well that's just, like, your opinion, man
This is sounding good right now! Mike Harris, "Drakes always been a State BASKETBALL fan, but he's always loved Michigan FOOTBALL!"
We'll see how this turns out, but I could see Drake committing quickly. Drake's entire family is fed up with the decommitment reaction from Sparty Fans.
Game is Saturday 04/13/2013.
Who/what are you most excited to see?
Here are my top five:
1. Devin Gardner - full offseason to focus on being Starting QB
2. O-Line - Who's going to be starting and how much progress have they made.
3. D-Line - Very deep group, but who starts where?
4. WRs - Will Darboh or Chesson develop into a solid WR2?
5. TEs - Will Funchess/Butt make a Gronk/Hernandez type impact? FunchButt? FunchyButt?
Please note, I have 0 experience with embedding tweets and making them pretty for everyone.
Per George Campbell's twitter:March 12, 2013
Just happened to notice that Vincent Smith is hosting an AMA (ask me anything) on Reddit right now to promote his kickstarter for a painting program.
You'll need a reddit account to ask him questions, but it should be entertaining for us. I imagine there will be at least a dozen questions asked about the Clowney hit.
If you've ever thought to yourself, "I'd like to spend 30 seconds of my life watching strobe lights go off at Michigan Stadium", then I have the video for you. I honestly have no idea why I found it so enthralling, yet I stood around thinking how you could run a pretty good night club in there with the strobes and the klaxon. Plus the sequential firing of lights by floor is nice a touch. It's reassuring to know our stadium will look good even as a hundred twenty thousand people flee in the walls of flames ravaging it. The barely audible voice on the video is saying that the sound is a fire alarm and you should carefully proceed to the nearest exit.
For the worry prone types, it is just a system test. I hung around for 10 minutes and no emergency vehicles came flying out of the DPS station across the parking lot. Also no sign of the Ann Arbor Fire Department.