fair point that
I happen to work for a large company, and a co-worker sent out the following email:
In preparation for “THE GAME” this weekend, I wanted to share an update to a free Windows Phone 7 app I have written that you might enjoy: More than Cowbell.
You can enable ‘Michigan Mode’ and use the app to play the ‘Go Blue!’ cowbell chant. Make sure to pin the Cowbell to your start screen to show even more school spirit.
You can install the current version of the app for free (no ads) from the marketplace here:
I have submitted the updated version with Michigan Mode and hope it will be available before Saturday.
So those of you with Windows7 Phones, I know you've got a fever. Here's the only cure.
I know it's Ohio week and Nebraska is in the rearview mirror, but after re-watching the every snap videos, I'm once again very impressed by the class of the Nebraska team. I can't recall any other team in the last few years we've played that so frequently helped our players off the ground after a tackle, acknowledged our good plays, and generally carried themselves in a way that the B1G should be proud off. When our players ran out of bounds on the Nebraska sideline, they would get a tap on the helmet from one of the Nebraska coaches. It's especially impressive in a game in which I'm sure the entire team was very frustrated. I've had the same experience with Nebraska fans I've met. After the MSU game, it was quite a breath of fresh air. Thanks, Huskers, for doing it the right way. I look forward to a long and competitve rivalry.
Weather looks fairly mild for Saturday at this point. (Ignore the "Snowy Weather Arrives" text... it's only an ad.)
Apologies if this has been dicussed earlier in the year, but when I was a student, whenever Michigan got a TD, a bunch of M kids would run around the stadium with flags spelling out "MICHIGAN," and the guy/girl with the "M" flag would wave it in the end zone a few times.
I attended UTL and didn't see that happen, and haven't noticed it being done on TV either. I attended games under Carr and Rodriguez and remember that tradition staying intact.
Anyone know what happened to that?