September 1st, 2009 at 5:15 PM ^

Not just him, but nearly all those douches on Around the Horn jumped on the RR hating bandwagon.

I haven't watched that show in a long time, but happened to catch it just now. All I have to say is "Wow." Talking heads indeed. Not an original thought in there.

Just another reminder of why I limit my ESPN intake. Makes you stupid.


September 1st, 2009 at 5:17 PM ^

The discussion was what I call enlightening. I assumed these guys actually read more than an abstract on what they comment on. They have just proven they don't.

Bob Ryan "Of course he's guilty."

Reali calling them out. "Innocent until proven guilty unless on this show."


September 1st, 2009 at 5:18 PM ^

It goes to show how little everybody on ESPN knows, aside from Herbstreit. They all take what they read at face value and assume the worst is always true in regards to Michigan and RR. Everybody on Around the Horn says absolutely RR cheated and he is definitely guilty. Now I like to watch for a good laugh at the ridiculousness of it all.


September 1st, 2009 at 5:28 PM ^

Was pathetic. My favorite part was where one of them said (I think it was Woody) "It's awful when their parents come to visit them in AA they couldn't spend any time with them because they had to go to practice"

Wow... That couldn't be FURTHER from the truth.


September 1st, 2009 at 5:25 PM ^

Fuck em' all. It is Us vs. the world now.

Take down their names and if you are ever in a position to run in to one of these "experts" in person, don't forget to call them out to their face on what weasels they are.

Tha Stunna

September 1st, 2009 at 5:30 PM ^

Did you read the last part? He said Michigan could easily lose to Western because Denard Robinson doesn't tie his shoes and would likely trip on the way to the endzone. What terrible coaches we have.

I hear RichRod also used the word "fuck" once too; he's no Michigan man.


September 1st, 2009 at 5:36 PM ^

These Jerks are just trying kick us when we are down! On a daily basis they display how much they are removed from athletics. I would venture to say that Mariotti got cut from his high school Tidly Winks team. I played college ball, albeit not at a big ten school, and your days are long. What the media doesn't get, or in Rosenberg's case is carefully dancing around, is that you can be around for ten hours but only practice for four hours. The rest of the time could be spent on film, training room, weights, etc. That's what it takes to win!


September 1st, 2009 at 9:46 PM ^

"It surely would prompt the firing of Rodriguez, who has done nothing right since his 2008 hiring, a supposed coup that instantly became regrettable when he lost the recruiting battle for heralded quarterback Terrelle Pryor"

Yeah, we regretted the choice when he didn't get the #1 player who we originally had no shot at. Sureeeeeeee...