New season, new wallpaper! In my previous Diary entry I talked about recreating Michigan's new font for use in wallpapers. Now, it's time to show off some of the fruits of my labor.
To start things off I have two schedule wallpapers. One is in the theme of the away uniforms and the other is in the theme of the home uniforms. The away games are highlighted in white, since that is the color of our awesome away pants.
The graphics at the top of both wallpapers are based off of designs from the new Jordan gear. The away design is from the 2016 student tee. The home design is from this football tee. I really dig some of the new designs that have been introduced by Nike and co, so I thought they would look great as wallpaper.
I have a lot more wallpapers to share before the start of the season. I'm aiming to share a few every week leading up to the first game. Stay tuned and Go Blue!
So the title is pretty self explanatory, if you had to choose one Michigan Football game to attend this season, which game would you choose? I'm looking to attend one game, and I'm down to Indiana, AT Michigan State, or AT Ohio State. For reference I've been to several Michigan football games, but never in the Big House. Answers need not be those three games.
Sorry if this clogs up the board, just looking for some expert advice.
Awful news from Tucson: Arizona 5th year offensive lineman Zach Hemmila, 22, passed away in his sleep (no word on cause of death). He was in contention to be the Wildcats starting center. Too young to be gone this soon. RIP. Link
AMA stands for "Ask Me Anything." Russo will be answering questions about the AP's recent top 100 list and other college football topics.
So, I know this was a forum topic a few weeks ago, but I can't find it. I'm looking for schedule wallpapers for the upcoming season. If there's an option for Android and Windows desktop, that would be awesome... Ideally I'd like to find a few outlets, if possible. I know previously, MonuMental did amazing work. But unfortunately, he hasn't posted anything since early 2015.
So anyway, if you have any good resources for this sort of thing, please share!