in town for free camps
As mentioned two days ago, I was recently defeated by the stomach virus
and ordered by my doctor to cease all drawing of cartoon Michigan families
until I could stand the smell of cooked food. As such, I opted to run
Tuesday's feature Blockhams strip today, and that's what brings us to this...
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There's something about a big victory that brings the charm out of a Blockham man... and with three kids named Thomas, Chalmers and Desmond, matriarch Donna has seen it before and knows it all too well. Call it the heat of the moment, the rush of unbridled happiness, or something far less eloquent... but for a Michigan Man like Tom, there's something about a big win that calls for, well, another big win.
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Darius Morris has been assigned to the LA D-Fenders in the developmental league.
In before "I told you so".
Kentucky celebrates their 2012 NCAA Championship
Calipari reacts to using efficiency margins to determine the NCAA Championship, saying
"I couldn't be happier. This is a player's market. They were charging me by the game! That's $500,000 I can put towards next year's class!"
Brian Cook answers his detractors who cite things like the pageantry, the school pride, and the Cinderella stories that result from actually playing the NCAA tournament, saying, "You can grub grub grub about will to win and finding ways to win and winning is for winners; I don't buy that stuff."
St Louis coach Rick Majerus reflects on his team's Sweet 16 banner.
Majerus was quick to share the credit with the guys who got him here, "I just knew that last bucket over Illinois-Springfield would pay off in the end. Know that I never would have made it here without NCSOS Pyth and AdjT." *a single tear traces a delicate line down his ample cheek* "I love you guys."
When asked for comment on the Lobos rise to power, Brian Cook was quick to point out, "Did you know that David Brandon invented cancer? Five minutes from the cure...One more year...we were right!"
Disarmed, Majerus could only comment, "That is the dumbest smart guy I have ever met."
New Mexico celebrates their less than surprising victory over Duke.
A confident Steve Alford cites key rebounds against UMKC for the victory, "I knew back in Dec. 2011, when we pulled down that last board against the Roos that it would put our adjD over the top." Alford quickly appointed a name tag on his striking red coat and scurried off to his second job managing the local Kmart.
edit: thanks seth, I love you too
just about to be the end of the first half on the BTN. Thought if your still up and wanna watch a classic here you go.
Apparently already posted, don't know how I missed it. Delete away.
An interview with Novak, back when he was a recruit at the end of the dismal 2007-08 season - Beilein's first year and I believe Dylan's first year running UMHoops.
Check some of the comments below. "Novak Supporter" was dead on, and "old fan" had a pretty good prediction as well.