Just sharing some pictures I had from this weekend. I went to the game and had good seats, row 19 on the 32 yard line. I also went on an Alumni Association tour on Sunday, lots of the same things that other people have posted, got to see the $$ seats, and also got a little preseentation on the history of the Big House. Also got to tour the locker room, and the best part of the tour was the chance to run out of the tunnel and play around on the field of the big house.
Band Getting Started
The B-25 Flyover... he was LOW
He came around for another pass... again, LOW
Brock Touches the Banner
The Team touches the Banner
The A-10 Warthogs weren't as low, but were sweet
Good view from the seats (Pics at the game were all taken on my Droid, this is with the Droid Zoomed in)
Locker room, didn't smell bad for it being like 20 hours postgame
Tom Harmon's Heisman, on display on the Club Seat Level
Played a little catch on the field after the tour.
Outstanding weekend all around. Go Blue
Saw Carvin Johnson and Richard Ash walking along South U. yesterday (heading east; right in front of the president's house).
Ash was easily identifiable (was wearing a #54 shirt). Carvin was a bit more difficult; face looked exactly like him, and his general build matched.
Anyway, the point of this post was in the subject line: Carvin was in a full leg brace, and was on crutches. I don't think this is cause for great concern or anything - as a precautionary measure it matches with what we know of his injury.
Still, I thought I'd pass it along.
Everybody's favorite whipping boy Pat Caputo, tells Michigan fans to enjoy one of the greatest performances in Michigan football history, and if you can't your'e a "jackass". Go Pat Go.
Caller Mousa from Dearborn Heights was doing his best Ultimate Quizmaster impersonation, trying to be the voice of reason and clarity, in the midst of fan ecstasy over an epic once in a lifetime debut.
Pat Caputo has transformed himself from hapless idiot to a true sage of the football world IMHO.
This thread is for blueblueblue, who apparently loves these type threads.
I've been slowly watching the replay of the game (I was at it) and have noticed that almost every kickoff or punt was some sort of squib. Additionally, Stonum returned the opening kickoff of the Beanie Bowl for a TD. So question for the MGoCommunity, are our special team coverage units that bad that we can't even perform a normal kick?
Ive got Boise St. 27-21. What do you guys think it'll turn out to be?
You can vote for Denard for ESPN player of the week.
Text Vote to 345345, I then had to text "ok", and then i could finally vote.
B) K. Hunter-OKL
C) A. Luck-STA
D) D. Murry-OKLA
I hope the success doesn't go to his head!!