September 12th, 2017 at 4:52 PM ^

All or Nothing is a great series.  Basically a season-long Hard Knocks, with less manufactured drama and slow-motion camera shots.  The 2015 Cardinals and 2016 Rams seasons are on Amazon Prime right now.  Worth your time if you're a football fan.

The Fugitive

September 12th, 2017 at 5:03 PM ^

I would bet he's less likely to care since this airs after the season. Keeping the 3 3 5 stack a secret leading up to Florida? Yes. Who cares if that footage is out there now.

I'm sure there are conversations/game plans that the AD is keeping under wraps, like how they feel about Urbz or Mike Dantonio.


September 12th, 2017 at 9:22 PM ^

Well if you want to go that route, then we are the followers.  Showtime has had a season series about Notre Dame (2015 season) and then Florida State (2016 season) so far.   I watched the FSU one about 2 months ago.  Well i watched all but the last episode that contained the Orange Bowl for obvious reasons.  


September 12th, 2017 at 8:54 PM ^

Cross country trips!!  Use Amazon Prime so happy there's some very relevant content.  Especially since this year could be really special.

BTW, Amazon Prime has been great.  Have 4 kids who need stuff constantly and to be able to get the free shipping and easy returns, it's been extremely helpful.



September 13th, 2017 at 2:17 PM ^

Agreed, it *really* impacted those 2014 and 2016 Bill Bellichick coached Patriots teams.

They were so close to actually losing Super Bowls the years the NFL was doing the "Do Your Job" documentaries on them, the distraction was probably the reason they didn't win by more in Super Bowl XLIX and LI


September 13th, 2017 at 9:57 AM ^

the smartest man in the room.  I can't believe more people are not talking about what a boon this will be for recruiting.  It will let recruits see the type of coach he is, how he coaches, how the staff cares for its players. It will let them feel close to the entire staff/team and make it feel like they already know them.  It will also save time on the recruiting trail as Harbaugh and Co. will not have to explain their coaching style as much and what to expect as a player. 

Long story short, there is a comfort in familiarity and this will make any recruite that watches more familar with the staff.


September 13th, 2017 at 4:00 PM ^

I'll be honest here and state that I have my concerns. UM no longer needs the publicity. Our FB program is back in the national spotlight. I hope this doesn't serve as a distraction to the players or the staff and their goals.