haters gonna hate
but no taters gonna tate :(
haters gone* hate
That's brutal!!! /s
MGoBlog should be your source of all information.
is far closer to the truth than those who get well (over) paid to repost on college football. Or to paraphrase my Umich Acct prof:
MGoBlog Rulz -- ESPN Droolz!
You are quoting opinion there, not information my friend! Please recognize the difference as it will help all of us here on MGOBLOG going forward.
With Brian it can be hard to distinguish his opinion from what he's apparently heard from insiders. The "zero point zero" comment was generally believed to be the latter.
they weren't getting enough hits, so they had to make it negative sounding so all the haterz would click on it to cluck
Cluckers gonna cluck
Firetruckers gonna Firetruck?
Solution...don't go to ESPN. Ever.
They probably get their info from Mgoblog anyway
DR did consider leaving. That was factual. So they juiced the headline, big deal. I think a lot of us are too sensitive to the negative spin we have been getting
If that were the case, don't you think they would be more accurate?
ESPN is like a sorority...It's all about the clicks.
Hoping for an Erin Andrews vs. Hannah Storm pillow fight.
I mean in the professional sense of course
ill take her backside, complete with trampstamp
Hannah might take one blow and it would cave her face in. What is she like 70 lbs?
Erin Andrews v Hannah Storm with lots of double clicks?
Entertainment comes first; sports second.
That Harbaugh was a virtual lock for Michigan. And then 2 days later says "Harbaugh interest in Michigan was overrated."
CBS has the same headline. Sigh. Only FoxSports has maintained a positive spin.
ESPN = TMZ
ESPN is to sports as MTV is to music.
I say if they are gonna keep showing the context as the players supporting Hoke and saying that they like them then let them title it whatever they want. Just keeps us in the headlines and creating a buzz about the new staff! This isnt a bad thing!
Robinson staying was widely known before today. The story was updated today and the headline was also updated to reflect the new news. This is a common practice and a completely objective one as well.
There are a number of legitimate compaints about how MSM reports on Michigan and sports in general. This is not one of those.
I think the important thing is that Denard thinking about transfering is still worthy of ESPN front page and it's own headline on Sportscenter.
we were a regional program and only the Livingston Daily Press & Argus and Chelsea Standard reported on Michigan Football headlines.
Saw that, and had a similar reaction. I don't think it's motivated by any anti-Michigan bias or sentiment, though -- I would expect ESPN to have the same misleading headline no matter what the team in question is, because their number one goal with headlines is drawing pageviews. We just notice this typical bullshit more when our team is the subject of said headlines.
If you go to the SI story (from the front page link "Robinson admits he considered leaving Michigan," the headline now reads:
"Denard Robinson say he's staying at Michigan"
Is that what he say? What did your English teacher say?
that the whole "let's not post chicks for the sake of posting chicks" thing really went well.
Wow.. you're kind of... wait for it...
I like how they make the title about him leaving Michigan, but in the actual article they present no actual information or quotes from him saying he was going to leave. In fact, he decided to stay the day after Hoke was hired.
Honestly, the fact that ESPN isn't talking about how this move will affect the SEC next year is a victory for me.