I was planning on taking the shuttle to/from stadium from the Kensington Court at Briarwood mall. My wife will be spending some big money at the mall during game time.
What is the usual transit time from shuttle pick up sites to the stadium?
Any additional recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
For those of you who were at Kinnick last year, you were unfortunately subjected to this f*cking song over and over. It was explained to me that Penn State used the song during the UI/PSU game so they decided to use it (hogwash and it would not make it right if that was the case), regardless, I thought that tragic experience was behind me. HOWEVER, I live in the Iowa City area with two daughters that listen to the local pop stations and that song has resurfaced from the dead for repeated play this week. I thought the first time was an anomaly, but it has snowballed as the week has progressed, punishing me as I am driving my kids to their various activities.
Enough of my bitching. When I hear that song and I think of the association to that Iowa game, I get a feelin' that I want to plunge a phillips head screwdriver into my right ear to end the pain. What you feelin' does the MGoBlog get?
CONGRATULATIONS! You have been selected to receive a complimentary FanVision unit to enhance your football experience. Michigan Athletics and FanVision have partnered to bring this new and unique experience to Michigan Stadium. The FanVision handheld device allows you to watch close-up views and replays of the action on the field. You will find information about how to use your device by clicking here. Please bring your FanVision handheld device to Michigan’s home games to take advantage of this enhanced experience. GO BLUE!!Then a follow-up email saying they will email it to the address on file. I can't tell if it's a scam, or I should feel lucky. If the link doesn't work, it's this thing, whatever the hell it is: http://www.fanvision.com/files/NFL_StartGuide_4_v9.pdf
Here is my favorite quote so far in this whole expansion fiasco:
"We could be a top-10 team next season," athletic director Mark Hollis said Wednesday, "and start Big Ten play 0-4."
So I have been following this blog for about two years now, but rarely make posts on the board. I enjoy this blog very much, and check it just about every day. I grew up near Cincinnati my whole life, and currently live in Nebraska, where I am in the military. I made the eleven hour drive home to Cincinnati last night, because my cousin was killed Afghanistan last Saturday. I will be missing the UCONN game Saturday, as that will be the day that we will be burying my cousin. Although I am from Ohio and have never lived in Michigan, I love my Wolverines just as much as the next Michigan fan, and still consider myself a Michigan Man. Just remember on Saturday that this is just a game, and lets be thankful that we have the freedom to watch our beloved Wolverines on Saturdays. If you know one or see a soldier, sailor, airman, or marine, take the time out to quickly thank them for what they do. God Bless this country, and GO BLUE!!!