April 6th, 2016 at 7:39 PM ^

Oh Bull. We all love when we're right. I didn't actually nail it but I felt there just had to be more to the story than this young man was letting on. It' s just not the type of rejection and then later on offer you would associate with a coach whose had success at every stop. You certainly don't have to blow fairy dust up their anal cavity, but I am certain these successful coaches go out of their way to leave the best possible impression.

Look what happened two days after the media, and even some of our fans attacked Harbaugh just prior to signing day.  Within a day, the young man made certain to clear up the misunderstanding. Actually, in both of these cases, the players still received D1 scholies and a chance to prove themselves.

Mr. Elbel

April 6th, 2016 at 9:59 PM ^

I just don't understand. Why not fuck gold star instead? Skyline chili is like the taco bell of chili. My stomach says no but my mouth says yes. Also, the turnpike is my friend because I can stop and get everything I need without actually feeling like I'm stopping in Ohio. It's nice.

Still, as long as you don't say fuck cedar point, we're good.

Edit: also....fuck ohio.


April 6th, 2016 at 9:16 PM ^

I'm going to go out on a crazy limb and say that the rather raw and emotional statements Young made about Meyer ring much more "real" than this typed-out PR letter that might as well have been dictated by a UK coach/rep who didn't want this to spiral out of control.

I'm sure Meyer said what he said, and it's probably 100% true that he meant it.  But this really shouldn't be as big of a deal as it is.


April 6th, 2016 at 10:40 PM ^

are you quoting when you say "misattributing"? He doesn't say he was misattributed in the tweet, he basically confirms what he said earlier??? I'm confused.