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Vote for Rich Rod, Coach of the year
to be saying that RR should be coach of the year. Hell I think it's too early to vote anyone coach of the year.
Let's revisit this after oh I don't know.... the season.
After the first loss this season people will be posting links to RichRodSucks.com. After the second loss they'll be posting links to FireRichRod.com. If we lose to OSU we'll see a link to HireTressel.com.
Tate for Heisman, and "do we have a shot at the national title?" All have been threads this week, after game 2.
I'll vote right now if RR has the power to heal injuries and make Ezeh a great LB, otherwise a 7-5 or 8-4 coach won't win anyway. Next year or the one after is the one for RR.
I'd be down for that! But after the media love fest I thought that RR was the second coming!
Based on what we did last year, Coach is deserving of a vote and considering all other coaches are getting votes, why not? I have faith!
Does someone have a link so we can vote him to the college football hall of fame?
He doesn't want to go there now. For some reason it was inexplicably moved from Ohio(I was there about 30 years ago) to Southbend.
Pass me a cold tall glass of that Michigan Kool-Aid!
After his monumental, colossal, stupendous victory against all of the odds (and Notre Dame), he should not only be immediately elected to the Hall of Fame, but the Hall should be renamed The Rich Rodriguez Hall of Fame.
Placing the image of Rich Rodriguez on all currency (an all gold bullion in Ft. Knox) is NOT GOOD ENOUGH after his triumph over of all of our enemies, foreign and domestic. To properly honor him we must re-cast all precious metals to form complete figures of our beloved leader.
Renaming Michigan Stadium "Rodriguez Stadium" is NOT GOOD ENOUGH to honor this semi-divine coach after his most magnificent of victories. We must build a pyramid much like the Aztecs did (but much larger, as our God is much greater than their god), and perform daily sacrifices in his honor.