frank beamer #1
A couple weeks ago, I put together a google map with all of the Michigan bars I'm aware of (and also everything from the spreadsheet that bouje has been maintaining.) The map is here.
Hopefully this will prevent the "where's the Michigan bar in Pittsburgh/Fresno/Topeka/wherever" threads that pop up every week, but if your favorite gameday hangout isn't on here, put it in the thread and let me know. I'll do my best to keep the map up to date.
Today in Harbaugh news....he visited the Supreme Court.
Edited the thread title to include the WSJ. I'm not a subscriber and the link is working fine with me.
They will also be going to the Ohio State vs. Virginia Tech game on Labor day:
Here's my situation: Because of geography and family circumstances, I usually only make it to 2-3 games a year. Usually early in the season, because my MGoWife and MGoDaughters don't like to endure the Gales of November. I usually get four tickets, and I don't much care where we sit. I'm not going to pay top dollar so that they can sit on the 40-yard line, when they don't even know who we're playing. They love the experience. They don't care about the game. So I'm fine sitting in the endzone.
I'm looking at games like UNLV, Oregon State and BYU, and I'm wondering: Am I better off using StubHub or getting them from scalpers? I've always just used StubHub the past few years, because I don't want to show up without tickets. But for those of you who have gone the scalping route, am I going to save a lot and get better tickets if I do that?
Just got my plane tickets to SLC. Next up is trying to find some reasonably priced game tickets, but first I want to try and figure out which section of the stadium will have the best concentration of M fans. Is there a good way to do this? For those going to the game, where are you sitting?