December 29th, 2016 at 2:46 PM ^

Watching the Rich Rod and Hoke era and projectile vomiting at least once a season. Examples? Sure, running the same play into the back of a linemans ass for no gain at least 5 x's a game on 3rd down and 2. Then there's the fumble into opposing teams arms as soon as the offense looks like they might start moving the ball. The 15 yard sack that takes the team out of a field goal to tie the game. The coach after another blowout loss saying "well we just aren't getting the execusion we need to win these games"  Calling the last timeout the team has because the coaches couldn't get the play to the huddle in time to get the ball snapped for a delay of game.

I did not know how good these past two years have been for my stress levels and blood pressure till just now after recounting the nightmare scenarios those two clowns put me through almost every damn Fall weekend. Thank You Jim Harbaugh for making my life so much more fun to enjoy and say I am a Wolverine with pride.

Wisconsin Wolverine

December 29th, 2016 at 11:57 AM ^

The experience of vomiting is usually somewhat jarring, at the very least. It's a weird feeling, and you're generally not trying to do anything else while it happens. I'm impressed by how focused he was, that his body being dramatically uncooperative didn't stop him from doing what he was out there to do. Hell, that second one looked downright routine.


December 29th, 2016 at 10:13 AM ^

Part of me wants to say that he suddenly realized he was playing in th Heart Of Dallas Bowl and reacted the way most people would to that sudden revelation, but then you also feel bad for the kid because now you've just chucked on national television and in front of a large portion of your fanbase by extension.


December 29th, 2016 at 10:25 AM ^

to mention, why was that kid on the field?!  One minute he is fine and the next minute he pukes in a way only rivaled by a Bloody Mary and wine mix hangover?  Was there ever any indication before he was put in the game that he might have some form of awful infectious disease?

Too funny.


December 29th, 2016 at 10:24 AM ^

yacked on the field or sideline every game. I was really surprised how it went on for so long before people noticed. Yacked in the field a bunch of times so imagine being tackled into/onto it later on. I could handle spit and chaw but puke? I'd run to the locker room to shower ASAP haha

Everyone Murders

December 29th, 2016 at 10:28 AM ^

How do you not hand off to the RB in that situation?  You gonna tackle him? 

(I mean, if they were playing the Marine Corps War College, the defense would be unfazed.  But a cadet?  It's worth at least a try to test their mettle.)


December 29th, 2016 at 10:29 AM ^

I am not sure why but this took me back to my youth..I saw a kid get hit near the goal line in practice and he got up with greenish dog poop smeared into his earhole..the kid who tackled him instantly started projectile barfing..what a circus