Petway nails threes to death metal. Seriously.
Just strolling (not trolling) through some UCONN blogs and came across the following
Q: Wondering if it would be wise to have a couple practices down at the Rent with the PA system screaming loud. That way the offense can get used to hearing calls while 100,000+ fans are trying to distract them. - Weyuo, CT
A: I'm sure they'll be prepared for crowd noise but my understanding is they'll be playing in front of more of a, well, wine and cheese crowd from what I understand. For such a big place it's pretty quiet on gameday. Either way I'm almost sure they'll prepare for what it could be.
Wine and cheese type crowd? Really? This is bulletin board material for us fans!
I was at the DEC meeting today where David Brandon spoke. Both he and Brandy for some reason repeatedly referred to MIchigan State as that school in East Lansing, or otherwise refused to use the school's name. They both had no problem referring to any other school by name. It was clear that they thought it was amusing to do this, but isn't this giving the Michigan State University Spartans too much credit? At best they are only number three on the rivalry list (at least when it comes to football): 1) OSU, 2) Notre Dame, 3)MSU?
Michigan State, MSU, Spartans . . . . .
Hmmm . . . nope no deatheaters have appeared.
I don't know if this has been posted but a fun challenge for college football buffs -- name that stadium:
Will not be able to view the Michigan UConn game live. Desperately want to avoid hearing the outcome before I can watch it the next day(s). Again, what are the sites that play the re-play of Michigan games? And do the sites post the scores where you download the games?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Quote today from our athletic director at the Detroit Econ. Club. This was gleaned from the paper that shall not be named. You can visit if you like. There are other quotes but this one is the best. It concerns how many wins RR needs to stay on.
“This crap about what’s the record got to be? It reduces those decisions to something so simplistic, it’s almost insulting. When you’re the director of athletics, and you’re looking at any program, not just football, any of our 27 sports, you have to look at the coach. You look at how we’re recruiting, who we’re recruiting, the information how we’re doing academically, get information about how we’re behaving ourselves in terms of our behavior and community service. You get a variety of inputs to measure the health of that program and the leadership that program is receiving and, based on a variety of inputs, you make decisions. That’s what I do and anybody in my job does. But it isn’t this, ‘If you’re 7-5 … .’ That’s nonsense.”