ED-Seth: Welcome to our Bar Finder Sticky. The user community has kept this going since 2009 to help MGoBloggers find UM-friendly sites for their suds consumption.
We also got a big boost in curation in 2016 from our sponsors, the...
...since most of these bars are officially alumni bars. To find your club and events happening in your area, visit their website.
THE ORIGINAL POST:
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.
It seems as though good teams finally figured osu out. In reality, osu won against Michigan due to poor officiating and key mistakes by our team. We had that game. They went up against Clemson and failed hard.
Was this due to a vastly superior defensive line, the offense just sucking, JT Barret being meh?
In the aftermath, osu decided to hire Kevin Wilson who I am sure will make osu deathly frightening. What does this mean for us and how do we defend against whatever they are hatching?
Haven't seen this posted yet. Here's a first look at MIchigan players who apparently have signed UFA contracts with NFL teams:
- De'Veon Smith - Dolphins
- Channing Stribling - Browns
- Matt Godin - Texans
- Kyle Kalis -Redskins
- Erik Magnuson - 49ers
Here's the complete list of all UFA signings as of this AM:
Here are links to the hello posts for all eleven draft picks. Since it exists, I threw in Gareon Conley in for good measure. Jeremy Clark was the earliest on June 24, 2011, and Jabrill Peppers was the most recent on May 26, 2013. All Ryan Glasgow has is a board thread.
I mention February 18, 2012 because that day received its own muppets post. Michigan picked up six 4-stars commitments, including Butt, Lewis, and Charlton. The others were Wyatt Shallman, Kyle Bosch, and Chris Fox. The day ended with a basketball victory over then formidable OSU.
In draft order:
Jeremy Clark (there are 205 comments, mostly on whether or not Tim Sullivan was accurate or harsh with the post)
Michigan saw 11 players get drafted, a terrific testament to the players and to the program. An exciting day.
Of interest: All of these guys were recruited by Brady Hoke. They've had two years of Jim Harbaugh coaching, but they were Hoke recruits and had Hoke coaching early in their careers.
So I would like to (baselessly) speculate: How much of the success of this class can be attributed to Hoke for bringing the guys in, and how much can be attributed to Harbaugh's staff? Keep in mind that three guys from the D-Line got picked, and they had Greg Mattison in one way or another for their entire tenure.
How many of these guys are drafted if they finish their careers in the Hoke regime?