"In response to CBSSports.com's request for Michigan's concussion management protocol, the athletic department sent the NCAA's 11-page document for treating head injuries."
Since MGoUsers weasel3216 inspired it and Feat of Clay asked for it, here is your official MGoBaby thread. Post your favorite pictures of your little ones - recent or old - if you feel so inclined. In other words, post 'em if you got 'em!
(For all you I Hate OT Threaders: Beware! If you neg posts with pictures of babies you are not human and will be doomed to having cute little babies of your own that wake 10 times in the night for 2 years and learn to say your spouse's name first. I mean, who doesn't like pictures of cute babies that are going to grow up Michigan fans?? Also, its the off-season and of the 15 most recent posts on the Board, only 3 of them directly pertain to Michigan sports. So consider this note a preemptive "get over it.")
The success (and front-page mention) of the last picture thread, which focused on pictures from the 2011 season, inspired me to start another - this time with pictures spanning as far back as Fielding H. Yost. Enjoy, and please post your own favorites!
I'm not sure how to go about posting this but I will start here since I'm pretty sure I'll get an answer. One of my friends has a son that was diagnosed with a form of brain cancer last year. It seemed like things were going pretty well for him and then I saw a recent post on Facebook that it may be going the oher way. Anyway, I was wondering how I would go about getting an autograph. I would like to get one of my Denard pictures autographed. So where would I start? I think that would be an awesome gift for him.
Said I would post these following our win Saturday, so here they are. My brother, dad and I were fortunate enough to be invited to sit in a box for the game. I snagged a few pics using my phone, so excuse the quality. Overall it was an amazing experience, and I was very happy not to be caught out in the monsoon!
Big House outside
Going to the seats (first shot looking out of stadium from box level, second blurry on just the hallway leading in)
View from inside the box
Oh, hey Lloyd (he was in the box right next to us, someone bugged him and he was kind enough to come say hi)
Here are all the pictures I took before my phone died (DARN YOU SIGNAL AT BIG HOUSE!!). Some are players coming in, etc.
Check out the pictures that I took on Sunday at the Michigan softball game.
Let me know what you think.
So I uploaded a very similar post after the UConn game, having attended both the game and the Big House Tour on Sunday.
I had OK seats (Section 9, row 42) for a perfect event on Saturday evening, and on Sunday Morning I had tickets for Session 1 public skating. It was awesome, even with the delays from all the snow. The pics are below, with my comments: (photos taken on a 7.3MP Olympus, nothing fancy)
Having just arrived in the Big House. Don't worry, the students showed up. Also Mike Martin was in our section, he walked right past me, he's huge and terrifyingly so. I resisted the urge to scream out "How are the ankles?!?!" He would have broken me
The players came out under the banner. I wonder if Shegos has ever been booed by 113,411 before?
The "Blue Hairs" showed up early and in force
Team coming out under the banner
Jerseys looked pretty good to me, I really enjoyed the old-school numbers
B-2 Flyover. He wasn't as low as the B-25 was for UConn, but it was still awesome
3rd Period Action
Great final. Couldn't believe a 34 save shutout didn't garner the #1 star of the game... On to the Public Skating Pics:
Yours truly. I went to box, 2 minutes, felt shame
Hell of a weekend. Go Blue!
EDIT: removed any possible apostrophe confusion