CommonCensus provides statistics on all sorts of totally irrelevant stuff, but one of their interesting ones is density of fans for NFL, MLB, NHL, and NCAAF.
The NCAAF (this link provides maginfiying capabilities at the original site):
Interesting to see the break down of the state of Michigan. It should at least offer some of you who like to bitch about MSU. If you open the image, it gets much bigger. Indiana is all sorts of colors, which seems pretty crazy, too.
Ogemaw Heights v. Bangor Township John Glenn (my old high school).
Glenn runs an old-school t-backfield, 90% run, and usually wins 7 to 9 games. They'll try and lay 2 guys on him every play on offense no question. This is probably one of the hardest games on Ogemaw's schedule. Hard to say until the season shakes out.
Biggest potential U of M recruit to step on that field since Tyrone Wheatley in 1989. Wheatley famously ran down our fastest back on a breakaway with a 20-yard head start.
I'll email everything I observe to Brian and let him and the moderators figure out if any of it has value. I am pretty fired up.
The reason for posting (besides being sort of a little too excited) is I am way short of an expert on line play. If you all want me to watch for particular things, let me know.
Also if anyone is in the Bay City area and wants to take in a couple quarters, let me know here or on facebook.
Does anyone know anything about Baylor's QB, Robert Griffin? ESPN,com just dropped this gem:
Fast quarterbacks are all the rage. There's Taylor Martinez at Nebraska and the maize and blue blur that is Denard Robinson, but Baylor's Robert Griffin likely has a step on all of them. He'll need it to run past TCU's defense.
I find it hard to believe that a 6-2, 220 pounder has a step on Denard. But my ignorance is bliss.
When and where is the best place to pick up tickets for the game tomorrow? and should i expect to pay full price since its Umass? Any info would be great. thx
Alright, I was inspired last night to create a little MgoArt. Rumor is that UMass has been working on a new approach to keep up with Denard.