to play football, not to play trumpet
I'm wondering what the mgocommunity thinks of the view from various parts of the big house. I've only been able to go to a few games, but the views have all been great. I'm of the opinion that there literally isn't a bad seat in the house. Even seats that are high up give surprisingly good views.
I'm making this post because I might be seeing a game this year in row 80 endzone seats. Would I really be able to see plays on both sides of the field? I've never had endzone seats before.
Extra question to keep things interesting: do you prefer seats that are either
A) low to the field, giving a great up close view of some of the plays and players,
B) high up, giving a solid view of all of the action
Ok MgoBloggers, let's get a little pre-season talk going here. Which offensive lines since 1997 have been the best OL's Michigan has had. Let's try to rank them.
You can find it here
Says it seems that Denard is faster and likes him under center, very comfortable...Gardner extremely comfortable
Defense seemed to be in position, aggressive, flying to the ball
Hoke great fit for Michigan
Rich Rod wasn't a good fit
in today's Omaha World-Herald
As well as an article focusing on the importance of Ohio as the key B1G recruiting state.