So, there's a house for sale in Barton Hills then, right.
Herbstreit's fault says Terry Foster.
Here is the sad thing. Miles wanted Michigan. Michigan wanted Miles. But somehow an Ohio State man ruined it. I just don't understand how this could happen.
If Herbsteit did not report this story Athletic Director Bill Martin would be speaking to him today about coming to Michigan.
Impartiality from ESPN's analyst? I think not. Here he is trying to defend himself (from WDFN via MLive):
All I can tell you, at the end of the day," he said, "what happened was I really believe that he was going to be announced as Michigan's coach and LSU felt that they were tired of hearing about this, and the fact that it was on national TV, and their players were sitting around, and there's all this speculation. They needed to do something quickly, and they did."
Ya, thanks. You'll probably get a fresh set of gold pants for that one.
The rest of the internets on this BCS weekend:
- A gorgeous flash presentation of how each coach voted on USA Today. [Coach Voting - USA Today.com]
- The Realest's ask "Why not App State's Jerry Moore?" as they pick the top ten candidates for the Michigan job. [Top Ten Michigan Candidates - The Realests]
- Penn State hates the BCS, and the Big Ten. [The National Title of BCS Crap - TINNOMJ]
- "I did not talk to Les Miles or his agent this past week in accordance with the wishes of Skip Bertman and the LSU Athletic Department."-Bill Martin. Now that it's over Bill, the appropriate question would be...why? [Martin Press Release - MLive]
- Sports Gone South reminds us that we should be filling out our brackets right now. [Santa Claus, The Easter Bunny... - SGS]
- At least somebody is happy. [Michigan Dodges Bullet - Heismanpundit]
- Illinois, with three losses, including one to the team that lost to App State, is celebrating going to Pasadena. [The Sweet Smell of Roses - Illinitalk]
- Alex Legion has decided to transfer from Kentucky. What an asshole. [God Changed His Mind Again - The Conquering Heroes]