Friday, September 04, 2009

This Tornado Loves You

Donovan Warren: "That's one of the main things we've talked about. We want to bring back the fire to Michigan - make opponents be scared to play us, like they were back in the old days.”



Warren: "People talk, and they don't really know what we went through last year, and some of the things that happened. Everybody in this building knows the things that went on. This is a family here.”



Richard Retyi: Do you have any hidden talents?
Nick Sheridan: I write left handed. I don’t know if that’s interesting.

Tate Forcier: “At Fan Day, one guy asked me to sign his chest”





Doug Karsch: In your entire football career, how many times have you been chased down from behind?
Denard Robinson: *deep in thought* I don’t recall.

Nick Sheridan: “Denard, he’s his own specimen…I don’t have any of that in me.”




Tony Gibson: “I think they’re excited to go out there and take some live bullets”



Justin Boren: "Michigan football was a family, built on mutual respect and support for each other from Coach Carr on down. We knew it took the entire family, a team effort, and we all worked together. I have great trouble accepting that those family values have eroded in just a few months."

Jason Olesnavage, after dinner at Offensive Coordinator Calvin Magee's house: “Coach McGee forced us to eat some ice cream and brownies for dessert.”




4 Comments:

Blogger Rash said...

"Jason Olesnavage, after dinner at Offensive Coordinator Tony McGee's house: 'Coach McGee forced us to eat some ice cream and brownies for dessert.'"


Quick correction: Michigan's OC is Calvin Magee. Tony McGee is a Michigan tight end from back in the day.

6:43 AM  
Blogger Jerry Hinnen said...

Neko FTW.

(Also, of course, this blog FTW.)

12:39 PM  
Blogger Adam said...

Another quality post, surprise surprise.

6:20 PM  
Anonymous pay per head call center said...

haha what a nice surprise was to look at those pictures from Seinfield, my favorite comedy show of all time!

11:11 PM  

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