Lost in the excitement of Michigan's great win at MSU was other victories by Michigan teams today.
- Men's tennis won 4-3 at 10th ranked Mississippi
- #11 Women's tennis beat Virginia Tech 6-1
- #5 Women's gymnastics beat 23rd ranked Ohio State 197.325-195.200 (that's a pretty big win)
- #2 Men's gymanstics is currently leading #4 Stanford and #6 California in the Stanford Open
It's worth noting that gymnastics rankings are based on team averages. The men's team is undefeated and returns an incredible amount of talent from last year's National Championship team. They are very arguably the best team in the country. Oklahoma is ranked #1.
Michigan State is up 26-22 at Northwestern at halftime with Payne out. Michigan women's basketball is currently up 36-26 at #22 Purdue. Tonight Purdue plays at Illinois in the only other Big Ten matchup of the day. Both Big Ten games are on BTN.
For those interested, at 4:30 on BTN Michigan State travels to Crisler to play Michigan in a Women's Basketball game. Michigan is 11-4 (2-0) on the season with Big Ten wins at Ohio State and at home against Wisconsin. Michigan State is 10-5 (2-0) on the season with wins at Minnesota and home against a good Nebraska team.
Perhaps not trash tornado worthy, but will be interesting to see how the weather affects ball security and errant throws on both sides.
Adam Rittenberg & Brian Bennett giving their predictions for each B1G team's destination this bowl season based on week 1 results.
- Ohio to Rose Bowl
- Michigan to BCS at-large
- NW to Outback Bowl
- Sparty to Buffalo Wild Wings bowl (LOLSparty)
Now that all of Michigan's sports are finished for the 2012-2013 year, and the board is rather slow, I figured I would ask all of the MGoBloggers what their favorite non-revenue sports to go to are. I personally have been to a few Volleyball games and found those to be exciting and a good atmosphere. Some of the Women's Basketball games, against better opponents, were fun to go. So, MGoBlog, what is/are your favorite non-revenue sports to go. Include atmosphere, price, team relevance, or whatever in your reasoning.