this may be of some local interest
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.
Rudock reportedly doing really well. I like how he's listed as from Michigan on the roster, NOT Iowa. We can take the credit.
Hell of a tribute to Harbaugh and Rudock both, for the progress made within a year.
Not sorry if this has already been posted.
Who would it be? Who would most improve this team? Brandon Graham was great, but we are loaded at that position. I don't think Denard, b/c not clear how he fits. I'd go for either Jake Ryan (big upgrade over big question marks) or Taylor Lewan, who is perhaps not as big an upgrade over who will play there, but certainly better and gives O-line better depth.
Just trying to lighten the mood after the recent recruiting decommits, so who is the best player you have ever seen play college football? It can be from any team, conference position.
Couple quick rules:
1. Must have watched them play at least once (Doesn't have to be in person).
2. Must be centered around actual on field play. This is just to prevent people from saying "Kelly Baraka, but man he couldn't stop smoking weed"
My choice: Cam Newton. I wasn't old enough to watch Woodson (Who I think will garner a lot of votes here). Dude absolutely annhiliated everyone in his path during that season at Auburn. Just one of the most unstoppable players ever. Big moment for me is when he trucked Patrick Peterson and carried him 30 yards in to the endzone. Newton was also the only player on the offense of the 2011 Championship team to play in the NFL. Just an otherwordly player.
I say absolutely not. As far as I'm concerned they can both be winless. I know some feel that would damage our playoff chances. Although that might be true, I'm thinking we need to return to Big Ten dominance before we think that big. We also need to bolster our instate and midwest recruiting like it once was. We've been down too long now to root for either of them to do well any time soon. As a fan, I've been humbled since '08 and want to rebuild in stages. Take over the state and the conference and then take over nationally.
Team Cook setback in Draftageddon? Redraft time?