michigan fans really liked RR as did the players. Doesn't mean that it worked out as the head coach.
Point I'm trying to make is that being a likeable guy doesn't really have a correlation with being an effective football coach.
The fans will hate him, and then he'll win.
I still view him as a fall back, but this is intriguing.
Was the Lions with Marinelli. That worked out soooo well.
I haven't read anyone's thoughts here about Chuck Heater, though I have seen his name brought up elsewhere. I actually think he could be a really good option, given his defensive and recruiting background. He played at Michigan with DB and has a background as an assistant in the midwest (OSU, Wisconsin, and ND). Since he wasn't retained at Florida now that Meyer is gone, I think he could be a great snag.
This is exactly how I feel. I wanna punch something
I'm going on the offensive: Mike Martz!
whose landlord is a brother-in-law to a guy that mows Dave Brandon's lawn. And he saw Ferris Bueller pass out at 31 Flavors last night.
Just wake me up in 20 years when this guy is our head coach...
What's the cat in the back doing? Are those spinning plates? Tambourines? I don't know, this whole thing is freaking me out...
Funniest thing i have ever seen in my life.
kill it with fire.
is rather entertaining. Probably more fun than arguing.
I'm watching and rooting for Miami (NTM). It's a pretty good game so far...
200, Make another one?
DB's comments about big money make me think there's a dark horse out there with a lot of collegiate success. Just looking down the list and one name that I haven't heard mentioned as an outside chance is Stoops.
I agree. The only thing worse than hiring an unproven coach is paying big money for one.
to agree I dont think DB is going to settle for Brady Hoke. He has way to much at stake.
Not gonna happen but I think Sean Payton would be a great college coach and would like to see him here