ohio state blogs will post literally anything
|1 week 1 day ago||Oh.||
At first, I thought you meant "someone in the United Kingdom," but your anecdote didn't make any sense.
I think I get it now. Now it reminds me of an old joke about "Kentucky Jelly."
|3 weeks 13 hours ago||Someone||
must have told you not to run with a scissors, or history would read differently.
|3 weeks 13 hours ago||Douglass Blackmon,||
among others, has written a book about the re-enslavement of black americans in the Deep South after the collapse of tepid federal reconstruction efforts at nation-building efforts. The continued practice of involuntary servitude was finally addressed by FDR's Attorney General Francis Biddle's Circular no. 3591, which directed the feds to prosecute peonage offenses under laws that had gone unused since the Reconstruction Era. Based on the announcement date of December 12, 1941, it is hard to see this as a purely humanitarian concern apart from it's function as war propaganda.
I think a similar situation arises in the MLK era as US efforts to push the US neocolonial regime of indebtedness and service economy on Africa through AID and local ambassadors was beset by (literally) inflammatory images from the US Deep South. At this point, with a global empire including Africa on the line, it is no surprise that MLK and other organizers started to find help from the feds in Oxford, MS and Tuscaloosa and Selma, AL.
Any propaganda value MLK offered to the high-level interests of the USG would have come to an end with MLK's "Beyond Vietnam" speech at Riverside Church in Manhattan on April 4, 1967. He charactered the thoughts of his critics -- "Peace and civil rights don't mix." This was the reaction in editorials in the NYT (pdf) on 4-7-67 and the WaPo on 4-6-67, as well as those of the NAACP and Ralph Bunche. The WaPo title, "A Tragedy," contains almost an element of threat. MLK was dead a year later.
|3 weeks 14 hours ago||The old parties||
before 1964 were governing coalitions composed of disparate components; this is a consequence of the winner-take-all non-proportional system of apportioning representation under the US system.
As a sign of this inconsistency in each party, the roll call for the 1964 Voting Rights Act, HR 7151 was: R: Aye 136, No 35; D: Aye: 152, No 91; and the roll call for the 1965 Voting Rights Act, HR 6400 was: R: Aye 111, No 23 and D: Aye 221, No 62.
This inconsistency was part of what made the party platform in presidential election years so significant and contentious.
When Goldwater sought to expand the Republican voter base in the Deep South by cashing in on white supremist backlash to the the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in the 1964 presidential election (this was an early abortive trial run of Nixon's "Southern Strategy" of 1968), he met spirited resistance to the idea of turning the Republican Party into an overtly conservative party from Mit Romney's dad, George, governer of Michigan. Romney abstained from campaigning for Goldwater, and later wrote a letter (scroll to end of article for full text) to him on December 21, 1964 detailing his concerns about the nascent "Southern Strategy"; it was published in the NYT on 12-26-66. Romney's feelings about a whites-only strategy are summarized below:
A different kind of cross-party split is emerging in modern times, after the Democratic Party moved under the Clintons to re-establish its status as a fully establishment party with financial contributor lists increasingly similar to those of the Republican Party (eg D, R). This new split is highlighted by the roll call for the (Justin)Amash Amendment, H-Amdt. 413 to HR 2397 (Defense Appropriations) on 7-27-13, immediately post-Edward-Snowden era. The amendment sought to end NSA mass data collection on US citizens without warrant, and failed by 15 votes. The vote was R: Aye 94 No 134 and D: Aye 111 No 83.
|3 weeks 1 day ago||The lesser-known King:||
Beyond Vietnam (recording and printed text);
Mountaintop (recording and printed text).
|3 weeks 1 day ago||Despite||
the AL's adoption of the DH in 1969, baseball has been an essentially one-platoon sport, as was football until Fritz Crisler intiated the shift to the two-platoon system ca. 1945. Baseball has not made this transition despite the asymmetric and hybrid institution of the DH starting in 1969 in the AL only.
Otherwise, this aspect of baseball remains essentially the same it has been for the last 167 years. Perhaps this is just a holdover; it makes the professional game look more like the sport Americans grow up playing in the streets and in their back yards.
If the argument is that people don't want to watch adult professionals pretending to be amateurs, then why stop with the pitchers? Why should a terrific batter be held back because he can't throw or catch at any position. The ultimate reduction of your argument would be a complete two-platoon system such as there is in professional and college football (although, to my knowledge, not among 10-year-olds playing in their back yards and in the streets).
Why not basketball as well? Who wants to watch a magical 3-point shooter flounder on defense?
|3 weeks 5 days ago||I was waiting||
for this one. Has it been that long?
|3 weeks 5 days ago||If he took personel control||
of the 49ers, they could save on Baalke's salary.
|3 weeks 5 days ago||Shouldn't "while"||
have been "whilst?"
|3 weeks 5 days ago||I had no idea||
such a thing existed.
What the fuck kind of rule is that?
|3 weeks 6 days ago||Sounds like||
you've read your Chuang Tzu.
|3 weeks 6 days ago||Seduced her||
with his Michigan gear.
|3 weeks 6 days ago||I thought||
Kuwait was slant-drilling Iraq's oil.
|4 weeks 10 hours ago||You mean||
|4 weeks 10 hours ago||SEC crocodile tears.||
I nearly threw up in my mouth:
It should say "pwecious." And what about the football players' "pwecious" rights to actually receive the scholarships they committed to, this being the LSU of Elliot Porter and all that?
|4 weeks 11 hours ago||I'll do it instead.||
This is the football version of voter suppression.
|4 weeks 11 hours ago||I like the campaign speech||
he gave for those who wanted to draft him to run for president in, I think, 1868:
"If nominated, I will not run; if elected, I will not serve."
|4 weeks 11 hours ago||Maybe she thought you meant||
|4 weeks 13 hours ago||Until||
ESPN decides otherwise.
|4 weeks 13 hours ago||Edit.||
From reading the article, it doesn't look to me like that was in Long's province as chair of College Football Playoff Selection Committee.
|4 weeks 13 hours ago||May go like this:|
|4 weeks 14 hours ago||I think he could do both.||
And the Toys-R-Us tie-in will put us on the fast track to filling the void where a fuzzy kid-friendly mascot on the sidelines needs to be.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Don't let it||
weigh you down.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||It should help||
pull him in.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||This||
is what I call a "gravity experiment."
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Nothing||
is under-rated, and I believe it is at the heart of Zen Buddhism.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Surf's||
|4 weeks 1 day ago||This prediction||
is not aging well.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Good luck||
on defense (things are usually in the bag by defense time, are they not?).
If you get anything tasty from your inquiries tomorrow, why not open a thread on the board afterword to keep us in the loop?
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Or maybe||
a joke about shit calls in the MSU game.
Wait a minute; that's not funny.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||One more question --||
Part of the problem with light is speed; it takes a year for light, tautologically enough, to travel a light-year. Is it too early to discuss how fast gravity waves travel?
Is there a gravity particle to serve as a counterpart to the gravity wave?
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Wait a minute --||
Isn't this the Michelson-Morley experiment of 1887 all over again?
|4 weeks 1 day ago||The line-break||
before "moustache" left all sorts of time for my morbid imagination to go to the dark side. How thankful I was to read the next line.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Shouldn't it have been||
|4 weeks 1 day ago||If it ever happens,||
we'll have been the first to predict it.
Oh, wait. Well, at least we're not alone.
Off-season is off-season.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Actually,||
he said "unraked."
This could be a newly-minted euphemism hinting at some act of sexual violence along the lines of the other one mentioned in his comment. I don't know; I learn all my trendy memes while lurking here at MgoBlog.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Meyer||
missed getting into the playoff this year, so everyone defaults to the mythological narrative of SEC superiority, especially at ES(EC)PN.
What we need is for someone in the B1G to spank sparty the way Alabama did. Wouldn't mind if UM was that someone on the road next year.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Maybe|
|4 weeks 1 day ago||This aired||
after Crosby died in 1977.
Bowie was in duet performances with both Crosby and Marc Bolan (of T Rex) in their last TV broadcasts preceding their deaths.
|4 weeks 2 days ago||I used to be this way||
in seasons past.
But now "Off Season" is "Harbaugh trolling the rest of CFB" season. It's like there is no off-season with Harbaugh around. For example, now I'm looking forward to Harbaugh at the State of the Union address. It'll be something new every week from now to season opener.
I say, enjoy the ride.
|4 weeks 2 days ago||This is the first time||
I've seen you since the "Nauta to Georgia" news.
I was going to razz you for the "Nauta going Blue -- book it" comment. I wondered what the story behind your conviction was.
|4 weeks 5 days ago||For the sake of true amateurism,||
the true answer is simply that televised college football games cannot be scheduled in potential conflict with college class schedules. If players are true scholar-athletes, class comes first. ESPN will just have to schedule games accordingly.
Certainly the NCAA won't stand for the appearance of money corrupting the purity of amateurism in the college game, and the player's commitment to school as a first priority.
|4 weeks 6 days ago||I'm sort of repeating myself,||
but that is a killer avatar.
|4 weeks 6 days ago||I'd do that||
if I could invert the order.
|4 weeks 6 days ago||Obligatory.||
|5 weeks 9 hours ago||How about||
the day Schlissel took over from Coleman?
Or maybe the day Schlissel stepped into the Shanegazi scandal and we first got a sense that adults were finally ultimately in charge?
|5 weeks 9 hours ago||I thought||
it was a hamster.
Cybernetics = zoology.
|5 weeks 9 hours ago||Koresh?||
|5 weeks 10 hours ago||Tank||
|5 weeks 10 hours ago||That's the way||
|5 weeks 10 hours ago||They do have||
a flow of talent.
Drowning in it.
|5 weeks 10 hours ago||He||
|5 weeks 10 hours ago||Don't start a new thread yet.|
|5 weeks 11 hours ago||How deep||
is OSU at the waterboy position?
|5 weeks 11 hours ago||Meyer||
is too intense for the college game. People burn out.
I hear Oakland is in play.
|6 weeks 3 days ago||This one||
|6 weeks 3 days ago||You mean||
|6 weeks 3 days ago||I never||
got over the traumatic sight of teddy bears crushing a space-age military using stone-age technology in Return of the Jedi. That is where my suspension of disbelief came to an end.
Go to the British Museum and look at all the nice things not properly belonging to Great Britain if you have any doubt about the old adage "Gun beats spear."
|6 weeks 4 days ago||I have a "plethora" comment;||
I'll just slip it in here.
"Plethora," I think, refers to a high count of discrete objects, such as "Plethora of shit-ass journalistic efforts over at the F-word paper."
"Shaming," in the sense used here, is an indivisible and un-pluralizable noun, unless used in a formation such as "plethora of shamings."
I propose "plethora" be changed to "butt-load" or "metric shit-ton" in keeping with usage with indivisible nouns.
|7 weeks 13 hours ago||Whoah, now.||
Leave Adelle out of this.
|7 weeks 14 hours ago||To put it another way,||
he should equal, in his first year, the number of sacks we would otherwise expect in 720 years of playing football.
|7 weeks 1 day ago||Iowa||
wasn't that uncompetitive this year.
|7 weeks 1 day ago||I don't think you know||
the world in which you live:
The only thing that will do that is an accidental test-firing of the "Star Wars Peace Platform (r)" that turns ES(EC)PN headquarters into a glass ashtray.
|7 weeks 1 day ago||120 years, actually.||
That's one sack every twenty years until Brown got there.
I don't know if he can maintain that level of improvement coming to Michigan now.
|7 weeks 1 day ago||*Sigh.*||
|7 weeks 1 day ago||I hope||
you know what you're doing by invoking the memory of the most spectacular post in MgoBoard history.
|7 weeks 1 day ago||It's all fixed.||
The judges are all humans from planet Earth, and they always pick one of their own.
|7 weeks 1 day ago||There's always||
a second time around in syndication.
|8 weeks 3 days ago||I don't think||
this article has all the basic facts right.
|8 weeks 3 days ago||Yeah, well||
As a measurement of the article's prescience, we have this:
The one doesn't always follow from the other.
|8 weeks 6 days ago||If you say so --||
"GOLD, it's called Maize."
|8 weeks 6 days ago||Only reference to this I can find||
is "The Canary Disaster of 1928," precipitated by Navy's refusal to put aside their navy-blue jerseys for a game in Baltimore. According to notes, the UM jerseys were "bright yellow," with blue numbers, and hence neither maize nor gold.
This reminds that, before the NCAA and TV got involved in uni policy, there were, by-and-large, no white away unis. I remember seeing color TV for the first time in 1968. I think it is by now high time to dispense with white away unis except when called for in cases like Wisconsin-Nebraska, Florida-Auburn or Notre-Dame-Navy.
|8 weeks 6 days ago||Actually,||
"AU" is the periodic table symbol for "gold."
|8 weeks 6 days ago||You mean||
|9 weeks 3 days ago||There's a right way to say everything --||
embed fail. never mind.
|9 weeks 4 days ago||(No subject)|
|9 weeks 4 days ago||(No subject)||
|9 weeks 4 days ago||or maybe||
|9 weeks 4 days ago||Terpitude.||
or maybe TerpiTestudo.
|9 weeks 4 days ago||It occurs to me||
that Urbs may be the one to predict all DJD's moves.
|9 weeks 4 days ago||And the narrative||
for the next UM-UMCP game, as Anderson Cooper would say, writes itself.
|9 weeks 4 days ago||I want one||
without the teeth.
|9 weeks 4 days ago||I wouldn't be throwing around words||
like "prick" if I had a name like "Wiener."
Metaphorical glass houses, etc.
Unless, maybe the word "prick" is meant as a compliment?
|9 weeks 5 days ago||Use||
a duplicate account for all your unwise posting decisions.
|9 weeks 5 days ago||Apparently||
there's a deal trading MgoPoints for bad jokes.
|9 weeks 5 days ago||Jackboots||
and leather jackets? What did Klaus Barbie wear?
|9 weeks 5 days ago||Well,||
I guess the most scary justice is arbitrary justice. Not going to rage against the machine right here.
I'm sort of shocked they didn't at least leave you with "0."
I thought the spiked helmets were Sparty, or maybe Kaiser Germany; but I won't ask you to re-post the pic. I also won't search for the OP in question.
Upvoted both your posts to get you started back.
|9 weeks 6 days ago||What did||
|9 weeks 6 days ago||Durkin sees your||
Bo's Lasting Lessons and raises you one John Milton's Paradise Lost:
|9 weeks 6 days ago||Better||
With Mattison's institutional memory of how he stymied OSU two years in a row, I don't get how OSU went from being the one decent showing all season to the game where you fall off a cliff.
|9 weeks 6 days ago||He doesn't get||
|9 weeks 6 days ago||Miami (ntM).||
|9 weeks 6 days ago||You don't fool me --||
You aren't real. Only I am real.
|9 weeks 6 days ago||He might mean||
"xenial," which, as we all know, is a word to describe the "influence or effect of pollen on a structure other than the embryo," which is clearly apropos to the conversation.
|9 weeks 6 days ago||I saw||
the same thing. I was beginning to think I was the only one.
|9 weeks 6 days ago||"long before. . .||
the first-quarter clock in the big house even began winding down."
We were only down 4 at the half. Where would you put lack of defensive adjustments on the list of factors?
|9 weeks 6 days ago||Can't wait||
to see your Shakespeare edition.
|9 weeks 6 days ago||You||
realized Caesar was epileptic, didn't you?
|9 weeks 6 days ago||What did the leper say||
to the prostitute?
"Why don't you just keep the tip?"
|14 weeks 1 day ago||And then||
our children will all die.
Eventually there will be a complete heat death of the entire universe.
But we're getting ahead of ourselves.
|14 weeks 6 days ago||Reporting||
speculation as if it was true is not investigative reporting, even if there is overwhelming political pressure to conform to mob mentality. That is why the press was once thought of as a safeguard against bad governance, which it no longer is.
Your "tinfoil hat conspiracy theorists" were 100% right, as they were with the 1953 Iran coup d'etat, the 1973 Chile coup and the 1954 Guatemala coup, and about a million other things for which you will never forgive them.
Sometimes telling the truth requires courage as well as smarts.
|14 weeks 6 days ago||CNN||
(aka Time-Warner, Clinton's 7th-largest 2016-cycle campaign contributor) has been caught purging pro-Sanders comments from their website, so, yeah on the "agenda" thing.
|14 weeks 6 days ago||Chomsky||
is from a non-orthodox Jewish family.
|14 weeks 6 days ago||If you're defending||
Judith Miller and the other Iraq-War rah-rah types by saying "everybody else was doing it too," then you left the Chomsky train a long time ago.
|15 weeks 1 day ago||According to your calculations,||
that is still about 5 times more likely than dying in an extinction-level asteroid event.
|16 weeks 13 hours ago||Laws||
criminalizing taking and sharing of information using a computer have been proliferating since the 1980s. I am reminded of the federal prosecution of Aaron Schwartz leading to his suicide.
I think this boils down to bad law coming from the unwise coalition pairing the hunter instinct of law enforement with the "zero tolerance" mentality in various legislative bodies. It highlights and raises to crisis level the unwise advantage given to and now enjoyed by law enforcement types, including NSA and the rest, in their natural adversary relationship with the Fourth Amendment and human rights, such as the right to privacy, in the US.
If this had occurred involving anything other than computers, no crime would be involved. The growing criminalization of computers is part of the war of law enforcement against the right of privacy in general.
I missed the part about how LTT got busted in the first place. Was there a complaint, or how did the cops get involved? I try not to mingle with people who appear itchy for an excuse to call the police as an answer to every problem.
|16 weeks 14 hours ago||I think||
exciting football games between strong teams are better than dreary charades involving preposterously mis-matched opponents, even if they happen before the national championship game.
After all, there arent' enough bad teams for every game before the playoff to be a boring formality.
|16 weeks 2 days ago||I don't think even my subconscious||
can handle the punt.
My brain replayed the BS targeting call on Joe Bolden all night long.
|16 weeks 3 days ago||Worth a shot.||
Maybe I'll feel better.
Well. I think that's all the cute I have in me at the moment.
Maybe after I get over the hangover.
|16 weeks 5 days ago||Nacht||
|16 weeks 5 days ago||A little||
|16 weeks 5 days ago||In a sport||
that denies students all manner of compensation (including medical compensation for on-field injuries) using the "amateurism" ruse, while commercializing every other aspect of the game and compensating coaches at NFL levels, I don't think the treatment of coaches is relevent to the increasingly laughable "amateurism" of the sport.
That said, I don't necessarily agree or disagree with the rest of what you say. As we know, it is a tough sport. If they had held on to him, it would still have been out of a concern for (eventual) winning.
|16 weeks 5 days ago||Where||
are the alligators?
I call "photoshop."
|16 weeks 5 days ago||But||
|16 weeks 5 days ago||Per General Buck Turgidson,||
"I don't think it's quite fair to condemn a whole [species] because of a single slip-up."
|16 weeks 6 days ago||As classics go,||
I believe they only go back to 1968, v. 1938 for UM.
|17 weeks 22 hours ago||He doesn't||
get the rivalry.
(/s, if needed)
|17 weeks 6 days ago||Now THAT'S||
|17 weeks 6 days ago||Not||
if there's a union.
|17 weeks 6 days ago||The cheaty schools||
already do that anyway, and the NCAA sits with its thumb up its ass.
The NCAA only gets activated to declare a "major violation" and threaten major sanctions if a team stretches for fifteen minutes too long in a day or if someone prints out T-shirts with a motivational slogan and hands them out to everyone on the O-line.
If you buy a player for a quarter million, or conduct nakedly fraudulent classes for years on end, the NCAA goes into a coma and you get off scott free.
So, figuratively speaking, if you find you accidently left the store with a lollipop in your pocket without paying for it, it's in your best interest to go ahead and kill the store owner and burn the store down while you're at it, under NCAA governance.
I am so sick of hearing about these bullshit rules, about this bullshit enforcement, about shackling these players, about punishing honest schools, about the idea of paying students for their role in fronting a %100 million dollar AD budget by paying them with classes you don't give them time to attend or study for, about turning the kids' image and likeness into a financial gravy train for everyone but the kids themselves while putting them at physical risk and working them to death.
"Certain schools" HAVE ALREADY done everything you bring up. There is nothing left to lose by ending the fraud and hypocracy.
|17 weeks 6 days ago||Per Google Image:||
Burning Chinese Junket:
Burning Chinese Junk:
|18 weeks 12 hours ago||Haven't heard this one in a while:||
I only talk about coaches who coach at Michigan.
|18 weeks 1 day ago||"Cervesial?"||
Thanks to the Spanish-language cognate, I know immediately what you mean with this word.
The only place I could find its existence verified (I wanted to investigate the etymology, among other things) was here, under a subsection ("page," if you will) named "sesquipedalia." (No etymology provided.)
My searches at Webster, Cambridge, McMillan and others failed, but offered up the following words as spelling corrections: cervical, Frisian, perversion and others. Vocabulary.com went right ahead and gave me the definition of "surficial" without asking if there was any mistake.
One way or the other, I think you are out in front of the crowd with this one.
|19 weeks 3 days ago||You can't say this||
too many times.
|19 weeks 3 days ago||I don't know||
whether to be concerned or enthused that the doctor coaching me in a life with inguinal herniea could be a poetic soul capable of that kind of metaphorical imagination.
Either way, I'll go with "Chip away at obstacles, protect the balls."
|20 weeks 1 day ago||Every time||
I see the Harbaugh-era restored maize, I am very happy.
For me, watching M eventually win consistently while wearing real maize will be like being 12 again, but in a good way.
Bumble-bee jerseys and 27-27 were just a bad dream, after all.
|20 weeks 2 days ago||Actually,||
I see more similarity between 2014-5 OSU and 1968-9 OSU.
|20 weeks 2 days ago||Is that||
Julian or retroactive Gregorian calendar? This is important -- remember that Shakespeare and Cervantes died on the same day ten days apart.
|21 weeks 5 days ago||I think||
you mis-spelled "boat."
Maybe just a typo.
|21 weeks 5 days ago||How can you be sure||
if a boat is really white?
|21 weeks 5 days ago||Did it look||
You should probably have figured it out.
|22 weeks 4 days ago||Bo||
|22 weeks 4 days ago||Andere Sprachen||
|22 weeks 6 days ago||I googled "analymous."||
And I suppose I am only now beginning to understand this comment from 2009:
|22 weeks 6 days ago||"Wish we played Ohio early"||
If we would only have listened to David Brandon.
|22 weeks 6 days ago||What about||
|22 weeks 6 days ago||Next:|
|22 weeks 6 days ago||I would have made||
a separate thread for this.
Edit: Oh -- it's "separate."
|22 weeks 6 days ago||IBD?||
Recruiting commments; Ed Lamb:
|23 weeks 5 hours ago||Sounds more like||
'97 Michigan with the '95 Woodson.
And a beloved 1965-era animated reindeer as QB.
|23 weeks 13 hours ago||I didn't see||
that the story was ever linked, though.
|23 weeks 13 hours ago||(The above) quotation||
was posted earlier, but with no link.
Rich Rod was quoted in this article, as follows:
RE finding the "right player," there is also this in the article (not per RR):
|23 weeks 14 hours ago||Actually,||
I think they bared it.
|23 weeks 14 hours ago||Nice tri.||
|23 weeks 17 hours ago||Shun||
Hold on to your kidneys.
|23 weeks 17 hours ago||You're hurt||
at us after getting chewed out about offensive language at HuffPost?
|23 weeks 17 hours ago||Nice save.||
|23 weeks 18 hours ago||Location, location, location.||
I propose you attempt your channelling activity in a sports bar with Fox Sports.
|23 weeks 18 hours ago||yes.||
|23 weeks 18 hours ago||I suppose||
there is still time for further anomalies to iron those two losses out of the schedule.
Not that I doubt the clarity of the Knowledge's vision.
|23 weeks 18 hours ago||Hitlerite Germany||
was at the forfront of animal anti-cruelty laws.
I believe they actually banned experimentation on animals.
There is some irony here.
|23 weeks 18 hours ago||The Barwis and Rich-Rod bits||
helped me to understand part of my irritation with the lingering Rich-Rod hatred here and elsewhere.
I think the Michigan family will remain a little schizophrenic as long as it tries to excise the parts of its history it doesn't like to remember.
Just as we (Hackett, Harbaugh, et alia) continue to pay tribute to Hoke's success in moulding the academic integrity of the program, I think we need to accept and unabashedly celebrate the way that Rich-Rod's and Barwis' character and behavior have absorbed the Buckeyes from the Mealer family and made them deeply and emotionally connected die-hard members of the Michigan family, and the way that that has added depth and resonance to the Michigan community.
|23 weeks 19 hours ago||Good find.||
It's awfully hard to find anything about Harbaugh since he left the 49ers.
|23 weeks 1 day ago||Wait.||
There's no bones in bacon.
|23 weeks 1 day ago||fou're||
|23 weeks 1 day ago||Is that what they mean by||
|23 weeks 1 day ago||A decided schematic advantage.||
Didn't Weis wear khakis as well?
I don't think Harbaugh could fill Weis' khakis. (Weis is still the highest paid coach at Notre Dame.)
|23 weeks 1 day ago||*too.||
How much is too much?
It's not enough.
|23 weeks 3 days ago||You sank||
|23 weeks 3 days ago||I'm going out on a limb||
and accusing the author of recency bias.
I wasn't there for these, but Yost 1901-26, or stretch it to include Kipke's good years, out to 1933, was an epic stretch. I also think Crisler (this is an interesting hire story, with AD Yost giving Crisler, reluctant to leave Princeton, everything he asked) and early Oosterbaan, '38-48, was a quality stretch with two MNCs, although it took Crisler 6 years to figure out Bernie Bierman and the Gophers and take UM out from under Minnesota's shadow. (Bierman was there for the decline and fall of Kipke.) Crisler's early Gopher problems remind me of the early stretch Bo slogged through against Woody from 1972-75.
I would have called it "Michigan Football's Great Era." As Harbaugh said at his introductory presser, you don't compare great to great.
|23 weeks 3 days ago||Haven't seen that cover art,||
I think, in 40 years.
It was, I believe, in the possession of a fairly definitive nerd at Georgia Tech ca. 1975.
How old you say you are, again?
|23 weeks 3 days ago||Why?||
My head had just stopped aching from my attempts to wrap it around that number.
|23 weeks 3 days ago||Fixed:||
|23 weeks 3 days ago||All these years||
I thought "dirty laundry" and "dirty linens" were just metaphors.
|23 weeks 3 days ago||The longer he's away,||
the more problems he causes.
|23 weeks 3 days ago||Too soon.||
|23 weeks 3 days ago||I regularly talk him up||
for abstaining from the Sabin/Miles SEC oversigning school of ethics.
I don't know how much this has to do with keeping him perpetually one step away from championship status. If this is the price, I think it's worth it. I'm not a die-hard GA fan, though, so I'm not the one suffering.
Does the Florida guy look a little like D.J. Durkin?
|23 weeks 3 days ago||The joke||
has been floating around a few years in the parts I live in.
The opportunity was irresistible.
|23 weeks 4 days ago||Illini||
actually tried to steal both sides.
Now, votes are all stolen by computer.
|23 weeks 4 days ago||Not so sure about No. 2.||
|23 weeks 4 days ago||I didn't think||
the Baylor Bear would do that standing up.
Someone might think he was dancing.
|24 weeks 11 hours ago||"Repent?"||
This falls afoul of a popular convention here of "no religion."
I will be "revising my hypotheses."
|24 weeks 11 hours ago||I thought||
even a tire fire in a molten glass ashtray should have gotten a fourth year, because the worst thing would be UM acting like ND.
I wasn't quite ready to forgive Harbaugh's '07 remarks and DUI in '11, although I was starting to come around.
The long strange journey from '07 Appy State to now has sandblasted quite a few of my ideas about what is best for Michigan football.
|24 weeks 11 hours ago||Wierd, but true.||
In what other connection will you get grown men to parse between scarlet, garnet, crimson, cardinal, maroon, (or heliotrope and puce, per Purchase College ca. 1975) and more?
|24 weeks 12 hours ago||Not||
to go all Grammar Nazi;
But what rhymes with "Shanecussionghazi?"
|24 weeks 19 hours ago||Thanks for showing us||
how to hire Harbaugh.
|24 weeks 19 hours ago||Glad to hear||
you don't think I've worn my 15 minutes out yet.
|24 weeks 20 hours ago||Unfortunately,||
Number 2 on your list was covered starting in 2011. They were just called "the Syrian resistance" then.
|24 weeks 20 hours ago||I don't know why he tried to lie to me.||
I'll fit this in here -- this is my email exchange from 2010, with an introductory note to Brian:
I suppose it's a rare privilege for a member of the general public to get to interact so directly with someone at that level, but this one galls me all the more now:
|24 weeks 20 hours ago||But||
he doesn't need a map to find his way around Ann Arbor.
|24 weeks 3 days ago||"Michigan Man" is||
like the word "Evil." Stupid, bigoted, clueless, small-minded, cowardly, vicious, vindictive, unjustifiably complacent, intellectually dishonest and vile-tempered bags of snot are just as easily capable of pronouncing or printing the term and, often enough to be confusing, using it as the correct part of speech in a complete sentence as is anyone else.
Therefore, it is rendered only contextually relevent, and its correct use in a sentence is, in and of itself, no proof of the existence of intelligent life.
|24 weeks 3 days ago||"Straw men||
are people, too!"
Did you make that up? If I want to use that as a signature line, how should I cite it?
|24 weeks 4 days ago||After all,||
we played OSU/Meyer improbably close twice with Hoke and with a QB in traction.
The secret is supposed to have been Mattison's stunting of DL formations to break up OSU's run game. We should still have that going for us, and a lot more.
|24 weeks 4 days ago||I still||
have happier memories of 1995 and 1996 than of 2006 or 1972-3-4-5.
|24 weeks 4 days ago||OSU||
would not have gone to a bowl even if they had won.
Neither would Michigan if they had won the following year.
1972 (1973 Rose bowl) was the first year a Big Ten team could have repeated.
As we all know, 1973 (1974 Rose Bowl) was the first year any Big Ten team did.
|24 weeks 5 days ago||Embed failure.||
|24 weeks 5 days ago||Maybe||
she knows him well from having spent her entire adult life with him.
Just a guess.
|24 weeks 5 days ago||All I have to give is a music background.||
But the Buddy Rich tapes, I think, rank at this level:
I think the worst, though, would be "The AD and I were looking at game film together,"
|25 weeks 2 days ago||I wouldn't mind||
1974 throwbacks, but with a kicking game.
|25 weeks 2 days ago||Jim Harbaugh||
is like a shot of Jack Harbaugh followed by a blast of cocaine?
Reminds me of characterizations of Jimmy Hendrix as a shot of rhythm and blues followed by a hit of acid.
|25 weeks 6 days ago||This is a losing battle.||
If you're familiar with the "no religion" argument, you see that board behavior reveals an unwritten set of rules only loosely similar to the MGoFAQ.
|25 weeks 6 days ago||If you||
leave your impunity in the shed and use a rubber hose instead, it won't leave any marks.
For fairness' sake, first check to see if she is bearing a fake ID that shows her to be 23 years of age, just in case. Kids do the strangest things.
|25 weeks 6 days ago||"Aisle,"||
unless you're debarquing at the Isles of Bolivia.
|26 weeks 1 day ago||But not red.||
Make mine dark blue.
|26 weeks 1 day ago||Lots of people||
love Michigan football without obsessively hijacking threads to express their hatred of RR.
Let the record show that it is the haters getting things started once again.
|26 weeks 5 days ago||Maybe||
talk to these folks.
|27 weeks 13 hours ago||Before Hackett||
was Schlissel, the anti-Coleman.
|27 weeks 13 hours ago||Actor||
turns to audience while getting booed in production of King Lear and says "Excuse me, but I didn't write this shit."
|27 weeks 14 hours ago||So maybe||
Brandon deserves to be credited on a similar level to that of Jed York for our current good fortune?
I'm sure if we had had Harbaugh the last four seasons, we would have been in better shape even in a transistion than we were after the Brady-Brandon years.
|27 weeks 15 hours ago||"Amidst THAT,||
Since the Stanford game on September 20, 1975.