well that's just, like, your opinion, man
Looks like the weather calls for 25-40mph winds on Saturday. My Sparty friend thinks that favors us, I have to agree. I take our running game vs theirs.
Do you agree?
my work is doing a michigan/michigan state tailgate party on friday and i have been asked to come up with an activity that the entire staff can do. I'm going to do multiple choice triva questions, 5 for michigan and 5 for michigan state that pertain to past michigan/michigan state games only going back as far as 1990.
my problem is i can only think of 3 good questions to ask and i need at least 10.
so what i need help with is some questions to put on the hand out. so if any of you are willing to help please post your question and answer and i'll take the top 10. please remember i need michigan state questions also.
As you may have heard, the licensing agent of Big Ten video (who deleted mgoblog's YouTube account) is in my base deleting my videoz and sending letters to Michigan Stadium. Someone on our board posted:
Knew this day was coming as soon as I saw this site linked from Mlive. We fly under the radar no more.
For now, I'm hosting every snap directly from mgovideo and still trying to find the sweet spot of video quality/playability. These are 480p:
We ain't goin' out like that.
I find this absolutely unbelievable. So the NCAA will go after a few hundred extra dollars in unearned pay, but paying the legal fees involved is somehow ok. Even if you work for a Company that is paying you a salary, legal fees generally don't get covered if you were doing something corrupt.
Please don't make M pay for this on Saturday.
(Previously on The Michael Schofield Trilogy - http://mgoblog.com/content/picture-pages-denard-tacopants-int, http://mgoblog.com/mgoboard/moving-picture-pages-denard-tacopants-int)
Here's Part II of the trilogy. This time Schofield sees the blitzer and saves the day, which I wasn't expecting to see until the third movie. The second movie is where it looks like the bad guy is going to win, isn't it?
Setup: Michigan has the ball fourth-and-one at their own 42 shortly after stopping Northwestern on their own fourth-and-one attempt. Michigan lines up in the shotgun with a slot and WR left and two TEs right. Smith is the RB. Northwestern plays 4-3 even with a linebacker (loosely) over the slot receiver, the CB on the line against the two TEs, and one safety rolled into the box.
Wha'hoppon: Schofield pulls on the QB Power to the right. The two TEs double the playside DE, and the RT and RG double the playside DT. The SLB comes hard for the gap between them, but this time Schofield sees him and stands him up so he can't blow up the play. Smith kicks out the CB, and the safety can't come up in time as Denard easily converts the fourth down. Michigan would go on to score a TD on this drive.
Original Picture Pages at http://mgoblog.com/content/picture-pages-fourth-and-fun
Full YouTube link at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXgNZxFOpbc