that is nice bonus change
From UMass blog, http://umass74.blogspot.com/
"I know he's going to be there, he's staying there, he's not going anywhere. I can see that already within the team,'' said Graham, who was a first-round draft pick by Philadelphia this season. "I don't see Coach Rod leaving. They're taking it one game at a time and lot of people are going to have a different perspective when they talk about Michigan.''
Nothing groundbreaking, but really nice to see a former star speaking so definitively on Coach Rod's future. Graham still is and always will be one of my favorite Wolverines. I might have to head down to Ford Field this Sunday just to watch him play.
He also talks about his thoughts on how Denard has improved.
Edit: My work tends to block embedded videos. If a commenter could please let me know if it worked.
Edit edit: Thanks. I'm gonna be lame and just supply a link. Feel free to embed if you're of a mind.
ESPN under their sidebar of "Heisman Watch" has a little blurb about Denard (surprise!) whic is followed by this line: "Welcome to Mr. Robinson's neighborhood." For those of you who didn't watch SNL from Eddie Murphy's tenure, this isn't as funny. I'm not saying they meant for the reference, but it is humorous:
I know these kinds of questions are asked all the time, but I really want to watch the Michigan game live on Saturday and need some help doing so.
I live in the Eugene/Corvallis, OR area. I have Comcast. I have BTN (only $5.99/month!).
BUT I don't have the alternate channels. Now the BTN Gamefinder says I will be getting the Michigan game on my primary BTN channel. However, when I look at the Comcast guide it says I will be getting Ohio State (which seems more likely because of the high ranking and non-1AA opponent).
So my next obvious move is to go to a bar right? Well the only problem is that Michigan kicks off at 9am out here, leaving very few if any options that are both open that early and would have the game.
So what can I do? Is there a way I will be able to watch it online? What are torrents? Seriously, I always hear this torrent thing but have no clue what it is. Can you watch games on torrents live as they are happening? I don't care about watching a game on my computer, as long as I get to watch it.
Anyways, I appreciate any help I can get here. I apologize again for this thread, but I can't be the only one in this situation, so hopefully it will help some others out as well.
EDIT: After some very helpful comments from you guys I was able to track down some bars in both Eugene and Corvallis that open early on Saturdays and will probably carry the game. Sam's Place in Eugene as suggested below opens at 9am and will carry the game. Villard's near campus opens at 8am. In Corvallis, Tommy's 4th Street and the Peacock Bar and Grill both open early and will more than likely have the game. Thanks for all your MGoHelp!
im guessing he wanted to get closer to home. Entire article is subscriber only also.
Above is a link to the Week 3 Big Ten predictions. In the game of the week (MSU-ND) they reference ND beating UConn this season not once, not twice, but three times after they talked about Purdue earlier in the breakdown. I guess someone needs a 5 Hour Energy!
Also, at this link you can see the Mich-UMass prediction. 41-13 Michigan. No big errors there from what I saw.