well that's just, like, your opinion, man
Per Josh Newkirk tweet at press conference. They are appealing but I doubt a reversal happens. Probaly expected and not bad news since we seem to be solid at RB.
Just wondering what some of your favorite gameday snacks/appetizers are. Feel free to include pics or recipes.
Who will score Michigan's first TD against Ap State and what play will it be?
I'm going with a post from DG to Funchess.
University of Michigan football fans will be able to listen to the flagship radio broadcast featuring Jim Brandstatter and Dan Dierdorf without delay inside Michigan Stadium this season thanks to a partnership between WTKA Radio and the Michigan/IMG Radio Network. The three parties worked to eliminate several of the elements that normally lead to a significant delay with a radio station.
WTKA’s AM 1050 in Ann Arbor will be airing Michigan football games without delay during the 2014 season, meaning fans can bring a radio to the games and hear the commentary from Brandstatter and Dierdorf in virtual real time as the play unfolds before their eyes.
Okay, so back in like 788 (or maybe 1998, I don't know, it's been a long time) I started writing my own little annual football preview. Back then, there was no paper (or maybe it was just a fledgling internet--again, the details are hazy) so I had to scrawl the preview out on cave walls and sleeve tattoos. Over time, creating the preview became progressively easier with important technological advances like Proto-Indo-European, cuneiform, and the Commodore 64. By now, of course, I am just plain soft.
Thing is, I almost couldn't muster the motivation to do a 2014 edition, having been thoroughly demoralized by the latter half of last season. But it's been written that "Hoke springs eternal," and plus we have this guy named Jabrill, so I've been slowy crawling back into the spirit. And yeah--click the photo below for this year's edition. A couple warnings before you click: (1) the document contains some mild political content, so if some left-coast grumbling about a handful of SCOTUS decisions from the past 60 years is going to bother you, it might be best to skip the first couple pages; (2) actually, (1) was the only warning. Hope you dig.
[Edit: some people reported problems accessing the document from the original link; here is an alternative one to try: LINK; I hope this solves the problem but I will check back in a while to see how things are going with it.]
[Edit #2: Okay, I created the document on my MacBook and had no issues with it, but when I came to my office and tried downloading it my office PC I observed the same problem others have reported. Fortunately, the alternative link worked. So I have replaced the original link with the new link, and believe the problem has been solved. Again, I apologize for inconveniencing many of you. Thanks for being willing to try again.]
I am so excited to take our 1 year old daughter to her first ever game at the Big House on 9/13. But I want it to be an enjoyable experience for all. So I am seeking advice from veteren baby/kid takers.
Do we get there early, or is hanging out plus a 3+ hour game too much for little ones?
Aside from kiddo snacks, is there anything particular that we should bring to keep her content?
Or are 1 year olds just too squirmy to sit there for even a half?
Any insight is appreciated.