Truthbtold

March 18th, 2016 at 11:41 AM ^

Since it features the two biggest cry baby losers in all of football. Two whiny ass coaches who both want to fool you into thinking they have good teams even tho neither can manage to even win their own conference.
What a joke. Yea sure, send your kid to this camp if you want him to learn to make excuses and blame everyone else for his failures. Be sure he packs a tissue.

Maybe it's just so they can share stories about how MSU came back in the fourth quarter of both match-ups to remind them who's boss. They will probably talk about how much it hurt their feelings and how their pussy was really sore the next day....they are perfect together

Is Jim spending to night at Art's house ? Probably so...

HOUSTON is the best team in Texas....not Baylor

"Michigan" Not the most dominate team in Michigan! MSU is, and has been for many, many years

#1 instruction camp at what exactly ? Losing the big games, failing when it matters ?? How to not get a trophy ???

FrankMurphy

March 17th, 2016 at 3:54 PM ^

In fairness, Baylor is an excellent school academically and probably has one of the two most successful football programs among academically elite universities over the past five years or so (the other being Stanford). Even in strictly football terms, they've won 10+ games in four of the last five seasons.

Truthbtold

March 18th, 2016 at 11:43 AM ^

Losing to MSU
Coaches that whine like school girls, and blame refs
Can't beat teams ranked higher
Have not won anything in over 20years
Kidding themselves into thinking they matter at all to anyone
Mark Dantonios favorite places to take a shit
Top 5 programs that are Not the best in their State. ( MSU, Houston)

Truthbtold

March 18th, 2016 at 10:27 AM ^

UM is top 5 for first 30 years, Not top 5 for the last 100 combined years. Also over that same 100 year period OSU has owned UM, just like it does today.

Last 100 years- OSU 54 wins vs. Michigan 46

Seems that when the rules changed and schools could no longer pay players to play who were not actual students that the tide changed, it's been all OSU ever since. Just Ohio kids beating stupid Ohio kids.

orangeda

March 17th, 2016 at 4:06 PM ^

prime contenders for the CFB playoffs next year, so it's really not that far off to say two top 5 programs, it's not as if he's claiming Baylor is a historical top 5 program.

lilpenny1316

March 17th, 2016 at 3:07 PM ^

Coaches used to come up to Ann Arbor all the time to learn from Bo.  RichRod had coaches come to Tulane, Clemson and West Virginia to learn about his offense.  It's nice to see coaches working together like this.  

Could you imagine if Briles and Harbaugh takes some notes from each other?  Briles with 3 TE sets and Harbaugh trotting out the spread on Sparty's open-fly zone.

Tater

March 17th, 2016 at 11:31 PM ^

Why can't the idiots among our fanbase just enjoy that fact that we have Harbaugh and he is generating the biggest "buzz" in football around the University of Michigan instead of making snarky comments about former coaches who, no matter their shortcomings, worked their asses off for the program?

Maybe it's time to stop being douchebags about the past and embrace the positivity that is going on around the program right now.

Space Coyote

March 17th, 2016 at 3:08 PM ^

Might as well learn how to play with 22 personnel all bunched in a small box and with 10 personnel while spread out as far as possible. Couldn't be more contrasting schemes, which really should make for a great learning experience for the kids.

Michiganguy19

March 17th, 2016 at 3:10 PM ^

Find someone willing to just host your staff... if something like this is against NCAA rules than I dont know what they are trying to accomplish. Ever heard of visiting professors?

Truthbtold

March 18th, 2016 at 11:57 AM ^

Would have Mark Dantonio from the best program in Michigan and Tom Herman from the best program in Texas.
Why have a camp with two coaches that are not even the best in their own states ?? It's like " hey guys, let's all go learn how to lose from the best" , " let's learn how to cry and whine in the post game interviews from the best cry babies in the game" .

1974

March 17th, 2016 at 3:14 PM ^

Both of these things are very unlikely. Which is less likely?

A. Harbaugh invites the University of Arizona staff (i.e., RichRod and crew) to Ann Arbor.

B. RichRod invites the Michigan staff to Tucson.

1VaBlue1

March 17th, 2016 at 4:15 PM ^

Rich Rod would never do that - he doesn't have the personality to swallow some pride and get UM on his side.  I mean, he couldn't do that when he was here...  Nonetheless, I'd be okay with it either way.  While he was an unmitigated disaster here, the man knows how to score points.  Anything that helps Harbaugh score more - or stop scoring - is good by me.

JayMo4

March 17th, 2016 at 3:15 PM ^

I like it purely because it gives Harbaugh the opportunity to bounce ideas off of someone that runs a very different system.  If he picks up a couple tricks to sprinkle into our offense between FB dives, that'll give opposing defenses further fits.

DonAZ

March 17th, 2016 at 3:25 PM ^

Agree ... from what I can see from Harbaugh, he is not locked into any football ideology other than winning within the rules of the game. 

Briles seems an interesting coach.  A different approach to the game, but he seems to get as much out of his talent on hand as he can. 

I like the cross-pollination.