How addicted are you?

Submitted by mgowake on January 10th, 2011 at 12:36 PM
Today I have a meeting that decides if the product I'm proposing lives or dies. I should be prepping. However, I'm sitting here refreshing MGoBlog and fixated on "Miles to Michigan?" on ESPN.

What's the first step? Admitting you have a problem? Can someone publish a how to not be so crazily addicted to Michigan football in twelve easy steps?



January 10th, 2011 at 12:40 PM ^

There is no rehab or twelve-step program in the world that can cure sports and/or mgoblog addiction.  You might as well just decide to live with it.


January 10th, 2011 at 12:43 PM ^

I've been on here in the past week more than I have ever before combined. I'm also a frequent visitor to TigerDroppings to see what the word at LSU is. Don't know where else I can go to get information, but this is bad.


January 10th, 2011 at 12:43 PM ^

I just sat here and watched the Patrick Peterson / LSU news conference to see if there was anything noteworthy.  I also participated in the livechat so that I could gauge LSU fans' reactions.

I have a meeting in an hour where I have to present ideas for improving our social media marketing plan.


January 10th, 2011 at 12:54 PM ^

Announced he's headed to the NFL.

Media was respectful of keeping it focused on Peterson until a reporter asked him where he thought Miles was going to be coaching next year.  He said he's not in a position to answer but hopes it's at LSU.  It was the last question before they cut off the Q & A.


January 10th, 2011 at 12:46 PM ^

My kids have taken a back seat to this. I don't even hear their requests anymore. And I'm not going to even talk about work. What's work? Plus, my husband - who is a football fan - thinks I'm crazy. My brother understands, though, because he went to Michigan, too, so he calls me regularly to see if I've heard anything. At least I have him for support. 


January 10th, 2011 at 12:48 PM ^

This whole thing should be exhibit A in how today's media is completely failing from a true journalistic perspective. But .  .  .  



January 10th, 2011 at 12:52 PM ^

My wife just looks at me with disgust and says "oh you're on that Blog thing again".

I think she was happier when I wasted my time on internet porn instead of looking for updates on a coach selection.  At least that I could shut off.....


January 10th, 2011 at 1:01 PM ^

The past few months on here have been like a really bad boozey bender.  The kind where I'm crashing cars, throwing bricks through pre-schools, praying to the false porcelain god, waking up in a hospital bed with restraints on and hitting on women who are either A) old enough to be my mother, or B) as attractive as left over haggus.  But I can't stop now.  No way.  No how.

I can't stop because when life is sweet on this board, man, life is sweet.  3 days of good news is worth sifting through all the filth.  So until you see me on A&E pouring my heart out on a TV show, MGoBlog is my crutch.  That's just the way it is.


January 10th, 2011 at 1:01 PM ^

I spend way too much time following this fiasco.  I just want a coach that can win, control the pressers and send Drew Sharp, Rosendouche and Snyder to Bolivian.

I haven't slept well since thursday night.  Thursday night all seemed well and JH was a strong lean.  Since he accepted the SF job, I have been in semi-panic mode.  LM is the best choice available.  Hoke seems like a nice guy and probably is a good coach, ut I just can't see him commanding this big ship.

He's too small of a rudder for this boat.

Sign and introduce LM and recruit the hell out of the last two weeks.


January 10th, 2011 at 1:03 PM ^

On a scale of 1 to "Average Foaming at the Mouth Buckeye Fan", I currently reside at "Brett Favre on morphine." Another 2 days though and I'll likely just swallow my cellphone whole in an attempt to avoid the impending DOOOOOOOOOOOOOM