RichROD on ESPNEWS

Submitted by Frank Drebin on September 13th, 2009 at 1:02 PM

RichROD will be on ESPNEWS shortly to talk about the win. Just an FYI.

Edit: Should be shortly after 1pm EST.

Comments

Engin77

September 13th, 2009 at 1:18 PM ^

I didn't tune over there until 1:08 and the sports editor from Knoxville, TN was saying "A win over OSU in Columbus doesn't carry the weight it once did; its expected." Ouch, how long until the calls for a new coach begin?

But the big question, did I miss RichRod?

RodRox

September 13th, 2009 at 1:25 PM ^

but, when is the video torrent or wolverinehistorian clip of the game is going to be posted? I was out of country and obviouslt deprived. Thanks guys and Go Blue!

P.S. Michigan is recognized > Notre dame in foreign countries. Football and academics.

Engin77

September 13th, 2009 at 1:31 PM ^

P.S. Notre Dame played Navy in Ireland a few years ago, and IIRC the Irish citizens were completely unaware of the ND nickname; and somewhat miffed by the "Fighting" aspect.

RodRox

September 13th, 2009 at 1:50 PM ^

Thanks folks! I do not have access to ESPN 360 (don't have the necessary internet provider). I'm sure mgovideo will come through soon. Such a great feeling. Almost like how troy smith crushed our spirits moving around and killing us a few years ago, Notre Dame gotta be feeling the same. Spread just is more "open" to improvisation than pro-set (nothing genius here, just a nidus for recurrent frustration when we were prostyle).

pontoon

September 13th, 2009 at 1:56 PM ^

Well that was a little disappointing. I can't believe I've done nothing for the past hour and it lasts not even two minutes. Anyways, my cliff Notes theater/paraphrased version of the interview...

Michael Kim says it was a big win and asks Rich Rod whats keeping Tate from being the man from here on out. Response: "lots of folks are already saying he is the man..." Then said how they're still high on shoelace and reminded everyone that he has only been there 4 weeks. And "as long as they keep trying and get better we'll be ok."