landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
I recently popped the question, and my newly minted mgofiance and I are hoping to get married somewhere in Ann Arbor next May. She already rejected the obvious first choice, so now I'm looking to find the next best thing. Saw a thread from 2010 on here asking the same question, but I'm wondering if anybody has some new or different advice.
We'd prefer an outdoor ceremony, and we're both heathens so the venue won't be a church. We checked out the botanical gardens and the coordinator there basically shot down a May wedding saying that nothing is in bloom by then and it would be a waste. The Arb is beautiful but is a logistically terrible place for a wedding apparently. We checked out the Ann Arbor City Club and were pretty impressed...
So, anybody had or been to some nice Ann Arbor weddings recently?
Awful news. RIP young man.
Getting really tired of hearing about this kind of stuff. Thoughts and prayers are with his family.
EDIT: Per comments below, he may still be alive. Really hope he pulls through.
...days until the season opener against Hawaii.
Which means we are only...
...Saturdays until football is back!
1971 Sandusky victim says Paterno told him to drop his allegation; six PSU coaches reportedly saw abuse
On the Audible yesterday, Mandel and Feldman said the Big XII appears to be moving closer toward expansion as a study commissioned by the league indicated a much improved chance of making the CFP if it went to a 12-team league with eight conference games, plus a championship game. When discussing candidates, both listed Cincinnati as the number one candidate, UCF two, BYU three with other schools like UConn, Houston and Boise State mentioned as more longshot candidates.
Both stated that UCF had improved its facilities and had a good tv market, as well as giving the league an outpost in Florida as its best sellign points.
My question is, isn't this also true of USF, which doesn't have it's own stadium, but does play in an NFL stadium? And, hasn't USF demonstrated, better than UCF, that it can sustain itself as at least a competent program? Basically, USF has had a lower ceiling but also a much higher floor.
UCF went from a BCS game to an 0-12 season in two years under the longest serving coach it ever had. USF has now had at least decent success under two different coaches.
What am I missing?