OMG Pantsless, OMG Hopeless

Submitted by Brian on September 19th, 2008 at 2:26 PM

Two pictures that somehow summarize the directions of two linked programs follow. Be careful with your eyebrows, folks.

There have been a lot of changes in Michigan's program over the last few months, ranging from the expected (lots of shotgun, zone read option) to the… well…


unexpected profusion of naked freshmen. Earlier this year we had the assortment of shirtless helmeted guys; now we've got freshman wideout Terrance Robinson without a helmet. Or anything else except an arched eyebrow and all that promises in the way of smooth jazz and smoother lovin'.

Meanwhile, this screencap will haunt Bill Stewart for the rest of time.


There's nothing more to say. This is Bill Stewart, now and forever. It's over.



September 19th, 2008 at 8:49 PM ^

I love what is happening to that school right now. I hope they fade away into obscurity...

Why, you might ask? Simply because West Virginia is the least educated state in the union, and it shows.

S.G. Rice

September 19th, 2008 at 11:44 PM ^

That picture of Stewart should be the entire "This Week in Schadenfreude*" post for this week.  Screw whatever happens tomorrow.


* (yah i probably spelled that wrong, suck it)


September 20th, 2008 at 2:52 PM ^

... by other teams in the B10. Maybe not by Michigan, but watching them today struggle with almighty Troy leads me to think they're not going through the conference unscathed. Terrelle Pryor may be enormously talented, but he's still a raw freshman who will be making raw freshman mistakes.


September 20th, 2008 at 8:21 PM ^

I gotta believe the high-profile Tennessee alums have to be livid. I bet he'll be the highest profile coach to depart after this season, unless JoePa or Bowden take a hike.

MSU is a solid team, but Dantonio's offense makes Carr look wild and crazy. zzzzzzzz.


September 21st, 2008 at 12:17 PM ^

Yeah, I feel a little sorry for WVU.  I hope they do turn it around eventually.  Having said that, it is a tad satisfying to see that without RR, they can't sustain their greatness.