"The University of Illinois is also in turmoil. The university sports an Interim Chancellor, an Interim Athletic Director, and an Interim Football Coach; the game will be played at Soldier Field, making this an Illini Interim Home Game."
Baltimore Ravens (1-5)
First Place Arizona Cardinals (4-2)
8:30 PM on ESPN
University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ
OMG he's the best:
Harbaugh's advice is to get two costumes, run between houses, go home, change into your second costume, and hit the neighborhood again for twice as much candy.
"Hustling at all times."
He's the best.
His last name literally means little brother. http://www.scout.com/player/203710-nicholas-petit-frere?year=2017&s=143
(Edi: epic fail on pictures, it took me an hour in between patients to transfer them from my phone to my computer. Ugh. Will try again. They were all there and resized when it loaded. Damn.)Since it is Gopher week and everything I thought that I would show off my own "Little Brown Jug" and see who else on the board has one. I know that Greg Dooley over at Mvictors.com is jug crazy and has volumes of jug info, but wanted to see what else has surfaced. I thought of asking if there were any other "Juggalos" out there but did not feel this title/descriptor quite fit.
has 3 sizes available for purchase.$200, $98, $18. I have not seen one in person so not sure of the quality, but they look pretty good. (They also have the Paul Bunyan Trophy in 13 1/4" and 3").
In 2013 there was a Kickstarter campaign for a retirement party for Jon Falk on the Mgopatio. There were 5 gallon jugs available that were fired by Redwing Pottery, the original creators of The Jug. This commemorated the 100th meeting between Michigan and Minnesota. I pledged enough for a chance to attend this small party and receive an unfinished jug. Below is what was on display at the party. All of the jugs that they fires cracked (see fragment on the table). They refired and shipped them out later. That is a replica jug in the pic.
I had the pleasure of meeting Jon, Coach Jerry Hanlon, Paul Schmidt and Bruce Madej.
Also in attendance was Jill Gordon, the person who paints the scores on the jug when Michigan wins it. After talking to her, I commissioned her to paints it to as close to the real jug, but in a 1 gallon size.
Here is the finished product that I have had since 2013. I have not had her paint the last score on it since it was a loss. I am confident that she will be able to put the winning score on it this year. The bottom was stamped to commemorate the 100th game. I do not have a case for it, but rather it sits under a glass dome in the basement.