You may remember the story of Mike Vrabel bombing his first coaching interview with Urban Meyer before Meyer told him to go home, rest and prepare some more, and come back the next morning. Urban called it one of the worst interview's he'd ever had in his career as a head coach.
But Vrabel came back bright and early that next morning better prepared and ended up earning a job on Urban's staff, where his hatred for Michigan blossomed even in his three seasons as an assistant with Meyer (first working with the linebackers and then the defensive line), building on the hate he already had developed for The Team Up North as a player.
Of course Vrabel went on to the NFL where he joined the Texans as an assistant before taking over as defensive coordinator before landing his first head coaching job in Nashville.
Fast forward to yesterday, and the first-year head coach of the Titans got quite the surprise when veteran offensive tackle Taylor Lewan hacked the practice playlist that kicked off practice, blaring Michigan's fight song - "Hail to the Victors".
Hopefully Vrabel was able to take it in stride and laugh about it like we did, but rest assured that won't be happening again.