The university of Montana produces hippies who live off of welfare. They have a major in protesting so that trust fund babies can go to college and pretend to be educated and "make a difference". You can get a law degree at um. Just what the world needs, more lawyers. They vote for liberals who are against logging and then complain when the mills are shutdown.
The coaches are in complete contrast. We have Rob Ash, as classy as the day is long. A man who stepped into a program that was on the verge of imploding. Academic probation, loss of scholarships and practice time, a sub-par APR all stood before him. He took over in July of 2007 when his predecessor had been let go just before the start of the season. None of his own recruits on this team. Some resentment from the players. Nothing that looked fun. What has he done since? Well, the Cats are off probation, have their full slate of scholarships back as well as full schedule of practices. All of this before the start of this season. In 2009 Ash was named second vice president of the American Football Coaches Association. According to AFCA tradition he would move up first vice president in 2010 and president in 2011. Guys like Mack Brown from Texas and Jim Tressel from OSU are on this board.
Coach Ash sums up his philosophy this way, “We instill a commitment in our players to win every day,” Ash said. “We want our players to win in the classroom and win in the community by making quality choices. Winning on the football field follows, as does shaping the lives of these young people in a way that will lead to success throughout their lives.” Nuff said.
Meanwhile, down the road:
They have a man who is so despised by his own fan base that despite his record, there is a slow movement asking for him to leave. His name is
This is Aragorn vs. Sauron. Churchill vs. Hitler. Batman vs. the Joker. Ghostbusters vs. Gozer the Gozerian. Luke Skywalkler vs. The Emperor. Delta House vs. Omega. You get the picture. Its time for the Bobcats to cast out the dark pink demons. Let that time be Saturday afternoon.