Hockey pet peeve: "when a teammate tips a puck in on you, which is exactly how my first collegiate goal against happened. Thanks, Copper."
I call upon the highly computer-savvy denizens of the Blog to assist me. I am looking for a simple (batch-processable) way to get the audio from YouTube videos converted to mp3. I can DL the flash files and convert them to other types of video with some free tools, but the resulting files are still huge and contain video when sometimes all I want is the audio. Any ideas?
This weekend I am making my first visit to A2 ever to see my first game in the big house. I'm pumped to finally have this experience. I'll be there friday evening and all of saturday. However i want to make sure i do the "must see and try" list for A2. Am i able to see Woodsons heisman? Is there a must eat at restraunt? Sorry if this post comes off as boring but alittle help from the locals would go along way in making this all it can be for my first visit.
Since we have NO IDEA who these guys are, here's a sampling from their game on Saturday. Crush 'em Blue. Make 'em shit their pants.
5 whole days until I can get my next Michigan Football fix, so I'm combing the ethereal 1s and 0s for something from the matchup last weekend that I haven't pored over 100 different times already.
I find a ND Fan parody video on YouTube and, completely out of the context of the video, I see this:
It turns out TD Jesus is really a Michigan fan when he thinks nobody is watching. If you want to see the whole video, here you go. Enjoy.