First off, it's been a Coon's Age. In hillbilly slang that's 8 1/2 years. Well tarnation! I haven't seen Poncho in a coon's age. Well, I've been hitting all over this lovely country developing questionably priced lunch options for you and yours.
As someone who follows Michigan football and has watched many games at the Big House in Ann Arbor, I've been extremely confused by Coach Dick Rod and his short time out in Michigan. Recently the school punished itself for a series of violations.
The sanctions included a recommendation for two years of probation for the NCAA's winningest football program, which is 8-16 in two seasons under coach Rich Rodriguez. The school also said seven people, including Rodriguez, had been reprimanded and another was fired. The school said it should not be tagged as a repeat offender despite a 2003 scandal in the basketball program -- a key argument, since the designation would almost certainly mean harsher penalties from the NCAA.
We're imposing on ourselves what we believe is corrective actions, athletic director David Brandon said in an interview with The Associated Press. "Ultimately, the NCAA will decide what the appropriate sanctions and penalties are.
I'm not the smartest whip in the closet, but it seems like the Wolverines have a bit of trouble out there in Ann Arbor. Throw in Mr. Robinson as the joker and the Big Blue football team has a fierce duo of fire and Ice. Dick Rod, the Marrone like Ball Buster and Grob, the motionless, placid bowl of stew that is still living on his Denver Bronco resume.
Right now Bo Schembechler is punching his coffin and droppin' F Bombs six feet under the ground.