"The University of Illinois is also in turmoil. The university sports an Interim Chancellor, an Interim Athletic Director, and an Interim Football Coach; the game will be played at Soldier Field, making this an Illini Interim Home Game."
During a stop Monday at the Swing to Cure Diabetes golf outing at the UM Golf Course, hosted by former teammate Rich Hewlett, Harbaugh dropped in fresh off a mission trip to Peru.
After making remarks to the participants during lunch, Harbaugh offered to take questions. Toward the end, a young boy piped up and asked something many Michigan fans likely want answered.
"Can we please beat the Buckeyes this year?" he asked, sparking laughter and applause from the gathering.
Harbaugh handled it smoothly.
"Asking politely isn't going to get it done," Harbaugh said, again drawing laughter.
Im going to be gone for the Thanksgiving holiday and won't get more than this done. I like how it turned out, but I always love feedback/suggestions. My heart's just barely in it this season, so I apologize for the drop off in wallpapers (Basketball WILL have a few ready before B1G Season). Even so, I HAD to make one for "The Game." Because OH HOW I HATE OHIO STATE...
GO BLUE. BEAT OHIO STATE.
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Enjoy and GO BLUE.
This one goes out to the posters who asked why Michigan would invite recruits to a game in which they appeared to be outmatched. That's why.
Toe to toe with the No.3 team in the country despite a hobbling QB, and a struggling offense.
I bet the recruits enjoyed themselves despite the loss. They just witnessed Devin Gardner showing what it means to be a Michigan man, and coming one throw from being just about the biggest legend we've ever had in the game.
I know that we've got quite a few of us on the blog who will be enjoying Latkes, Dreidels, Sufganiyot, Gelt, and candlelightings tonight, so Happy Hannukah everyone.
This is a holiday that celebrates Miracles (including, in fact a miracle upset!), may we have a miraculous victory come our way on Saturday. I figure there will be a "Thankful" thread at some point tomorrow as well but to those of you who don't celebrate Hannukah, let me wish you and yours a happy early Thanksgiving. Go Blue, and Beat Ohio