First in a series I'm working on. I'm on vacation starting Saturday, so nothing new for a bit. Hope ya'll like this. As always, constructive criticism and/or suggestions for new wallpapers are welcome. I will diligently try to make content that the MGoBlog community wants. I'm adding two versions of this wallpaper (one with "Redemption" under the M, and one without) and a mobile version will follow shortly. It's getting closer...
Earlier today this came across my Twitter feed:
...and I couldn't help but think "damn, where was Tim Howard when we needed him?"
So here's a photoshop re-enaction of Tim Howard saving Michigan when we needed him most. Feel free to post your own.
Intercepting the interception
Making the right block.
I'm sorry if this brought back dark memories. We can also make this a drinking thread if you feel that was the case.
Not the greatest news coming from Phil Brabbs today: It looks like his Multiple Myeloma levels are creeping back up. He wrote that he underwent "maintenance chemo" a while ago but it didn't prevent the levels from slightly increasing.
His next checkup is in four weeks. Hoping and praying for the best that he can kick those levels back down.
One More update per my email today. Here is the link to preorder the license plates. Only 88 more to go before Monday!
The University of Michigan License PlateNEEDS TO REACH 200 PRE-ORDERSso that the plate can launch in Texas!
WE HAVE 112 PRE-ORDERS ALREADYThank you to those that have already placed their pre-orders. We now need other University of Michigan Alumni to place their pre-orders so that we can proudly have the plates in production and on our vehicles for Fall 2014.
I received this email yesterday regarding the new UofM plates in Texas. Any fans in Texas can pre-order them now. Most of the obvious combinations are taken, but there are some good ones available.
Excerpt from the email:
The University of Michigan needs to secure 200 pre-orders before the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles can launch this official plate.
Previously registered interest to purchase this plate?
Just hearing about it now?
Then NOW is the time to ACT!!
Follow the simple steps below.The University of Michigan needs 200 Pre-Orders from supporters like you to launch this plate in Texas, and there is only a limited amount of time to reach this number.
If 200 Pre-Orders are not reached, the University of Michigan plate will not launch, and all orders/monies received will be fully refunded.
Thought this was a pretty interesting read, makes some vaild points on why students are frustrated and not showing up and why the game day experience should be more for what the fan pays. What are your thoughts?