spoiler alert: i linked this
Burgeoning Wolverine Star has a couple of new picture pages that are well worth checking out. The first is on Kenny Demens figuring out how to defend the jet sweep versus EMU:
and the second is about pulling linemen on the QB stretch play.:
Both are well worth reading. Take away points:
- Kenny Demens may make mistakes, but he corrects them. HOORAY!
- We should zone block more.
Someone with creative skills please, please, please create an Mgoshirt with Al's mug on it that just says 'Gorgeous' below the pic.
I would buy 9 of them and create a softball team so I had a place to distribute and stare at awe at said shirts.
In my attempt to determine if I would be getting the Michigan game at home, I stumbled upon the BTN GameFinder. If you don't already know about it, It seems like a great resource. Just plug in your zip code and your TV service provider, and they'll show you what's available.
Thankfully, we only have Iowa to compete with this weekend, so I would imagine that most people who have BTN as part of their cable package will get the good game. I live in Cleveland and have TWC, and will have the Michigan game on the primary BTN channel (which is good, because I'm pretty sure I don't get the other channel).
At any rate, here's the link to the BTN GameFinder, hopefully you'll get the game in your area:
*Fair warning - Long, feel free to move onto the next thread if this doesn't interest you.
Here's an e-mail I sent to BTN2Go support yesterday.
You can watch games through BTN2Go if you have Big Ten Network through one of the Cable or Satellite provider listed here Dish Network, DirecTV, Charter or Time Warner. If you are not subscribed to any of these services you cannot access BTN2Go in any other way.
If you wish to subscribe to the services of the Big Ten you can go here http://video.btn.com/allaccess/ to purchase a subscription through CBS Sports.
If you have any more questions please let us know.
Interesting article on Craig Roh's tear-down and build up over camp and into this season on MLive.
MGoVideo is back online after some downtime last night. Like everything else, it's probably John Navarre's fault.