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Watch Brennan make a huge catch with 4 seconds left to send his team to Ford Field.
Where y'all at?
I'm proud to say I stayed till the goddamn end.
As the clock ticked down to zero and fans headed in mass droves for the exits, not to return again till next year, I couldn't leave.
A friend and I took pictures till we were blue in the face. We went all the way down to the front row and took some more, chilling and mingling with the other seniors. Then went for a farewell lap around the Big house....
We also stayed and listened to the alma mater and watched the band seniors give a farewell performance of their own. By the time we left, the place was all but empty. A tear may have come to my eye...
I honestly don't know if and when I'll be able to return for a football game again (I'm applying like a fiend for jobs and it looks like I may get one that takes me overseas). Walking up the stairs to the exit, one final time, was emotionally crippling.
What about you guys? Did you tailgate extra hard? Make it to the game at all? Scream your lungs out? Cuss out Bret Bielma? Give Montee Ball the nickname "Sweaty"? I know I did all that.
Wojo provides some sound perspective on UM football and RR right now.
Arkansas vs Mississippi is on ESPN. Baylor/Oklahoma coming up on the deuce. Three other games on ESPN3 of no import.
Army vs Notre Dame at the football field that can fit it is on NBC. Tom Hammond may have a new profile photo to replace the previous one:
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I wanted to see what the board thought after the fact about those onside kicks. Maybe its just the homer in me, but I thought we had at least a 50/50 chance at getting to both of those balls. I know I've seen a several posts about onside kicks in the past weeks, given that we actually tried it and it looked decent, I wanted to hear some opinions on it. Are there desenting views that didn't like the call? Can we expect one or two against OSU if we are down in the 2nd half?