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 that the rate at which Patriots fumble is statistically highly unlikely.
Do you think the coach was not aware of this fact?
Harbaugh attempts a half court shot today. He misses . . . did not have his Khakis on!
When you follow the link it shows him making the same shot over and over in Kansas!
Stumbled across this NFL films documentary/discussion between the three oldest Harbaugh coaches (sorry Jay) and Tom Crean (meh). Not sure when it first aired although clearly while Jim was at Stanford, but it's fun seeing how the brothers interact, the reverence they show for Jack, etc. Jim's "I must win!" vs. John's "I must compete!" is an interesting distinction.
Anyway, it's a good watch. It's on Youku, China's YouTube, so hopefully the embed works fine: link to the site directly is here
EDIT: There's a countdown on the video once you click play but the embed should work fine after that.
Headline says the tale. LINK.
Sam seems most high on Jones (who decommited from NEB yesterday and had a great visit to Louisville last weekend) and Pickard with who it seems like UM was his dream school all along. Interesting that both guys are listed as DEs in the story (Pickard was a TE / DE prospect like Wheatley is)
But he has a nice blurb on each guy...and the Chop House is making a ton of money this month from UM.
There are a host of other suitors as well, but according to Scout.com East Regional Manager Brian Dohn, Pickard has long had a dream of becoming a Wolverine.
Pickard has long wanted a Michigan offer, and when his recruitment began more than a year ago it was close to being a given, if the Wolverines offered, he would be go there. If he doesn’t wind up at Michigan it will be a minor miracle.
What makes it interesting is that Jones announced his separation from the Cornhuskers just shortly after having an in-home visit with head coach Mike Riley on Thursday night. Jones hasn't officially named a leader in his recruitment, but it's hard imagine another team having the momentum that Michigan does right now. Michigan State and Louisville are also in the mix for his final official visit.