Michigan State 35, Michigan 11 Comment Count

Ace October 25th, 2014 at 7:07 PM

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RJMAC

October 26th, 2014 at 10:26 AM ^

His OFFENSE failed to win against good teams? Last time I checked, a team has a defense too. Like Rodriguez said at the time, his defense is very young. Some of the fan base and DB didn't want to hear that though and wanted him out. A little more patience at the time would have went a long way, and saved a lot of grief with this current situation. Brandon wanted his guy in there though. He should have just showed a bit more patience and resolve to allow Rodriguez that fourth year. Some of the regents wanted him gone too . (dead man walking) He just didn't fit in with their snooty little idea of what a Michigan Man coach should be and how he should talk. After four years now they need a new coach again, to repair the damage from their previous decision. They got their comeuppance. Karma... It can be a female dog sometimes.

AZ-Blue

October 26th, 2014 at 1:31 PM ^

 Agreed - Rich Rod's clear path of successes before and after his tenure at UM is an anchor around Brandon's neck he can't and won't shake (as well as everyone else who shouted for his firing four years ago).   For anyone not watching, Rodriguez is 6-1 this season at AZ.  Not some powerhouse - Arizona.  And he's playing in a tough Pac-12 conference.  No doubt that's the result of a much deeper recruiting pool in terms of talent than UM. 

section17

October 27th, 2014 at 9:19 AM ^

You forgot to mention that Loser Lloyd talked both quarterbacks we had into transferring before Rich Rod even got to talk to them. What a classy guy Carr is. I'm sure you know this because you're so smart that the AD would not pay the money or give a contract to bring Jeff Casteel here from WV. So RR got stuck with a DC that Michigan would pay for. Then OMG Brandon fires RR and hires Butter Ball. Then money is no object to Michigan. Learn the facts first.

section17

October 27th, 2014 at 9:19 AM ^

You forgot to mention that Loser Lloyd talked both quarterbacks we had into transferring before Rich Rod even got to talk to them. What a classy guy Carr is. I'm sure you know this because you're so smart that the AD would not pay the money or give a contract to bring Jeff Casteel here from WV. So RR got stuck with a DC that Michigan would pay for. Then OMG Brandon fires RR and hires Butter Ball. Then money is no object to Michigan. Learn the facts first.

dragonchild

October 25th, 2014 at 7:14 PM ^

I got an epic beatdown that cracked my ribs, crushed my testicles, gave me brain damage and publicly embarrassed me so thorougly my family disowned me and my girl left me for the guy who beat my ass, but at least I landed a punch when I tried to hit back.

Austin Blue

October 25th, 2014 at 7:14 PM ^

There was some trend that was broken?  Gee, you would have thought the announcers on the game might have mentioned a trend at sometime . . .  :)

If anybody has a LOT of time on their hands, I'd love to see exactly how many times they repeated the "no TDs since Columbus discovered the new world" meme during the game.

Over/under?  Has to be at least around 25 . .

SmithersJoe

October 25th, 2014 at 10:36 PM ^

MSU went up 21-3 on Gardner's pick 6 - that wasn't the defense's fault. Except for the drive at the end of the first half, I thought the defense did a decent job with how little help it was getting from the offense - 2 net yards in the first half, only 10 minutes ToP, etc.

AZ-Blue

October 26th, 2014 at 1:41 PM ^

The camera cut to him clapping right after the pick six I think it was.  We were shouting at the TV - WTF is he clapping at??   It must be a nervous condition - he finds the dog pooped in the living room, he claps.  The wife turns away in bed - he claps.   Gets in a fender bender  - he claps.  Bumps the pyramid of oranges at the grocery store and as they tumble around him, he claps.   Clapping is the empty gesture of an empty man who feels he must do something so the world doesn't see him standing there looking like the loser he is.