Tuesday, May 22, 2007

All Time Legendary Coach Oberon Beer Drinking Contest: Who Would Win?!?!

Left To Right: Elliott, Oosterbaan, Crisler, Schembechler, Moeller, Yost, Carr.

Michigan coaches are manly men. Manly men drink massive amounts of beer. As the Cowbell Commander (a manly man himself!) drank a tasty Oberon tonight, the question was raised:

Which legendary Michigan coach could drink the most Oberon?

Lloyd Carr: Would drink with intensity and class. Always a respectful competitor who always brings it on. If Lloyd is drinking a 40, he might not do as well, as he sometimes chokes during the big ones.

Gary Moeller: Drinks in short amounts, usually a strong finisher. Four bowl victories in five years!

Bo Schembechler: The General. Commanded his brews like he commanded his teams during his coaching tenure.

Bump Elliott: Cool frat-boy name. He can probably pound the suds with the best of them based on that observation alone.

Bennie Oosterbaan: A gentle man who would do well with a gentle ale. A perfect pairing and Bennie would do well in this contest.

Fritz Crisler: One tough SOB who could scare the cap off a bottle just by giving it a nasty look

Fielding Yost: Drank back in the days where beer was heartier, manlier, and more potent. He could probably suck down Oberons like water.

Yes, we left Kipke out. But he's just not legendary enough to drink with the big boys.

Autumn Thunder wants to know - who do YOU think would win?!? Please vote in the poll!

Thanks Dave!

3 Comments:

Jim Harbaugh Scramble said...

the answer has to be gary moeller.

although i don't think he was drinking oberon during his drunk episode that led to his dismissal...

however i'm positive he could throw down some oberons, hell he coached the LIONS to a winning record, so he must have magical powers.

Jim Harbaugh Scramble said...

and as an added note I also had an oberon last night and it was wonderful.

Papa Steve said...

S'cuze me, but Gary moller has proven beyond all doubt that he can't handle his liquor.

 

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