Monday morning buffet

Grab that plate and go:

  • Mike Hamilton’s management genius continues to shine” … in fiscal 2008-09 UT’s athletics department reported a loss of nearly $3.2 million. The loss was the first for UT’s athletic program since 2005, school officials said.”
  • Brian Cook has some thoughts on the (relative) rash of minority head coach hires this offseason.  My feeling is that the fact that we’re not seeing anyone parading around asking for praise for that is the best sign of all.
  • This may be the first semi-witty post I’ve ever read on Bleacher Report.
  • Of course, with Coach O, truth can be more humorous than fiction.
  • Jakar Hamilton does not lack for self-confidence.
  • Tom Lemming tells us he’s coming around to the idea that kids commit to coaches, not programs.
  • Al Groh scores his first recruit for Georgia Tech.  Recruit describes his commitment as a “business decision”.  Enjoy the CFA Bowl, kid.
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3 responses to “Monday morning buffet

  1. dean

    Senator,
    I appreciate you posting the Jakar story. It’s good to see a local kid doing well for himself.

  2. JasonC

    Let’s hope while he’s hitting, he’s also wrapping up.

  3. Dog in Fla

    “Hamilton’s management genius” is such that rather than having to think about a budget in the red, Mike sometimes can only point and stare at his bunker periscope as he remembers Lane. Mike still misses all the planning sessions and good times he and UT had in the short romance before Lane broke up by saying it’s not me, it’s you. On top of it all, Mike still keeps getting calls from Al Davis’ intern because Al wants to Western Union Mike a mimeograph of Al’s letter from a year or so ago…