If your interest in college football extends beyond Michigan—or even if it doesn't—this website contains a vast amount of information that's well organized, very easy to use, and potentially valuable in bar bets.
For example, you could probably win some decent cash from Florida St. partisans with this bit of info: what CFB program has more total NFL draft picks, FSU or Purdue?
It's also useful for just general amusement: which of these three programs has the smallest number of NFL draft picks—Idaho, Bowling Green, or Rutgers?
Temple up early on Memphis, 6-0, on ESPN2.
Louisiana Tech leads Western Kentucky, 14-7, over on CBS Sports.
Arizona and SF are scoreless early on CBS (Drew Stanton getting the start for AZ).
Finally, over on TBS, Boston leads the Indians, 1-0, in the bottom of 2nd on the strength of a HanRam RBI double.
Good news. The propellor heads agreed to meet with the marine biologists at Starbucks this week. Maybe they'll tailgate together this fall?
"Researchers find mantis shrimp is naturally designed to survive the repeated high-velocity blows by filtering out certain frequencies of waves"
“This is a novel concept,” said David Kisailus, the Winston Chung Endowed Professor in Energy Innovation at UC Riverside’s Bourns College of Engineering. “It implies that we can make composite materials able to filter certain stress waves that would otherwise damage the material.”
All hail, engineering and science students!
Found a random article posted by a random dude on the internet about his selections for the Ten Freshmen to Watch in college football for 2014. Seeing as how his list contained one Buckeye and one Wolverine (not the one you might guess, btw), I felt it might be of some interest here...
Edit: I modified the link parameters so it opens up a new window when left clicking, so people won't get shuffled off to a new site and leave the wonders of MGoBlog behind.
Our old friend Charles Woodson is a 14 Seed facing off against 1988 Derrick Thomas from Alabama. Voting is pretty straight forward.
Pretty good discussion of eSports, kicking off with a metaphor I think we can all relate to.