at least it's not just us?
I apologize in advance as these are not the greatest pictures of the scoreboards but they are an attempt. I'm gonna try to get them in the daylight at some point. I would love to get them from the inside this year (maybe Ohio State?).
On a side note, I will be on the sidelines at the Eastern game on Saturday. Wish me luck as this will be a first for me.
So I finally got my tickets to the Notre Dame game after spending weeks researching and watching the prices. I finally bit the bullet and threw down some serious cash to get them and I decided that if I was going to drop that kind of money, I was going to get good seats. That started me thinking:
What do you all think are the best seats in Michigan Stadium and why?
Personally, I prefer seats in Sections 24-25, somewhere around Rows 20-30. They are close enough to the student section to get a piece of my college experience but also a little closer to midfield. Rows 20-30 are close enough to the field to feel a part of the action but far enough up to see the whole field clearly.
What say you?
Hey there MGoBlogosphere,
I'm looking for some cheap Michigan Aerial shots for gifts but hte ones through MgoBle, MDen or other official UM sites are pretty expensive. Anyone out there take some Aerial photos that would be willing to sell at a fair price? Or know of somewhere i can go to find some cheap? Thanks!
(I looked at the michigan exposure website by mikoyan but didn't find anything; great pictures though)
Apparently, the rock band, Pop Evil, has recorded a Michigan Football tribute song. The song will be released at the end of the month and they made a 'teaser trailer'/hype video for it. I found it here: http://banana1015.com/pop-evil-teases-2011-michigan-wolverines-football-song-in-the-big-house/ and it is pretty cool. This is my first time starting a topic. Hope the embed works.
I brought my camera to the spring game. I was limited by not being able to move for different angles, a not so pretty sky/lighting, and only a 300mm lens. Regardless, I think some of these came out pretty nice. I put all my photos at my photography page on facebook:
Some of my fav's:
/\This is where I sat
I take a lot of photos at air shows too, so feel free to go through some more of my photos if you're interested. Lemme know what you think.
MVictors has a pretty cool piece about TSIO's stadium and someone that spent two years creating a Lego replica.
So I'm placing a call to our Lego engineers and architechs to respond to this piece of Buckeye Lego art.
Just remember this if you try to build a Big House replica: