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Thanks for coming up with The BBQ at the Big House Rich!
That is all
This post was edited by CWEBB 9 months ago
This is ridiculous. Somebody tell RR to work on his D instead of playing dress up games.
His ego is still as big as ever I see.
I wouldn't mind him doing some work in the PAC-12.
I would love to see Hoke knock him down a peg in the Rose Bowl.
Well it's a bit better with the addition of the football clips, but still...
And how is this not just nepotism for his family's video production career. Everyone in the video's credits is a relative. That's not a good message.
Thanks for the BBQ RR but no thanks for the 3 worst years in Michigan football history.
Please no more RR posts on the Michigan board.
What the hell....
Again..... Rod, really???
Watching these videos almost makes you forget that Arizona lost to Oregon 49-0 and UCLA 66-10...
Looks like Rich Rod's defense followed him out west. Good riddance.
When you think about it, it really is ridiculous for a coach to waste time on crap like this.
The videos are corny but it brings publicity to the program. Any publicity is good publicity
RR's time at Michigan often felt like one embarrassing story after another, every day. Are you saying that was "good" publicity for the program?
No, I meant that sarcastically but w/e.
I'm with you. The UM fans that continually get down on this man either know nothing of the situation he inherited or just don't care. That is was a bad fit goes without saying. Lloyd really, in all serious, no joking around, left the next guy virtually table scraps and minus an entire recruiting class. Difficult to come right in and pick up the pieces in a situation like that. If he had inherited the talent Urb inherited at Ohio, he'd probably still be here. And I truly have my doubts about Carr being a Michigan man. I know of no other Michigan coach that has suggested to his recruits to go elsewhere. Now that is the definition of one of the above posters above who said, "all about him." Hell he walked into AZ and inherited more talent and deeper as well than he did in AA. Leave the guy alone. He did what he could with a qb that never got a scholarship and when he threw the ball you really wasn't sure if he did it with his foot or his arm. This is Michigan fergodsakes.
The talent he had here his first year was good enough to go better than 3-9. That's all I'll say.
I’ll never understand why Carr doesn't get more hate for that.
I’m happy RR is gone, but I wish him the best at Zona. He’s a good coach, it just didn't work out here. I’m grateful for the player’s he brought to Michigan.
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