Damn. After all these years of us watching and playing football, Tony just solved the whole god damn equation. Have players on your team that can score touchdowns AND have players that can stop the other team from scoring touchdowns. Score touchdowns and don’t have the other team score touchdowns. Score more points than the other team. Win the game. Wow. That’s…. genius!!
Ha! Eat shit, Belichick! Our Cleveland Browns beat reporter just laid out the winning formula for every football team at every level. The modern day Paul Brown if you will. Pretty soon he’ll be dropping knowledge dimes in baseball saying that “if the Indians allow less runs than they score, they’ll win.” Maybe he can reform basketball strategies too by saying “it’s better to shoot the ball and have it go in the basket, than have it not go in the basket.”
Did Tony just revolutionize the 3 major American sports this morning? He very well might have.
ps- I probably wouldn’t have even blogged about this but Grossi has Bottlegate blocked and I’m petty sooo
The Ohio State-Michigan rivalry never stops, takes no days off, and is the biggest rivalry in sports 24/7 365 days a year. Last night on Twitter proved this when former Buckeye players went IN on Jim Harbaugh after Jim made some stupid comment about tattoos in regards to Gene Smith’s comment about the Michigan football program.
Gene Smith’s comment that got the ball rolling:
Pretty harmless troll job from Gene here. Nothing too harsh or disparaging. But Harbaugh decided he’d swing back and try and go for the knockout:
Oh Jimmy. Don’t tweet about being relevant after that 42-13 drubbing to Ohio State in Novemeber and when Michigan’s record vs Ohio State over the past 15 years looks like this:
Harbaugh’s tweet soon caught the eye of a few very very good former Ohio State players, namely Zeke Elliott who went for the Jugular:
And Jim is dead. I’m actually a big fan of Harbaugh because he makes Michigan semi relevant again, but he had to know that his tweet would get this reaction.
Other Bucks players chimed in too:
Move over Cardale and Rousey, there’s a new power couple in Columbus. “Taylor Elliott” has a nice ring to it, eh? The “Heisman Trophy and Grammy Award winning couple” rolls off your tongue pretty smoothly.
Even if their relationship doesn’t work out, could you imagine the bangers that the break up would produce? Taylor’s song “Crop Top” about “the one who ran into her heart” would put “Bad Blood” and “Blank Space” to shame. Everyone knows the best part about Swift’s relationships are the songs that come after they end.
As if there was any chance of Taylor turning him down, Zeke turned to the heavy artillery:
Looks like college football has a new power couple.