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  • yes they were, but i always respected both of them, same with Lou Holtz and the guy with the pork pie hat in Bama, great coaches, great games, different era. College is still the better game, i don't even watch on sundays and havent for twenty years. But every Saturday, well that's game day
    Scott Merryfield
    Scott Merryfield
    My passion for Michigan football hasn't diminished, but I do still watch some NFL, too. I mostly watch the Steelers games, as I was raised a Steelers fan (my mother is from western PA). The Steelers - Jags game will be the only playoff game I see this weekend -- mostly because of other commitments, but I made sure I would be home for this one game.
    dana martin
    dana martin
    Buckeye Football has been part of my life since 1972, damn has it been that long,
    back to Keith Jackson, i remember as a child, he made a Purdue / Northwestern game sound good, this was in the 70's, when the both sucked, that is a talent
    mary dueitt
    mary dueitt
    if ther is anyone that has lazer disks and records
    i just wish Meyer and Harbaugh had the same respect for each other that Woody and Bo did, even at the en of a bad game on either side, walk to the middle of the field and shake the man's hand

    Nice Picture, by the way, i know i bleed Scarlet and Gray, but i am also a B1G guy, i would rather see the Blue & Maise than Bama anyday
    Scott Merryfield
    Scott Merryfield
    Yeah, both Harbaugh and Meyer can be asses. Bo and Woody both had tempers, but they also had respect for each other. Of course, Bo coached under Woody, which gave that relationship an entirely different dynamic.

    I started watching college football right at the beginning of the Bo era at Michigan. Those Bo & Woody wars were some great times.
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