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|7 weeks 2 days ago||Is this the first time Pelini||
Is this the first time Pelini has heard clapping. Doubt it. Is this the first time he got his arse handed to him by Sparty. Yup.
|8 weeks 2 days ago||Seat license fees.||
Seat license fees.
|8 weeks 3 days ago||And, you must have missed the||
And, you must have missed the part where Hoke has called for a targeting rule violation. Targeting involves shots with the crown of the helmet to the head/neck. I don't know about your dome, but most people's helmet-covered crown won't cover someone's head/neck AND chest.
|30 weeks 6 days ago||No. A one or two game||
No. A one or two game suspension for DUI is what is ridiculous.
|40 weeks 3 days ago||David Brandon: "We are (Taco||
"We are (Taco Bell Grande) Michigan."
|42 weeks 5 days ago||"BLONDES>BRUNETTES?: Since||
"BLONDES>BRUNETTES?: Since Michigan redshirt sophomore kicker Brendan Gibbons finished an impressive season (13-for-17 on field goals) by hitting a game-winning 37-yard field goal in overtime to defeat Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl, there’s been a lot of talk about brunettes.
After the game on Tuesday, Gibbons said that before the kick, he simply envisioned brunette girls and it helped him relax. He said it was a strategy that Hoke suggested to him.
On Thursday, Hoke gave his side of the story.
At the end of practice each Thursday, Hoke has Gibbons line up for a kick. Usually, Hoke calls a couple timeouts to ice the kicker.
The first time Gibbons lined up for the kick with Hoke at the helm, Hoke pulled him aside during the time out.
“What makes ya happy?” Hoke asked him.
“Well, I like the sand, the water and pretty girls.”
And, according to Hoke, “That’s the end of the story.”
|42 weeks 5 days ago||Here, here. While so many||
Here, here. While so many are going through mental contortions to justify the actions of the university, forgotten are a campus full of women who count on administration to do the right thing and protect them.
|43 weeks 1 day ago||What was that, again? I||
What was that, again? I seemed to have missed your point the first 7-8 times.
|43 weeks 2 days ago||Obviously, not.||
|43 weeks 2 days ago||Yeah, but you can do that and||
Yeah, but you can do that and still coach college hockey.
|43 weeks 2 days ago||You're correct--that's NEVER||
You're correct--that's NEVER happened before.
|43 weeks 2 days ago||Sure, the facts are just||
Sure, the facts are just flying out of this case. I'd wait, too. A follow up will probably happen in 2020. You might want to have a snack handy...
|43 weeks 2 days ago||It supposedly happened over 3||
It supposedly happened over 3 years ago. So, UM allowed this guy to stay on the team while it conducted a three year long investigation? Nice. I bet the victim feels comforted by the timely action.
|45 weeks 6 days ago||Woah, pass that blunt buddy!||
"More press than the Rose Bowl?"
Woah, pass that blunt buddy!
|1 year 1 day ago||That's exactly it. Other||
That's exactly it. Other teams don't need to say a word, either. Everything that needs to be said is screaming from the football field every Saturday.
|1 year 5 weeks ago||Yes, it matters. Face it,||
Yes, it matters. Face it, football is a grown-up man's game. When a smaller guy makes a splash, they make a movie about him, he gets laid by hot Catholic chicks, and he never has to buy another beer.
|1 year 6 weeks ago||UM NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!||
|3 years 49 weeks ago||The only reason Izzy had to||
The only reason Izzy had to sit was because it's a new rule that requires any contact- intentional or not, to be dealt with. Hitting Izzy with a game guarantee every D1 coach will take the rule book to bed with them tonight. Something tells me, too, Izzy won't be the last because the rule is vague.
|4 years 4 weeks ago||Not so much, anymore.||
Not so much, anymore. There's too much pressure to win in college football--the whole athletic department counts on football to fund the crew team, etc, for the football to team to struggle.
If, for whatever reason, the Big House doesn't fill whoever is coach is gone.
|4 years 5 weeks ago||Don't think it can't happen.||
Don't think it can't happen. It happened at ND, and every other major university. We've been lucky--so far. The Bo pipeline has dried up. We are in very, very dangerous territory right now. People should think twice about getting rid of RR. If it were that easy to just go out and get a winner, every big-time football school would never have a down cycle.
|4 years 5 weeks ago||Loads of California hotties,||
Loads of California hotties, too. A big time football player can never overlook the amount/qualitiy of trim on campus.
|4 years 5 weeks ago||I can answer that: "Shit||
I can answer that:
"Shit that worked in the Big East ain't flying here."
|4 years 5 weeks ago||I AM so confused. Is the||
I AM so confused. Is the truth out there?
|4 years 5 weeks ago||If that's what he means, then||
If that's what he means, then he should STFU. RR is headcoach of the team--not HC of the offense. Ultimately, he's the man--for better or worse. If the defense has gotten so bad it can't be fixed, it was HIS job not to let it get that way. I don't care if the offense is rolling up 1,000 yards/game.
|4 years 6 weeks ago||You think they're bad, now?||
You think they're bad, now? Wait until basketball season starts...
|4 years 6 weeks ago||Naw, I'm new, and I'm as||
Naw, I'm new, and I'm as pissed and clueless as the next guy.
|4 years 6 weeks ago||And if the dog hadn't stopped||
And if the dog hadn't stopped to shit, she'd been my uncle, too....
|4 years 6 weeks ago||Well said, sir.||
Well said, sir.
|4 years 6 weeks ago||Probably the losing part. I||
Probably the losing part. I don't care if we "pile" up 20 yards as long as we win.
|4 years 6 weeks ago||I honestly think we need to||
I honestly think we need to give RR one more year, at least. But, I'm tired of the "young team" monicker. Our football team is young, our basketball team in young, the cheerleaders are just out of diapers, and MSC just hit puberty.
Fuck it. It's about time we all put on our big boy pants and played like men.