This should have been posted much earlier I'll admit, but for anyone interested in Michigan football history the B10 Network has the 1987 Michigan-MSU game on for about 10-15 more minutes. Quick thoughts about Michigan's team -- Jamie Morris was incredibly small but quick and elusive (RichRod would have loved him), Demetrius Brown's accuracy was an obvious issue, and Michigan's running game was less predictable in this game at least than I had remembered from that era as Bo ran the wishbone for much of the contest.
According to Sam Webb coming with Mom and Dad Tuesday.
It may be because you want the nice magazine, or because you want a digital copy to fire up on your phone or tablet while waiting in line at the Secretary of State, or because you enjoy the content of this website and want to continue to support it, or because you want a hard copy roster to refer to in three years when all the players have changed to "legacy" numbers.
But whatever your reason, quit kicking the can down the road and back it. I just did. I hope I get charged.
Graham Glasgow has been ordered by a judge not to drink while out on bond:
His pretrial was postponed on his attorney's request.
Rutgers AD Julie Hermann wants to create a "Disney World experience" at games. She is clearly trying to outdo David Brandon in marketing (and distorting) college football for the masses. She sees the key to Rutgers' success as more content produced on the website. You know... because when you have more Java applets, you get better recruits and win more games... /s In addition, she wants to create a "Rutgers channel" so you can see her antics 24/7... and to pull content AWAY from the B1G network... I'm sure Delaney is going to love that.
In addition, she is so annoying to listen too because she copies one-liners like "It takes a village" (a la Hillary) and Rutgers markets these fundraising events as part of their "R Big Tour". This is in addition to paying for huge billboards on numerous highways throughout the state with "WE R B1G".... [I bet they also paid some consultant money for that stroke of ingenuity and he basically copied the logo from Toys 'R Us...] It's hard not to be embarrassed for their roll-out, especially considering that they are trying to sell themselves as the "media-savvy" school of the B1G.