Pep Hamilton to XFL

Submitted by MGoLow on February 19th, 2019 at 11:50 AM

Per ProFootballTalk on Twitter. Will apparently be coach and GM of the D.C. team. Couldn't come up with a good joke. Best of luck to him.

Comments

mGrowOld

February 19th, 2019 at 12:47 PM ^

I gotta ask you something OP.  You've been here six years so you're definitely not a rookie but you thought news on one of our most polarizing assistant coaches, that was first reported over two weeks ago, somehow got missed by the entire board?

I mean you know that anything pertaining to Michigan is posted within seconds here (hence the old battle cry "first") not weeks.

I'm not mad (nor do I think anybody else is really) just somewhat amazed.

Reggie Dunlop

February 19th, 2019 at 1:09 PM ^

Your criticism doesn't belong on this thread. I understand your point but it doesn't apply here. It's not like he linked to a story from January. The news he shared was tweeted just this morning. He obviously didn't see the first report, but he thought what he posted was current.

This isn't the same thing as somebody posting old news with no understanding of how this blog operates. I feel like you should understand the difference. I'm not mad, just somewhat amazed.

Reggie Dunlop

February 19th, 2019 at 1:17 PM ^

Sure. This morning. Or late last night. Or on my morning radio show. Or who the hell knows.

Point is the guy obviously thought this was current. Your scolding for not understanding how quickly news is reported here is unnecessary. That obviously wasn't the problem leading to this post.

That's far too many keystrokes on this already. Take care.

Fishbulb

February 19th, 2019 at 12:09 PM ^

The offense is going to have a different look one way or another—looks like Zach Gentry is leaving early. Going to be a very different season—no Pep to blame, no Gentry to throw to (if it’s true that he’s leaving...again) and no Keith Jackson to call the action (if he dies again). Would be even weirder if Maryland and Rutgers join the conference. 

4th and Go For It

February 19th, 2019 at 12:20 PM ^

I would have preferred to see Hamilton on Broadway, but I'm sure the D.C. version is fine. I heard the play's a little slow developing and uncreative at times. Not the best but better than average. I'm excited to see the sequel though - sounds faster paced and takes place in space.