The nutty Michigan coverage isn't so much about Harbaugh as it is a signal to the Big Ten that Fox wants to party.
Jay Harbaugh sent out a tweet last night asking if it was legal to own a Wolverine?
Although a deadly animal, I have always thought it would be kind of cool to have a Wolverine at the U of M. Of course in captivity in a nice posh zoo like dwelling, but this would be very cool.
Apparently back in the 20's and I have not verified this U of M did have one on the sidelines caged, but it was so ferocious they never done it again.
What do you think? Would this be something that would ever be possible or totally nuts?
I wasjust trying to lighten the blog a little with all that has happened with the disappointment from the Frat's.
So yeah, it's pretty much exactly what the title says it is. For the last few years I've thrown some anti-OSU image together for The Game (typically involving blood and guts, and I usually email it to Brian to use on the game preview post) and here is this year's offering:
I like using them for facebook profile pictures during Hate Week.
Annual "OSU Destruction" Hate Week pic for anyone that wants to add some hate to their internet identity
As has become my custom the last few years, I have used powerful digital imaging technology for the forces of good and fashioned some glorified OSU gore for folks to use as their facebook images (or whatever) during Hate Week.
Previous Hate Week pics:
Ok, so I normally wouldn't do this, but being a huge X-Men fan, I came across this panel from a classic comic that, IMO, fits very well with our offensive scheme this year. Just pretend Wolverine is Denard, and Cyclops is, well, anyone we play:
Seeing as how this fits too well, and I absolutely love the paint/photoshop talent on this board, I request someone, anyone, to make this fit into a football theme a little more (and since it's MSU week, why not make Cyclops a Sparty: shouldn't be too hard). Of course, dreads are a must! ;)
If anyone is interested, there's a fascinating show on HDT right now (8-9 EST) called "Wolverine Revealed". I randomly found it while flipping through channels and can't stop watching.
It's just about wolverines and a guy that's been photographing them for 19 years.
So I spent this past Thursday through Saturday at my third onsite interview in a series of five down in Austin, TX. Landing the job would prompt some huge changes in my life, climate being one of the most basic since I've spend my entire life in the Great Lakes region, and most of that north of the 45th parallel. With that thought in mind I made it a priority to spend my free time out and about in Austin.
I found myself wandering down Congress Street on Friday night, and when I made it down to the Patagonia store near Congress & W 3rd and lo and behold I saw the following display in the window:
I think it's great that Patagonia has taken up the wolverine's plight, and it's just priceless that they would set up such a display in the heart of Longhorn country. Any non-believers in the area are welcome to head on down and confirm this for themselves!