FWIW. Michigan doesn't seem inclined to get re-involved.
I'm re-watching the game, here are the 11 Kicking Team members (don't have roster in front of me so sorry if any spelling errors)
Holder - 26 Dileo
Kicker - 34 Gibbons
Left Flank - 44 Moundros
LT - 74 Ferrera
LG - 57 - Mealer
G - 73 Campbell
LS - 91 Pimarico
RG - 76 Washington
G - 72 Huyge
RT - 75 Shofeld
Right Flank - 86 Koger
I don't know how long the UM/Notre Dame love will be up, but if it changes, this was the main story...
let the hype build...
I'm not sure if you guys have seen this, but if you haven't....prepare to laugh your asses off.
Here it is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQyI2jrtJqA
EDIT: My friend was in the club seats that have the glass in front of them (probably why the noise level was a lot less). Also, their other seats are on the 40 yard line row 20. It is noticeably louder the lower you go in any stadium (including M) and the difference between row 20 and even the top row of the stadium (row 99?) is significant (for noise and visual).
So, I talked to a friend that has club seats on the east side. Here are the bullet points.
Very comfortable and will be great when it's cold and rainy outside
TV screens are good (no sound) but hard to see when the sun shines
Scoreboards are hard to see
Can't hear the band at all unless the mics are on (Couldn't hear UConn band at all)
Most folks were standing and cheering in the club seats but you are so high there is little crowd noise that you can hear
Need to wear a hat (even though you are inside) because the sun shines in through the glass
You are a looooong way from the field
Even the people in the club seats were complaining that they could not bring in bottled water -- hilarious considering what they paid for the seats!
"Well, 113,090 - wasn't that strong of a boo. Gotta tell ya. I've heard worse. In this neighborhood as a matter of fact."
- After the refs blew a kickoff dead because they thought a TV timeout wasn't over