The nutty Michigan coverage isn't so much about Harbaugh as it is a signal to the Big Ten that Fox wants to party.
So with Michigan basketball choking away the B1G title, I can barely think I am so pissed off. I threw a freaking temper tantrum at the end of the game that included swearing and throwing a t shirt across my living room. Right now I want to just drinking my woes away. I working my way through a sixer of Guinness stout.
Hi, I'm looking to go to Chicago this weekend, and I was looking at stubhub. This brought to my question:It lists each session of the day as a different ticket. Can you not just buy a ticket for the day and stay in there for every game?
This year Crisler Center was filled to capacity in sellouts 15 times this year. Something that has not been done since 1985-86. Not even in the Fab Five's two years COMBINED was Crisler sold out more times.
There also was an average attendance this season of 12,138. The highest since 1997-98.
Without a doubt, Crisler Center has now become one of the most feared places to play in the country. 32-2 in two years. 15 out of 18 games this year were sold out.
Also the most wins since the Maize Rage was created back in the 1998-99 season.
I still say Burke as he almost single handily willed this team to another B1G championship. He then left the door open with those missed free throws at the end! Not all on him, as rebounding and bad officiating were a factor as well. I feel he outplayed Oladipo well enough in this game to win the award if it were given today. Yes the missed free throws doomed us in the end and we still have the B1G tourney to win, but he has been the most consistent player on this team and arguably the country this season.What say you?
Alright, Shaky start but good play by our boys most of the way, we need to keep it going.
I figured I'd start another thread cause the other one was getting slow per usual.
Go Blue, let's put up another banner!
How was there no game thread up yet?
Anyhow, I think we can agree that a win here more than justifies a court-storming.