The Woolfolk Hangover, or: Bohemian Crapsody Comment Count

Brian August 18th, 2010 at 11:59 AM

SO DID EVERYONE HAVE FUN LAST NIGHT CAN I GET A HELL YEA

YEAAAAAAAHHHHHHH GIVE ME A FUCKIN' OTTER

henri-the-otter-of-ennuGET PUMPED IT'S AUGUST AND HENRI'S ALREADY OUT IT'S GOING TO BE A HELL OF A FALLLLLLLLLL

THE DEPTH CHART AT CORNER

1. DONOVAN WARREN

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2. TROY WOOLFOLK

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3. TLOY WOORFORK

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4. JUSTIN TURNER

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5. DEMAR DORSEY

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6. BOUBACAR CISSOKO

file-not-found7. THIS GUY FRUITLESSLY CHASING A 235 POUND INDIANA FRESHMAN (NOT THE WHITE ONE)

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Indiana's Darius Willis runs 90 yards for a fourth quarter touchdown.        Photos are of the University of Michigan vs. Indiana University at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, September 26, 2009.  (The Detroit News / David Guralnick)

8. THIS GUY WHO TILTS HIS HEAD IN A NON-CONFIDENCE INSPIRING WAY

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9. RICHARD NIXON

richard_nixon 10. SOME OTHER FRESHMEN, THIS ONE A QUARTERBACK

courtney-avery-visit11. AND THIS ONE SPORTING A NAME CONFUSINGLY SIMILAR TO THAT OF HIS BROTHER, WHO IS 249 POUNDS AND WILL PROBABLY BE PLAYING THE SAME POSITION THIS FALL

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HE DOESN'T EVEN KNOW WHICH HATS ARE UGLY YET

12. NIXON AGAIN

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13. JAMES ROGERS

…WAIT, SERIOUSLY, SAMMY DAVIS JUNIOR?

Comments

03 Blue 07

August 18th, 2010 at 12:02 PM ^

Hey, maybe James Rogers will be good. I mean, he did catch a pass or two last year, right? At least if a QB screws up and throws directly to him, he'll conceivably be able to intercept, right?

This is what you would call irrational denial. The glass isn't half full or half empty. The fucking glass has exploded and no longer holds anything.

03 Blue 07

February 24th, 2011 at 12:02 AM ^

Six months later, and I'm just now seeing this reply to my comment. Yes, we'd go to Rick's, but we'd probably have a sharkbowl race, you'd vomit, and proceed to build a chair fort over the vomit, explaining that it was okay. . . and it would be okay; the chair fort was seen as an acceptable Type I barricade. Yes, it would be a Type I barricade. I know this from my profession. Which means it's knowledge acquired since said chair fort building. And replaced some older, cooler knowledge in my limited brain. Fuck my life.

West Texas Blue

August 18th, 2010 at 12:04 PM ^

Our fearless leader's tweets last night were quite entertaining.  Nothing like the booze to ease the pain of another Michigan heartbreak.  Oh Michigan secondary, what could've been...

hokiewolf

August 18th, 2010 at 3:48 PM ^

It was just a drill (THIS IS ONLY A DRILL).  It would take a lot of work to accidentally kill yourself with a drill.  Now, if he had a circular saw . . . 

"Is this like that time you tried to drill a hole in your head?"

"That would have worked if you hadn't stopped me."

Grahambino

August 18th, 2010 at 12:06 PM ^

Wouldn't it be an interesting twist if Devin Gardner or Forcier stepped up enough that it would free Robinson to go and play DB?  Possibly play him two ways?  At least then we can have someone catch an overweight under-talented Freshman RB from Indiana.

His Dudeness

August 18th, 2010 at 12:21 PM ^

I plug my disappointment with those sweet little pills that when placed in water turn into a sponge slightly resembling a dinosaur and, of course, youtube clips of the Andy Milonakis Show theme song. Pancakes on my face and shit.

Jebus

August 18th, 2010 at 12:08 PM ^

Anybody else still have eligibility?  I'm sure they could use a 36 year old fat guy with limited flexibility, mobility, or strength.  7.53 40 time!  Walk-on, baby, walk-on!

UM2k1

August 18th, 2010 at 12:28 PM ^

I think you may be on to something here.  Not saying the RR is to blame for this (injury) in any conceivable way, but I do believe this will be a big enough hit to the weakest part of our team, that it could sway a couple of games, and ultimately decide the fate of our coach.  I am now looking back fondly at late winter when we were discussing the possibility of Woolfolk returning to safety with Turner and Dorsey playing CB.  I was worried about having two young, very talented guys playing CB with a good safety, and now I long for that "problem".

The FannMan

August 18th, 2010 at 2:33 PM ^

worries me more than anything.  The DBs were the weak link and they are now a lot weaker.  If this leads to another 5 or (please no) less win season I don't know if RR survives.  Don't get me wrong -  I am not talking about what "should" or what I want to happen, just was is likley.  If we have another '08, I just don't see Brandon keeping him around.  RR is not Brandon's hire and Brandon has been in place long enough now to take control.  This makes total implosion (a la '08) so much more likely.  I am terrified that about what happens if RR is fired at the end of the year.  All of the returning talent on the team was recruited by him to play in his system.  I don't want to be here in February talking about how all three QBs have transfered b/c they don't want to play in Coach X's system.  Even if we get Harbough to come here in '11, he would have to rebuild and then it would be another three years before that is done.  That is six years of sucking.  At that point, we're a team that used to be good a long time ago.  (The way people talk about Pitt in the 70s.)

So, like Cullen and TJ, step-the-hell-up and prevent the above. 

BTW - Brian, I want good news.  At this point, just make some shit up!

Zone Left

August 18th, 2010 at 12:12 PM ^

Everyone that took the under on the first post of the day won.  I was guessing silence after these gems last night:

you know you are an M fan when you eat leftover summer squash pakoras with american cheese and drink cointreau with diet seven up.

  • ATTENTION TWITTER: I am drinking tea *and* an alcoholic substance I can no longer identify. If JT Floyd can multitask like this we're set.

  • These couches aren't going anywhere! #pwnedhardwoodfloors #nothingelsematters
  • Baxter

    August 18th, 2010 at 12:15 PM ^

    Are you still drunk, or was this, as the title alludes, the effects of the morning after? (I hear that Al Backey had a great spring... and all-state in track all four years of high school.)

    GoBlueYork

    August 18th, 2010 at 12:16 PM ^

    Was going to attend the New York function next Tuesday with Brian and try to ask a question or two about RRod and the D, now I'll just go shot for shot with him.

    Moe Greene

    August 18th, 2010 at 12:17 PM ^

    If there were ever a gathering of the MGoTribe, it would have to be punctuated by a Morrissey concert - or maybe a Smiths reunion.

    Dig in and hold that rope y'all  - it's getting heavy!

    MGoJen

    August 18th, 2010 at 12:18 PM ^

    My grandma died last night.  If bad things truly come in threes, I'm waiting for the third worst thing ever.  Hopefully it's just that like, my lip gloss melted or something.