"I love it that Ivy League coaches are coming to our camp and Big Ten coaches are coming to our camp. South Florida is coming. We've got about 70 schools that are coming to our camp."
Attention. Captain Alvin Mercer leaves for a honeymoon in Tokyo at oh-nine hundred hours. Any nurse wishing to be the bride please contact the captain. No experience necessary
--M.A.S.H. 4077 PA announcer
With Major Cook honeymooning in Seoul, your friendly officers Misopogeye Pierce, RadarVH, and Trapper Tim will be getting a bit more liberal with the Bump buttons.
With that in mind, I'd like your help in generating a list of topics you'd like to see covered over the next few weeks. If you've got an idea you want help developing, we can help with that. Otherwise let us know what you'd love to read...I'll publish what we come up with on the main page and see if we get any takers.
Good and Bad Examples:
- Do early commits work out better than late ones?
- Which recruiting site has been the most accurate with M players over X years?
- What happens in the event that figure 'A' is attracted to figure 'B' and wants to get married, but figure 'A' is already married to figure 'C' and figure 'B' is engaged to figure 'D', but figure 'A' can't keep his hands of figure 'B' because she's got such agreat figure?
A preview of what is to come in October, when we reestablish our reign of terror against sparty.
Recording it - expect it on mgovideo.com and the usual tubes.
Also...it's in HD! I've been looking for this particular game in HD, for quite some time.
*Edit - Now up on YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfTJzGrw47w
Original broadcast available on MGoVideo - http://mgovideo.com/downloads.php?page=torrent-details&id=f610b2af2a24335a57ac82f8adecc20054ba1b41
The beginning of my new screenplay [Ed-M: ...that's not a screenplay]. I hope you enjoy!
[Ed-M: Bump'ed like Elliott]
Brian got me thinking about who deserves to be in a Michigan ring of honor, so I did the only thing I know: Dump a bunch of data into a spreadsheet and rank them arbitrarily. I gave a point for being the College Hall of Fame, Michigan's Hall of Honor, Michigan retiring their number, points equal to the number of years being an All American, being in the top four in the Heisman (another 2 for winning it), and up to a point for winning other post-season awards. One could include other considerations, such as championships, captaincy, or being President of the United States.
The table below presents the data, sorted first by points and then year.
I would think anyone Chappuis and above deserves to be in.
I included only some 2-point guys of interest in the table below, most of whom aren't in Michigan's Hall of Honor or the Hall of Fame.
Coaches aren't included, except Kipke who is there because of his playing, though I don't know how much of his playing versus coaching got him in the Hall of Fame.
Why is Benbrook not in Michigan's Hall of Honor?
Obviously newer guys benefit from the various awards now available. The Heisman was first awarded in 1935. I would think Heston could have won it.
In 1939 Harmon finished 2nd in the Heisman voting to Nile Kinnick before winning it in 1940.
The All of American data are a bit surprising. Gerald Ford isn't listed. I had thought Carter was a three-year All American. There may be other surprises. I used a list from the NCAA (data source below), which made it easy, but the list may be flawed.
|Tom Harmon||37-40||y||y||y||2||2nd, 1st||Maxwell|
|Desmond Howard||89-92||y||y||1||1st||Maxwell, Camp, Nagurski, Bednarik|
|Charles Woodson||95-97||1||1st||Camp, Thorpe|
|Bob Chappuis||42, 46-47||y||y||1||2nd|
|Adolph Schulz||04-05, 07-08||y||y||1|
|LaMarr Woodley||03-06||1||Lombardi, Hendricks|
I will start this by saying I apologize for any formatting issues, as this is my first diary on Mgoblog.
|Team||Total Commits||5 Stars||4 Stars||3 Stars||2 Stars||Not Ranked||Percentage of 4-5 Stars|
|Team||Total Commits||5 Stars||4 Stars||3 Stars||2 Stars||Not Ranked||%age of 4-5 Stars|