youn2948

January 8th, 2014 at 5:03 PM ^

GET A BIG NAME EEEE!!!!   YES THIS DESERVES ALL CAPS!!!  From someone who said, don't fire anyone haha.  GOD I HOPE WE GET A BIG NAME... *tries to stop jumping up and down*

youn2948

January 8th, 2014 at 5:16 PM ^

When we fired him I personally wanted us to make him OC(if his ego agreed), and bring someone else in.  We had/have the money to have paid him a HC salary at OC.  Hell I want us to bring someone in, steal a dude from the NFL for 2 million.  B1G, Michigan has the money and I think it's time for DB to write the check, unless he's just a dragon hoarding his stash.

JamieH

January 8th, 2014 at 7:18 PM ^

What head coach in their right mind would take a demotion to offensive coordiator at the school that just fired him?  Rich Rod didn't succeed at Michigan but he was still a head coach and was clearly going to be a head coach somewhere else.  There was no chance in hell ever that he would have been the OC here and even suggesting it to him would have been the equivalent of spitting in his face.  And I'm not even a Rich Rod fan.

Tha Stunna

January 8th, 2014 at 5:05 PM ^

Wow... I was sure this was a clickbait title.  Nice find.  How do you summarize the career of someone who was responsible for some of the best and worst offensive days at Michigan?

 

That does make me wonder if perhaps DB is taking a heavier hand on the reins.

fatbastard

January 8th, 2014 at 5:17 PM ^

I wonder if Brady made the decision, or Brandon did.  I am very surprised by this move.  I sincerely hope that the move was made solely for football performance on the field, and didn't have anything to do with slow psd renewals.  I would hate to think Brandon's infuence is that pervasive.

fatbastard

January 8th, 2014 at 5:18 PM ^

I wonder if Brady made the decision, or Brandon did.  I am very surprised by this move.  I sincerely hope that the move was made solely for football performance on the field, and didn't have anything to do with slow psd renewals.  I would hate to think Brandon's infuence is that pervasive.