Gotta get the OT stuff in soon, right? Less than 3 weeks out...
So, apparently, Ochocinco's wife found a receipt for a box of condoms and confronted him about it. He allegedly headbutted her in response. Too early for me to take sides, as anyone who's watched Hard Knocks this year knows she is kinda out there. Either he did one of the dumbest things he could ever do, or she may have actually been the one to initiate the meeting of heads. She seems like the type of girl that would do anything for payback.
For those mgobloggers in the NY tristate region, wanted to provide a heads up that the U-M Alumni Club of NY is hosting our 4th Annual Football Kickoff Party w/ MGoBlog’s Brian Cook and ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren, this Wednesday, August 15 from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. Sign up here.
Date: Wednesday, August 15
Time: 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Cost: $5 for AAUM members, $15 for non-members. Registration is online only through Tuesday, August 14th at midnight. Day-of door pricing will be $20 for everyone. Pre-registered guests will receive a free drink ticket.
Location: Professor Thom’s, 219 Second Avenue, New York, NY 10003 (2nd Ave between 13th and 14th). Guests must be 21 and older.
Information: The NY alumni club is pleased to bring MGoBlog sports blogger Brian Cook and ESPN WolverineNation’s reporter Tom VanHaaren to NYC for our annual football season kickoff event. They will be on hand to spread their knowledge of all-things Michigan football, preview the 2012 season, and discuss the future of Michigan football in Michigan’s incoming class of HS recruits. Preregistered guests will receive a free drink ticket.
There will be some prizes available, including a lottery for 2 tickets in the NY club's group seating for the Nov 24th Michigan vs Cornell Hockey game at MSG and two downstairs booths at Professor Thom's to watch the Alabama game.
Questions? Club leaders will be checking this thread, so post a comment if need more info etc.
[Edit... title change, since attempt 1 was a fail. lesson learned - don't abbreviate Wednesday. got it.]
Rivals.com is finishing up their top 120 countdown, and over the weekend they ranked UM #6. They also had MSU #7 and Wisconsin #10. Probably too high, but it won't matter after week 1 anyway, as UM will either move up or down. Rivals also has Denard at #7 in their top 100 players countdown.
According to an AA.com article, no decision on Fitz has been made yet, but according to Fred Jackson, Hoke said to prepare Fitz as if he was going to play the season opener. Both Fitz and Clark return to practice today. Interesting to see how this thing plays out.
"Brady just said to prepare him, and that’s what we’re doing," running backs coach Fred Jackson said Sunday during the team's media day.
Today: Olympics. Tomorrow: Moar Denard.
I laughed out loud at least twice.
Great work by Tremendous on this one..