Alright, I know everybody's discussed the Rufus v. Brutus thing ad nauseum, but I just read through the Page 2 Q&A about that, and saw the link for the Oregon Duck's fight. I posted this as a comment in the mascot fight thread from today, but I thought it was just too good to leave buried down there. If this is too OT, feel free to delete, but hopefully you all can get a good laugh.
I just love how the duck taunts him as he is beating him up. And the cheerleaders don't really know what to do.
The talk of Lane Kiffin going for two got me thinking...
We've already missed one PAT on a bad snap, and I could see it possibly happening at least one or two more times on the season. However, that's not the main reason I think Michigan should go for two after every touchdown. It seems like with Denard running the offense, we would have a really high success rate at 2pt conversions (I think it would be higher than 50% at least, which would make it statistically a good decision to go for two).
The media was making a big deal about all the Florida Gators getting arrested during Urban Meyer coaching span... Why because they are a top teir program. Why hasnt the media attacked MSU? but we get the attention for going over in practice time for stretching.
What are the total # of arrests under Dantonio? i know florida was 30 right?
Whos winning the criminal battle MSU or UF?
Looks like Jewel Hampton is out for the season again, after missing last year with a knee injury.
According to the Freep, RichRod has been working out with Barwis since the spring. After the health issues of Meyer and Dantonio, it's good that he's been working to improve his own health.
Rodriguez, 47, said he sleeps five hours a night if he's fortunate, no more than in a three-hour stretch, because of the constant thoughts about his program.
So how does he keep up his health?
Mostly through his own workouts, five days a week in the early morning on a StairMaster at Schembechler Hall. In the spring, he began lifting weights with U-M strength coach Mike Barwis and said he feels better now than he has in a long time.
So, yeah, it's time to come clean-- I felt a little bad after everyone started applauding my watercolor skills. In truth, it's all Photoshop. This piece was created in about fifteen minutes during a Pattern Stamp tutorial; in truth I hated Watercolor class back in school and haven't done one since.
Thought y'all might enjoy it, and if nothing else it displays the power of Photoshop perhaps in ways some of you didn't know was possible. Granted, Shredder, yes-- I know it's not as awesome as MS Paint, but that's another story...
Also, a quick apology to Brian if I actually misled him into believing that I was sending him a painting...