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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.
I've seen forum threads from time to time for people asking for game streams during the season. I have a Slingbox + 2TB TiVo HD w/Comcast Digital preferred I'm renting out during the football season. I have 20Mbit of upstream bandwidth, so the stream will be in HD.
While there are certainly streams that pop up online for free, if you live overseas and are looking for dedicated access to college/NFL games during the Fall without the hastle of the free streams going down, this is a good alternative.
shoot me an e-mail if you're interested in renting access - email@example.com
Much of the money is reinvested in acquiring more hard drives for maintaing the archive I've established/electricity & bandwidth costs, etc ;)
University of Illinois? Is this a joke? Have the reviewers ever been to Arizona State? Or Madison, WI for that matter?
Further proof that rankings mean nothing.
I don't have many memories of his playing days but never will forget his commercials.
Mel Farr to the rescue! RIP
Steve Greenberg has an excellent article out today in Rolling Stone about the Michigan - OSU rivalry and their respective coaches. He heaps praise (and rightly so) on Urban Meyer and says Michigan might not turn the tables this year, but nobody should count out the Wolverines in the coming years with Jim Harbaugh leading the charge:
He's aligned against perhaps the finest coach in all of college football – 1? 1A? What's the difference? – yet bent on shoving the Buckeyes' recent dominance in the rivalry into the abyss. Doubt this maelstrom of a man at your own peril.
Game featured the #12 Michigan Wolverines vs. the #14 Ole Miss Rebels. Michigan tds were a 63 yard pass from Grbac to Howard and another pass for 50 yards. Derrick Alexander caught a passing td and another passing td from Grbac to Jarrod Bunch. Jarrod Bunch would punch a short run into the endzone. Ole Miss kicked a 51 yard FG. Grbac with 4 td passes and Howard catching 2 of them.
Final score Michigan 35 Ole Miss 3
Enjoy GO BLUE!!
Also 1991 Micigan replays being uploaded. Hello Heisman!!