"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
Pretty cool listen....I wore 21 sounds like a good buy...http://www.wgo2.com/goblue.mp3
As posted before the location of ESPN College Gameday has varied each time they come to Ann Arbor. After the opening of parking lots was announced to be noon for the Notre Dame game I called to complain that there is less time to park than a 330p game. After seeing that LSU, Alabama, Virginia Tech, etc all allow parking starting at times early in the morning (from 4-7a) I realized that the atmosphere for Gameday would be awful if it was around the stadium if Gameday was located there. I got a call back from one of the people at Athletic Parking he mentioned that it is extremely likely (over 95%) that Gameday will be on campus in the Diag.
I still wish the lots would open earlier; however, having Gameday in the Diag should make the crowds there a lot better than in one of the other previous locations.
For those desperate for football, with a little U of M twist. Haven't seen him do much yet, but they did ID him on the screen. I know he's on the radar as possible recruit.
Nice little write up. Good luck to Mike!
Didn't see this posted yet so here it is.
With this incident happening so close to the season, it will almost certainly have an effect on the Tiger's game verses Oregon. Especially since it involves multiple starters, including Jordan Jefferson.
Will Miles do the right things and suspend all these kids or will he continue his reputation as a less than reputable head coach?
Here's the link: