February 13th, 2016 at 5:26 PM ^

Well, let's just make that Michigan junior as well as former MGoBlogger (under this name at least). Some people come out swinging, others come out whacking off, but simply being mean after you've been warned a few times not to be, well, a douche just doesn't make for much of a future here. 

Feel free to tell those truths elsewhere....or under your new account, whicheve comes first. No, you won't be able to reply to this - that's the beauty of blocking.


February 13th, 2016 at 5:24 PM ^

Your sneering condescension towards WD that you couched in pompous "truth-telling" is pretty rich.

StoneRoses, June 3rd, 2013: "I currently am a used car salesman in Kalamazoo, MI"

As for calling a spade a spade:

StoneRoses, December 3rd, 2012: "If ever there was a defensive player that should win the heisman besides Woodson, it would be Teo. Just a great kid (man) and the heart and soul of his team. This might be blashphemy on this board but I personally think Teo meant more to 2012 ND than Woodson meant to 1997 Michigan."

Space Coyote

February 13th, 2016 at 5:19 PM ^

I choose not to look down or talk bad about people solely for where they do or don't go to college. That goes for Harvard, UM, MSU, CMU, Ivy League Tech, trade school. I do tend to look down on people for being ass holes, annoying, etc. And I tend to find people that look down on others solely for where they went or didn't go to college ass holes, annoying, etc. That goes for Michigan alum making fun of a Sparties education (there's a lot more to make fun of them than resorting to that) to Sparties calling people Walmart Wolverines.


February 13th, 2016 at 4:41 PM ^

That is exactlywhat i just did too.  Read that shit comment on my phone and then logged in to downvote it.

Hard for me to believe that sometime next year (god willing) Beilein will pass Orr and will move into first place in MIchigan wins.  I will say the W/L percentage for Orr, Frieder & Fisher is much better than coach B however.

snarling wolverine

February 13th, 2016 at 5:19 PM ^

And none of those guys inherited a program going through a decade-long tourney drought.  Orr and Fisher inherited loaded programs (Fisher of course won it all as interim coach).   Frieder did have to do some rebuilding, but Michigan had recently won the Big Ten (1977) and made the national championship game (1976), so recruits knew of the program's stature. 

Beilein's record is weighed down a lot by that 10-22 first season.  Since then he's 175-95.