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It's that time again. Wow. It's already that time again. That glorious time of year when Saturday afternoons bring bliss and heartache, elation and dismay, victory and defeat. It's time to cheer for the Champions of the West (ironically in the B1G East) and sing Hail To The Victors until our voice is gone. When do we play and to whom do we send defeat? All that and more are answered in the following wallpaper gluttony. In case you missed some of the earlier wallpapers I made in the off-season, I've included those. I hope you enjoy these as they are a labor of love for my MGoBrothers and MGoSisters. We may not always agree on everything (Is Art Deco cool? Is Hoke the man for the job?), but one thing we all can agree on is that we support our Wolverines and to hell with Ohio State.
Looks like the first movie night selection is out. Good one for the family. Interesting to see the turn out.
Took the fun little exercise going around the net and applied it to Michigan football, but with a twist. The $1 items are, um, not hall of fame level options.
Categories are: coach, quarterback, offensive team (minus QB), defense, and schedule. Schedule is playing our schedule for that season with the given quality of opponent.
This is by no means an exhaustive or definitive list, but may be fun.
$5 - Bo
$4 - Yost
$3 - Crisler
$2 - Moeller
$1 - Bump Elliot
$5 - Benny Friedman*
$4 - Rick Leach
$3 - Jim Harbaugh
$2 - Denard Robinson
$1 - David Cone
$5 - 2000
$4 - 1985
$3 - 1971
$2 - 2010
$1 - 2008
$5 - 1901
$4 - 1997
$3 - 1970
$2 - 2006
$1 - 2010
$5 - 2011
$4 - 1985
$3 - 2014
$2 - 2007
$1 - 2012
For my $15, I'll take Gary Moeller, Jim Harbaugh, 1971 offense, 1997 defense, 2014 schedule. Moeller was an excellent coach and Harbaugh an excellent QB. Combining one of Bo's best offenses with the best Michigan defense of my lifetime and I don't see a loss on the 2014 schedule.
*So I misspelled Benny Friedman's name. I'm embarrassed. I'll punch myself in the face as punishment.
Checking to see if anyone is making the trip to NJ for the Rutgers game? I am trying to plan something with some friends where we stay in Manhattan and hopefully take a train out for the game. Any Mgonewyorkers with thoughts or tips? Anyone know of average ticket prices that Rutgers charges? Thanks in advance
The Margaret Dow Towsley Museum featuring the history of Michigan Football inside Schembechler Hall was recently re-opened to the public following a $9 million renovation.
The University of Michigan Athletic Department announced that the museum will be open Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays throughout the year from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
The story can be seen here. http://www.mgoblue.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/042114aaa.html
A company that specializes in motivation and pickup (yeah, i know) but out a video featuring Brady, as kind of a metaphor or example. It was cool for me to see.
Pretty good video, have learned a lot from these guys, made a big difference in my life. Maybe some of you can get something out of it.