spoiler alert: i linked this
Ohio and Oregon have scheduled a home & home in 2020-2021 per 11W. I know this is only slightly related to Michigan, just continues on the thought that Michigan should continue to schedule more matchups against non-directional-Dakota's.
I was wondering if any fellow MGoBloggers or Nebraska fans that follow this site know the best location for visiting fans to tailgate while in Lincoln? Any insight or guidance on where to go would be greatly appreciated. I'd rather have an idea where to park, instead of just guessing.
[ED:BISB - There are rumors on the Rivals board about a former recruit receiving improper benefits. Gonna lock this until further confirmation or other word from the higher-ups
ED the 2nd: - Brian pointed out that the guy's account is 4 days old. Grain-of-salt Factor has been increased]
[ED-Ace: Just to clarify, there are no rumors of impropriety on Michigan's part.]
Another reason to cheer for the Tigers!
Interesting article I read in todays Omaha World Herald from a Nebraska perspective of what worked so well for us last year.
“It’s like facing a knuckleball pitcher,” Beck said of Michigan, which held NU to 260 yards and three third-down conversions in the Huskers’ 45-17 loss last season. “It’s weird because you haven’t seen it.”
I went over for some sweeet sweet Sparty freude and found this:
He took a bunch of shots from Spartan players on twitter and didn't say shit. The kid comes out and (barely) leads his team to a victory over a bunch of ass hats from our team.
Congrats to Denard.
If you are going to talk trash like that, you have to back it up. Things I've seen this year.
Johnny Adams is better at talking shit than playing football.
William Gholston is kind of a fat kid now. He can't move laterally and his explosiveness is gone. He needs Jenny Craig.
Dantonio's fluff pieces all summer provided a huge let down for our fan base.
Our fan base kind of sucks. We chanted pussy at an injured player. That injured player then lead a game winning drive in our house.
The "competition" at WR wasn't because anyone could start, it was because nobody could start... except Burbridge.
The "competition" at OL wasn't because anyone could start, it was because nobody could start... ouch we suck.
Andrew Maxwell is basically Brian Hoyer with horse blinders on. It's as if he's being controlled by me on NCAAF after a night of drinking at 3am.
Speaking of drinking, I'm pretty sure Dan Conroy gets hammered drunk before each game. He's mentally weak.
Cousins made Roushar, not the other way around.
Feel free to add to the list of ridiculousness that is our football team. The sunshine blowers can blow me. We're a bad football team. Winners succeed in crucial moments. We have a great coach that calls some of the ballsiest plays in college football but he has failed to develope a QB and it's killed this season.