Friday, November 17, 2006


We're reasonably certain we weren't the last to rip Bo on the Internet but it still feels a little creepy. (We did wish him a fast recovery, for all the good that did). Two observations:

1. You're a real football program when your coach dies and it's the lead news story on CNN.

2. Michigan/OSU just became the biggest college football game ever.

RIP to the last of the true Tough Guy college football coaches.


At 7:38 PM, Anonymous College Football at said...

The night before this season's biggest College Football game, College Football lost one of the best coaches in NCAA history. The former Michigan coach Bo Schembechler died today at 77. In reports presented by ESPN and ABC news; Schembechler's heart may have not been able to take all the excitement and build-up of tomarrow's game. It is also stated that he had a heart-attack the night before the Rose Bowl in 1970. Schembechler was a seven-time Big Ten coach of the year, compiling a 194-48-5 record at Michigan from 1969-89. His record in 26 years of coaching was 234-65-8. He never had a losing season. Impressive! Read More...


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