here's one vote for "John Beilein's head in a Futurama jar"
I'm not sure if its because of the last few years but I just cant let myself get all crazy over this win. Dont get me wrong I had a blast watching the game saturday and was thrilled with the out come! For some reason I just cant let myself get too pumped up. Is anyone else feeling this way? Should I just say f&%k it and just be excited for every win we get and not worry about whats coming up??
I know its a bad thread but thats just the way I feel. Plus I live in Ohio so I dont really have any other Michigan fans to get a feel for how they feel.
RR says Denard may have to tie his laces if the opposition tries to take his shoes off.
MAY IT NEVER BE SO!
Denard says he may pull his velcro tighter, MAYBE.
Regarding your laces, DRob, keep 'em flappin' in the breeze, please.
The weather forecast for Saturday at Notre Dame is "Showers" but also "plenty of sun":
If it does turn out to be a rainy day, or even a wet grass field, this will presumably affect Denard's ability to cut etc (but perhaps not his straightaway speed), somewhat neutralizing our best weapon. Anyone else with more expertise than I have thoughts on this?
He's back with this new video. Hopefully he makes another pre-Michigan video. Here is the video he made for Purdue.
Here is the video he made before last year's Michigan/Notre Dame game.
After the loss he dissapeared for a while and then came back with a bunch of videos accusing Michigan of bribing the referees.
This guy is such a train wreck it's almost sad. Check out his channel below for more hilarity.
As I was watching the game on Saturday, I couldn't help but notice how it seemed a lot of our guys got dinged up (the ones I remember are Carvin, Jonas, and D-Rob, but it felt like more), and not a lot of their guys did (there was one toward the end of the game that I remember).
I'm not bashing Barwis at all with this, he's obviously done a terrific job of getting our guys in elite shape, but I remember him saying that a big part of his program is about injury prevention. Can these injuries be pegged on him? Or are they more attributable to the fact that injuries just happen as a result of bad luck/some guys being more prone to injury? Maybe someone with more time on their hands could put together a diary comparing injuries at various programs over the past few years to see if the Barwis Effect is helping us.