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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.
Countess is replying to peppers flip video
Stepout roundoff back handspring layout layout? Damn. RT @TheeCount2 Yall decide!
Here is the video of Drevno working on the OL.
Experts can let us know if he is doing anything different than Funk.
I really liked the statement that every detail is planned and that no time is wasted.
Its a slow Thurs night...I got my tax refund and used/going to use the money toward Michigan stuff:
1. Going to use the money to renew my season tickets
2. Bought a new jacket
What about you? What Michigan stuff are you getting if you're getting a refund?
Marcus Ray shares his impressions from the first spring practice of the Harbaugh era:
“I thought Jourdan Lewis looked real good once again. I told him that I don’t want him to be grabbing and holding. Why play great coverage and then and then get a flag when you didn’t even need to grab the guy. He is just aggressive, young and feisty.”
“I thought Drake Harris… I thought he looked pretty good. I saw him catching some balls and running routes. He didn’t get much action last year when he first came because of his injuries and things but to just get a chance to see him lay… I was impressed with Drake."
“I thought Wilton Speight looked excellent. I didn’t see every rep he took, but when he threw the ball he got my attention. His ball placement was excellent. He seems like he can see over the line well, and he had command of that offense.”
“(Maurice Ways) looked pretty good too.”
" Ojemudia played some techniques that I think he would have missed last year… Ojemudia made a couple of plays guarding the perimeter and playing his technique. He stood out."
“Last but not least I was impressed with Jabrill just being able to make the adjustment on day one to safety at the college level. He was communicating, he was fired up, and was trying to get the guys around him lined up. I heard him with my own ears making checks trying to be the quarterback of the defense and really taking his run support serious. Wherever he needed to be on the field he was getting there in a hurry. Pads or no ads, that’s how you train yourself, so I think that’s going to be an upgrade. Looks like he was at the free safety.”
TRIVIA -- If you have a while to kill, why not do some meaningless trivia. How well do you know all of the cities of the universities of the five power conferences? Don't go to the Interwebs to answer these, see if you can figure out the answers yourself. It's not that easy -- unless you are totally geeked up, you'll find yourself forgetting the names of cities you know you should know (like, I couldn't remember the cities for Univ. of Oklahoma or Univ. of Arizona, and I flat-out didn't know Rutger's location).
These questions refer just to the main campuses, not satellite or regional campuses (e.g. Ann Arbor, not Flint). And by "city," it means, city, town, village, whatever, the official address of the university's main campus.
1. What school is officially located in two cities? (That’s an easy one to start with)
2. What two schools are located in the same city as each other.
3. Only conference where the cities of two schools have the same name (as an example -- Maintown NY and Maintown CA)
4. Only conference where two schools and their cities each have the same names as each other (as an example -- Smith University in Smith, NY)
5. What other conference has one school with the same name as its city
6. What other conference has one school with the same name as its city, except that the city has the word “City” appended to it (as an example – Smith University and Smith City, NY)
7. What conference has the most number of cities with 2 words in each city name (example of a city name with two words: “Main City”), and how many are there in that conference.
8. What city has 3 words in its name
9. What conference with 3 city names that are traditionally first names of males
10. Of all 64 P5 cities, which city's name is first alphabetically: Hint: It's not Ann Arbor.
11. Of all 64 P5 cities, which city's name is last alphabetically