Tuesday, November 27, 2007

He obviously have never heard of a player called Mike Hart

Situation I was watching Smallville Season 4 episode 7. Jason Teague was telling Clark Kent that he had no idea how he managed to run over a guy that outweighs him by 100 pounds.

Jason : I don't know how you did it.
Clark : (looks downwards)
Jason : The coach suspects that you're on performance enhancing drugs.
Clark : like steroids?
Jason : look, you broke 2 of his collarbones, and he's 100 pounds heavier than you.

*I pause the playback and monologue starts*
Me : Well, clocking someone 100 pounds heavier than you isn't really that big a deal.
Jason : I'd like to see you do that.
Me : I can't, of course, but have you seen a player called Mike Hart play football?
Jason : Nope, but do you mean he's as strong as Clark, (momentary pause, whispers), you know, he's superman after all.
Me : It depends on how strong Superman is, I guess. (stops for a while) how did you know about Clark anyway?
Jason : dude, I am in your monologue.
Me : K, peace.

*resumes watching

Nooo.. Ferentz, NOOOO!

This is still me, google has a knack on pissing me off coz of the account permissions.

anyway to the main topic of the post:


Saturday, November 24, 2007


That damn thing just won't work.

But it will, soon.

going back to work after this.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

what kind of speculation is this?

on Les Miles being the next Michigan Head Coach

1) He realizes that if he passes on this opportunity, he might never get a second chance if the next Michigan head coach does a good job. It came at a poor time for him, it came when he was building up the LSU program that suffered a hit from Saban.

2) the LSU athletic director said "he's not a Michigan man, he's an LSU man". that's just wrong, he could be both at the same time.

3) If you've never been a Michigan man you'd probably don't know, if given a choice, that Michigan will keep winning, even if it means me being the Janitor I would go for it. It should be the same for Les, if it means Michigan winning he would bolt. Well to be fair, I have never known what it's like to be an "LSU man".

4) If Bo was alive he wouldn't mind if Les didn't come back, and Les is fully aware of that. But it doesn't matter, it shouldn't affect his decision.

5) Saban left for money, Les will probably never leave for money, he's loyal to the LSU program, but Michigan is offering a lot more than just money.

6) It's a choice between the LSU loyalty and the Michigan dream, I feel for him, I really hope he would make his choice to come to A2 after LSU's season is over, but it's his choice, it's a kind of torment, and no one deserves such treatment. You got to know when a person is forced to make such a decision, even the toughest of men would break down.

7) As a michigan fan, I hope that he'll take up the offer, but if he doesn't, I will accept it, and wish him the best of luck in LSU. even Braylon would do "O-H-I-O". everyone has their own dreams to pursue.

Sunday, November 11, 2007

It's interesting how things play out.

Ohio State and Michigan are both 6-1 in the conference.
Illinois is now 5-2, trailing by one game

Lets' look at what possible outcomes of The Game here in A2 on saturday.

If Michigan Wins
Final Conference Standing - Michigan, Illinois, Ohio St.

If Michigan Loses
Final Conference Standing - Ohio St., Michigan, Illinois

The difference due to the head-to-head tie breaker.

Michigan lost everything in the first 2 weeks of the season, we have nothing to lose and everything to win next week. Win and go to Rose bowl, lose and go to Capital one.

Ohio St. is the different story, a win gives them rose bowl berth, but a loss to Michigan would mean taking a hit in the final BCS rankings, and they probably can't get an at large bid to a BCS bowl.

but there's more, they can't even get to the Capital One bowl (with Illinois being 2nd in the conference), which means they would have to settle with the Outback bowl. think about it, you're ranked 1st in the country for 4 weeks, being the team ranked no.1 for the longest time this season. and you have to settle with an Outback bowl bid? It's going to be frustrating, definitely.

The more reason for us to stomp those buckeyes at home.

Go Blue!

P.S. thank you Iowa for keeping Illinois out of the picture.

Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Cry Baby Spartans

I don't feel any remorse, in fact I feel great pleasure at making babies cry, as long as those babies are from the self proclaimed "upstate rival" of ours at East Lansing.

Hoyer, the Quarterback from Michigan State remarked on the "little brother" comment by Mike Hart:
"Let's just put it this way, if anybody hadn't taken this personal up until this point, it's personal now," Hoyer said, with his voice starting to tremble halfway through his comment.

"Sooner or later, the little brother -- you want to put us that way -- you get pushed around enough, (Hoyer gulps with his eyes all red at this point) , the little brother fights back and kicks the other brother's ass."

He then covered his face with the palm of his hands and started sobbing loudly, finally letting out a loud cry, "waaaaa!!!". The crowd in the Press Conference looked in disdain, confusion, and some, with a smirk in response to the sudden weeping.

Yeah, crying after a game, calling things personal will actually help you beat Michigan. If I were you I'd use the extra time to watch film and taking reps on the practice field.

From some anonymous dude in North Campus,

Michigan - 109 Years Of Making Michigan State Babies Cry

About this blog

A lot of stuff about what I think, and not what I am about. Which is good, because I would be able to make fun of Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Penn State, and discuss on our futility against Ohio State. (But Woo Shoelace!)

I still think the word "god" should not be capitalized, because like oxygen or air or universe, it's an entity, and is not specific or special in its meaning.