"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
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|1 year 9 weeks ago||I'm in!||
$15 is all it takes. Come on, people!
|4 years 46 weeks ago||Video Link||
Not quite sure how long that video will stay there.
Amazing play ...
|4 years 50 weeks ago||Who?||
|4 years 50 weeks ago||I'm sure this is a||
I'm sure this is a disappointing outcome for him, and I hope he can overcome it.
|5 years 5 days ago||ESPN||
Not according to the WWL:
|5 years 7 weeks ago||They can't||
They can't ... privacy laws and all that
|5 years 27 weeks ago||YES!||
|5 years 27 weeks ago||Better than the Fab Five?||
They are also worth every penny ... almost.
|5 years 27 weeks ago||Both are ugly||
Both logos are ugly*
*Yes, I'm wearing my blue-tinted glasses
|5 years 33 weeks ago||boo hoo||
Good luck with law school. With your obviously excellent skill in finding obscure things to complain about, I'm sure you will do just fine once you graduate.
|5 years 36 weeks ago||Any other year ...||
... that would have been true, but have you seen our (non-)safety play this year?
|5 years 36 weeks ago||Hire them ...||
... to stand next to GERG!
|5 years 36 weeks ago||Willis Reed ...||
... that's all I gotta say
|5 years 37 weeks ago||All we need to do ...||
... is win one more game to get a .500 record and get hot in the playoffs. That's the beauty of college football!
|5 years 38 weeks ago||Excellent post||
These numbers are (almost) all you need to know to understand Michigan's struggle defensively.
|5 years 38 weeks ago||What I want and what I fear||
I want to see RR be successful at Michigan because I think he's one of two or three young coaches with a potential to be really great.
I fear that he won't get the chance to do it at Michigan. And I really fear that he will do it somewhere else, and we will look back and regret the situation he is being put in.
|5 years 39 weeks ago||Please ...||
.. beat Illinois (and Purdue) ...
|5 years 39 weeks ago||Giving up points for both ..||
.. pos and neg will be even better.
|5 years 40 weeks ago||"quite a few new coaches who||
"quite a few new coaches who have won more with less"
Less what? Sheridan/Threet? Jordan Kovacs? I admire these kids for trying hard, but let's face it: we have deficiencies in talent. Just because it is Michigan does not mean that the talent level is automatically higher than GT or Cincinnati or Stanford.
|5 years 40 weeks ago||http://www.annarbor.com/sport|
|5 years 41 weeks ago||He may end up being great ...||
... but offers from Stanford and MSU do not scream superstar. More telling is the fact that the other two huge programs in the area (ND and OSU) didn't give him an offer.
|5 years 41 weeks ago||Washington was ranked after||
Washington was ranked after they beat USC
|5 years 41 weeks ago||The search function is your friend|
|5 years 41 weeks ago||1. My point wasn't that Mike||
1. My point wasn't that Mike Martin wasn't Lloyd Carr's recruit. My point was that there were no upperclassman starter in front of him or Craig Roh. While I didn't expect every player to be a star, I'm disappointed that there is nobody in front of Mike Martin and/or Craig Roh. (As far as I can remember, the only two full-time sophomore starters on the DL since 2004 are Woodley and T. Taylor. To have two in one year is not normal.)
2. I give you Obi Ezeh; I think he's barely serviceable but you are right that he's about as good as Mouton. Stevie Brown was recruited as a safety and the only reason he's moved to LB is because there is nobody else at LB.
3. That seems to suggest a problem with LB recruiting. I think Jonas Mouton would have made a good SS (or whatever it is that Kovacs is playing).
|5 years 41 weeks ago||I'm amazed ...||
... that this is even still an open issue. Lloyd Carr was a great coach, but his coaching and recruiting left a lot to be desired in the last three or four years of his regime. Cases in point:
2. LB recruiting: Jonas Mouton is the only one who panned out (and he was a safety). Where are the backups? Why is a walk-on our #1 backup?
3. Safety recruiting: Jordan Kovacs, enough said.
Now, obviously RichRod is to blame for some of the current issues. But to say the cupboard is not bare does not even make sense.
(I think the OP's sentiment is shared by many Michigan fans; they just don't come to this board)
|5 years 41 weeks ago||You don't get the point of Schadenfreude||
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schadenfreude: "pleasure derived from the misfortunes of others."
Even if this is not OSU, I'll be laughing at them. The fact that this is OSU makes it sweeter. And no, we did not win twice today.
|5 years 41 weeks ago||Problem is ...||
... we're not even there yet. Maybe next year :)
|5 years 41 weeks ago||So much fail ...||
.. so little time. Man, that thread is a trip. Anything bad that can be said about the Vest was said. I'd be really disappointed if that thread doesn't make it to Brian's TWIS.
|5 years 41 weeks ago||Colt's INT is not his fault||
The freshman receiver ran a wrong route. What's amazing about Colt is that he didn't even yell at anyone; he just looked mad and sat down.
Compare that to Pryor's reaction after any one of his mistakes.
|5 years 41 weeks ago||That's a very nice way ...||
... of putting it.
"OMG! We lost the game (of TOP) again!"
"RR should be fired! He doesn't understand that you need to win the TOP to be successful in this league."
"Horror II: We lost the TOP against an FCS team (again)!"