The nutty Michigan coverage isn't so much about Harbaugh as it is a signal to the Big Ten that Fox wants to party.
I know there's a ton of posts popping up tonight, and I know this is a bit of a stupid question, but this rivalry in some small way could be building to what Michigan v. tOSU was in the Bo/Woody years. I know "The Game" will always and forever be "The Game", but I can't imagine the sheer hatred the domers must feel the way the past 3 meetings have gone. Granted, this rivalry is a little watered down without recent real title implications, and also a lack of continuity in coaches for both schools, as Bo and Woody were large driving forces in the animosity. Still, I expect fury next year in South Bend. That said, combined with little bro and ohio, Michigan is easily part of 2 if not 3 of the most bitter rivalries in the country.
Iron bowls? Who cares.
Cocktail parties? Meh.
Red River? Nah.
All those brats in L.A.? Punks.
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As if this could get any better, GBW is reporting that 2013 ATH Dymonte Thomas has committed to Michigan.
And thank God he does!!!!!!!!!