Adrian

February 4th, 2010 at 8:22 AM ^

It really isnt that good of a read. Mostly its about a Purdue fan who still isnt over that Rich managed to steal Roundtree from them and how he cant stop thinking others from Purdues class will do the same. Nothing really to see or read

ldoublee

February 4th, 2010 at 8:25 AM ^

the terms "wizard hat" and "snake oil" would not be in our recruiting lexicon. While the photoshop picture with Richrod holding a bottle of snakeoil wearing the wizard hat never fails to make me chuckle, the overuse of the terms is a bit tiresome.

scottcha

February 4th, 2010 at 10:02 AM ^

True, but it seems like losing Roundtree rocked them to the core, more than any measly win streak can even hope to do.

This article is nothing but a steam of consciousness whine festival with no substance. Something better suited for someone's twitter. In short, the reason no one takes b/r seriously. For every good article on the site, there's 75 morons pissing and moaning about how life isn't fair.

HHW

February 4th, 2010 at 8:28 AM ^

Not sure what he's complaining about. Purdue is 2-0 against us since we "stole" Roundtree. I would think they would make that trade every time.

AlbMichFan

February 4th, 2010 at 8:52 AM ^

That seriously was one of the best articles based on fatcs that i have read in awhile. Someone should let Drew Sharp know about this so he can read it himself and maybe learn a thing or two about writting with facts not out of your Arse...

Tater

February 4th, 2010 at 9:04 AM ^

...if it was titled, "How Richard Roundtree changed signing day by 'Shafting' Purdue."

Since it wasn't, I'll take my entertainment from this quote:
"It's horrible to log on to my favorite message board and see a post saying "so-and-so switches to Michigan"...only to find out it's a joke from somebody with a cruel, twisted mind."

It would almost be worth having an identity on their message boards around signing day next year just to post that one of their best prospects switched to Michigan. Normally, I wouldn't pick on such a bottom-feeder, but Danny Hope choosing to "rub it in" last season has changed my opinion of Purdue a bit.

It was also a lot of fun to vote "bottom three" in their recruiting class poll.